Center for Emotional Health expands territory: New Statesville office set to open in February
By FRAN FARRER
CHARLOTTE, NC – As the Center for Emotional Health continues their advancement into mental health services, they are announcing the opening of a new office in Statesville February 3, 2020.
With 16 locations across western and central North Carolina, the additional expansion into Statesville not only allows the organization to reach new populations, but to also continue providing the service, support, and convenience that is expected of us.
The Center for Emotional Health offers expertise in the areas of anxiety, depression, ADHD, medication management, drug and alcohol treatment and veteran support services, with their main focus always focusing on the needs of the patient. Their counseling ranges from grief counseling to marriage, couples, family and individuals.
Additionally, they provide bilingual services and telepsychiatry to better open the lines of communication with all patients. However, their main focus – as well as offering a non-drug treatment, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, is to serve those who wish to choose a different approach to therapy.
With offices stretching from Winston Salem to Ballantyne, the Statesville office will become their 16th location, and will offer the same traditional and alternative mental health services as other offices, ensuring patients receive the best treatment and support available.
Prospective clients need to know; there is no referral necessary and the waiting period for an appointment is less than a week.
Center for Emotional Health treats patients ages 4 and up and accepts a wide range of insurances. For those uninsured, an income-based sliding pay scale fee is available.
To learn more about Center for Emotional Health, visit: cehcharlotte.com or reach out to (704) 237-4042.
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