Thank You to all who Celebrated our Open House

cutting ribbon at open house thank you to all who celebrated our open house

A huge thank you to everyone who joined us to celebrate the completion of our brand new 10-bed cottage! It was a true honor to be joined by our Columbiana Mayor, Dr. Stancil Handley, who assisted us with our ribbon cutting and celebration! We look forward to making an even greater impact in this community, and please know that we wouldn’t be able to provide the care we offer if it wasn’t for such a supportive community.  Please check out the photos below for highlights of the event, and thank you all again!

If you did not have a chance to stop by and visit us on Thursday, we would still love to give you a tour and introduce you to our staff. If you would like to arrange a visit or learn more about the program, please reach out to Kristin Canan by calling 920-850-6496 or emailing kcanan@magnolia-creek.com

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Linda Smith, Executive Director of Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders announcing awards

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Linda Smith, Executive Director, with Medical Director, Dr. Patrick Tapia accepting his award for years of service and dedication to Magnolia Creek 

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Columbiana Mayor Stancil Handley enjoying a laugh with CEO of Odyssey Behavioral Health, Scott Kardenetz

 

Magnolia creek open house ribbon cut

Keynote Speaker: Scott Kardenetz, CEO of Odyssey Behavioral Health and owner of Magnolia Creek

 

It is official! Time to celebrate!

***Thank you to Greater Shelby County Chamber of Commerce for helping us commemorate this event through sharing your photos***

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