Pinnacle Treatment Centers Expands Ohio Substance Abuse Treatment Network with Opening of Niles Location

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Niles, Ohio – January 3, 2023 Pinnacle Treatment Centers, one of the largest methadone providers in the U.S. announced the opening of a new treatment center in Niles. The center will be Pinnacle’s 20th location in the Buckeye State.

Dedicated to helping adults struggling with substance use and addiction recovery, Niles Treatment Services will provide medication-assisted treatment through medications methadone and buprenorphine (Suboxone) as part of a thorough treatment program which includes individual, group, and family counseling. Patients will have access to other wrap around services like peer support and targeted case management.

“We understand that addiction affects multiple facets of a person’s life. While the physical stabilization through medication is key, that is just one weapon in our arsenal. While the medication takes care of the physical piece by helping with cravings, we can work in parallel to help restore the other areas affected by the disease through counseling, peer support, and case management” said Angelica Brewer, Niles’ Executive Director.

Peer support will provide patients with the encouragement to continue their personal development to develop the skills they need for long-term recovery. “Peer support is just one aspect of the wrap-around services we provide our patients. They have a unique ability to connect with, advocate for, and share experiences with people entering recovery. An often-overlooked aspect of successful recovery is a network of experts equipped with tools to support someone on their journey,” said Jennifer Morgenstern, Pinnacle Treatment Services Regional Director.

Trumbull County, where Niles is located, has one of the highest drug overdose death rates in the state. With Fentanyl on the rise, 2020 saw a death rate increase of 32% according to the Ohio Department of Health.

Multifaceted support and connection to community resources like housing, employment, education, and healthcare is at the forefront of case management efforts. “We have been reaching Ohioans through our network of treatment centers across every level of care, and we hope that those in need of services know that help is available.” said Brian Thorn, COO of Pinnacle Treatment Centers.

Niles Treatment Services accepts Medicaid, commercial insurance, and offers reasonable self-pay rates. The center is open Mondays through Fridays, 5:30 a.m. – 7p.m., and on Saturdays, 5:00 a.m.- 10 a.m. Individuals can call 234-544-3322 for a free, confidential assessment.

Pinnacle’s 20 addiction treatment centers in Ohio include:

  1. Akron Treatment Services
  2. Athens Treatment Services
  3. Brilliant Treatment Services
  4. Chillicothe Treatment Services
  5. Covedale Treatment Services
  6. Dayton Treatment Services
  7. Elyria Treatment Services
  8. Findlay Treatment Services
  9. Georgetown Treatment Services
  10. Hamilton Treatment Services
  11. Marion Treatment Services
  12. Milford Treatment Services
  13. Niles Treatment Services
  14. Recovery Works Columbus
  15. Recovery Works Portage
  16. Sandusky Treatment Services
  17. Springfield Treatment Services
  18. Toledo Treatment Services
  19. Youngstown Treatment Services
  20. Zanesville Treatment Services

About Pinnacle Treatment Centers

Headquartered in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, Pinnacle Treatment Centers is a recognized leader in comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment serving more than 35,000 patients daily in California, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. With more than 135 community-based locations, Pinnacle provides a full continuum of quality care including medically-monitored detoxification/withdrawal management, Acute psychiatric stabilization for individuals with co-occurring substance use and mental health (dual diagnosis) treatment., residential treatment, partial hospitalization, recovery residences, intensive and general outpatient programming, and outpatient medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder. For more information, visit