(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 02, 2016 ) Cincinnati, OH -- Fairborn Daily Herald reports that a renowned doctor in the mental health and addiction recovery communities has retired from his position as CEO of the Mental Health and Recovery Board of Clark, Greene, and Madison counties. Dr. Kent Youngman retired at the end of 2015 after 32 years of service throughout the tri-state area, including attempting to remedy the increased heroin abuse across the state and pushing for addiction to be treated as a public health issue instead of a law enforcement problem.
Cincinnati Drug Rehab, a facility also dedicated to Addiction treatment in Cincinnati and across the U.S., commends the career accomplishments of Dr. Youngman. With beliefs aligning with Dr. Youngman, the rehabilitation center is appreciative of the doctor's efforts to end the stigmas against people with substance abuse disorders and mental health issues. Now that Dr. Youngman has retired, Cincinnati Drug Rehab hopes to continue his work in bringing relief to as many people as possible.
A representative of Cincinnati Drug Rehab comments,
"Dr. Youngman's career of helping those in need is inspiring to all; we can only hope that his work has produced a new generation of professionals as dedicated to making a real and lasting improvements in the lives of others. As a national community, people living with substance abuse disorders would greatly benefit from a greater understanding of the nature of mental illness and addiction. Understanding that those struggling with addiction need treatment rather than persecution is the first step in ending the epidemic encompassing the country. Through is good work, Dr. Youngman has helped to end the stigmatization of substance abuse."
About Drug Rehab Cincinnati:
Cincinnati Drug Rehab works diligently to provide addiction treatment in Cincinnati for people across the nation. With intensive therapy options as well as holistic healing treatments, Cincinnati Drug Rehab approaches each case on an individual basis in order to provide profound healing and lasting sobriety. Additionally, clients of Cincinnati receive aid in reintegrating into society through life coaching, assistance finding housing, and resources for support.
For more information, visit http://cincinnatidrugrehab.org/ or call (513) 679-5055.
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