Ritchie Regional Health Center welcomes a new behavioral health therapist, Ashley Stevens, MA, LPC. Ashley earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Ohio University and graduated from Marshall University with a master’s degree in counseling.
She started her career as a teacher counselor at a level III residential treatment facility for troubled youth, ages 12 - 18. After nine years, she was promoted to program director. During that time, she also provided therapy for clients ages 12 - 18 and part-time emergency services evaluations for adult and child patients in crisis. Upon leaving the residential facility, she became a clinical supervisor for a community-based program called Safe at Home, working with children and families. In September 2022, she joined Ritchie Regional as a behavioral health therapist, serving clients ages 5 and above.
Starting Monday, September 19, Ashley will offer individual and family in-person or telehealth therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults. She will rotate locations between RRHC Harrisville Campus, Harrisville Elementary, Creed Collins Elementary, and the Ritchie County Middle/High School Wellness Center. Appointments can be made by calling 304-869-3650.
As a reminder, Ritchie Regional accepts most insurances including Medicaid and Medicare. The Sliding Fee Program - based on family size and income - is also available to uninsured or underinsured patients. For more information, call/text 304-643-4005.