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Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center inspires and nurtures human potential in our community through service, advocacy, and education.

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Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center inspires and nurtures human potential in our community through service, advocacy, and education.


Since 1968, Southern Highlands has been a part of your community by offering quality mental health, addiction, and I/DD services. Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center is “People Helping People”. We are dedicated to helping you in a confidential, professional manner with our credentialed staff.

Southern Highlands provides a broad range of services from general outpatient services for children and adults to specialized services for more intensive care. Southern Highlands offers a variety of addictions services including outpatient, detoxification, long term residential treatment for men, and DUI classes. This continuum of care allows our experienced staff to offer the very best treatment within a fully integrated system developed to meet the individual needs of each client. Southern Highlands also provides the full continuum of care with the Medicaid I/DD Waiver Program.

Services are provided, in part, by funding from the Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau of Behavioral Health and Health Facilities. All insurances accepted. Southern Highlands provides services equally, without regard to race, color, or national origin.

Southern Highlands has been offering quality substance use disorder services for over half a century!

Mercer County James A. Baker Treatment Center   304-431-2869

24-hour inpatient crisis unit for females & males. Services include: substance detox, mental health stabilization, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, counseling and referral to the next level of care.

McDowell County HOPE Rehabilitation Center   304-431-1424

24-hour inpatient unit for females & males. Services include: substance detox, mental health treatment, psychiatric evaluation, medication management, counseling, some medical treatment and referral to the next level of care.

LEGENDS  304-425-9489

Short-term, residential substance use treatment center for males.Services include: group & individual counseling, case management, life-skills training, relapse prevention and peer recovery support.

WAVES  304-800-4847

Short-term, residential substance use treatment center for females. Services include: group & individual counseling, case management, life-skills training, relapse prevention and peer recovery support. Accepts pregnant women up to 24 weeks.

INSPIRES  304-818-2222 ext.1278

Long-term, residential substance use treatment center for females & males. Services include: group & individual counseling, case management, life-skills training, relapse prevention and peer recovery support.

OBMAT Office Based Medication Assisted Treatment

A “whole person” approach to substance use treatment to assist in maintaining recovery while learning how to live a recovery-oriented lifestyle. Services include: medication management, group & individual therapy and peer recovery support.
Suboxone Program - 304-425-9541 ext. 1277 Vivitrol Program - 304-425-9541 ext. 1525

 

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Title VI Notice: Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. To find out more about our nondiscrimination obligations, to file a complaint, or to request this information in another language please contact us at (304)425-9541.
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