Ohio Sobriety and Treatment Hotlines

  • Ashley – (740) 251-9016
  • Cincinnati – (513) 206-9650
  • Cleveland – (216) 370-7847
  • Columbus – (614) 429-1596
  • Dayton – (937) 310-2260
  • Elyria – (440) 328-8123
  • Groveport – (614) 610-1390
  • Hamilton – (513) 785-0842
  • Lancaster – (740) 277-2216
  • Lima – (419) 386-2660
  • Marion – (740) 251-9010
  • Medina – (330) 529-8478
  • Mentor – (440) 809-8485
  • Painesville – (440) 249-7067
  • Reynoldsburg – (614) 328-9743
  • Westerville – (614) 423-6724

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Ohio Addiction Treatment

Because family is so important to the process of addiction recovery, Ohio drug rehab centers offer family treatment programs to help the addict along the process. The various centers in the state offer Oxycontin detox along with heroin and alcohol detox. In addition to family counseling, treatment includes individual counseling, because many people who abuse drugs do so out of low self-esteem. The best way to recover is to allow the addict to regain a sense of self-worth. In Ohio, detox programs in the state are able to offer the same services as those in other states. Some planning is required – Ohio doesn’t have quite as many programs that are equipped to care for some special groups’ needs, such as the LBGT community. However, there are resources online for those who may need to do a little extra research.

Detox programs often can last from one to four months, and often will instruct the addict in techniques to improve day to day life. Studies have shown that long term approaches to detoxification is has an overall better result pattern than outpatient.The majority of long term drug rehab treatment programs in Ohio are inpatient, where most of the time is spent within the premises receiving detox treatment and cognitive behavioral counseling which helps the addict to develop a sense of personal responsibility and accountability for actions. Another important aspect is becoming social again, which can be done in a community environment by identifying with other patients and will allow them to give an evaluative look at the negative self-concepts that triggered the drug abuse.

Drug and alcohol abuse effects are wide-reaching – not just the person addicted, but family and friends as well, and these effects are often extremely frightening to witness. They can drive families and partners and friends away from one another. Ohio drug rehab treatment centers are able to change the lives of all involved.

Detox programs in Ohio can offer helpful advice and tools for recovering addicts, such as how to avoid addicted friends, how to react when taste or smell brings back old memories that trigger, and what behaviors to avoid.

The most important step of recovering from drug addiction is admitting that there is a problem. Many people have a rather short term of being addicted and want to keep themselves from being more addicted to their drug of choice. However, there are some patients who have likely had relapses. Outpatient or inpatient programs can be picked for the individual based on his or her needs. For example, someone who has had multiple lapses may simply have been placed in a program that wasn’t tailored to them.

With the proper willpower, it’s possible to recover even from the deepest addictions. This is the most important part of recovery without this, it doesn’t matter how professional or caring the staff is, they can’t force anyone to do anything against their will.

Treatment centers also offer support groups for women and adolescents who are suffering from an addiction problem or who may need intervention. Intervention counseling is also available for those with family members who are addicts and unwilling to seek help.