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Burrell Behavioral Health opening clinic in Republic, Mo.

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(November 1, 2021) - Burrell Behavioral Health is proud to announce the opening of its newest clinic in Republic, Mo. Located near U.S. Highway 60 and Elm Street, the clinic will offer outpatient services including therapy, telehealth psychiatry and Medication Assisted Treatment for opioid use disorder.

Burrell is committed to creating access to care. With this new clinic, behavioral health services will be more convenient for the residents of Republic and western Greene County, as well as those living in surrounding communities.

“At Burrell, the goal is to remove all barriers someone might face when trying to find help,” said President and CEO C.J. Davis. “By extending in-person services into more communities, we hope to provide our neighbors the opportunity to experience life-changing and life-saving care.”

With the opening of this clinic, Burrell now offers more than a dozen locations in its seven-county southwest Missouri catchment area. Providers at the Republic clinic will begin seeing clients on Monday, November 8.

Contact: Matt Lemmon, Vice President of Communications, Burrell Behavioral Health, 417-415-1386

About Burrell Behavioral Health
Burrell Behavioral Health is the second largest behavioral health center in Missouri, working with more than 40,000 clients across 25 counties in Missouri and Arkansas. Burrell has more than 400 licensed providers offering a full continuum of care through our integrated network. Services include individual therapy and counseling, addiction recovery, psychiatric and medication management, educational and therapeutic groups, crisis intervention, medication-assisted treatment, adult stabilization, case management, residential treatment, autism, diagnostic testing and evaluations and developmental disability support. Learn more about Burrell’s programs and services at


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