Pinnacle Hires New Regional Director of Outpatient Services

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Monday, June 25, 2018
Eastern Pennsylvania

Pinnacle Treatment Centers Network has hired Jason Snyder as its newest Regional Director of Outpatient Services in Eastern Pennsylvania. Snyder, a leader in the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, was most recently the Special Assistant to the Human Services Secretary. In that role he assisted the Secretary and other executive staff on the establishment of policies around addiction initiatives. He has been a frequent speaker to stakeholders across the Commonwealth.

Snyder also oversaw Governor Wolf’s Centers of Excellence (of which two are Pinnacle Treatment Centers Network locations.) This is the Governor’s largest investment in fighting the states opioid epidemic. It has created widespread awareness for the necessity of treatment.

His 20-year career has included public relations, communications and non profit management. His passion for addiction stems from the two overdose deaths of his siblings and his personal recovery from addiction. He is a frequent speaker on the topic. Jason is a lifelong Pennsylvanian and has been in recovery for over 6 years.

“Pennsylvania has been an important place for Pinnacle Treatment Centers Network. We have worked closely with the Governor’s office and his cabinet and have had several of our locations named as Centers of Excellence. We are thrilled that Jason has joined us – due to both his personal and professional experience,” Joe Pritchard, Chief Executive Office (CEO) of Pinnacle Treatment Centers Network, said.

“I came to the world of addiction and recovery through family tragedy and my personal struggle with addiction. As a person in long-term recovery, work in this field is a calling and important to me both personally and professionally. Pinnacle works daily to help individuals who suffer from this disease. I am heartened to join their team and continue my work to help Pennsylvanians suffering from this disease find meaningful, lasting recovery,” Snyder said.

The locations that Snyder will manage include:

Hanover Treatment Services
120 Penn Street
Hanover, PA 17331

State College Medical
3091 Enterprise Drive
State College, PA 16801

Williamsport Family Medical Center
2062 Lycoming Creek Rd. Suite 8
Williamsport, PA 17701-1192

 Miners Medical
43 South Main Street
Ashley, PA 18706

Greenfield Counseling Services
11127 Perry Highway
Meadville, PA 16335-6557

Northeast Family Healthcare
1040 South West End Blvd.
Quakertown, PA 18951

Mount Pocono Medical
1151 Pocono Blvd Unit 3
Mt. Pocono, PA 18344

Pinnacle Treatment operates on a multistate basis including Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia and treats over 10,000 patients daily. This includes residential, outpatient, intensive outpatient, detox and transitional living programs.


Pinnacle Treatment Centers Network treats 10,000 individuals daily across six states. This includes Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

Pinnacle Treatment Centers Network is a full continuum of care that includes outpatient, residential, intensive outpatient, detox and transitional living programs. The organizations Outpatient Treatment Services recently opened five new locations (Akron, Chillicothe, Youngstown, Cincinnati and Dayton) and acquired facilities in Virginia. Other new locations are planned as well.

The organization focuses on the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual well-being of the individual and provides Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), individual counseling, group counseling and recommends attendance at twelve-step meetings.

All locations include physicians, nurses, administrative and support staff. For more information, please visit


Outpatient treatment is one of Pinnacle Treatment Center Network’s key treatment options. There are 13 outpatient locations across Pennsylvania.

Outpatient Treatment enables individuals to visit facilities on a sometimes-daily basis and to maintain their work and home schedules. The treatment program includes Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) which is generally Methadone, Suboxone or Vivitrol. Individuals receive personal counseling, group therapy, educational classes and are encouraged to attend outside twelve-step meetings. This approach addresses the individual’s medical, physical, spiritual and psychological challenges. All locations include a team of medical, counseling, nursing and administrative staff.