Seneca to build inpatient psychiatric treatment facility

Local - 5/3/2013 9:31 AM
MAXWELTON - Seneca Health Services Incorporated planned to build a million dollar inpatient psychiatric treatment facility in Greenbrier County that will serve patients from six counties. 

The 12 bed facility would be built near the company's outpatient clinic in Maxwelton.  The state Bureau for Behavioral Health is funding the operational costs for six beds designed for detoxification.  Seneca will fund the other six for crisis stabilization.  The facility will serve patients from Greenbrier, Pocahontas, Nicholas, Webster, Monroe, and Summers Counties.  

The facility is expected to create about 20 jobs and will begin accepting patients in the fall. 

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