A Renewed Mind, a Perrysburg-based mental health treatment firm with branches in Bryan, Wauseon and Napoleon, recently announced it will be adding a 10-bed men’s recovery housing residence at its Napoleon Crisis Care and Counseling Center in September.

In conjunction with the addition, A Renewed Mind will also introduce a partial hospitalization program treating substance use and mental health disorders at 600 Freedom Drive.

“Research has shown that the longer an individual can remain substance-free, the better the recovery rates. This change will allow the men at the Renewal Center, 1895 Oakwood Drive in Napoleon, the longevity needed to further their recovery in a safe, sober environment,” said Matt Rizzo, CEO and president of A Renwed Mind.

He added that the partial hospitalization program will serve as a step up and/or step down level of care needed in addition to inpatient residential treatment center and recovery housing operated by A Renewed Mind.

Changes also include closing a five-bed women’s recovery house in Wauseon. The beds will be reassigned to the men’s recovery house. A Renewed Mind is working with community stakeholders to gauge interest for another organization to run the women’s recovery house. A Renewed Mind will continue to treat women on an outpatient basis at both locations in Napoleon.

Major funding from the Four County Alcohol Drug and Mental Health Services (ADAMhs) Board and from private donors as well as the Henry County Commissioners has made the Oakwood Drive and Freedom Drive initiatives possible.

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