The Chamber Ambassadors celebrated with Legacy Behavioral Health Services during their ribbon cutting Jan. 30, 2019, to celebrate the business’ new name.
Offering an array of services to help people with mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability, Legacy Behavioral Health Services delivers services tailored to the person that is in need. Legacy’s staff aims to offer high-quality service.
“Legacy has expanded to launch over a dozen new services, growing their workforce to over 400 employees,” said Logan Schunhoff, Marketing Director for Legacy Behavioral Health Services
For the past five years, Legacy has established many services to help people in South Georgia. According to Schunoff, Legacy has established their first inpatient facility, developmental disabilities group home, a school-based mental health program, DUI treatment services and other services.
Legacy is a member of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce. Legacy is proud to share the launch of their new name with the community.