“We're excited to be embarking on this new journey, and we look forward to continuing to serve those who are seeking referral, information, and treatment services for diseases of addiction,” says Tib Albach
(PRWEB) August 27, 2012
NTS, the nationally recognized leader in behavioral healthcare, has announced that it has partnered with Tib Albach and Bart Emmons of Sober Living Midwest to expand services into St. Louis, MO. The partnership expands the treatment options available to clients and families in St. Louis and surrounding areas, including those affected by alcoholism, drug addiction, and dual diagnoses.
The new affiliation between Tib and Bert and NTS affords both the opportunity to offer state-of-the-art, compassionate, effective residential treatment at NTS’ exquisite facilities in Orange County, California. “NTS-St. Louis works closely with professional referral sources (therapists, counselors, social workers, psychologists, physicians, clergy, and others), family members, and clients in determining the most appropriate level of care and arranging admission when it is required,” says, NTS president and CEO Mike Neatherton, NTS programs and facilities are licensed and certified, and the highly qualified staff is passionately invested in positive outcomes for all clients.
“We're excited to be embarking on this new journey, and we look forward to continuing to serve those who are seeking referral, information, and treatment services for diseases of addiction,” says Tib Albach. “With the opening of our new St. Louis office we are prepared to serve the St. Louis community, and invite clients and their families to call or email either Bert or me for assistance.”
About: Located in Southern California, NTS is a nationally recognized drug rehab and alcoholism treatment center that offers an array of treatment programs designed to address the varying needs of individuals and families suffering from chemical dependency. NTS also specializes in the treatment of dual diagnosis disorders where both mental health and addiction treatment is required. For more information, please visit http://www.livingsober.com.