CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Keystone Behavioral Health has moved into its new location at 110 Chambers Hill Drive, Chambersburg, Pa.
The new building, at 12,800 square feet, is larger than the former space, and its construction and furnishings are considered state-of-the-art, Keystone reported in a news release.
The new location will allow the practice to increase its number of providers from 12 to 22.
In the news release, Joanne Cochran, president and chief executive officer of Keystone Health, said more mental health services are needed in Franklin County, Pa.
“One in four adults (approximately 61.5 million Americans) experiences mental illness in a given year. But statistics show that only one in three receives the treatment they need. Keystone Health placed this building on the top of Chambers Hill for a reason. We want to raise awareness for mental health issues and encourage an open dialogue in order to increase support for people who desperately need help but are afraid to step forward and ask for it,” she said.
For more information about Keystone, visit www.keystone