Penny Lane Centers Opens Substance Abuse Treatment Facility & Programs

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Penny Lane Centers announces the Grand Opening of their Youth Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facility and Programs; Offering the Road to Recover

Penny Lane Centers today celebrated the grand opening of its Youth Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment Facility designed to benefit more than 300 youth annually. This 50 bed center will provide evidenced based practices that promote and sustain clean and sober living.  
By providing Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Programs, which will serve not only youth (aged 12-17); but also adults at their North Hills, Lancaster and Commerce locations; this event highlights the organization’s continued commitment to meet the needs of the underserved and to expand their Mental Health programs and services.

“Drug and alcohol abuse are a continually increasing problem,” said Ivelise Markovits, the Founder and Executive Director of Penny Lane Centers, “and there are no group facilities for youth in our County. Our program will provide not only youth residential, but also desperately needed Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient services for youth and adults.”

Typically, there is a waiting list for this type of residential program and the full spectrum of care including on site mental health services and recovery support services (aftercare) will be provided.
There will be 24 hour supervision in a safe and compassionate setting; individual, group and family counseling, educational programs, and life skills, health/wellness, and fitness classes.

The Ribbon Cutting Celebration is scheduled on:

March 22, 2018
15302 Rayen St.
North Hills, CA  91343
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Local dignitaries, politicians and members of county services will be in attendance and the public is welcome.

For additional information contact Ana Cacao, Intake Director at Penny Lane Centers: 818/430-4445 or email acacao(at)PennyLane.org

Penny Lane Centers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1969 to provide an array of social and mental health services to children and youth, who have been victims of physical, mental and/or sexual abuse, neglect, abandonment, domestic violence, mental illness, crime, and drug or alcohol abuse. Assisting more than 6,000 children and their families each month - services include: Therapeutic Residential Treatment, Intensive Services, Family Preservation Services, Mentoring Program, Affordable Permanent Housing and Transitional Housing for emancipated foster youth.

For more information about Penny Lane Centers please visit http://www.pennylane.org

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