If you don’t know the name Ryan Sheridan, you soon will. The Austintown native continues to expand his drug treatment centers and has plans in the works to help revitalize downtown Youngstown.
Meet Ryan Sheridan, a local businessman who’s climbed Kilimanjaro and run the bulls – all to help his community. Derek Steyer explains, tonight, July 26 on 21 News 11pm.
We were able to donate $7,500 each to both United Way and Children’s Rehabilitation Center today. In October of last year, we took a leap and decided to take on the idea of the Youngstown Marathon. Look how far we’ve come. Thank you for your support.
A local man is continuing his efforts to raise money for a local cause with a thrill-seeking endeavor.
Ryan Sheridan is the founder and owner of Braking Point Recovery Center in Austintown. In July, he ran with the bulls to raise money for the Rich Center for Autism.
This isn’t the first time Sheridan has used his daring tasks to raise money. In February, he donated $5,500 after climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
A new restaurant will open on the first floor of the Wick Building in downtown come September.
Ryan Sheridan, owner of Braking Point Recovery in Austintown and recent purchaser of the Gallagher Building, announced he is opening the new restaurant. He made the announcement at the Downtown Youngstown Partnership meeting that took place on Thursday evening at the main library in Youngstown.
The Cove at Wick will have an industrial coastal feel to it with a fresh menu, Sheridan said.
“I wanted something that felt like you were on vacation,” Sheridan said. “It’s going to be something different.”
This year’s Steel Valley Super Nationals’ Kids Town is sponsored by Ryan Sheridan, Braking Point Recovery Center.
Ryan Sheridan has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and built businesses. But Thursday was something that has never happened before — he and his three brothers have all been on the same work site together.
Sheridan’s real estate company closed on the sale April 10 in order to acquire the former Horn Nursing Center. Sheridan Property Group LLC purchased the property for $1.75 million.
Sheridan bought the building in order to open his third location of Braking Point Recovery Center, one of his businesses.
The opioid crisis in Ohio continues to grow. So how do we stop it? How do we keep our communities drug free? Tom Dailey of Braking Point Recovery Center, talks about the reality of the crisis and what’s being done to help stop it. He will be at the Town Hall meeting in Columbus tonight, April 18, 2017 Confronting the Drug Crisis.
Braking Point Recovery Center has a compassionate staff that understands that addiction is a disease, not a choice. Learn more about the new Columbus, Ohio facility here.
Braking Point’s Tom Dailey sat down and talked with NBC4 WCMH-TV Columbus Daytime news about the new Columbus facility and what solutions Braking Point offers for addicts in the Columbus area.