River Park Hospital
River Park Hospital ("RPH") is a 165-bed psychiatric hospital located at 1230 Sixth Avenue, Huntington WV. RPH provides a wide range of psychiatric services to include acute care for children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric patients. In addition, there are two long-term forensic units, and three on-site pediatric residential programs. RPH also oversees a fourth long-term Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility in Barboursville.

Marshall Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic
Marshall Outpatient Psychiatry offers a varied range of mental health services and is located at the 20th Street Professional Building, 1115 20th Street, Suite 205 in Huntington, West Virginia. Currently psychiatrists, including subspecialty psychiatrists, and psychologists including adult, child, integrative and neuropsychologists, provide services for the outpatient treatment of mood disorders, anxiety disorders, child & adolescent diagnoses, geriatric psychiatry, dementia clinic, substance abuse and therapy for personal, interpersonal & marital issues, Bariatric evaluation clinic, among other psychiatric problems.

Hoops Family Children's Hospital
The Hoops Family Children's Hospital (HFCH) is a 71-bed children's hospital within Cabell Huntington Hospital, a 303-bed academic medical center in Huntington, West Virginia. HFCH’s Behavioral Medicine unit focuses on assessing and treating children with behavioral issues, developmental disabilities and learning or attention disorders. Specialists in behavioral medicine evaluate, counsel and provide treatment for children and adolescents with a wide range of developmental and behavioral difficulties, such as:

  • learning disorders and difficulties
  • attention and behavioral disorders
  • tics, Tourette syndrome and other habit disorders
  • delayed development in speech, language, motor skills and thinking ability.

Developmental-behavioral pediatricians also work closely with parents, families and schools in treating children with behavioral and developmental problems related to chronic illnesses and disabling conditions, such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, developmental delays, autism, epilepsy and cancer.