COVID-19 Update for Our Patients: 7-28-2020

In order to continue to serve our patients safely, we are practicing all the recommendations of our state and local authorities. Upon entering our office, we will check your temperature, and ask that everyone wear a mask and properly social distance from others.

If you feel sick, have any symptoms, or have been exposed to someone with the virus, we would ask that you call us to reschedule your appointment. You can contact us between 800a to 430p Monday through Thursday and 800a to Noon on Friday. We are seeing patients by appointment only (no referral is needed) by calling 304-768-6170. In order to accommodate everyone’s safety we have options for in-person appointments, as well as telemedicine appointments.

We will continue to update our site and Facebook page as needed. On behalf of the staff and clinicians at PsyCare—please know that we care, and that we are hoping and praying that this health crisis resolves in the near future. Please don’t hesitate to call us. We are here to help.

Stay Safe,

Jennifer Rader, Business Administrator
304-768-6170

Are You Ready to Feel Better? We Can Help!

Did you know that 4 out of 5 people suffer from depression on a daily basis? With all the stresses of life today, know that you aren’t alone and that there are people just like you getting help everyday. At Psycare Inc. we take great pride in providing a wide range of services addressing a myriad of behavior health topics. If you drive a car, you know that it’s important to make sure your tires and breaks are in good working order.

Like a good mechanic, we want to make sure YOU are in good working order. Life is too short to not make the most of everyday and every opportunity. Connect with one of our staff and get ready to feel better! We have free parking, a convenient location, and professional team standing by to help.

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Children / Adolescents

Is your child suffering? To learn more, contact us today and we will set up an appointment.

Anxiety Disorder

If anxiety becomes persistent and intense, it usually reflects some underlying disturbance.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Affective Disorder, or manic-depressive illness (MDI), is a common, severe, and persistent mental illness.

Relationships / Divorce

Relationship issues can vary, and divorce can often create emotional issues as well. We can help.

Grief & Loss

Losing a loved one or a job can be a difficult blow to your emotions. Don’t go it alone—help is available.