Green Bay – The community is invited to tour and learn more about Libertas Treatment Center in Green Bay on Tuesday, Sept. 18, during an open house event.
 
Libertas, located at 1701 Dousman St., is an alcohol and drug rehabilitation treatment center for adolescents and adults. At Libertas, substance use disorders are treated with a dedicated team of experts, providing support and compassion to help patients along the road to recovery.
 
Recently, updates were made to the Libertas facility to enhance the look and feel of patient rooms, and to create an environment that reflects the holistic, compassionate care provided at Libertas. The open house event will provide guests the opportunity to see those updates, and to learn more about inpatient and outpatient programming which now includes therapies such as yoga and art. Libertas providers and staff will also be present to meet guests, and complimentary hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be on hand.
 
Community Open House

  • 4 to 6 p.m.

  • Tuesday, Sept. 18

  • Libertas Treatment Center – 1701 Dousman St. in Green Bay

 
To learn more about Libertas Treatment Center, visit: www.libertastreatment.org
 
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About Libertas Treatment Center
Libertas Treatment Center is the only private inpatient substance use disorder facility in Eastern Wisconsin. Libertas services for adolescents and adults are located in Green Bay and Marinette. For more information, visit www.libertastreatment.org or call (920) 498-8600.

 

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Angela Deja

Public Relations Manager
HSHS Wisconsin
Office: (920) 272-3360
angela.deja@hshs.org

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