Company is filing a Certificate of Need (CON) with the state’s Health Facilities Commission
Livingston – As previously reported in the Upper Cumberland Business Journal, Cedar Recovery, whose mission is to solve the opioid crisis and repair communities by providing addiction treatment that works, is hosting a community town hall next Tuesday, October 3 at 5:30 p.m. at Bilbrey’s Crossing at 119 Rickman Monterey Highway in Cookeville.
Cedar Recovery is filing a Certificate of Need (CON) with the state’s Health Facilities Commission to establish a nonresidential opioid treatment program in Overton County. The company currently operates eight addiction treatment centers across the state.
The purpose of the meeting is to educate the community about the new Rickman treatment facility and answer any questions about the purpose, facility and process.
Officials at town hall are as follows:
- Dr. Stephen Loyd, Chief Medical Officer
- Joe Bond, Chief Executive Officer
- Upper Cumberland Recovery Connect
For more information on Cedar Recovery visit www.cedarrecovery.com.
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