Clarion Psychiatric Center
Clarion Psychiatrist Center is located in the western part of Pennsylvania in Clarion, PA. It is a 78-bed private hospital owned and managed by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc., one of the leading health management companies. We offer clinical services and treatment for children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patient populations. Clinical programs address primary psychiatric and addictive disease disorders. In addition Clarion offers the Dual Diagnosis MH/MR program of inpatient psychiatric hospitalization for a population ranging in age from 14 years to adulthood. This program specializes in the psychiatric treatment of acute behavioral and emotional problems of adolescents and adults with mental retardation.
The principle goal of all programs is to provide a multidisciplinary assessment and comprehensive individualized treatment. Treatment settings include inpatient and day or partial services for all patient populations served. Families are a critical part of our treatment processes.
The hospital staff consists of experienced, highly trained behavioral healthcare professionals, including psychiatrists, social workers, nurses and activities therapist.
At Clarion, we live by the guiding principle that “We Treat our Patients Like Family”. It begins with understanding that everyone who enters our facility is someone’s son or daughter. It also reminds us that each and every one of us is just one bad day away from needing hospital level treatment ourselves. It is why we always strive to provide each and every person we serve with the kind of quality we would expect for ourselves, or our own family members.
Clarion Psychiatric Center is situated on 14 acres overlooking the Clarion River basin in a quiet, peaceful setting conducive to treatment and recovery. It is conveniently located off Interstate 80 in Clarion, PA. Clarion is a borough in .
Clarion is the home of the award winning Autumn Leaf Festival. There are many amenities in this beautiful family friendly community meeting cultural, educational, housing, religious and recreational needs.