Lafayette, LA – Lake Wellness Center, an innovative addiction treatment center throughout south Louisiana, expanded statewide access to its Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services for more than 750,000 patients in partnering Medicaid Certified Organizations (MCOs).
Lafayette, LA – Lake Wellness Center, an innovative addiction treatment center, announced its new partnership with Louisiana Health Care Practitioners to expand Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services throughout rural Louisiana
A Lafayette business has acquired three addiction treatment clinics in the New Orleans area targeting the opioid crisis.Lake Wellness Center has opened at 3620 Chestnut St. in New Orleans, 4330 Loveland St. in Metairie and 19411 Helenburg Road in Covington. The locations are formerly known as Townsend treatment centers.
Mayor Sharon Weston Broome announced the awarding of $135,000 in community development dollars to six local organizations tasked with improvement projects in the Scotlandville, Melrose East, Old South Baton Rouge, Glen Oaks/Zion City and Northdale/Choctaw neighborhoods…
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I highly recommend it! It's an awesome place. I attend now and they're amazing!
Great people, great intentions. Saved my life!
Excellent staff! With an amazing program! I absolutely love them!
I can't say enough about this wonderful staff. They have truly helped me and given me so much information to take with me. This is a life long disease, so you have to take the information and use it for the rest of your life.
This was a life changing experience. I’ve been clean and sober and excited about life for the first time in years. The staff not only cares about you, they regularly listen to your concerns to make the detox and recovery process as comfortable as possible.
“I Am Not a Bad Person” - Lake Wellness has saved my life. Without it, I would either be in jail or dead. This program has taught me that addiction is a disease and I am not a bad person. It has brought my family closer, allowing us to do things together without attention centered around my using.
“My Perception of Addiction was Incorrect” Lake Wellness at first seemed like a consequence for what I had done to get fired from my job. But after evaluating my life, it became evident that changes were needed. I learned that my definition of addiction was incorrect, and it’s a disease that I can manage.
“He Needed a Push” - Lake Wellness has helped to introduce me to a group of like-minded individuals with similar experiences and problems. I have always been a procrastinator and desperately needed a push. Lake Wellness has helped me to finally arrive at a starting point.