Frontier Health is one of the region’s leading provider of 85+ programs at 64 facilities of behavioral health, mental health, substance abuse, co-occurring, intellectual and developmental disabilities, recovery and vocational rehabilitation services.
Frontier Health’s crisis response services respond 24 hours a day to individuals and families experiencing acute emotional and/or substance abuse problems and critical incident stress debriefing.
The 24/7 Crisis Stabilization Unit provides short-term stabilization services for individuals in need of psychiatric stabilization. The CSU serves residents of 10 counties: Carter, Cocke, Greene, Hancock, Hamblen, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi and Washington. Frontier Health is operating the first CSU in Northeast.
Frontier Health’s 85+ community programs include specialized services for victims of domestic violence and AIDS; interpreter services for the hearing impaired; and residential services for adults with mental illness and / or developmental disabilities, prevention, school-based services, foster care, adoption, youth in crisis, in need of respite or with state custody issues.
Frontier Health’s 18 outpatient sites provide mental health, substance abuse, and co-occurring programs for adults, children, adolescents and family.
Our programs include:
• Individual and group psychotherapy
• Marital and family therapy
• Crisis services
• Case management
• Consultation and education services
• Parenting classes
• Psychiatric consultation
• Intensive Outpatient A and D
• C and Y continuous treatment team (CTT)
• Comprehensive child and family therapy
• Older adult services
Frontier Health has been providing services since 1957. Services are available in Carter, Greene, Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Washington and Unicoi Counties in Northeast Tennessee and the city of Norton, Lee, Scott, Wise and Washington Counties of Southwest Virginia.
Frontier Health’s residential services are designed to provide housing and services to adults who suffer from severe and persistent mental illness, intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities. Frontier Health offers supervised community living, independent living and group homes, working toward an individual's greatest level of independence.
Adolescent residential services are primarily provided to adolescents with emotional and/or behavioral problems due to factors such as abuse or neglect. These youth often exhibit unruly or delinquent behavior.
Special Needs Education | Medical Support Services | Psychologists | Charitable Organizations | Social Services | Rehabilitation Services | Health Care Clinics | Vocational Education | Counseling | Disabled Products and Services
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