CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Region Ten is expanding substance use treatment options for men.

Monday, the mental health service celebrated the reopening of the Mohr Center. It's a residential treatment detox center for men struggling with substance abuse.

The building is on East Market Street in Charlottesville. The center is newly renovated, with four additional beds.

Monday afternoon, people were able to tour the facility, meet staff, and learn about services.

"The functionality is much better for treatment, over the years the program has evolved with the need of the community to increase its emphasis on treatment and so being able to remodel with that in mind is very helpful,” Marny Bentley of Region Ten said.

Admission to the Mohr Center happens through a referral from Region Ten or a neighboring community services board.

Release from Region Ten:

Region Ten is celebrating the re-opening of the Mohr Center, a residential treatment detox center for men struggling with substance abuse today, May 14 th , from 1PM – 3PM.

The newly renovated Mohr Center, located at 1014 E. Market Street in Charlottesville, will expand substance abuse treatment opportunities for Region Ten clients. The public is invited to a tour of the renovated facility, to meet center staff and to learn about services.

The Mohr Center provides a compassionate space for men struggling with addiction to begin their recovery journey. Some of the services offered at the Mohr Center are detoxification services, residential treatment, medication assisted treatment, care coordination, psychoeducation, auricular acupuncture, clinical services, family education and support, continuing care planning, and linkage to community recovery networks.

Admission for the Mohr Center will happen through a referral from Region Ten or neighboring Community Services Board.