Types of Drug and Alcohol Treatment Facilities in Ohio
There are 11,326,467 people in Ohio. There are a number of different substances abused in Ohio, but the most common are: meth, cocaine, alcohol, heroin, marijuana, hydrocodone, vicodin, codeine, hallucinogens, ambien, trazodone, and suboxone. There are just over 603 different types of drug and alcohol treatment programs available to addicts in Ohio.
Tragically, drug and alcohol addiction affects many individuals in every state across the country including Ohio, each year. One would wonder, with the addiction treatment facilities that service the Ohio area, why do so many individuals choose to not find treatment. There are substance abuse treatment centers that service the Ohio area, pick up the phone and call an addiction treatment center today and start the journey of recovery.
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Service Settings and Treatment Approaches in Ohio
There are long term drug rehab centers, short term drug rehab centers, outpatient individual counseling, inpatient detoxification centers, inpatient drug rehab centers and other options. These substance abuse treatment facilities in Ohio provide several different types of treatment such as cognitive/behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, group therapy, trauma-related counseling, individual psychotherapy and others.
Special Programs for Addiction Treatment and Forms of Payment Accepted in Ohio
Because addiction treatment is not a "one size fits all situation", facilities in Ohio offer special programs for suicide prevention services, co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, aftercare/continuing care, persons with post-traumatic stress disorder, housing services, persons with eating disorders, and others. Drug and alcohol treatment can be paid for in several different ways such as private pay, private insurance, medicaid, medicare, sliding fee scale, state corrections or juvenile justice funds, state education funds and other methods of payment in the listings below that service the Ohio area.
If you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol and live in Ohio, get the help that you need now, it is available to you.