Treatment Dynamics and Summit Behavioral Health Announce New Partnership

Treatment Dynamics, recently celebrating twenty years of providing quality addiction treatment, has joined ranks with the most dynamic, up and coming substance abuse treatment organization in NJ.

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This combination promises to reinvent the treatment experience for those seeking help in battling the devastating illness of addiction.

New Jersey (PRWEB) April 04, 2014

Treatment Dynamics and Summit Behavioral Health have just announced their new partnership.

Treatment Dynamics, recently celebrating twenty years of providing quality addiction treatment, has joined ranks with the most dynamic, up and coming substance abuse treatment organization in NJ.

Summit Behavioral Health, with locations in Doylestown, PA. Princeton Junction, Union, Bradley Beach and a residential facility slated to open in Morris County, NJ in the near future, will join with Treatment Dynamics facilities in Florham Park and Newton, NJ. With plans to develop a network of detox facilities, outpatient centers and residential treatment centers in the near future, this merger promises a system of care that will provide an unprecedented level of quality treatment to both adolescents and adults suffering from substance abuse and related problems.

There will be a centralized access center, transportation at some sites, and the integration of psychiatric, medical, individual and programmatic services throughout the system. This will allow for unified treatment with dignity throughout the state.

Tom Allen, the CEO/co-founder of Summit Behavioral Health brings business savvy and a passion to provide quality service. Nelson Hadler, the executive director of Treatment Dynamics, brings thirty years of experience and a dynamic approach to treatment. This combination promises to reinvent the treatment experience for those seeking help in battling the devastating illness of addiction.

For more information visit http://www.SummitHelps.com.


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