Stow Council gives a few readings to proposed detox heart

Stow City Council is considering whether to allow an alcohol and drug detox center in the city.

Stow City Council is thinking of no matter whether to allow for a drug and alcohol detoxification facility to open in the previous Cherry Creek Acres on Graham Road, but is providing the make any difference a few readings in buy to allow for community input.

If authorised, it would be the 1st cleansing center in the city. 

The home, which is upcoming door to Woodland Elementary Faculty, is at this time owned by Paul Zuravel and has been vacant for a number of years.

Astra, a business that operates in the behavioral health treatment realm, is seeking to launch a new sub-acute detox center in the space to services any person who wants help. 

Matt Dore, Astra operations officer, mentioned Astra is fascinated in purchasing the assets from Zuravel, but would only do so if they receive Council’s approval.