HopeWay Sharing the Importance of Mental Health in Veterans
CHARLOTTE N.C. – Justin Johnson, MD serves as Director of Veteran Services at HopeWay. A board-certified psychiatrist who also serves in the U.S. Army Reserve, Dr. Johnson previously treated patients at the Durham VA Medical Center’s Iraq and Afghanistan combat Veteran center. Dr. Johnson is a North Carolina native, a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and completed his psychiatry residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital combined program at Harvard Medical School. He is currently an assistant consulting professor at Duke University School of Medicine.
HopeWay is an accredited nonprofit mental health treatment center for adults located Charlotte and serving clients from North Carolina and across the nation. HopeWay also offers an evidence-based Veterans Program and services for children, adolescents and adults through its outpatient clinic, HopeWay Psychiatry & Associates. HopeWay’s continuum of care meets the needs of adults living with mental illness and their families with residential care and outpatient treatment options as well as after-care planning, with a goal of helping clients live successfully and independently in the community. HopeWay’s goal is also to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health issues through a community education program. To learn more, visit www.hopeway.org