AUBURN, Ind. (WFFT) – Fort Wayne Recovery is expanding its drug addiction treatment care with the opening of a new facility in Northeast Indiana on Friday afternoon.
The owners of Fort Wayne Recovery officially opened their new treatment center called Allendale Treatment at 5419 County Rd. 427 in Auburn.
About Allendale Treatment
Allendale Treatment is a primary substance use disorder inpatient detox and residential stabilization center located in Auburn.
The company accepts most major health insurance plans, as well as an affordable self-pay rate for those who are uninsured.
You can learn more online at the Allendale website or by phone at 833-338-6946.
Allendale Treatment is a private detox/inpatient treatment center that will offer primary substance abuse disorder detox and stabilization.
This makes Allendale Treatment the only facility of its kind in the area, according to Mickey Ashpole, co-founder and executive director of Allendale Treatment.
“When we started this journey two years ago, we quickly found out that there was a critical need for detox services,”
said Ashpole. “We are proud to offer the only primary substance use disorder, free-standing inpatient detox and stabilization center to the local area. We provide a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere to help our patients through the withdrawal symptoms associated with detox from drugs and alcohol.”
According to a release, the center will have a team of master-level clinicians, nurses and medical staff who will focus on individualized care and making withdrawal symptoms as manageable as possible.
Allendale Treatment amenities including hotel-quality accommodations for every patient, full-body massage chairs, acupuncture, yoga, catered meals, and more.
“My goal has always been to bring quality, individualized treatment centers to northern Indiana, as opposed to having to go out of state for treatment services," said Ashpole. “Addiction treatment is a daily job, and I'm proud that we've been able to help our community by providing high quality, individualized treatment services.”
Officials said the new $1.8 million facility will create up to 30 new jobs in Auburn.