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Behavioral Health Group Announces New Addiction Treatment Center in Houston Suburb
Houston, TX - Today, Behavioral Health Group (BHG) announced the opening of its new treatment center in Humble TX. The Center provides comprehensive outpatient treatment for patients suffering from opioid addiction. The BHG Humble Treatment Center's Program Director can be reached directly at 281-540-0331.
Jay Higham, Chief Executive Officer, said, "This is the second location that BHG has opened "from the ground up." The opening of this facility demonstrates our commitment to expand treatment coverage into areas that are underserved. As a demonstration of our commitment to ensuring patients who need our services are able to get into treatment, we are offering all new patients a special introductory pricing program of $1 per day in treatment. We believe this will help patients who need services to get started in treatment without concern for cost."
Dwight Mussleman, BHG Chief Development Officer, added, "Our focus is to continue to grow and meet the needs of patients. There was not an Outpatient Addiction Treatment Center in the greater Northeast Houston area until now. The BHG - Humble Texas location is designed with patient convenience and comfort in mind and offers excellent parking, better patient flow and more efficient service from our staff which results in better patient care."
Behavioral Health Group (BHG) is a leading provider of opioid addiction treatment services. BHG utilizes pharmacotherapy (maintenance and detoxification) as well as counseling to treat both the biochemical and psychosocial aspects of addiction. In doing so, BHG offers patients their best opportunity for a successful recovery. With 30 outpatient treatment centers across the Midwest/South/Southeast, BHG provides a critical service to thousands of individuals and their communities throughout the country. BHG treatment centers are accredited by The Joint Commission.
For more information please contact Dwight Mussleman, Chief Development Officer, at 214-365-6114.