About Woodland Centers, Inc.
Woodland Centers, Inc. was incorporated in 1974 as a private not-for-profit provider of mental health services. A nine member Board of Trustees who represents Gallia, Jackson and Meigs counties and a variety of professions, occupations, and disciplines governs the agency. Primary and secondary consumers are represented.
We operate three locations, in Gallia, Jackson, and Meigs Counties, to best serve the population of Southeast Ohio.
Woodland Centers, Inc. is a community behavioral health agency that provides comprehensive mental health and chemical dependency services to support and promote improvement of the quality of life for the residents of Gallia, Jackson, and Meigs counties.
To make a positive difference in the overall behavioral health of the communities we serve by focusing on core programs and services; engaging in thoughtful outreach to our community partners; and managing our resources effectively and efficiently.
Strategic Goals and Objectives:
In order to accomplish our mission, WCI has developed a Strategic Plan with the following agency goals:
- To focus on our core programs and services: individual and group counseling, case management, crisis intervention, crisis stabilization, and med-somatic services.
To do thoughtful outreach to meet the identified needs of our community partners where it makes sense given our financial and human resources.
- To manage our resources (fiscal, human, facilities) efficiently and effectively to support the goals identified above.
Our CARF Accredited Programs serve:
Adults, Children, and Adolescents
Crisis Intervention: Mental Health
Outpatient Treatment: Mental Health
Case Management/Service Coordination: Mental Health
Accredited Program Serving Adults only
Crisis Stabilization: Mental Health