Addiction treatment office opens in Huber Heights


There’s a new option for addiction treatment in Huber Heights.

AppleGate Recovery, part of for-profit treatment provider BayMark Health Services Company, is holding an open house 11 a.m. Dec. 1 at 7460 Brandt Pike.

The office’s services include treating addiction with the assistance of medication.

RELATED: Hospitals, community groups seek funding for local detox center

AppleGate stated in a press release that at its open house, visitors can tour the facility, meet staff and learn more about medication-assisted treatment services.

AppleGate also has offers counseling and supportive services to those with addictions.

“The catastrophic damage caused by the disease of addiction to individuals, families and communities across Ohio can begin to be repaired by the growing presence of evidence-based treatment options,” stated Dr. Philip Isherwood, National Medical Director for AppleGate Recovery.

RELATED: WSU to offer free training to treat addiction with medication

AppleGate Recovery stated it treats dependency and addiction to opioids with medications proven to ease the pain of withdrawal and prevent relapses.

Huber Heights Mayor Tom McMasters, Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer and City Councilman Tyler Starline will be featured guest speakers, sharing thoughts on the opioid epidemic and the importance of access to evidence-based treatment.

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The Huber Heights Chamber of Commerce will be on hand to perform a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

BayMark, based in Lewisville, Texas, has 77 locations across 22 states, treating over 25,000 patients daily in their recovery from opioid use disorder.



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