New Orleans Based Longbranch Recovery and Wellness Acquires New You Rehab Association

New Orleans Based Longbranch Recovery and Wellness Acquires New You Rehab Association

New Orleans, LA – Longbranch Recovery and Wellness Center, a leading addiction and mental health treatment facility in Louisiana, is pleased to announce the acquisition of New You Drug & Alcohol Rehab Association, a nationwide organization dedicated to supporting individuals with addictive disorders and their families.

Expanding A Nationwide Resource

New You Drug & Alcohol Rehab Association has been a robust platform in the fight against addiction, representing providers across the United States. The organization’s website, nyrehab.org, has served as a valuable resource for families and individuals seeking informative content on addiction treatment. This acquisition will enable Longbranch Recovery and Wellness Center to amplify its already extensive reach, both locally and nationally, in combating addiction and mental health issues.

A Leader in Comprehensive Care

Located in the heart of Louisiana, with centers in Abita Springs, Metairie, and Covington, Longbranch Recovery and Wellness is the premiere treatment program in the state. The center offers a full continuum of care – ranging from residential treatment to aftercare – designed to uproot the underlying trauma and mental health conditions causing patients’ suffering.

In a continuous effort to provide exceptional and effective care, Longbranch Recovery employs innovative and evidence-based techniques in the treatment of substance use disorders. “Our clinical setting is designed to be an environment where vulnerability is honored, thereby promoting true healing,” said Emily Meyers, CEO at Longbranch Recovery.

Recognizing the critical role of scientific research in addiction treatment, Longbranch’s methods are accredited by leading bodies and licensed by state and national boards. Their aim is to transform lives, not just in New Orleans but across the nation.

A Spectrum of Proven Therapeutic Approaches

Longbranch’s team of licensed clinicians offer a diverse range of evidence-based treatments for alcohol and substance use disorders

This comprehensive suite of therapeutic modalities reinforces Longbranch’s position as a leading center for addiction treatment, focusing on not just symptom alleviation but also on comprehensive wellness and long-term recovery.

Strengthening Mental Health Services

In addition to its comprehensive addiction services, Longbranch also boasts a specialized outpatient mental health program. This initiative offers focused clinical treatment for conditions such as depression, anxiety, and other behavioral health issues without the need for residential mental health treatment.

“The acquisition of New You Rehab Association aligns perfectly with our mission to provide top-quality, holistic care to those in need,” said Michelle Roy, Director of Business Development of Longbranch Recovery. “We are excited to integrate NYRehab’s extensive resources and network into our existing operations, thereby offering an even richer tapestry of support for individuals and families dealing with addiction and mental health issues.”

About Longbranch Recovery and Wellness Center

Longbranch Recovery and Wellness is a New Orleans based addiction and mental health treatment center offering a wide range of services designed to support the complete recovery journey. From residential to aftercare programs, Longbranch is committed to providing the highest quality of care to help individuals find the road to recovery.

Media Contact

Company Name
Longbranch Recovery & Wellness Center
Contact Name
Michelle Roy
Phone
(504) 677-8464
Address
2329 Edenborn Ave
City
Metairie
State
LA
Postal Code
70001
Country
United States
Website
https://www.longbranchrecovery.com/new-orleans-addiction-treatment-center/

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