- Associated Press - Thursday, September 1, 2016

LEBANON, Ore. (AP) - Samaritan Health Services plans to build a 16-bed substance treatment facility at the corner of Highways 34 and 20 in Lebanon.

The Albany Democrat-Herald reports (https://is.gd/lWSoxg) that Samaritan purchased the property earlier this year. Two buildings that date to the 1940s will be demolished to make way for the treatment center.

Planners expect the $2 million project to be completed next June.

The facility will accept patients without insurance as well as those with Medicare, Medicaid or private coverage.


Information from: Albany Democrat-Herald, https://www.dhonline.com

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