Women’s treatment center set to open on 676
With an opening date set for Monday, community-based women’s recovery from addiction has a new home in Washington County.
Sunday through Tuesday night three forums were hosted in Parkersburg, Belpre and Marietta inviting diverse groups to the table to discuss addiction, its causes, impact and potential solutions.
On Ohio 676 just outside of Marietta city limits sits the former Hannah’s House, a women’s respite care facility, now to be utilized by Land of Goshen Treatment Center, Inc. which has Medicaid-paid treatment facilities in Ironton and Malta.
The facility used to house 15 women under Hannah’s House, according to Connie Strahler, a former employee who toured the building Friday.
“They’ve painted a lot, and the security cameras are new,” noted Strahler as she toured the renovated bedrooms and counseling rooms last week.
Now, the Marietta treatment center will continue the faith-based residential treatment program built through Land of Goshen locally, beginning with clients post-detox.View Full Article