Promises Behavioral Health Announces the Addition of its New Treatment Center in College Station, Texas

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Promises Behavioral Health welcomes the newest member to its family of addiction and mental health treatment centers.

Promises Behavioral Health announces addition of Promises Brazos Valley to its family of addiction and mental health treatment centers

Knowing we are entering 2021 with this opening on the horizon is not only exciting for us as an organization, but it also reiterates our mission to provide attainable, affordable and accessible mental health and substance use treatment with evidence-based clinical integrity.

Promises Behavioral Health announced today the exciting planned addition of Promises Brazos Valley, the newest member to the Promises Behavioral Health family of addiction and mental health treatment centers. Set to open in spring 2021, Promises Brazos Valley will expand the regional footprint to reach more clients including young adults and adolescents in the south central Texas area.

This year has proven difficult for the United States as the nation has struggled with COVID-19 and the repercussions that come with social distancing, isolation, and quarantining. As a result, the U.S. has seen a sharp rise in substance use disorders across the nation. Promises Behavioral Health is answering the call to treat this rising substance abuse population by adding Promises Brazos Valley in a location centralized between Austin and Houston. In the heart of the Brazos Valley in College Station, Texas, Promises Brazos Valley will reach local communities, including the local collegiate population, and provide a high quality resource for surrounding areas to find evidence-based, residential addiction treatment.

With an opening currently slated at the end of March 2021, this new treatment center will bring specific curricula tailored for adolescents and collegiate young adults and will be well-suited to help any client in need of detox. The center intends to accept VA and all major commercial insurance benefits to further align with the local community. The campus building occupies more than 50,000 square feet, which allows the various planned programming to have dedicated space so that each demographic population served can find health and healing with peers of a similar age. This generous space also allows for a full continuum of partial hospitalization and other outpatient programs. Adding the Promises Brazos Valley location helps Promises Behavioral Health, as a whole, carry out its mission of access to treatment – healing more people and reaching more communities as the nation recovers from the results of the pandemic.

“Knowing we are entering 2021 with this opening on the horizon is not only exciting for us as an organization, but it also reiterates our mission to provide attainable, affordable and accessible mental health and substance use treatment with evidence-based clinical integrity,” remarked Doug Ginn, Chief Operating Officer with Promises Behavioral Health. “We are stepping into the new year with a lot of hope for helping people heal across the nation.”

With this addition to the family of Promises facilities, recovery communities in the south central Texas region can now expect an added layer of support. With its evidence-based program models, Promises Brazos Valley will help a variety of clients, no matter their age or background, find the hope and healing they need.

About Promises Behavioral Health
Promises Behavioral Health is a family of behavioral health programs with regional brands such as The Right Step, The Ranch and Promises. The company currently operates facilities across Texas, Tennessee, Florida, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Promises offers comprehensive, innovative treatment for substance abuse, sexual addiction, trauma, eating disorders and other mental health disorders. Through its programs, the company is committed to delivering clinically sophisticated treatment that promotes permanent lifestyle change, not only for the patient but for the entire family network. For more information, please visit http://www.PromisesBehavioralHealth.com.

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