Saline County now has its first Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center for Women. Crowson Open Addiction Treatment Center (COATC) is owned by Derek and Leeanne Crowson. They opened the facility on July 1st and it has it all. Privately owned and sitting on eight acres with country ambiance, they offer serenity with a 30-day recovery program.
“We only take up to five clients at a time so that we can offer personalized care,” says Leeanne.
It’s a comfortable home setting, not clinical. Leeanne says they treat all clients with dignity and respect. Together, the staff has over 50 years of combined experience.
Derek adds, “This program was put together with Dr. Paul Loop, Ken Arnold, my wife Leeanne, and myself in order to offer an outstanding addiction recovery program, without the use of drug replacement therapy. We use a proven 12-step program along with knowledgeable staff to ensure the highest outcomes.”
COATC also has the ability to help clients with dual diagnosis, and takes private health insurance and self-pay clients.
The facility is located at 1807 E. Lawson Road in Little Rock, just inside Saline County. Visit them online at www.thecrowsoncenter.com or www.facebook.com/COATC-866102527077788. Contact COATC at [email protected] or call 501-904-8711