BrightView Opens New Treatment Center in Greater Toledo April 8, 2019;
Eighth location brings proven outpatient addiction treatment to the region.
BrightView provides comprehensive addiction treatment programs to those who need help the most. Since opening in 2015, BrightView has expanded throughout Ohio, recently opening in Toledo. All eight of its locations provide evidence-based addiction medicine, individual and group counseling, and support services that help patients achieve lasting recovery.
BrightView’s newest clinic is located at 1655 Holland Road Maumee, OH 43537, and provides accessible, discreet outpatient addiction treatment to the region. BrightView clinicians and counselors serve patients six days a week and provide ongoing support that addresses the whole person. BrightView is focused on treating addiction through biological, sociological, and psychological means.
Lasting healing can only be achieved when patients feel respected in an uplifting environment. The organization takes a positive approach to treating the disease of addiction and engaging those afflicted by it. Through a combination of medication-assisted treatment (MAT), counseling, and social support, long-term recovery is possible. All treatment programs are personalized to each patient’s history and the severity of their disease.
Amy Parker, a Peer Recovery Specialist with BrightView said,
“As someone who has been in recovery for seven years, I can personally speak to the lasting effectiveness of the programs that BrightView offers, and I am excited to help bring them to Toledo. As a Peer Recovery Support Specialist, I have the opportunity to work directly with patients and to encourage and support their journey of recovery. We understand where they have been and the immense challenges that they face because we have been there before. BrightView offers hope and a healthy future in an understanding and respectful environment.”
Providing this life-saving care will stem the growing epidemic on a local level. Overdose deaths have continued on a dangerous trajectory in the Toledo area as reported in US News and World Report (November 2018).
The analysis by the Ohio Alliance for Innovation in Population Health, a collaboration between Ohio University and the University of Toledo, also found that nearly 80% of unintentional overdose deaths involving a psychostimulant included an opioid as well, and that more than 70% involved the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl.
“We are poised to work together to save lives and bring more hope to the Toledo area by treating addiction compassionately and effectively,” Dr. Shawn Ryan, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of BrightView, said, “We are certain that as we work with partners in the community, we will see improvements one life, one patient at a time, which will result in positive trends. This is an outstanding community, and we look forward to helping people here achieve lasting recovery.”
People or families seeking help can call BrightView at 833-510-HELP (4357) 24-hours per day, 7 days per week. Treatment often begins the same day or next day. Recovery starts immediately, with a full exam and assessment performed by a qualified medical staff. Medication is used to make patients feel better quickly; medical, social, and psychological needs are all addressed. The outpatient model offers treatment that seamlessly works into day-to-day life and is not disruptive to work and family schedules. BrightView Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and all major insurances.
Since opening in 2015, BrightView provides outpatient treatment centers spanning Ohio for substance use disorder. This includes Cincinnati, Chillicothe, Dayton, Batavia, Fairfield, Columbus, and now Toledo. Locations in Springfield, Canton, and Akron will open in the next few months. Patients can call 833-510-HELP 24-hours per day to schedule an appointment or assessment at any BrightView location.
The organization’s effective treatment approach includes medication assisted treatment (MAT), individual counseling, group therapy, social service support, as well as work on co-occurring disorders. Locations are generally able to dispense medication on-site, which makes treatment easy and convenient for patients. The treatment plan works seamlessly with daily life commitments. All insurances and Medicaid and Medicare are accepted.
BrightView’s compassionate and professional staff create an accessible and welcoming environment for both physical and emotional healing. BrightView is about respect for each patient, positive reinforcement, and long-term wellness. To learn more, please visit www.BrightViewHealth.com.