Buena Vista Health Recovery debuts new addiction treatment facility
Buena Vista Health Recovery has opened a new drug and alcohol detox and treatment facility in Tucson, Arizona.
Cave Creek, Arizona-based Buena Vista is an addiction treatment provider with three locations in Arizona and a fourth facility slated to open in Colorado later this year.
Buena Vista’s new Arizona facility — named the Buena Vista Health and Recovery Centers at Tucson — began accepting outpatient patients this month. The new 50,000-square-foot campus will offer a variety of inpatient and outpatient services, some of which include medication-assisted treatment (MAT), partial hospitalization and medically monitored detox.
The facility also features 24-hour staffing and 70 private rooms.
New school for kids with autism
The Place for Children with Autism has opened a new school to serve young children with autism.
The Chicago-based provider offers applied behavior analysis (ABA) to children in a preschool-like setting, with the goal being to improve social skills by putting kids in social settings to supplement ABA therapy.
The new location opened in Chicago, where the Place for Children with Autism also has seven other schools. It also has a location in downstate Illinois.
Achieve TMS East opens new facility
Achieve TMS East has opened a new office to treat depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in Glastonbury, Connecticut.
The organization dubs itself New England’s biggest provider of deep transcranial magnetic stimulation (deep TMS), which is used to tread the aforementioned conditions. Achieve TMS East has a total of 17 locations across New England.
The new location will provide brief outpatient treatment to those with depression and OCD.
Cenikor Foundation opens new youth addiction treatment center
The Cenikor Foundation has opened a new addiction treatment center for young people in San Marcos, Texas.
The Cenikor Foundation is a Houston-based nonprofit drug rehabilitation and mental health organization with residential treatment centers and outpatient facilities in Texas and Louisiana.
The new facility will offer intensive outpatient services to those ages 13 to 21. It will also provide preventative services.
Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare prepares to open tech addiction center
Odyssey Behavioral Healthcare is preparing to open a new treatment center for young men suffering from technology addiction.
Brentwood, Tennessee-based Odyssey operates seven behavioral health facilities — offering everything from eating recovery services to mental health treatment — across several states.
Its newest facility, the Greenfield Recovery Center, will treat men ages 18 to 25 with internet, technology and video game addictions. The Leyden, Massachusetts-based center, which will have the capacity to serve up 16 men at once, starts seeing patients this month.
Greenfield is located in a former rest retreat facility on 19 acres of private woodlands. The program will focus on “provid[ing] the tools and coping skills needed to interact with technology in a healthier and more balanced way,” according to a description on Odyssey’s website.