ORLANDO, Fla.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--New Season, a nationwide network of accredited opiate addiction recovery centers, has opened two new clinics and plans to open one more in early April to assist those in Mississippi affected by the nation’s opioid epidemic to rebuild their lives.
“New Season is dedicated to helping individuals and families struggling with opioid addiction rebuild lives in a safe, private environment. Our vision is to be an integral part of strengthening community wellness and we are pleased to now be offering our services in Mississippi where such a great need exists”
The clinics are:
● Meridian Treatment Center, 2419 10th Street, Meridian, MS 39301; Phone: 601-282-1600 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://newseason.com/clinics/meridian-treatment-center/
● Biloxi Treatment Center, 1989 Pass Rd, Biloxi, MS 39531 Phone: 228-207-1248 Email: email@example.com Website: https://newseason.com/clinics/biloxi-treatment-center/
● Desoto County Treatment Center (opening 4/3), 8900 Delta Bluffs Cove, Walls, MS 38680 Phone: 662-510-4660 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://newseason.com/clinics/desoto-county-treatment-center/
According to federal and state health officials, Mississippi has been one of the states hardest hit by the nation’s opioid scourge. The Mississippi Department of Health has reported that opioid prescriptions now outnumber citizens with an average of 1.2 prescriptions for every man, woman and child in the state, one of the highest rates in the country. Today, drug overdoses lead to almost 40 percent more deaths than motor vehicle accidents and opioids are the leading cause. Mississippi had 336 deaths in 2014, according to the Centers of Disease Control, representing a 7 percent increase over the prior year. However, this number may be much lower than the real figure. According to the former Mississippi State Medical Association, many overdose deaths are not counted because autopsies are rarely done in drug overdose cases.
“New Season is dedicated to helping individuals and families struggling with opioid addiction rebuild lives in a safe, private environment. Our vision is to be an integral part of strengthening community wellness and we are pleased to now be offering our services in Mississippi where such a great need exists,” said Fran Bolden, Operations Director for New Season.
About New Season:
New Season is a nationwide group of accredited opiate addiction treatment centers demonstrating a commitment to the highest level of quality service and continuous improvement using the most innovative recovery techniques. Our accredited programs deliver the best standards of care directed by clinicians and develop custom plans to address each patient’s needs. Comprehensive outpatient services include medication-assisted treatment with medications like methadone, buprenorphine, and suboxone, counseling, medical exams, and quality monitoring by a complete team of addiction recovery professionals. For more information, go to www.newseason.com.