HARRISONBURG, Va. & GREENVILLE, S.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ARS Treatment Centers, a category leader in Office-Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT), announced today that its new community clinic is now open in Harrisonburg, VA. The Harrisonburg facility is the company’s sixth location in Virginia and follows the recent opening of clinics in Manassas and Fredericksburg as part of the company’s commitment to provide critical treatment resources throughout the state. In total, ARS operates more than 50 OBOT facilities in five states.
The Harrisonburg clinic, which sees patients by appointment only, is located at 590 Neff Avenue, Suite 5000, Harrisonburg, VA 22801. Patients seeking treatment services should call (866) 866-9277 to schedule an appointment. ARS accepts Medicaid and most major commercial insurance plans.
“I am pleased to announce the next step in our expansion to serve the state of Virginia. Increasing access to best-in-class addiction treatment resources is a critical step as we work to win the fight against opioid addiction,” said Brett McGennis, COO of ARS Treatment Centers. “You have our full commitment that the ARS team will continue to support the great state of Virginia as we battle addiction in our communities.”
There are currently several job openings for qualified medical professionals at ARS facilities throughout the state of Virginia. Interested applicants can review open positions and apply HERE.
To learn more about ARS Treatment Centers resources, visit www.arstreatmentcenters.com.
About ARS Treatment Centers
ARS Treatment Centers is a subsidiary of Crossroad Treatment Centers. Headquartered in Greenville, SC, together the two brands operate more than 80 addiction treatment facilities in 10 states. With proven, individualized treatment plans (medication, counseling, and toxicology services) the family of dedicated doctors, nurse practitioners, counselors, and professionals at ARS and Crossroads are able to provide the highest quality of professional care to over 20,000 patients each month. Understanding that the opioid crisis is an epidemic that demands aggressive implementation of critical resources to increase patient access to treatment, ARS has committed to opening more than 20 new treatment facilities in the third and fourth quarter of 2019.