YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Columbus-based Pinnacle Treatment Centers, in partnership with One Health Ohio, has opened a new center in Liberty Township, the company announced.
The new branch, Youngstown Treatment Services, will host an open house Feb. 15 at its offices at 3622 Belmont Ave.
“As the heroin epidemic continues to plague our community and the rest of our country, it is imperative that we have treatment facilities such as Youngstown Treatment Services to be there in the time of crisis,” said Mahoning County Commissioner Anthony Traficanti in a statement.
The new center has an agreement with One Health Ohio to provide services such as primary medical, behavioral services and general care for patients.
The treatment programs through Youngstown Treatment Center uses medication such as methadone and suboxone, and therapies such as counseling, group therapy and educational classes.
“One Health Ohio is proud to collaborate with Pinnacle,” said Ronald Dwinnells, CEO of One Health Ohio. “Through medication assisted treatment and behavioral health counseling, our combined efforts will help defeat this problem and improve the overall health of this valley.”
Pinnacle Treatment Centers treats 10,000 in six states, including Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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