CAMDEN, NJ – The Cooper Center for Healing is opening a new community-based office in downtown for people with substance addictions and related disorders.
Located in the Bridgeview Building at 800 Cooper St., the new office will provide more opportunities for people to receive treatment for substance use. The Cooper Center for Healing offers open-access, accepting walk-in patients from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Cooper Center for Healing, which includes Cooper University Health Care’s Addiction Medicine Division, is “committed to providing compassionate, accessible, academic-level care to those suffering from substance use disorders,” said Dr. Kaitlan Baston, who heads the division. “Our comprehensive, team approach has helped thousands of patients successfully regain control of their lives.”
Cooper’s Center for Healing provides people with group and individual behavioral therapy, group medical appointments (within state capacity limits for COVID-19), financial navigation, and community resource navigation.
“Cooper is a leader in the treatment of substance use disorders. This new office will improve access and the experience for our patients,” said Dr. Eric Kupersmith, chief physician executive at Cooper.
In January, Cooper partnered with Advanced Recovery Systems to open The Recovery Village Cherry Hill, a new, 90-bed inpatient drug and alcohol treatment center. This state-of-the-art facility offers a full continuum of care for adults struggling with addiction and related mental health disorders.
More information about Cooper’s services are at: www.cooperhealth.org/services/addiction-medicine.