Our team of behavioral health experts provide comprehensive but customized care to help you overcome your unique challenges and difficulties. We provide solution-oriented treatment that is grounded in research and is offered to individuals, couples, and families. Our services include substance use assessments, outpatient treatment, Intensive Outpatient Treatment, a 28-180 day residential program, Medication-Assisted Treatment, Life Skills Training, and Peer Recovery Support Services. Our therapies are delivered in individual therapy, family therapy, groups, and recreational outings. Our objective is to help our clients make hope become reality.
Mountaineer Behavioral Health began in 2016 providing outpatient substance abuse treatment services to Berkeley and Jefferson County Day Report Centers. In 2018, Dr. Jonathan Hartiens of Mountaineer submitted and was awarded a $3 million grant to build the Mountaineer Recovery Center. A diverse community-based board of experts guided the process to completion. The Board selected the current site in Kearneysville, WV, George Harne as the Architect and Minghini Contractors for the construction. In 2019, the 48-bed Mountaineer Recovery Center opened with over 450 people celebrating the ribbon cutting. Since its opening, Mountaineer has become known for its first-class facility, top tier staffing, and research-based programing. This combination has enabled hundreds of individuals from all 55 WV counties in the first year alone make hope a reality!
Mountaineer Recovery Center began with a $3 million grant to create a 48 bed residential substance use treatment facility. Mountaineer Recovery Center add many staff and evidence-based programming due to the overwhelming demand for the quality services we provide.
Treatment does not occur in isolation, but in collaboration with a supportive community using:
Patients receive the most updated evidence-based practices, medications, and technologies. We partner with West Virginia University and Shepherd University along with other higher education agencies to evaluate the program’s impact.