Pinnacle Treatment Centers Opens New Location in Niles

NILES, Ohio – Pinnacle Treatment Centers has opened a new treatment center in Trumbull County.

Niles Treatment Services, 336 Vienna Ave., provides medication-assisted treatment through methadone and buprenorphine as part of a program that includes individual, group and family counseling. Patients also have access to other wraparound services such as peer support and targeted case management.

“We understand that addiction affects multiple facets of a person’s life. While the physical stabilization through medication is key, that is just one weapon in our arsenal,” said Angelica Brewer, executive director of Niles Treatment Services. “While the medication takes care of the physical piece by helping with cravings, we can work in parallel to help restore the other areas affected by the disease through counseling, peer support and case management.”

The Niles center is Pinnacle’s 20th location in the state and its second in the Mahoning Valley. It also operates Youngstown Treatment Services, 3622 Belmont Ave., which it opened in 2018 in partnership with One Health Ohio.

“We have been reaching Ohioans through our network of treatment centers across every level of care, and we hope that those in need of services know that help is available,” said Brian Thorn, COO of Pinnacle Treatment Centers.

Niles Treatment Services accepts Medicaid, commercial insurance and offers self-pay rates. The center is open from 5:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 5 to 10 a.m. Saturdays.

For a free, confidential assessment, call 234 544 3322.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.