Midwest Recovery Center Growing, Acquires 3rd Location

Baltimore, MD, September 14, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Midwest Recovery Center, a substance use disorder and mental health treatment facility located in Lucas County, procured property from Davis College in Toledo on Sept. 4 in order to expand outpatient treatment services and host a slew of new services.

The new location is on Monroe Street in West Toledo and will be the center’s third overall location. The newest location will accept commercial insurance as well as Medicaid.

Midwest Recovery Center CEO Matt Bell sees the opportunity to acquire the Davis College property as a continuation of the nearly two-century legacy of education and betterment the college has made in Toledo.

"This beautiful building is perfect for our specific use, and the acquisition will allow so many individuals seeking our services to finally be able to find care within our agency,” Bell said. “The impact that this building will have on our home town will no doubt change and save lives.”

The 25,000 square-foot facility will undergo major renovations slated to begin early next year. According to Bell, the plan is to create an all-in-one outpatient recovery center which provides partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient and treatments as well as individual and group therapy. Once renovated the center will include areas for exercise therapy, yoga, meditation, and primary care medical services, and will even have an on site pharmacy.

Midwest Recovery is a subsidiary of Amatus Recovery Centers, a nationally recognized provider of substance use disorder treatment services. Based in Owings Mills, Maryland, Amatus Recovery Centers is committed to expanding their services to facilities across the country, especially in areas of need.

“We’re thrilled to be able to provide such a crucial service to a town that needs it,” said Amatus Recovery Centers COO Michael Silberman. “Just like how Davis College has helped the citizens of Toledo access their best potential, we’re doing the same for those with substance use disorder, by helping them recover from their addiction and reintegrate into society.”

Amatus Recovery Centers, a division of Amatus Health, offers treatment for drug and alcohol addiction as well as co-occurring mental health disorders in facilities across the country. To learn more visit amatusrecoverycenters.com
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Thomas Gill