CHI St Vincent Establishes Unique, New Addiction Recovery Program


LITTLE ROCK - CHI St. Vincent, in partnership with Bradford Health Services, announces the first Addiction Recovery Program in the state of Arkansas that offers the full continuum of care through an integrated approach that includes both outpatient and hospital inpatient components. The new program, located at CHI St. Vincent Infirmary in Little Rock, marks a significant step forward for the hospital system's 133 year healing ministry and recognizes the growing need for integrated, compassionate care programs that offer recovery support for addictive diseases in Arkansas.

In addition to both outpatient and inpatient services, the new Addiction Recovery Program at CHI St. Vincent Infirmary includes a private entrance to help ensure patient confidentiality. The dedicated space includes inpatient suites for 30 residential patients, 10 detox spaces and staff trained in Bradford Health Services' proven addiction treatment methodology in order to help anyone suffering from addiction to find the support and healing they need. Whether suffering from drug, alcohol, food or other substance abuse challenges, the new program incorporates a model designed to provide the necessary help patients need to overcome addiction.

The Addiction Recovery Program is part of CHI St. Vincent's commitment to help protect all Arkansans, regardless of race, gender or socioeconomic background, as this healing ministry works to create healthier communities. The program was made possible with the generous support of donors, including Bradford Health Services. To learn more about resources available through the CHI St. Vincent Addiction Recovery Program in partnership with Bradford Health Services, visit:


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