Staunton Clinic can trace its heritage back to 1933 when Matilda McCready (born Matilda Staunton Craig) left a written will that outlined her concept of mental illness that called for a treatment center that would offer hope for recovery.
The Staunton Farm Foundation helped the Heritage Valley Sewickley establish the Staunton Clinic for mental health services in 1963.
Since that time, Staunton has built an outstanding reputation as a treatment facility accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) devoted to providing optimal care using the best possible resources available. Within a friendly atmosphere, Staunton welcomes the opportunity to provide a receptive ear to the special circumstances of each individual and, in partnership, create a pla
n of care aimed at positive results.
In keeping with its historical roots, Staunton Clinic is a mental health as well as a mental retardation treatment and resource coordination center. Staunton Clinic provides a number of diverse services that assist people from all walks of life who are seeking to recover from a temporary or more long-term mental health condition.
Staunton’s Adult and Child Programs include Outpatient Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, Administrative and Intensive Case Management Services, Mental Retardation Supports Coordination, Inpatient Services for adults and other specialized activities such as the Student Assistance Program. Each program is comprised of highly qualified staff that takes pride in being part of the Staunton vision of recovery that began so long ago.
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