Hazelden Betty Ford in New Seattle Outpatient Center

09/19/2018 -ATIN- Hazelden Betty Ford, the world famous center based in Minnesota, is planning to open an intensive outpatient facility in the Seattle area, it's fifteenth clinical center. Opening is slated for early 2019.

Shortly after the historic merger of Palm Springs-based Betty Ford with Hazelden in late 2013, CEO Mark Mishek unveiled plans for an aggressive nationwide rollout of outpatient clinics, the latest example of which is the new Seattle area center.

Hazelden Betty Ford has in fact not been at all aggressive about the rollout, with just a few centers opening since 2014.The new Seattle area outpatient facility -to be named Hazelden Betty Ford in Bellevue- will  employ eight people initially.

"We heard from a number of Seattle-area business and healthcare leaders, who said additional quality treatment services were needed to meet swelling demand brought on by the opioid overdose epidemic and broader addiction crisis," said Mishek. "The local leaders who invited us into the area identified a specific need for medication-assisted treatment services to help individuals and families affected by opioid addiction," Mishek said.

Hazelden will be offering a therapeutic regimen it calls Comprehensive Opioid Response with the Twelve Steps, or COR-12, a trade marked treatment methodology.

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