Treatment and Support Center to host open house

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Columbus Regional Health invites the media and the public to an open house of the new Treatment and Support Center, scheduled to begin serving patients on July 1.

The Treatment and Support Center is an outpatient treatment program for those suffering from substance use disorder. The program consists of comprehensive psychosocial services, including individual and group counseling, behavioral health therapies, medication-assisted treatment when appropriate, and family support services.

The open house will be conducted from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., June 27 at the Treatment and Support Center, at 2630 22nd Street. The event will offer a tour of the facility, and a chance to meet the staff, including the Medical Director, Dr. Kevin Terrell. There will also be an opportunity learn more about the programs and services and enjoy light refreshments. Parking is available in the Columbus Regional Health employee lot at the west end of 22nd Street.

The Treatment and Support Center will be a specialty practice within the Columbus Regional Health Physicians (CRHP) organization, and will accept patient self-referrals and provider referrals.

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