Pyramid Healthcare Opens First Residential Treatment Program in Virginia
ALTOONA, PA – July 5, 2021 – Pyramid Healthcare announced today the addition of Virginia to its existing behavioral healthcare treatment footprint with the opening of a residential substance use and mental health treatment program for adults in Newport News.
The residential treatment program in Newport News is Pyramid Healthcare’s first facility in the state of Virginia. Pyramid Healthcare’s network of 15 affiliated companies operates over 80 behavioral healthcare treatment locations for adults and adolescents throughout North Carolina, Georgia, Connecticut, New Jersey, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Beginning July 5, the 88-bed, non-hospital program in Newport News will provide individualized, medically supervised rehabilitation programming for adult men including inpatient residential and co-occurring disorders treatment, group and individual counseling, life skills development activities, self-help meetings, educational lectures and films, recreational therapy, and continuing care planning. A detoxification program and services for women will be available shortly thereafter.
“Pyramid Healthcare is proud to be able to provide these important services to help confront the opioid crisis that grips our state and our nation. We look forward to making a positive impact on the lives of people in the tidewater and surrounding areas who are struggling with the disease of addiction. The community has been incredibly welcoming and helpful with our efforts to develop these critically needed services,” stated Jonathan Wolf, CEO of Pyramid Healthcare.
Future services at the Newport News, VA facility will include intensive outpatient and outpatient services in early 2022 and a 40-bed acute psychiatric unit in spring 2022.
Located at 245 Chesapeake Avenue, Newport News, VA 23607, the residential treatment program is currently welcoming adult male clients. Level of care assessments are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Medicaid, Medicare, most commercial insurance and self-payment are accepted. To refer or learn more today, please contact the Admissions Department at 1-844-444-0027 or visit pyramidhealthcareva.com.
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