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Psychiatric Solutions opens new Spokane Valley location

Psychiatric Solutions, a sister company to Therapeutic Solutions based in Chico, Calif., recently selected the City of Spokane Valley for their new behavioral health facility. The company practices an integrated multi-disciplinary team approach to providing tailored care for their patients, and uses effective, technologically based, scientifically proven treatment options to enhance results. The team of psychiatrists, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers and nurse practitioners also offer intensive outpatient behavioral health and partial hospitalization programs, without overnight hospital stays.

Their management team approached GSI in late 2016 to introduce them to local partners that would be critical to their decision-making for the expansion. With the rapid expansion of health care and health education in the region, the company made the decision to open up the Spokane Valley location.

Joseph Judd, Executive Director of Psychiatric Solutions, is very pleased to provide these services as a part of the treatment community. “We were fortunate to find a central location to serve both Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho patients. The team at GSI and the City of Spokane Valley were so great to work with. We look forward to being a resource for the region and serving individuals and families in need.”

The new offices are located at 1620 N. Mamer Rd., Building B, Spokane Valley. To learn more about the company, visit their website at www.psychsolutions.com.

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