Sunrise is proud to announce we are opening a new office in Milford. Opening up this new office will allow Sunrise to offer high quality evidence-based services to the residents of the east side of Cincinnati. The office is located at 25 Whitney Dr., Suite 122 in Milford.
Sunrise is now serving members from 14 different payers at all of our locations, and we look forward to providing treatment to an ever-wider patient population as we continue these efforts going forward.
UHC Community Health
In an effort to increase access to high quality services in Dayton, Sunrise will be opening up a new office on the west side of Dayton in early December. The office is located at 1435 Cincinnati Street.
Sunrise Treatment Center recognized as one of the top workplaces in Cincinnati
Sunrise Treatment Center announces the opening of the Middletown, Ohio, office. We will be seeing clients starting Monday, April 2. The office hours are listed on the website. Please call the main scheduling number, 513-941-4999.
As Sunrise continues to grow, there has been a greater need to increase awareness of what we do. Being active in the community helps, collaborating with other groups helps, but we went to radio to produce a spot for Sunrise Treatment Center and our treatment of opioid addiction. Listen for Dr. Bill on Nash 94.1 and 96 Rock.
Dr. Jeffrey Bill and Sunrise Treatment Center became a member of the Cincinnati Regional Chamber.
Dr. Cleveland has been active in teaching students from University of Cincinnati, Xavier University and other colleges. He brought his preceptorship to Sunrise Treatment Center and continues to work with Nurse Practitioner students. “Sunrise Treatment Center offers a unique opportunity for the students interested in doing their Psych clinicals at our offices. Not only do we have a great variety of patients to see, but also an excellent medical and clinical staff interested in teaching”. We will continue to help students interested in the treatment of opiate addiction.
Sunrise Treatment Center has been reaching out to the community promoting treatment for those addicted to opiate pain medications and heroin. Part of our effort to increase the awareness of the problem and the treatment available is a series of commercials seen on local television. Take the time to review the information presented, and “Like” the videos.
November was a good month for Sunrise. We attended the events – Children of Addicted Parents at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center, and the Hamilton County Heroin Coalition at the Norwood High School. Both events were well attended. Please keep an eye out for other addiction related events and support your community.