HopeWay Offers Mental Health Services To Teens & Young Adults
HopeWay has expanded its services to teens and young adults. They’re addressing mental health and eating disorder treatment for adolescents and young adults with a new location in east Charlotte. The construction is underway on the 18,716 square-foot space located in Oakhurst Commons at 4000 Monroe Road. As parents struggle with balancing their mental health, teens struggle even harder. Some issues are high rates of substance abuse and eating disorders. Many suffer from low self-esteem and have the highest suicide rates of all age groups. HopeWay at Oakhurst Commons will feature physician-led, evidence-based Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) built on HopeWay’s model of care. This type of care includes psychotherapy, medication management, integrative therapies, on-site educational support, and more. The HopeWay team will address mental health diagnoses in teens and eating disorders. Including treatment during the day and return home after programming.
Another exciting part of the process is that REDLINE Design Group is the architect of the expansion project. Based on the construction and licensure timeline, the new state-of-the-art facility is targeted to open in the fourth quarter of 2023. HopeWay has a main campus located at 1717 Sharon Road West, and excited about the expansion.