Williamsburg, VA

Once the home for the first-ever psychiatric hosptial, Williamsburg, Virginia provides an attractive location for individuals living in the Mid-Atlantic United States. Its proximity to the Chesapeake Bay and larger cities like Washington, DC and Virginia Beach attracts many people seeking a new home for raising a family, or for retirement.

Situated on the tip of the booming Hampton Roads metropolitan area, Williamsburg forms one point of the historical triangle of sites (the others being Yorktown and the Jamestown colony) that attracts thousands of tourists annually. Here visitors may experience the life of our forefathers with a stroll through the streets of Colonial Williamsburg, tour the campus of the College of William and Mary (one of the oldest educational institutions in the country), and enjoy a day of fun and excitement at Busch Gardens Europe.

For lovers of culinary delights, Williamsburg is home to some of the finest restaurants in the state. Virginia ham, Chesapeake crabs, and colonial classic cream of peanut soup are just a few of the items one might find in the taverns and eateries around town.

Williamsburg is a haven for golfers, history buffs, and anyone desiring a reprieve from the bustle of life.  We chose to build our psychiatric hosptial on the Campus of Williamsburg location because it offers our patients serenity, flexibility, privacy and accessibility. 

 

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The Pavilion at Williamsburg Place does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color,
national origin, disability, or age in admission, treatment , or participation in its programs, services and
activities, or in employment. For further information about this policy, contact: Patty Cranford, 757-941-6400,TDD 1-800-828-1120.

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