Serenity Center, an outpatient behavioral health clinic, opens in Spring Valley

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The Polaris Healthcare Independent Practice Association announced the official opening of its newest member, Serenity Center, a behavioral health outpatient clinic, at 232 North Main St. in Spring Valley.

Serenity Center will offer in-person and telehealth sessions and group meetings at their clinic. The therapies and treatments at Serenity Center focus on conditions such as addiction, anxiety, depression, medication management, and patterned behaviors.

“Our desire is to provide compassionate and advanced mental health care to everyone, regardless of socioeconomic status,” said Neil Zelman, CEO of Polaris Healthcare. “Not only do our highly trained professionals believe in quality care, they want the ability to access individuals as well as their loved ones.”






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