PORTLAND, Ore., March 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Crestview Recovery, a drug and alcohol treatment center known for its individualizedapproach to recovery, announces the expansion of its facilities to now treat women. With the opening of a new women's residential home, Crestview continues its growth as the preeminent treatment center in Portland.
Colin Moore, Crestview's Chief Executive Officer, says, "Women may experience unique issues when it comes to drug and alcohol addiction. We are thrilled to treat both men and women in our programs tailored to individual client needs. Plus, the new women's facilities are designed for maximum comfort and security."
The new residential women's home has modern amenities, including two kitchens, new appliances and furniture, as well as ample private and recreational space. Women also participate in leisure activities, including hiking on Mt. Hood, snowboarding and biking.
About Crestview Recovery: Through its focus on individualized treatment plans, Crestview Recovery provides clients the best possible means for a successful rehabilitation and recovery. Crestview Recovery employs only Master's level-trained therapists to select the best clinical approach to care. Treatment matches the client's culture, values, and interpersonal relationship patterns to create a proactive approach to rehabilitation and recovery.
Crestview Recovery has options for Primary Care, Extended Care, Transitional Living, Outpatient, Academic and Family programs and a strong alumni and family program. Most insurance is accepted for treatment.
For more information, contact: Ryan Opsahl, Director of Clinical Outreach, Crestview Recovery, (503) 298-0209, email Ryan@CrestviewRecovery.com
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