Tuscarawas County to get treatment center for male addicts

Tuscarawas County to get treatment center for male addicts

Natalie Bollon

DENNISON ‒ Tuscarawas County will quickly have its first remedy center for adult men having difficulties with drug or alcoholic beverages dependancy.

The Alcohol, Drug Habit and Psychological Overall health (ADAMHS) Board of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties will be placing the undertaking out for bid in the up coming 4 to six weeks. The $2.25 million facility will be crafted on a 3.3-acre tract on Dudgeon Way, off of Stillwater Avenue. The website is close to the U.S. Route 250/state Route 800 intersection.

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The 7,000-square-foot constructing will have 16 beds, a conference area and places of work for counselors and a household manager’s workplace. It will be operated by Ohio Guidestone, which currently runs a procedure center for females in Tuscarawas County.