HEALTHY MINDS – CLARKSBURG
A comprehensive mental health center providing quality behavioral health services.
Operated by United Summit Center
- Individual Therapy (adult and child outpatient)
- Family Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Case management
- Psychiatric evaluations and medication management
- School based counseling
- Crisis Stabilization Residential Unit
- Substance Use Residential Treatment
- Group Substance Use Disorder Treatment
- Psychological Evaluations
- Day Support Program for individuals with mental illness
- Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
- IDD Waiver Program
- DUI Safety and Treatment Program
- 24-hour crisis and emergency services
Healthy Minds – Clarksburg is a comprehensive mental health center servicing six counties in north central West Virginia. Healthy Minds – Clarksburg and Chestnut Ridge Center, in coordination with WVU Medicine, work together to provide quality behavioral health service to people who have acute and chronic psychiatric disabilities, intellectual/developmental disabilities, substance abuse problems, and to people who are in crisis in an effort to assist in the achievement of their fullest potential.
Adult Crisis Line: 1-800-SUMMIT-0
Child Crisis Line: 1-844-985-4371
Main Office: 304-623-5661
The ATU is a stepdown facility which is organized, operated, and maintained to provide for the monitoring and care of patients after a psychiatric hospitalization. The ATU provides transitional care and reintegration into the community for individuals whose immediate treatment needs require a structured 24-hour residential setting that provides all required services on site.
Services provided include, but are not limited to, multi-disciplinary evaluation, medication management, individual, family and group therapy, substance abuse education/counseling, and other support services including case management and discharge planning.
Outpatient Service Locations
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Find more information at Adult Outpatient Services.
Harrison House is a grant based residential services targeted to transition participants to long term community placement. Treatment focuses on maintaining psychiatric stability while gaining independent daily living skills.
Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Services
Outpatient addiction services offer West Virginia residents opportunities to address their substance abuse and commit to treatment.
Our Intensive Outpatient Program is a six-week program consists of three-hour group therapy sessions, three times per week. These sessions are designed not only to help those suffering with substance abuse and dependence, but to learn about their addictions, the recovery process, and how addiction impacted current life circumstances. Learn more at Drug, Alcohol & Addiction Services.
Healing House provides services for adults seeking additional addiction residential treatment after the conclusion of a 28-day program. The program utilizes practice in applying recovery skills in everyday life through the continuation of treatment. Treatment includes the use of medication-assisted treatment, therapy and peer supports.
This program is designed to give students the opportunity to speak with a behavioral health professional in the familiarity of their school environment through group and individual meetings during the school day. As part of the meetings, the students will participate in various activities and discussion in order to identify emotional disturbances and challenging behaviors that interfere with their social, emotional and academic development.
Counties served: Doddridge, Harrison, Monongalia
To become enrolled in the school-based programs, call 304-623-5611 or speak to your school administrator.
Intellectual Developmental Disabilities Waiver Program
The Intellectual Developmental Disabilities Waiver (IDDW) Program provides services that instruct, train, support, supervise and assist individuals who have intellectual disabilities and/or developmental disabilities in achieving the highest level of independence and self-sufficiency possible in their lives. Services are provided to children and adults, in natural settings, homes and communities where the member resides, works, and shops.
In order to meet the needs of each individual and promote a level of self-reliance, we provide service coordination.
All reasonable effects will be made to protect the privacy of Healthy Minds – Clarksburg’s client health information, whether it is maintained on paper or electronically. Federal Law requires that all clients be provided a copy of the Healthy Minds – Clarksburg Privacy Notice. The Privacy Notice describes in detail how client health information is used and shared with others.
Every client will review and receive a copy of the Healthy Minds – Clarksburg Client Rights brochure which described in detail the various rights each client has as a consumer of Healthy Minds – Clarksburg.
Human Rights Committee
The Human Rights Committee’s role is to assist the agency in the protection of client’s rights and considering ethical and rights issues that arise in client care.
Americans with Disabilities Notice
USC does not discriminate against an individual with a disability in connection with operation of it programs and services including provision of transportation services in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Title VI Rights
USC operates its programs and services without regard to race, color or national origin in accordance with the Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes that they have been aggrieved by an unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with our agency.