About Liberty Point Behavioral Healthcare

Liberty Point Behavioral Healthcare provides treatment for adolescent males, ages 13-21, with psychiatric conditions and co-occurring neurodevelopmental disorders like intellectual disabilities and autism.

For young men who are experiencing complex behavioral, psychiatric and educational difficulties Liberty Point offers the opportunity for residential treatment in a safe and secure environment that encourages growth and self-responsibility.

The primary focus is on encouraging constructive change and personal growth, learning positive ways to get appropriate attention, improving behavior choices, developing a sense of responsibility for actions, learning problem-solving skills, and developing thinking patterns that support positive relationships. We help prepare these young men to return to a home, a less restrictive environment, or to independent living.

We are TRICARE® approved, The Joint Commission accredited.

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Liberty Point Becomes TRICARE® Approved!

Liberty Point Behavioral Healthcare is honored to serve Military Families as a TRICARE® provider of residential services. We are now able to provide comprehensive residential treatment for military connected young men with neurodevelopmental conditions like intellectual disabilities and autism that are further complicated by complex emotional, behavioral and psychiatric conditions. In addition to serving Military Families from Virginia, we are able to serve children of active duty and retired military families from across the United States and overseas.


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1110 Montgomery Avenue
Staunton, Virginia 24401
Phone: 540.213.0450 or 800.496.7941

Physicians are on the medical staff of Liberty Point Behavioral Healthcare, but, with limited exceptions, are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of Liberty Point Behavioral Healthcare. The facility shall not be liable for actions or treatments provided by physicians.
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