Portsmouth, Ohio-BrightView provides comprehensive outpatient addiction treatment to those who need help the most. Since opening in 2015, BrightView has expanded throughout Ohio, recently bringing its evidence-based model to Portsmouth. As part of its ribbon-cutting ceremony, BrightView is inviting members of the press to participate in the conversation about overcoming addiction and succeeding in long-term recovery.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held Wednesday, September 16th from 2:00-3:00 pm at:
1405 11th St.
Portsmouth, OH. 45662
Ribbon Cutting at 2:00 pm
Please let us know if you will attend, as the interview space is limited.
People or families seeking help can call BrightView at 833-510-HELP (4357) 24-hours per day, 7 days per week. Treatment often begins the same day or the next day. Recovery starts immediately, with a full exam and assessment performed by qualified medical staff. Medication is used to make patients feel better quickly; medical, social, and psychological needs are all addressed. The outpatient model offers treatment that seamlessly works into day-to-day life and is not disruptive to work and family schedules. BrightView Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and all major insurances.
BrightView provides outpatient treatment across Ohio for substance use disorder (SUD). Areas served to include Canton, Akron, Cincinnati, Chillicothe, Dayton, Columbus, Toledo, Springfield, Wilmington, Warren, Georgetown, Ashtabula, Youngstown, and now Portsmouth. Centers in Cleveland and Piqua are planned to open over the next few months. Patients and partners can call 833-510-HELP 24-hours per day to schedule an appointment or assessment at any BrightView location. Because effective treatment for addiction often requires immediate care walk-ins are accepted weekdays until 3 pm. For patients suffering from withdrawal, it takes less than 4 hours on average from the time they walk in the door to receive the medication they need, complete their very first counseling session, and begin lasting recovery.
The organization’s effective treatment approach includes medication-assisted treatment (MAT), individual counseling, group therapy, social service support, as well as work on co-occurring disorders. Locations are generally able to dispense medication on-site, which makes treatment easy and convenient for patients. The treatment plan works seamlessly with daily life commitments. We accept more insurance plans than any other substance use disorder treatment provider in the state, including Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare (with referral), and commercial plans.
BrightView’s compassionate and professional staff create an accessible and welcoming environment for both physical and emotional healing. BrightView is about respect for each patient, positive reinforcement, and long-term wellness. To learn more, please visit http://www.BrightViewHealth.