Oct. 27, 2020; HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. – AdventHealth Hendersonville is excited to share that is has received two grants to support its efforts to increase access to behavioral health care for women in our community. The funding includes a $25,000.00 grant from The Community Foundation of Henderson County along with an additional $25,000.00 from the Perry N. Rudnick Endowment Fund, which is a component fund of the Community Foundation of Henderson County. These grants will support the expansion of AdventHealth’s inpatient Women’s Behavioral Health unit to increase access and improve patient care.
“We are so thankful to the Community Foundation of Henderson County and the Perry N. Rudnick Endowment Fund for these grants that will help AdventHealth fulfill its promise to provide whole-person care – body, mind and spirit,” said AdventHealth Hendersonville Foundation Director, Sherri Holbert. “These grants will support our unit enhancements to increase the security and create a safe, soothing and supportive environment for the women in our care. Each of these aspects is integral to the success of our patients.”
AdventHealth Hendersonville’s inpatient care options include the region’s only behavioral health unit dedicated to women only. These grants are helping AdventHealth with the enhancements for this unit, which it is expanding from 12 to 24 private rooms for women experiencing behavioral health needs.
The compassionate and experienced Behavioral Health providers offer care for depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, and more. This team recently enhanced the list of care programs and is now accepting Dual Diagnosis/ Drug Addiction Patients.
To learn more about the AdventHealth Hendersonville Women’s Behavioral Health unit, please visit AdventHealthNC.com.
Community Foundation of Henderson County, founded in 1982, supports charitable programs in the greater Henderson County area.