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Aspire Indiana Health to open recovery center

(photo courtesy of Aspire Indiana Health)

ANDERSON, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Noblesville-based Aspire Indiana Health and Progress House of Indianapolis will Friday cut the ribbon on a new treatment center in Anderson for men with substance use disorder. The organizations say the Mockingbird Hill Recovery Center is part of their Whole Health Recovery Continuum model.

Plans for the center were first announced in September 2019. The facility, which opened to patients March, includes addiction treatment, mental health therapy, primary medical care and support services, such as skills training and education, housing assistance and job placement.

Aspire says the facility can house approximately 100 men and employs a staff of 40.

The ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday and will include state and local officials, including State Rep. Terri Austin (D-Anderson) and Doug Huntsinger, executive director for drug prevention, treatment and enforcement for Governor Eric Holcomb.