Mountainside Begins 20M Expansion to Elevate Treatment Services

Published on May 9, 2013
Mountainside Canaan Aerial Shot

Canaan, CT–Mountainside Treatment Center recently broke ground on a new $15 million dollar building that will house its new medical detox, family wellness and outpatient facilities. Another $5 million dollars is to be spent renovating existing facilities and constructing an ancillary building.

Plans for the new addiction treatment facility have been in the works for a little more than a year and have enjoyed the ardent support of local and state officials. The facility will be a new addition to the bucolic 65 acre Mountainside campus, and will provide medical detox services for clients in and around the state.

Martin Fedor, Chief Operating Officer, who headed the development and expansion efforts, said that, “Our new facilities will complement our best in class treatment services and will provide incoming client’s primary treatment services delivered by some of the best clinicians and medical professionals in the treatment industry. The facilities themselves have no equal, the first class amenities are in a league of their own and will set a new industry standard”.

The project currently underway will include a 46,000 square foot building with three wings. The medical wing will provide luxurious accommodations for all of its patients. The bedrooms and architectural spaces were designed by award winning architects and interior designers from New York City. Construction is expected to take approximately 9 months.