Highland-Clarksburg Hospital is a private, non-profit mental health hospital dedicated to providing the best care for persons with behavioral and mental health disorders. Contact us at 304.969.3100 for more information, or toll free at 1.855.432.4042.
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital, Inc. (HCHI) is a private, non-profit psychiatric hospital located in Clarksburg, WV. Highland-Clarksburg serves the needs of residents in North Central West Virginia, as well as the rest of the state. HCHI opened the doors to patients on August 19, 2013, and has been on a steady path of serving a growing population of patients. Today, HCHI operates between 75 and 85% of the licensed capacity of 115 beds. While located in the central part of WV, patients from all 55 of West Virginia’s counties, as well as surrounding states, have been served.
HCHI’s philosophy is very simple — patient care is our number one focus. The goal is to provide quality, comprehensive, psychiatric services that encourage maximum patient and family involvement and a move toward community integration. As a non-profit, our shareholders ARE our employees, as they are the ones who deliver patient care and the community we serve.
Highland-Clarksburg has a dedicated staff of doctors, nurses, therapists and support staff whose commitment is providing the best possible patient care in a safe and caring environment. All of the staff, whether clinical or support, share the same goals.
HCHI is embarking on a significant expansion which is based on a simple message received from our community… “Help us with the drug addiction problem and treatment.” To that end, our services will be expanding in 2018 by adding 38 beds for substance abuse treatment (for adolescents and adults) and 20 beds for forensics, totaling 58 additional beds. This will bring the licensed capacity to 173, a 50% increase. Also, an 8,000 square foot gymnasium, as well as additional outdoor space for patients, will be added. We expect the construction to be complete during the 3rd quarter of 2018 and the new units opened later that year.
HCHI looks forward to tomorrow’s challenges and embraces them as opportunities because…
Observation of Mental Health Month began in 1949 and was started by Mental Health America. Mental Health Month is essential because health doesn’t stop at
Clarksburg, WV — Since 1991, April has been designated as National Volunteer Month. Highland-Clarksburg Hospital (HCHI) would like to celebrate National Volunteer Month by thanking
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital (HCHI) is preparing several activities to highlight Child Abuse Prevention Month in April. HCHI will kick off the month with a flag raising
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital awarded Hospital
Accreditation from the Joint Commission
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital announced it has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Hospital Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. The Joint Commission generally reviews a Hospital’s accreditation on a tri-annual basis. Highland-Clarksburg’s original accreditation was October 2013.
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Highland-Clarksburg Hospital is an equal opportunity provider and employer.