WVU Medicine offers treatment of mental health illness and addiction for adults, adolescents, and children. Our programs provide a continuum of care through outpatient, partial hospitalization, inpatient, and residential treatment services.

Patients care is tailored to each individual’s needs. Quality of care is ensured by the staff’s professional skills and expertise in treatment, teaching, and research. The multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, rehabilitation therapists, mental health specialists, dietitians, and educators provide comprehensive care. Art, recreation, and experiential therapy are incorporated into the treatment programs.

Adult Addictions/Dual Disorders Inpatient Unit

Adult Mental Health Services

Assertive Community Treatment

Center for Hope and Healing

Child and Adolescent Services

Comprehensive Opioid Addiction Treatment (COAT)

Forensic Psychiatry

Geriatric Psychiatry

Healthy Minds Center

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)


Outpatient Programs

Partial Hospitalization

United Summit Center

For more information or to schedule an appointment,
call 855-WVU-CARE (855-988-2273).

Serving West Virginians with substance use disorders, The WVU Medicine Center for Hope & Healing provides a blend of individual care and group therapy mixed with psychiatric/medication care and social services in a caring and judgment-free environment. The Center offers specialized programming for recent overdose survivors. Learn more from Stephanie’s story.

The WVU Medicine Center for Hope & Healing

WVU Medicine and the WVU Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry already offer comprehensive outpatient services for people with substance use disorders, and the addition of withdrawal management and 28-day rehabilitation completes the in-house continuum of care for these disorders.

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“We see many patients who are struggling mightily. But through the efforts of our institution’s leadership, faculty and staff, and the people of our state, we have an opportunity to turn the tide on suffering. I’m confident we will.”

James Berry, DO

Interim Chair, Department of Behavior Medicine and Psychiatry, WVU Medicine