Houston, May 19 – Following a year of community support and dialogue, Cenikor opened its doors to the Farmington, New Mexico community. Welcoming a number of elected officials, community leaders, and referral partners, Cenikor hosted a public ribbon cutting at its facility located in Farmington. Over 30 guests attended the ceremony and toured the facility.
“Almost 25% of the counties in New Mexico have an overdose rate that is higher than the average United States overdose rate. The opening of Cenikor Farmington is an important step to assisting those suffering from substance and alcohol addiction,” said Bill Bailey, President, and CEO of Cenikor. “We are thankful for the community during this transition and collaborative effort to help those seeking recovery.”
Cenikor Farmington will continue the services that were offered by Four Winds Recovery Center, and we will be offering medically supportive withdrawal management, ASAM level 3.7. In the next few months, Cenikor Farmington will also be offering additional programs at its facility. These programs will increase availability of recovery treatment options for individuals seeking treatment.
We are grateful for the support of several elected officials, and community leaders, including U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, U.S. Senator Ben Lujan, U.S. Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernández, New Mexico Senator William Sharer, New Mexico State Senator Stephen Neville, New Mexico State Representative Rod Montoya, New Mexico State Representative, James Strickler, New Mexico State Representative Ryan Lane, New Mexico State Representative Anthony Allison, Farmington Chamber of Commerce, San Juan County, and the communities of Aztec, Bloomfield, and Farmington.
Cenikor is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that offers an array of successful rehabilitation programs, tailored to treat people who want to be free from substance use. Since its inception in 1967, Cenikor has been dedicated to helping those in need. Cenikor continues to evolve to offer supportive services to veterans, adults, and adolescents in several cities across Texas, and neighboring states. More than 150,000 lives have been changed in the process.
For more information about this news release, please contact Michael Jenkins, Legislative Affairs and Media Relations Manager, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you or someone you know is seeking treatment for substance use disorder, call Cenikor today at 1-888-236-4567.