LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – BrightView, a comprehensive outpatient addiction treatment provider with 18 locations throughout Ohio, has acquired Rebound Recovery Centers with locations in Lexington, Paris, and soon to be Nicholasville.
The Lexington and Paris centers officially began operating as BrightView facilities on July 7.
Originally opened in 2017 in Paris, Rebound Recovery was created to address the opioid epidemic overwhelming Kentucky. After recognizing the significant need, Rebound Recovery expanded to Lexington in 2018 and was in the process of opening a center in Nicholasville, BrightView said in a release.
By joining BrightView, Rebound Recovery will be able to expand its services and continue to provide life-saving care to those struggling with addiction, BrightView said in a statement announcing the purchase.
The two companies use similar methods so patients “should expect minimal changes to their care,” the new owners said.
Both programs are focused on treating the disease of addiction through biological, sociological, and psychological means. Treatment programs generally include medication assisted treatment (MAT), individual and group counseling, peer recovery support, and wraparound social support services that help patients achieve lasting recovery, the company said, noting treatment programs are personalized to each patient’s specific needs.
“Rebound Recovery has had a profound impact on the lives of hundreds of patients in Central Kentucky, and we are excited to build on that legacy. We understand the delicate nature of recovery, and we are committed to ensuring a smooth transition for the patients and treatment providers,” said Dr. Shawn Ryan, a Central Kentucky native who is president and chief medical officer of BrightView.
People or families seeking help in Central Kentucky can continue to call Rebound Recovery Centers at (859) 523-3477. New patients will be accepted during the time of transition, including same-day scheduling when available. Hours of operation, providers, and services will be unchanged unless patients are otherwise notified.