Join us for a day of celebration and learning! This event features games and events, a Health and Wellness Family Feud, sharing of personal recovery stories, Tool Box Bingo, and more. Raffles, prizes and lunch will be provided. This event will be presented by David Delvaux, MS, LBHS. Seating is limited, so please register early! For more information, contact [email protected]
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Where: Clarion Psychiatric Center
When: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
An overview of the Commonwealth’s high quality, efficient and compliant Medical Marijuana program, covering it’s vision, mission, and guiding principles. This presentation illustrates how those suffering with serious medical conditions are provided access to medical marijuana through a safe and effective method of delivery.
The key learning objectives for each participant are to understand the following:
Latrisha Bentch is a patient liaison for the Office of Medical Marijuana at the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
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Friday, May 24, 2019
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Clarion Psychiatric Center
Community Resource Center
Two Hospital Drive
Clarion, PA 16214
Clarion Psychiatric Center (CPC) held a beam raising ceremony on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 to celebrate its 36-bed expansion project. The ceremony took place at Two Hospital Drive, Clarion, Pennsylvania. Staff and community stakeholders were able to sign their names to the beam and be a part of the new structure. CPC’s slogan is embedded on the beam in bold letters “We Treat our Patients Like Family.”
“At CPC we provide each of our patients with the care we would expect for ourselves or our loved ones.” said CEO Michael Post, FACHE. “The responsibility of providing superior care is something we take very seriously. It is why we hold ourselves to the highest standards of quality, accountability, and service excellence, to ensure we are delivering the most effective care available today.”
The expansion will provide additional beds to serve and care for children, adolescents and adults with acute psychiatric symptoms. The beam raising ceremony marked the construction of the 36-bed expansion of the existing 76-bed facility. Upon completion, the facility will have a total of 112 beds as well as a new conference center for Mental Health trainings for treatment providers in the region. The expansion project will add 72 employees to CPC’s existing 150-person staff.
Improving access to behavioral health services is an identified community need and top priority for CPC. The expansion will help address the demand for mental health services in Clarion and the surrounding counties.
The expansion project was designed by Johnson Johnson Crabtree Architects, P.C with Deangelis Diamond as the construction manager. The total project cost will be $12 million and is expected to be completed in the Fall of 2018.
Clarion Psychiatric Center has been providing inpatient psychiatric treatment for the past 30 years at their Monroe Township location. The inpatient units provide care to patients from over 50 counties in Pennsylvania and constantly strives to put patients first while adhering to the highest clinical performance standards.
Clarion Psychiatric Center has been named a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® for Hospital-Based Inpatient Psych. This coveted award recognizes excellence in performance on accountability measures that are linked to improving the quality of care for the patients served.
The Clarion Area Chamber of Business and Industry honored a Citizen of the Year, Lifetime Achievement recipient, Volunteer of the Year, and two businesses on Saturday night at the organization’s Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner held at Clarion University.
2018 award winners presented by the Clarion Chamber of Business and Industry included the following: Stephanie Wilshire, Lifetime Achievement Award recipient; Shelly Rhoades representing Clarion Psychiatric Center, Business of the Year-Economic Development; Kimberly Titley, Volunteer of the Year; Tracy Myers, Citizen of the Year; and Shelby Groff representing Highland Oaks at Water Run, Business Education Partner.
The Clarion Psychiatric Center was awarded the 2018 Business of the Year-Economic Development Award.
The center has been a major regional resource for children, adolescents, adults, and the Clarion area community for 30 years.
In 2018, they expanded on that success with a $12 million expansion that added 36 new acute inpatient beds, now serving up to 112 people at any given time. The new expansion also called for an expanded workforce. At full capacity, the facility expansion will add up to 70 new employees, bringing the total employees to 225 people. The new addition increases the capability of helping Clarion County residents and includes a conference center for mental health training for treatment providers in the region.
The business showed its understanding of the need to improve upon the local economy by hiring local construction companies and contractors for as much of their expansion project as possible, including Rankins Excavating, the EADS Group, M&B Services, Hager Paving, and Mobilcom.
Clarion Psychiatric Center is here to take your calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us at 800-253-4906 for a no-cost, confidential assessment. If you need immediate medical assistance, dial 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.