A national opioid addiction treatment center has opened a new location in Palm Coast.
The New Season Treatment Center held a ribbon cutting for its new Palm Coast location at 57 Town Court, Suite 215, on Sept. 19. The New Season is opening another center on Oct. 3 in Gainesville, a press release from New Season said.
Amanda Hudak, the senior vice president of the New Season's Florida-based operations, said New Season is committed to addressing the need for comprehensive opioid-use treatment options. The company has over 30 locations in Florida, treating over 11,000 patients, and nearly 90 centers in the nation.
New Season's media coordinator Kristen McCullough wrote in an email that New Season offers medication-assisted treatments, counseling for the individual, groups and families medically-supervised withdrawal, medical exams, convenient outpatient services, referrals, confidentiality and take-home benefits after meeting criteria.
New Season plans to partner with first responders, the local hospital systems and the judicial system to open access to individuals struggling with addiction, McCullough wrote.
"We're actively engaging with local healthcare providers, community organizations and educational institutions to raise awareness about our services and ensure that individuals in need can easily access the vital help and support we offer," she wrote.