UPO reolocates Comprehensive Treatment Center

Press Release: WASHINGTON, DC – October 18, 2010 – The United Planning Organization at 33 N Street NE announced the relocation of its Comprehensive Treatment Center to the grounds of the former DC General Hospital, 1900 Massachusetts Avenue, SE Washington, DC. The UPO CTC facility is located in Building 13 on the campus.

“We believe our new location is much more conducive to UPO’s ultimate goal of assisting
DC residents overcome opioid addictions, while at the same time helping their families
better deal with the many problems associated with those addictions,” observed Frances
Bowie, director of UPO’s newly formed Community Health Division.

The Comprehensive Treatment Center provides medically-managed treatment to opiate
dependent individuals. CTC is a provider of substance abuse services under a grant from the District of Columbia Department of Health, Addiction Prevention and Recovery Program and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

Newly appointed acting center director Brenda Kelly says patients are currently
transitioning to the new location for services.


3 thoughts on “UPO reolocates Comprehensive Treatment Center

  1. Thanks for posting this press release. But it does not reference a street address.

    But the press release does not specify a street address.

    Is the UPO Comprehensive Treatment Center that is being referenced in this press release the UPO facility on the unit block of N Street NE in NoMa?

  2. I would personally recommend looking into http://www.unityrehab.com if you feel or know someone with an alcohol issue. They’re highly recommended nationwide and have such a great reputation. They offer holistic and spiritual treatment, along with a successful 12 step program that helps to reach a healthy positive recovery. Unity Rehab has very knowledgeable staff who have the ability to cater to anyones needs. Their primary focus is to make sure that you’re able to receive the help you need to reach a healthy recovery.

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