A Multi-Specialty Mental Health Clinic

Evaluations – Counseling – Medication Management

Sage Neuroscience Center is a dynamic mental health clinic comprised of multiple medical providers. The clinicians and staff of the clinic are constantly striving to further understand the needs of the community and collaborate with insurance companies to provide affordable, accessible healthcare. Areas of specialty include: child/adolescent issues, anxiety disorders, PTSD, couples and family therapy, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, grief, addictions and Suboxone treatment. We are accepting new patients at this time. If you would like to schedule an appointment please fill out our New Patient Information Form.

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