The rise of addiction treatments around the world is a good thing. However, if we really come to think of it this may not be the case as this means that there is a rise in the number of addicted people who needs help. For so many years now, the number of people using drugs and committing crime as a result of it keeps on increasing. There have been so many solutions implemented but until now, the problem is still existent. Perhaps, if there is one consolation to it, it would be the availability of treatments.
Compared in the past, it is now a lot easier to seek treatment through alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers that can be found almost in all cities. Now, Mountainside will be opening a treatment site at Chappaqua Crossing. They will be offering various medication-assisted treatments with an aim to reduce the craving of people for drugs.
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Alcohol and drug-addiction treatment services are the latest addition to a list of high-profile tenants of Chappaqua Crossing.
Mountainside, a Connecticut-based addiction recovery business, announced plans to open a roughly 4,200-square-foot outpatient center at the 480 Bedford Road mixed-use development in Chappaqua.
Services at the site will include medication-assisted treatments, such as buprenorphine (Suboxone) and naltrexone (Vivitrol), which seek to reduce opioid cravings for street drugs like heroin and fentanyl, according to the company’s website.
New Castle Town Supervisor Rob Greenstein described the outpatient addiction treatment center as consistent with other tenants.
“Mountainside will join Northern Westchester Hospital, Mount Kisco Medical Group and new tenants like Whole Foods and Life Time Fitness to support healthy lifestyles, a prominent theme at Chappaqua Crossing,” he said, referring to the property that is still partially under construction.
The addiction treatment center didn’t require town government approval, Greenstein said, and it was a private transaction between Mountainside and the property owners Summit Development and Greenfield Partners.
The property leasing agent and Mountainside didn’t respond to phone calls about the center.
Stephen Langley, executive vice president of Mountainside, addressed the outpatient center in a press release.