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Patient Stories

Whether celebrating a birth or treating an illness, Appalachian Regional Healthcare System recognizes that each patient has a unique story to tell. Our
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Public invited to celebrate the retirement of Richard G. Sparks

Appalachian Regional Healthcare System invites you to celebrate the retirement of CEO Richard G. Sparks after 39 years of service.  

Successful moving day for residents of the new Foley Center

On a cold Wednesday, January 4th, Blowing Rock Rehabilitation and Davant Extended Care Center (BRR DECC) patients moved into their new home in the Foley Center at Chestnut Rid [ ... ]

Masks help prevent the spread of flu

  It’s flu season, and we want to do everything we can to keep our patients safe from infection. While we encourage all ARHS employees to receive the influenza vac [ ... ]

Heart Shape 2017: Heart Health and Stroke Prevention Event

Saturday, February 4, 2017
8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Paul H Broyhill Wellness Center
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A vascular screening could save your life

Friday, February 3
Saturday, February 4, 2017
8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Paul H Broyhill Wellness Center

Public invited to celebrate the retirement of Richard G. Sparks

Appalachian Regional Healthcare System invites you to celebrate the retirement of CEO Richard G. Sparks after 39 years of service.  

Longest-serving employee at Cannon Memorial Hospital retires after 51 years

Can you remember your first teenage job interview? For most of us, we can recall the “permission to borrow the family car” discussion with dad followed by unsolici [ ... ]

A Blowing Rock story: Connected at birth, together through life

Few relationships in life are more meaningful than those established at birth. This was certainly the case for Lorrine Miller, when in September 1951 she was delivered by Dr.  [ ... ]

A behind the scenes look at the hospital after dark

Few patients when entering the hospital consider all of the “behind the scenes” staff working on their behalf.

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Appalachian Regional Healthcare System's Behavioral Health Services offers an outpatient clinic Linville, as well as a 10-bed Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit located at Cannon Memorial Hospital in Linville.

The Outpatient Behavioral Health program is designed to meet the needs of adults, children and families experiencing a variety of problematic behaviors, thoughts and life patterns. The program works to improve emotional stability and increase general functioning, as well as help clients identify, develop and increase the use of effective coping skills by emphasizing the existing strengths of the individual or family system.


Behavioral Health Office Location

436 Hospital Drive, Suite 235
Linville, NC 28646

Phone: (828) 737-7888
Fax: (828) 737-7606

Hours
Tuesday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Note: Both offices are closed from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm for lunch

Crisis Phone Number: (828) 262-4100 pager #: 2200


Patient Forms

New Patient Packet

Outpatient Behavioral Health Referral Form


Behavioral Health Services

Psychiatric evaluation

Psychiatric medication management

Individualized treatment planning

Group Psychotherapy

Individual therapy for adults

Individual therapy for children

Discharge Planning

24-hour emergency support for active clients


 

How to get Help

Through an initial screening and assessment process, our staff, in collaboration with clients, work together to determine the most appropriate treatment for each individual and their family. If it is determined that our program lacks the appropriate expertise or resources to treat a client or family’s presenting problem, we will work with the client/family to find other available resources and services to best meet their needs.