The Journal Gazette
 
 
Wednesday, December 29, 2021 1:00 am

Addiction treatment center opening in Albion

ASHLEY SLOBODA | The Journal Gazette

An addiction treatment center expects to open its first in-patient facility in northeast Indiana next year, according to a news release Tuesday.

Hickory Recovery Network's Albion location will be its sixth in the state. The other locations are in central and southern Indiana cities, including Indianapolis and Terre Haute.

The facilities offer detox and residential recovery programs for drug and alcohol addiction, Hickory Recovery's website said.

Men and women of all ages can receive Hickory Recovery's services, the website said, and nearly all types of insurance are accepted, including state Medicaid and Healthy Indiana Plan.

The Albion facility will occupy the former Northridge Village nursing and rehab facility on the town's north side, Noble County Economic Development Corporation said in a news release. Hickory Recovery recently purchased the Trail Ridge Road property.

Clients are expected to be accepted early next year, the release said.

To ramp up staffing, Hickory Recovery will hold a job fair from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Jan. 10 at Augusta Hills Learning, Recreation and Community Center at 2080 W. 300 N., about 2 miles west of the stoplight in Albion, the release said. Attendees must wear a mask, the release said.

The treatment center is seeking administrative, dietary, housekeeping, maintenance and nursing staff, its website said.

Go to www.worknoble.org or call 260-636-3800 for information about the hiring event and links to jobs.

asloboda@jg.net


Share this article

Email story

Subscribe to our newsletters

* indicates required
Newsletters