Treatment center opens in Milford

From left, are Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long, Brandywine Counseling and Community Services CEO Dr. Lynn Fahey; Milford Mayor Archie Campell; Dr. Sandra Gibney, an emergency room doctor at Saint Francis Hospital, at the ribbon-cutting of the new Milford location of BCCS. (Submitted photo)

MILFORD — Brandywine Counseling and Community Services opened its fourth treatment center on June 21 in Milford (69 E. Masten Circle, behind County Bank).

“While BCCS has been providing state-wide services for more than seven years, this particular site provides Delaware with a central location, increases outreach and prevention services, and makes services more readily available to the Kent and Sussex communities,” said Lynn Fahey, Ph.D., CEO of BCCS.

“Addiction impacts all communities. At BCCS, we go where we are needed. Communities truly benefit from having prevention and treatment programs that are local; accessibility of these services is vital to those who need it,” said Dr. Fahey. “BCCS is determined to meet the needs of our communities head-on, with care, empathy and vigor.”

The Milford Treatment Center features:

• A 10,000-square-foot facility, including rooms to treat 300 individuals

•A Drop-in Center, which can serve 50 or more individuals per day.

•Prevention Programs for Schools, Youth, and Young Adults

•Behavioral Health Assessments for Adults and Adolescents

•Medication-Assisted Treatment – Methadone, Suboxone, Vivitrol

• Outpatient Counseling (Individual, Group, and Family)

• Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

• Psychotherapy Services

• Case Management

• Reentry Services for Adults and Adolescents

Delaware’s Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long was the featured speaker at the grand opening and talked about the importance of treatment and prevention services to the Milford community.

“As chair of Delaware’s Behavioral Health Consortium, I know all too well the gaps in services in lower Delaware,” said Lt. Gov Hall-Long. “This new treatment center will provide so many essential services to Delawareans struggling with addiction. We know that all eyes are on Delaware, and we believe we can be a model for the rest of the nation and create a system that works for everyone.”

BCCS is a non-profit organization that offers accessible behavioral health resources to those impacted by substance abuse, mental health issues, HIV, and their related challenges. Programs include prevention, education, early intervention, treatment and justice-involved services. To learn more about services at the BCCS Milford site, call 856-4700.To learn more about BCCS programs, call 302.656.2348 or visit

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