Behavioral Health Services
Behavioral health services are provided at the Baker and Petersburg locations as well as the School Based Health Centers in Hardy and Grant Counties. These services include counseling for individuals and families, crisis intervention and short term intervention.
Our Behavioral Health services are integrated with our Primary Care medical services to treat the whole patient.
E.A. Hawse Health Center, Inc. | Baker, West Virginia
Kenneth Powers, LICSW
Ken graduated from West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia in 2003 with his Masters in Social Work. He joined E. A. Hawse Health Center in January 2010. Ken sees patients in the Baker, West Virginia location as well as the Moorefield School Based Health locations and alternative school location in Hardy County. Ken is the Behavioral Health Director.
Chantel Coby, NP
Chantell Coby, a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) joined Hawse Health to assist with providing Patient Centered Integrated Health Care. Chantell began her career as a Registered Nurse in 1996 after graduation from Davis and Elkins College and later from West Virginia University. Chantell spent much of her time as a RN in the field of Behavioral Health. Consequently, she decided to pursue a Master’s of Science in Nursing to become a Nurse Practitioner. She earned this degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College and then completed her post-masters training at Shenandoah University with a specialty in Psychiatry. Chantell is pleased to be working with a team of professionals and patients using an integrated approach. Behavioral Health, Behavioral Medicine and Primary Care are integrated at the discretion of each patient in an effort to attain the best care possible. Chantell is able to help assess and provide psychiatric care to patients who may be in need of psychotropic medications. She is able to see both children and adults in the Behavioral Health office at the Baker, WV site. If you would like to work with a team of professionals, then please contact the Behavioral Health Office at 304-897-5915, extension 237 for further instructions about establishing with Primary Care, Behavioral Health and Behavioral Medicine.