COLUMBUS, Ind. — More than 60 people turned out within the first hour of a public open house at Columbus Regional Health’s new outpatient behavioral health clinic aimed at treating substance abuse disorders in Columbus.
The new 5,208-square-foot facility, called the Columbus Regional Health Treatment and Support Center, or TASC, will open Monday and offer medicated-assisted treatment, behavioral therapy and other services for people who are struggling with substance abuse disorders, including the abuse of alcohol, opioids, methamphetamine, cocaine and other substances.
The facility is located at 2630 22nd St. in the former Southern Indiana Gastroenterology building.
Please read Saturday’s edition of The Republic for more details.