BrightView to open new treatment center in Wilmington


BrightView provides addiction treatment programs

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WILMINGTON — BrightView, which provides comprehensive addiction treatment programs, is set to open Dec. 16 at 485 W. Main St. in Wilmington.

Since opening in 2015, BrightView has expanded throughout Ohio, and individuals who are ready to begin treatment now may start treatment in nearby other facilities and then move treatment to Wilmington. The other facilities include Dayton, Chillicothe and numerous Cincinnati locations.

All 11 locations provide evidence-based addiction medicine, individual and group counseling, and support services that help patients achieve lasting recovery.

BrightView’s newest clinic will provide 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, treating addiction through biological, sociological, and psychological means.

“Lasting healing can only be achieved when patients feel respected and are in an uplifting environment,” according to BrightView. “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.”

Each location as a Peer Recovery Supporter who works with patients in getting their health back. This is another individual who did experience substance use disorder and is now in full recovery.

“We are poised to work together to save lives and bring more hope to the Greater Wilmington area by treating addiction compassionately and effectively,” said Dr. Shawn Ryan, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer. “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.”

People or families seeking help can call BrightView at 833-510-HELP (4357) 24/7. Treatment often begins the same day or next day. “Recovery starts immediately, with a full exam and assessment performed by qualified medical staff,” according to BrightView. “Medication is used to make patients feel better quickly. Medical, social, and psychological needs are all addressed.”

BrightView accepts Medicaid, Medicare and all major insurances.

To learn more, visit www.BrightViewHealth.com.

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BrightView provides addiction treatment programs

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