Franklin, Tenn. – April 21, 2020 – Summit BHC (“Summit” or “the Company”), a leading provider of addiction treatment and behavioral health services, and Willingway, an alcohol and drug addiction treatment center located in Statesboro, Georgia, announce the opening of The Pines, a residential treatment center specifically designed for adolescents. The new unit is accepting...
Tragically, Georgia’s opioid crisis is still a critical health issue. The Georgia Hospital Association shares January 2019 reports from the Centers for Disease Control which indicate: Synthetic opioid overdose deaths—from substances like fentanyl—increased in Georgia more than 45 percent since 2017. Opiate prescribing rates were higher in rural Georgia than metropolitan areas of the state....
STATESBORO, GA – January 8, 2019 Willingway, an addiction treatment center in Statesboro, Georgia, is pleased to announce the hiring of Robert E. Bryan, M.D., as medical director. Dr. Robert, as he is known, was a staff physician at Willingway from 1990-2010 and served as medical director from January to July 2010. Dr. Robert brings...
Jim brings 20 years of experience to Statesboro. Jim Kress, LPC, CADC II was hired in 2017 to supervise our Outpatient Program and to assist in its expansion. Over the last year, Jim has infused Willingway’s outpatient treatment with new staff, new programs, and new ideas, all while maintaining Willingway’s tried and true approach to...
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