Mission: The mission of united summit center is to provide quality behavioral health services to people who have acute and chronic psychiatric disabilities, developmental disablilities, substance abuse problems and to people who are in crisis in an effort to assist in the achievement of their fullest potential where there is a service need within the state of west virginia and to the extent that we are economically capable.
Programs: Community services programs - in home and community based training and supportive services which are intended to increase the person's level of functioning and independence. In 2014, the center provided 647,360 hours of service.
medical services - physician, physician assistant, and nursing services. Evaluation, prescription, administration and monitoring of an individual's mental status and psychotropic medications. In 2014, the center provided 70,660 hours of service.
counseling services - various outpatient therapy services, including but not limited to, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, intensive outpatient programs and supportive counseling services. In 2014, the center provided 68,393 hours of service.
multitude of services including case management services, substance abuse outpatient and residential services, crisis stabilization, supportive living services, and various other services