Saline County, Arkansas now has its first Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center for Women. Crowson Open Addiction Treatment Center (COATC) is owned by Derek Crowson and Leeanne Crowson. The facility opened on July 1, 2019. The facility is privately owned and sitting on eight acres with country ambiance, offering serenity with a 30-day recovery program for addiction.
According to Ms. Crowson, the co-owner of COATC, the care that is provided is both individualized and personalized, as the facility is able to treat up to five consumers at one time. It’s a comfortable home-like setting, as opposed to clinical. The facility aims to treat all clients with dignity and respect. Together, the staff has over 50 years of combined experience. COATC also has the ability to help clients with dual diagnosis, and takes private health insurance as well as self-pay clients.
Crowson Open Addiction Treatment Center provides women with a holistic approach to drug addiction recovery. It is the belief that drug replacement therapy is not the answer to recovery; therefore, the curriculum is set up around working a proven 12-step program.
This was reported by MySaline on August 6, 2019.