Recovery Works adds 16 Beds


Pinnacle Treatment Network responds to ongoing opioid crisis

Staff Report



Recovery Works, Pinnacle Treatment Network opened Aug. 11, 2016. Since that time, the residential treatment facility has averaged 98 percent occupancy, often creating a wait list for services. As widely reported in local, regional and national news; Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio all continue to be hit hard by the nation’s opioid crisis.

Recovery Works of South Shore-Greenup is part of the Pinnacle Treatment Network full continuum of care. This means that individuals can enter treatment in either an outpatient or residential location with an additional opportunity to participate in transitional living.

“What is happening with drug and alcohol use in our region is extremely serious. We are pleased to offer expanded treatment at our South Shore-Greenup location. This means that people can recover in our residential program with transitional living locations near by. Our goal is to provide people with all of the tools necessary for recovery,” Patty Moskalyk, executive director, said.

The residential facility will add 16 additional beds by April 9, 2017. These beds will be used for both detox and ongoing treatment. The location does accept Medicaid and most insurances. It is a scenic and pastoral setting that provides the optimum chance for recovery.

Moskalyk added “People can take the first steps in healing and ultimately returning to their families, friends and jobs. Our facility enables individuals to dedicate total focus to their well-being. We are proud of what we offer.”

Pinnacle Treatment Network responds to ongoing opioid crisis

Staff Report