Pine Rest Opens New 12-Bed Residential Unit for Substance Use Disorder Treatment

January 17, 2022

Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services has opened a new 12-bed substance use disorder facility in Cutlerville.

The Birch Lodge Substance Use Disorder Residential Unit, located on the Cutlerville campus at 300 68th Street SE, will offer additional residential care for Pine Rest’s program and provide short-term care for patients, averaging up to 30 days stay.

Officials say that by expanding the facility from 14 beds to 26 beds, the program is expected to be able to treat up to 400 additional patients each year.

“We are thrilled to open the newly-renovated Birch Lodge facility and to expand our services that help patients take the next steps in their recovery journey,” Pine Rest President and CEO Mark Eastburg said. “This expansion of residential care is deeply needed, and it is an important response to our community’s mental health struggles as a result of the pandemic. We are excited to provide an expanded space that will offer a continuum of care for those who seek support.”

For more information about the Birch Lodge Residential Unit, call Pine Rest’s central access number at 866.852.4001 or visit www.pinerest.org/residential-short-term.

ADDITIONAL STORIES

Pine Rest opens new 12-bed residential unit for substance use treatment in Grand Rapids, MLIve (February 1, 2022)
Pine Rest opens a new 12 bed residential unit in Cutlerville, FOX17 (January 19, 2022)
Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services cuts ribbon at new substance abuse facility, WZZM13 (January 18, 2022)
Pine Rest opens new residential unit for substance use disorder treatment, WOODTV8 (January 18, 2022)
Pine Rest’s new 12-bed residential unit designed to help with growing substance abuse disorder, WKTV Journal (January 18, 2022)
Grand Rapids facility expands as ‘problematic alcohol use’ rises 30% during pandemic, WZZM13 (January 17, 2022)
Pine Rest opens new substance use disorder facility in Cutlerville, WOODTV8 (January 14, 2022)

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