Detox is often the first step for someone to overcome their addiction. Detox, withdrawal management, and medical stabilization prepare the individual to be both physically and emotionally...
The quality of any organization starts with its leadership. Organizational leadership drives the vision of an organization and supports employees and staff in delivering on that vision. That is possibly even more vital when looking at an addiction treatment center or rehab facility.
Innovo Detox, located in Adams County, Pennsylvania, is pleased to announce that Mallorie Schwartzman has been promoted to the new position of Director of Business Development.
On Thursday, March 5th we held our Open House for Innovo Detox in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania in preparation for opening our doors to accept patients on Monday, March 16th. It was a lovely day. The facility was spotless.
While detox is often considered an experience that is only medically focused, at Innovo Detox we believe that detox is only the first step in a vital continuum of care that will support patients in finding sustainable, lasting recovery.
For many patients, the greatest bonds they form when they enter treatment is with the recovery support staff. The direct support staff are able to quickly develop trust and a relationship with patients, which offers support as they get through their first days of what can sometimes be a difficult detox.
At Innovo Detox we feel it’s important for potential patients, their families, and professional colleagues to meet our staff and know who we are, so they can have a level of trust before starting the often scary process of detox and medical stabilization before continuing on in their process of recovery.
Innovo Detox: Taking All Necessary Precautions to Ensure Patient and Staff Health and Safety during COVID-19
Here at Innovo Detox, we understand the ongoing uncertainty and anxiety surrounding the coronavirus public health pandemic. However, we also know that people seeking detox in Pennsylvania and the surrounding Mid-Atlantic area cannot put on hold seeking services. Addiction is too deadly an epidemic to “wait till COVID ends.”