Adolescent Inpatient Program
This program provides intensive inpatient care for youth ages 12-17. Younger children may be accepted under special circumstances. Services provided are guided by a master treatment plan developed by a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals. Treatment modalities include: group and peer therapy, individual and family therapy, art and activity therapy and academics (lead by certified Kanawha County School Teachers).
Child Inpatient Program
This program provides intensive inpatient care for youth ages 5-11. Younger children may be accepted under special circumstances. Services provided are guided by a master treatment plan developed by a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals. Treatment modalities include: group and peer therapy, individual and family therapy, art and activity therapy and academics (lead by certified Kanawha County School Teachers).
Adult Inpatient Program
This 18-bed intensive inpatient unit is for adults, 18 and older. Treatment services include: psychiatric assessment and diagnosis, nursing assessment and care, group psychotherapy, individual psychotherapy, family therapy, activities therapy, psychological/educational assessment, behavior management, medication education, and nutrition education. A physician leads the treatment team composed of RN's, LPN's social workers, therapists, behavioral health technicians and activities therapists. The 10-bed inpatient unit specializes in more difficult cases and is an alternative to state operated facilities.
Dual Diagnosis Substance Abuse
Sub Acute Program
Highland Hospital also accepts patients in a sub acute capacity. These patients may be admitted directly or transferred to this level of care after being stabilized. Patients who are in the sub acute program are most often awaiting another placement and cannot safely be discharged to the community in the interm. Their treatment is less intense than acute care. Patients rarely stay longer than 30 days in this program.
Adult Partial Program
To assist individuals with serious and persistent mental illness to achieve an optimal level of mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
This program serves individuals with serious illness who require intensive community services. This service is offered 4 to 5 days a week.
This program serves individuals with less severe psychiatric symptoms and can provide ongoing stabilization and maintenance. This service is offered 1 to 3 days per week.
Individuals can refer themselves or be referred by physicians, psychologists, social workers, mental health professionals, and family members.
- Symptoms need to be related to schizophrenia, bipolar disorders, schizo-affective disorder, major depression or other mood disorders.
- Medicare and/or private insurance are the primary reimbursers.
- Therapy - Individual and Group
- Psychiatric Assessments
- Activity Therapy - Walks, Games, Crafts, Computer Training, Shopping, etc...
- Master Level Therapists
- Program Director
- Registered Nurse
Ray Parsons, Community Liaison
Karen Reid, Program Director
Phone: (304) 926-6010
Advantages of using Advance Pharmacy Services:
- Locally owned and operated
- Customize all supplies
- Wide range of products including:
- Elastromeric Pumps
- CADD Pumps
- Syringe Pumps
- Pharmacist on call 24 hours per day, 7 days a week
Services delivered within 100 miles or shipped to patients home:
- Delivery Service
- Nebulizer Medication
Advance Pharmacy Services
1418 E MacCorkle Ave. SW
Charleston, WV 25303
(304) 348-1407, 8:30am-5:00pm
(304) 348-1400, After Hours
Toll Free: 1-800-377-6736
The Highland Pharmacy, located at 511 Morris Street, Charleston, West Virginia, is your full-service neighborhood pharmacy. Individual patient education on the medicine prescribed, affordable prices, and the acceptance of most insurance plans makes this pharmacy very special.
- Golden Mountaineer Discount Card Accepted
- Individual Patient Care
- Accepts Major Insurances
- Competitive Prices on Oral Meds
- Unit Dose/Bubble Packaging Available
- Delivery Available
- Mail Order Available
511 Morris St.
Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: (304) 341-0257
Fax: (304) 341-0557
Retail pharmacy is now open. It can be reached at:
1418 MacCorkle Avenue SW
Charleston, WV 25303
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Highland's EAP provides company employees guidance with work-related issues or problems at the employees' home. Issues that decease an employee's productivity such as stress, anxiety, bereavement, conflict resolution, or substance abuse, are addressed. The EAP team of psychiatrists and licensed therapists, also conduct educational workshops at the work sites. Crisis debriefings, training, and referrals to community and social agencies are also performed by this program.
Highland Behavioral Health Services, Inc.:
Confidential Services Include:
- Individual, Couple & Family Therapy
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Medication Management
- Psychological Testing and Evaluation
- Substance Abuse Counseling
- Employee Assistance Programs
Other Specialized Services Include:
- Academic Evaluations
- Adolescent/Child Problems
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Anger Management
- Anxiety/Panic Disorder
- Bipolar Disease
- Crisis Assessment/Counseling
- Marital Counseling
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
A Professional and Caring Staff Includes:
- Board Certified Psychiatrists
- Physician Assistants
- Nurse Practitioner
- Registered Nurses
- Licensed Psychologists
- Licensed Professional Counselors
- Licensed Clinical Social Workers
- Certified Addictions Counselors
- Bachelor's Level Psychometricians
- Licensed Social Workers
Life Trauma Recovery
One in nine Americans will suffer from Life Trauma. There are many ways this emotional damage can occur and cause mental pain: stress, divorce, grief, incest, rape, sexual abuse, verbal abuse, alcoholism, co-dependency, physical abuse, loss of job, physical illness, plus many others. Professional, knowledgeable and understanding physicians, therapists, nurses and counselors at Highland help get your life back on track after a setback.
Highland's Radiology Department provides diagnostic services for X-rays, EKGs and EEGs. These procedures are performed in a confidential and professional manner by a Registered Radiology Technologist. This department also employs trained and caring support staff. Outpatient services are on a scheduled basis.
The staff at Highland understands psychiatric diagnoses, which is why our devoted Community Education Department makes presentations to any group. The unknowing of what a family member is going through or the turmoil a loved one is experiencing, can be frightening. The uncertainty is what makes the experience so fearful. Psychiatric illness is just that - an illness, that is treatable. We want family members, employers, colleagues, judges, attorneys, and elected officials to have knowledge of disorders treatments available and how to access it.