National leader advances its commitment to provide needed resources to strengthen New Jersey communities during COVID
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Crossroads Treatment Centers, a national leader in the treatment of Opioid Use Disorder, announced today that it has opened a new medication-assisted treatment center in Neptune City, New Jersey. The new center is part of the company’s clinical network that provides critical treatment services to combat the opioid crisis and strengthen communities. In total, Crossroads operates 13 treatment centers in New Jersey.
“Our new treatment center in Neptune City represents our continued commitment to providing New Jersey residents with convenient access to proven treatment methods in the battle against opioid addiction, particularly during this challenging time when barriers to treatment seem considerable,” said Rupert McCormac, M.D., CEO of Crossroads Treatment Centers. “We are committed to bringing our best-in-class treatment team and resources to communities where we’re needed to help patients get on their path to recovery.”
The medication-assisted treatment center in Neptune City is located at 2040 6th Avenue, Suite C&D, Neptune City, NJ 07753. Appointments are not required at the new center, and walk-ins are welcomed. Patients interested in seeking treatment services can call (800) 805-6989 to learn more about the new center. Crossroads accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and most major commercial insurance plans.
There are currently several job openings for qualified medical professionals at Crossroads Treatment Centers throughout New Jersey. Interested applicants can review open positions and apply at https://crossroadstreatmentcenters.isolvedhire.com/jobs/.
To learn more about Crossroads Treatment Centers, visit https://www.crossroadstreatmentcenters.com/.
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Headquartered in Greenville, S.C., Crossroads Treatment Centers is a national leader in outpatient treatment for Opioid Use Disorder, operating over 90 addiction treatment facilities across 10 states. Crossroads uses evidence-based Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) to help individuals struggling with Substance Use Disorders and Mental Health Illnesses. With proven, individualized treatment plans, the family of dedicated doctors, nurse practitioners, counselors, and professionals at Crossroads provides the highest quality of professional care to over 25,000 patients a month.