There are numerous program offerings in Ohio for Medicaid, medicare and medi-cal programs for those that require coverage. Ohio has seen an increase in the addictions that people come into medical facilities with. They are looking to change the face of these addicitons and find more help.
Those lawmakers in Ohio that are working towards fighting the opioid addiction are looking to add in longer term opioid addiction treatments. These treatments are necessary in order to provide those that are going through something like this with a way to overcome the issue, but also stay away from it. Longer term help and further continuing care may be able to help with this.
The resources below are provided to those that are in the Medicaid, medicare or medi-cal programs and not in private insurance coverages. They provide help to those that have addictions and need or want help to get out.
Center for Addiction Treatment
Phone: (440) 526-3030
10000 Brecksville Road, Unit 116 A B SA Building 2, Brecksville, OH 44141
In addition to round-the-clock nurse supervision, patients have access to comfort medication for withdrawal symptoms such as nausea and diarrhea, as well as treatments such as Suboxone or Vivitrol
Patients with private insurance and Medicaid are accepted, she said. Those who are unable to pay may also qualify for financial assistance from the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Lucas County.
Potential clients can inquire about the detox unit through a physician, at an emergency room, through law enforcement, or by calling Unison at 419-693-0631
Mission: For every woman that We are given a chance to meet to know their worth. Once their worth is realized everything changes.
Vision: To reach women that are in bondage and through unconditional love, structure, and guidance help to remove the bondage so they may be set free to live as they deserve.
Program: 8-month faith based program with 4 phases
Phase 1-Self-discovery phase
-one on one sessions
-step work through AA
-focus on qualities not faults
-discover self-worth bible verses
Phase 2-Building phase
-discover any financial and criminal problems that will need resolved
-step work though AA
-employment searching and possible employment
Phase 3-Integration phase
-continue step work
-help guide new comer
Phase 4-Exit phase
-find sober living or safe environment for after graduation
-run Peer AA big book studies
-help guide new comer
Through each phase there will be Bible Studies, Big Book Studies (AA), Faith Based Recovery Meetings, and Attendance of Church that will be required.
Rules and Guidelines
ELECTRONIC DEVICES: Electronic devices including cell phones, iPods, computers, iPads etc.….are strictly forbidden and will be removed from campus at your own expense. If you are caught with a cell phone at any time in the program you will be immediately expelled.
GAMBLING: Gambling or purchase of lottery tickets on or off campus will result in disciplinary action and/or dismissal.
MAIL CONTACT: All incoming packages will be searched upon arrival. Mail is checked by senior residents only and will be distributed by staff.
MOOD OR MIND ALTERING SUBSTANCES: Purchase or use of mood or mind altering substances, including OTC sleep aids, stimulants and/or energy drinks will result in disciplinary action or dismissal from the program.
PHONE CONTACT: Residents who remain in good standing, without any disciplinary actions may, after a period of 30 days have the possibility of earning one fifteen minute phone call or two ten minute phone calls per week to an immediate family member (mother, father, sibling, wife or children). The phone call will be supervised and staff alone will determine what immediate family member a resident may contact. No incoming calls are permitted.
PRAISE/WORSHIP SERVICES: Residents are required to attend bible studies and church services that are scheduled.
VISITATION: Residents who have been approved by staff may schedule one visit per week after 60 days.
MONEY POLICY: Residents will only be allowed $20 a week on their persons at any time while at Rubies. All excess money will be stored in the safe and your $20 will be distributed to you on the same day every week.
STORE POLICY: Residents may be able to have one store stop a week with the facility.
Off Campus Procedure: Residents will attend off campus events, church services, and other functions. All residents should remain as a group at any off-campus event. If any resident needs to leave the group for any reason they must be accompanied by a senior resident. Residents will be expected to return to the group as quickly as possible.
Medications: No mood or mind altering medications are permitted. Residents may keep OTC pain relievers on their persons. Please make staff aware of all other medications prior to intake. No psych meds or MAT meds are permitted.
• Provocative or inappropriate clothing or language on or off facility premises will not be tolerated.
• Use of personal cell phones and/or personal vehicles on or off facility premises is permitted.
• Residents shall attend all classes, meetings and functions prepared and on time.
• Residents may not leave premises without approval of a staff member.
• Beds must be made first thing in the morning; bedrooms and living areas should remain clean and free of debris at all times.
• Violence, intimidation or threats of violence will result in expulsion.
• Secular music and outside literature is prohibited.
• No sitting down or smoking during chore time Monday through Saturday. If you need to use the restroom, do so before chore time.
• All personal belongings, including personal hygiene items, books and study material are to be stored neatly in resident living quarters.
• No exchanging or moving beds, linens or furniture without express permission from staff.
• Laundry is permitted on designated days. You must wash your clothes and bed linens on your assigned day.
• All written assignments must be completed on time (must be completed before any down time, no playing cards, sports, Tobacco etc.)
• All work duties must be completed properly.
• Must be responsible for personal hygiene every day.
• All Phone calls must be supervised at all times by a senior resident and must be to immediate family members unless special permission is granted by staff.
• Tobacco products may only be used in designated areas. Residents are not permitted to have more than one dip or cigarette on them at any time. Dispose of all tobacco products in the proper container. No stockpiling tobacco of any kind.
2270 Co Rd 70, Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Phone: 330-600-0072
provide a full continuum of community-based care, from medication-assisted treatment and residential programs to outpatient and alumni programs. We offer treatment for the abuse of alcohol, opioids, and other illegal and prescription drugs.
recovery or transitional living houses – Residents need to be in a partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program
Suboxone Maintenance Program includes medical intervention and treatment for long-term opiate addiction
most of our outpatient facilities offer monthly injections of long-acting Vivitrol (Naltrexone) after detox.
Project W.I.L.L. (Women into a lasting lifestyle) – INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT Project W.I.L.L.Project W.I.L.L. is an intensive outpatient program developed to provide gender specific, as well as, trauma-informed treatment in response to the the existing and emerging needs of women addicted/dependent upon or abusing alcohol and other drugs.
offer TB testing and Hepatitis vaccinations and coordinate with other agencies to offer HIV, and Hepatitis testing to our clients at no additional charge.
24-7 residential treatment for up to 15 women in two lovely, restored homes
hope and healing for women who have experienced the traumas of sex-trafficking / prostitution, incarceration, homelessness, domestic violence, substance abuse, and childhood sexual abuse.
The program fee for Safe Harbor House is $500/month. If you cannot afford to pay this amount, there is a sliding scale (30% of net income) and you may be eligible for a scholarship for the amount you cannot pay. After you begin working, you will be responsible for your program fees, even if you have not been paying program fees up to that point
Men – McKinley Hall offers a 30 day non-medical residential recovery setting for chemically dependent men who are unable to remain free of chemicals in an outpatient setting, or need the intensity of this program to begin their recovery. The program can house up to 12 men at a time allowing for both individualized attention as well as a supportive environment. Clients are provided with at least 6 hours of group treatment daily and live in a safe and structured environment.
McKinley Hall offers transitional housing for women and their children. For more information regarding transitional housing call 937-328-5314 ext. 314.
Chaney Allen Women’s Continuum of Care (CAWCC) program is designed to provide a continuum of health care services to women, especially those with dependent children and women of childbearing age. Women participating in residential treatment may bring two children under the age of five to be co-located with her as she completes her non-medical community residential treatment.
Adult Residential Care (ARC) Program is a co-ed residential program. The program serves adult men and women who reside within Hamilton County. The program is composed of a Mental Health Court, Short-Term Rehab and an Intensive Outpatient component.
4760 Madison Rd, (lower level entrance), Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
A New Day Recovery Detox has 9 beds available. They take Medicaid and will help place into Rehab straight from detox. Men and Women beds. It’s in Boardman Ohio and Rogers OH. There is no waiting list. It’s a 7 day detox that uses Subutex. If you or someone you know is looking please call the admission office at: 330-953-3401
Tom Williamson 419-203-6509. Ridgeview is in NW Ohio. Van Wert County. They do transport and will go to Chicago in situations. Good facility.
2849 Fischer Place, Cincinnati, OH 45211
Call Jonathan Price (AT) 513-484-1415
• Application on website or contact Catherine Bettecourt utopianoasis2014(AT)gmail.com
intake department (513) 386-4735 (Cassie) or (513) 405-1183 (Jan)
men’s facility houses 32 residents, and women’s facility houses 30
between ninety (90) and one-hundred and eighty (180) day program
you may smoke outside during designated times
No cell phones
visitation on Saturdays. There is a group session from 9 a.m. to noon, followed by visiting from 12:30 p.m.-2:45 p.m. Family is required to attend the group to have visitation.
Home passes are offered in programming. These are individualized and usually occur somewhere between 75-90 days in the program
Men in New Richmond, Women in Loveland.
Surest Path Recovery Center
Surest Path Recovery Center of Fremont, 825 June St, Fremont, OH 43420 Surest Path Recovery Center of Bloomville, 22 Clinton St, Bloomville, OH 44818 P: 419-983-4100 or 419-603-8963 / F: 419-983-4103 https://www.surestpathrecovery.com
Medicaid and Private Insurances Accepted
30, 60 and 90-day treatment plans
Medication assisted recovery & treatment
Detox Services – Medically-supervised treatment
New Day Recovery
960 Boardman-Canfield Rd., Youngstown, OH 44512 / 9955 Union Ridge Rd., Rogers, OH 44455 / 150 Charles Ct., Newton Falls, OH 44444 (330) 953 – 3300 (ADMISSIONS) / (866) 299 8813 admissions(AT)ndrtoday.com https://newday-recovery.com
Online Admission form can be found on website
accept Ohio Medicaid
Residential treatment is broken up into phases. Each phase length varies by individual need and clients are assessed on a regular basis to determine which level of treatment is best suited for them individually.
Smoking allowed, must bring unopened cigarettes
No cell phones
Detox program – will also administer medication to help alleviate the negative physical effects of withdrawal
Behavioral Connections of Wood County Womens Residential Program
1033 Devlac Grove Bowling Green OH 43402 Wood 419-866-1693 Intake 419-352-6460 http://www.behavioralconnections.org Debra D Bailey Manager Delvac Hall P.O. Box 29 Bowling Green OH 43402
Personal and Family Counseling Servs Harbor House
1433 5th Street Northwest New Philadelphia OH 44663 Tuscarawas 330-343-8171 Intake 330-343-2778-213 Hotline 330-364-1374 http://www.personal-family-counseling.com Ms Pamela L Trimmer CEO 1433 Fifth Street NW New Philadelphia OH 44663
CommQuest Wilson Hall Mens Residential Facility
1680 Nave Road Massillon OH 44646 Stark 330-830-8740 Intake 330-453-8252 http://Questrs.org Paul Lindenmuth Director
Commquest Services Smith House
811 Faircrest Street SW Canton OH 44706 Stark 330-837-1883 Intake 330-453-8252 http://www.questrs.org April J Myers
CommQuest Services Inc CommQuest Deliverance House
1711 Spring Street NE Canton OH 44714 Stark 330-454-6800 Intake 330-453-8252 http://www.questrs.org Ms Sheila Brown
is now available at the health department. Overdose prevention kits are now available to people at risk for overdose from a prescription opioid medication or heroin or to family members for individuals at risk of overdose. For more information contact Sharon Andreani, Nursing Director at 330-821-7373 x 13.
NOTE: Overdose deaths by type of opioid are not mutually exclusive and should not be summed. Synthetic opioid deaths do not include deaths due to methadone. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) drugs are: methadone (M), buprenorphine (B), and naltrexone (N). Naltrexone includes both oral and injectable. An IMD (Institution for Mental Disease) is an inpatient facility with over 16 beds.