Northwood Health Systems operates several programs that provide care 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. These programs are described below:
Northwood offers residential treatment for individuals with intellectual disabilities or those in need of mental health treatment. Residential programs provide supervision and monitoring as needed during day and night time hours. Treatment activities, community outings and other forms of recreation occur daily. Necessities are also provided, including food, personal hygiene supplies, and other essentials. For more information concerning Northwood’s residential programs and current bed availability, contact Northwood’s Director of Operations at (304) 234-3500, extension 2279.
Crisis Stabilization Units
Northwood’s Crisis Stabilization Units (CSUs) are voluntary treatment programs for adults experiencing acute symptoms of psychiatric conditions or substance use disorders. The goal of treatment is to stabilize the patient’s condition with short term intensive services to avoid the need for an inpatient hospital setting. Services include intensive group and individual therapy, as well as daily psychiatric evaluation and monitoring. Daily essentials, including food and personal hygiene supplies, are provided. For more information concerning Northwood’s CSUs and current bed availability, contact the nearest crisis unit at the phone number below. Someone is available to talk with you 24 hours per day.
|Name||Address||Phone Number||# of Beds|
|Brooke County CSU||243 American Way, Weirton||(304) 217-3050||16|
|Ohio County CSU||1819 Wood Street, Wheeling||(304) 234-3583||16|
Northwood provides temporary shelter for those experiencing homelessness as a result of psychiatric conditions or substance use disorders. Bed, shower, and laundry facilities are provided. For more information concerning Northwood’s homeless shelter, please stop by or contact the shelter at the phone number below.
|Northwood Homeless Shelter||50 16th Street, Wheeling||(304) 233-3502|