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Kanawha Psychiatric was a psychiatrist's office that was based out of Charleston, West Virginia. It operated before and after the Great War.

Background[edit | edit source]

Kanawha Psychiatric's most common patients were office workers and politicians from the Charleston Capitol Building, often suffering from anxiety and depression.[1] Its head psychiatrist, Doctor Joseph, also saw unique cases, like that of "Daniel Boone," described by the doctor as "hillfolk," who believed he was the real folk hero,[2] and P. Davis, an Anchorage veteran requiring surveillance from state police.[3]

The office continued to operate after the Great War, and saw its patients range from L. Terrence, a man who suffered a mental breakdown from a mutation,[4] to Melody Larkin, a senior member of the Responders.[5]

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Kanawha Psychiatric is mentioned only in Fallout 76.

References[edit | edit source]

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