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Heritage Behavioral Health Services Excited About Possibilities at New Location

As Heritage Behavioral Health Services transitions to its new location at the former Richland Center on Sunset Court in Clinton, the administration is excited about a world of possibilities.


On the WHOW Morning Show Monday, CEO Mary Garrison told Regional Radio its new building is already housing group services. For now, the organization is planning for renovations to provide more intimate services in addition to those group services.



For Heritage, the advantage of being able to renovate the space the way they want it is the fact they will be able to customize the space to better fit 21st-century treatment. Director of the Clinton site, Cory Baxter says the way services are administered has changed.



Currently, Heritage offers substance use group services and Baxter has the goal of increasing those offerings.



For Garrison, the possibility of adding to the group settings is among the aspects of the new building she is most excited about.


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