CRISIS SERVICES

CRISIS SERVICES

Seneca Health Services provides compassionate and caring Community Engagement Coordinators who are familiar with the warning signs of a variety of behavioral  health challenges and can provide prevention assistance for those who are struggling with suicidal ideations or severe substance use disorders.

At Seneca Health Services, we offer crisis assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year to assist and support individuals, arrange and coordinate treatment services, assist with ensuring basic needs are met, encourage the use of natural supports and provide linkage to a variety of community support systems. Our highly-trained behavioral health professionals are passionate about the people they are helping find the life they want to live.

Stress, anxiety and emotional difficulties cast a shadow on everyday life. Our crisis services can assist in coping with major problems that you or a loved one may be experiencing such as:

ANXIETY

BIPOLAR DISORDER

DEPRESSION

MOOD DISORDERS

SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS

DIFFICULTIES RAISING CHILDREN

BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN

GRIEF OVER LOSS OF A LOVED ONE

JOB STRESS OR LOSS OF WORK

EMOTIONAL DIFFICULTIES RELATED TO LEGAL OR FINANCIAL PROBLEMS

DIFFICULTIES DEALING WITH A LOVED ONE WHO HAS A SUBSTANCE ABUSE DISORDER

Seneca Health Services will listen to you. If you or someone you know is facing a mental health challenge, crisis or struggle, our qualified staff is here to listen, guide and support you. Initial crisis services are free and confidential. You may reach a trained crisis professional at anytime by calling the Seneca office in your area:

Greenbrier County:
(304) 497-0500

Nicholas County:
(304) 872-2659

Pocahontas County:
(304) 799-6865

Webster County:
(304) 847-5425

“I always feel very comfortable and well respected at this office.”

WE CAN HELP YOU.

Everybody is different. We personalize our patients’ care so that they receive effective treatment, no more and no less than what is needed.

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