• TheIndyChannel

    New Carmel clinic opens to help combat opioid crisis in Indiana

    Landmark Recovery celebrated its ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday at its new Carmel location. Landmark Recovery is a 48-bed inpatient drug and alcohol rehab facility. According to the clinic, the number of fatal overdoses in Indiana has increased by 800 percent since 1999.

  • Halthline

    Why Short-Term Stress and Anxiety Can Actually Be Good for You

    Charley Melson, executive director of the addiction treatment program Praxis by Landmark Recovery in Louisville, Kentucky, and a licensed professional clinical counselor, tells Healthline the body adds adrenaline to the bloodstream when under stress. That causes physiological reactions, which include increased respiration and blood flow, slower digestion, and improved vision.

  • CURRENT PUBLISHING

    Snapshot: Landmark Recovery celebrates grand opening

    Tobyn Linton, executive director at Landmark Recovery, cuts the ribbon Aug. 1 celebrating the grand opening of the 48-patient capacity addiction treatment facility at 13590 N. Meridian St. Joining Linton are, State Sen. Jim Merritt, Carmel City Council President Jeff Worrell, Council Vice President Laura Campbell, Council At-Large member Ron Carter and Landmark Recovery employee Laura Hollowell.

  • IndyStar

    ‘Addiction is addiction no matter where you go’: Treatment center to open in Carmel

    But addiction doesn’t discriminate, which is why Landmark Recovery plans to open its first Indiana location in Carmel in early August. Landmark, which has facilities in Kentucky, will operate a 48-bed facility in a former plastic surgery center near the intersection of 136th Street and North Meridian Street. The center will be one of the first inpatient treatment programs in Carmel.

  • Wave 3 News

    Louisville woman shares story of addiction and recovery

    Praxis by Landmark Recovery is a 36-bed Medicaid facility offering that help and it’s typically full. Advocates say the community needs more places like it. Washington went in for recovery in 2013 and she’s been sober ever since. She shares her story in hopes to show that people can change.

  • Behavioral Healthcare Executive

    Landmark Recovery to Open Residential Facility in Carmel, Ind.

    Landmark Recovery of Carmel will offer residential and intensive outpatient services, with programs including detox treatment for withdrawal symptoms, as well as group and individual therapy sessions, and family counseling and follow-up support.

  • PR Newswire

    Landmark Recovery Opens Doors in Indiana

    CARMEL, Ind., July 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Landmark Recovery, a premier drug and alcohol rehab organization, is announcing the open house of their new residential treatment center in Carmel, Indiana. The facility houses 48 beds and will provide state-of-the-art treatment services to those struggling with addiction.

  • Fox 59

    ‘Addiction doesn’t discriminate’: New addiction treatment facility to open in Carmel

    Administrators from Landmark Recovery said there can be a stigma with addiction and that people believe it's only in certain neighborhoods, but they said that's not true. “People have an idea of what addiction looks like based on television and some tropes,” Landmark Recovery Chief Clinical Officer Michelle McGinnis said. “We do occasionally have a 65-year-old grandmother who started on pain pills and is now abusing heroin.”

  • Behavioral Healthcare Executive

    PRAXIS BY LANDMARK RECOVERY OPENS LOUISVILLE RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITY

    Praxis by Landmark Recovery, a Medicaid-focused drug and alcohol rehabilitation company, has opened a 36-bed residential treatment center in Louisville, Kentucky. The facility will offer treatment for addiction and co-occurring mental health challenges.

  • behavioral Healthcare Executive

    Praxis by Landmark Recovery Opens Louisville Residential Treatment Facility

    Praxis by Landmark Recovery, a Medicaid-focused drug and alcohol rehabilitation company, has opened a 36-bed residential treatment center in Louisville, Kentucky. The facility will offer treatment for addiction and co-occurring mental health challenges. Programming includes detox treatment, group and individual therapy sessions led by master’s-level clinicians, family counseling, follow-up support, and life skills training.