Recovering from addiction during the quarantine Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, you may feel worried about entering treatment. This is a very difficult time for everyone, but we hope it doesn’t stop you from seeking the help you need. We can assure you that the safety of our clients is our first priority. During this time…Details
During the COVID 19 Pandemic, there are a lot of existing health-related issues that can be difficult to treat in isolation. For people in recovery isolating themselves could trigger a relapse or worse. Amatus Recovery Centers helps people in several states including Maryland. Michael Silberman Chief Operating Officer joined 98 Rock in Baltimore with some…Details
A lot of people are having a hard time right now. That includes—maybe especially—those who have struggled with addiction. Tons of news articles are circulating about the effect isolation has on recovery. But I’m not seeing much about how well-equipped people in recovery may be to face this. Those of us who have gotten sober have weathered our own crises.Details
As people stay inside to stop the spread of COVID-19, addiction treatment is adapting. Many AA programs are holding their meetings by video. And some treatment centers, ourselves included, are now offering telemedicine services.Details
PEACHTREE CITY/RIVERDALE, GA-At Amatus Recovery Centers and our Georgia facilities, health is our top motivation. It is the reason we do what we do. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, we’ve gone above and beyond the CDC’s recommendations: cleaning, handwashing, temperature screenings, PPE, third-party hospital-grade floor-to-ceiling sanitization, minimized interactions, utilization of telehealth, and non-essential staff working from home.Details
Michael Silberman with Amatus Recovery Centers talks to Midday Maryland’s Elsa M. about the treatment adjustments and the anxiety people are suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic. All of the Amatus centers are here for you! The facilities in six states will continue to offer the full continuum of addiction treatment care to our current clients…Details
Matt Bell and JD Krenk of Midwest Recovery Center spoke to WTOL 11 to ensure the Toledo community that the center is open for service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out the entire story below!
Midwest Recovery Center CEO Matt Bell was featured on The Children’s Foundation’s monthly radio show, talking about how young kids become involved in drug use, and how to recover from addiction.Details
Amatus Recovery Centers Stays Open Through the COVID-19 Crisis to Treat People Unsure Where to Go for Help
OWINGS MILLS, MD, March 26, 2020 —People across the country struggling with a substance use or co-occurring disorder have a place to turn during the COVID-19 crisis. Amatus Recovery Centers—a group of 13 addiction and mental health treatment centers in Maryland, New Hampshire, Georgia, Ohio, Florida, and Texas—remains open. People need treatment no matter what…Details
Officials say it’s important for the center to stay open through the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more.