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LAC

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LAC offers a variety of inpatient and outpatient drug rehab programs. They provide a variety of evidence-based talk therapiest such as CBT, DBT, and EMDR, as well as holistic services such as yoga, meditation, nutrition and exercise classes. LAC also offers Medication-Assisted Treatment, 12-step introduction groups, life skills groups, family therapy and group therapy. Multiple Locations, Kentucky

Levels of Care
Aftercare, Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, Outpatient, PHP, Residential Treatment, Sober Living

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We've rated this center as an A+ based on their perfect 5/5 star rating on Google. We've personally toured the facility in person and met the staff and highly recommend reaching out to them.

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See Purpose Treatment

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SEE Purpose offers a boutique luxury environment set in a tranquil open field complete with a beautiful lake, swimming pool, gym, and tennis court. Their program is built on the belief that people deserve to choose their path to recovery.  For this reason, SEE Purpose’s expert clinical staff utilizes a highly individualized, multi-conceptual approach to treating each client, employing a combination of traditional therapeutic modalities and the Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness Program. Unlike many other luxury programs SEE Purpose accepts most major insurance plans and is even in-network with Aetna, Cigna, BlueCross BlueShield, Beacon, Humana, and First Health Network. Bloomfield, Indiana

Levels of Care
Aftercare, Detox, Inpatient Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, PHP, Residential Treatment

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The Center for Addiction Treatment combines evidence-based therapies with primary health services, allowing all clients to be treated as a whole. Clients work closely with a dedicated staff, consisting of addiction specialists and doctors, who help them develop a treatment program that addresses all of their needs. The goal is really to make sure that all clients are able to actively participate in the development and progression of their program. Available treatment options include medication-assisted treatment as needed, family education, 12-step integration, spiritual guidance, group therapy, recreational activities, art therapy, and gender-specific programs. Clients will work with their clinician and support system to discuss topics like relapse prevention skills and stress management. Though they do work with individuals struggling with all types of addiction, the Center for Addiction Treatment is especially able to work with men and women suffering from addiction to heroin, OxyContin, methadone, and other opioids. Through a combination of therapy and medication, such as Suboxone or Vivitrol, uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms will be minimized and the client will be better motivated to remain in treatment rather than to use drugs in order to stop withdrawal altogether.


Levels of Care
Detox, IOP, MAT, Outpatient, Residential Treatment


BrightView – Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio

BrightView – Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio

BrightView in Cincinnati is an outpatient medication-assisted treatment facility that offers medications such as buprenorphine, Suboxone, and Vivitrol. These medications help to address any withdrawal symptoms a client may be experiencing that have threatened their sobriety and may cause a relapse if left untreated. Along with medications, BrightView also provides access to different types of evidence-based recovery services, allowing for a more well-rounded program that treats the client as a whole rather than simply providing them with medication and hoping it solves the greater issue at hand. Available services include individual therapy, group therapy, case management, and different types of social support depending on the needs of the individual. Because these services are offered on an outpatient basis, clients are able to fit their program into everyday life and seek continued support throughout the entire recovery process. Clients may be referred to a more intensive rehab facility once the withdrawal process is complete and they are able to commit more fully to a program. BrightView accepts most forms of health insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare.


Levels of Care
IOP, MAT, Outpatient


Hotel California By The Sea provides both inpatient and outpatient treatment plans to adult men, women, and adolescents. All of their substance abuse treatment programs are individually tailored to meet the individual needs of each client, however, these programs will utilize some combination of talk therapy, support groups, and holistic treatment options alongside evidence-based therapies in order to effectively address the addiction and possible underlying problems. Clients may have access to medication management, 24-hour medical attention and supervision, coping skill workshops, aftercare planning, relapse prevention training, individual and group counseling sessions, case management, and more. Loved ones are also heavily involved in each recovery program, allowing them to work with their family member’s treatment team and learn things like communication skills, healthy boundaries, and coping skills for in the home. Hotel California By The Sea often recommends that their inpatient detox and residential clients step down to some level of outpatient treatment once their program has ended.


Levels of Care
Detox, Inpatient Treatment, IOP, PHP, Sober Living


Addiction treatment programs through the University of Cincinnati are mostly evidence-based so that each client is treated in the most effective way possible. For adult men and women suffering from opioid abuse, the University of Cincinnati offers methadone treatments. Other available programs and outpatient services include medication management, addiction education, stress management, nutritional guidance and physical fitness therapy, and various types of therapy. This drug treatment facility specifically works with individuals addicted to substances such as opioids, cocaine, tobacco, and alcohol. Because this facility is a general healthcare provider in the Cincinnati area, clients seeking drug or alcohol treatment may also have access to primary care services as well. This facility accepts Medicare, Medicaid, most health insurance plans, and they offer a financial assistance program.


Levels of Care
Outpatient


Central Community Health Board services people in the Hamilton county area seeking help for their chemical dependency problems and possible co-occurring mental health problems. They are a nonprofit organization that really emphasizes community involvement. Their overall goal as a drug abuse and alcohol rehab facility is to provide all of their clients with a healthy, supportive environment that fosters continued healing and overall wellness. Their rehab programs treat substance use disorders through individual therapy, group counseling, case management, primary healthcare services, community advocacy, crisis prevention, skill development, self-help groups, medication assistance as needed, and family counseling. Their substance abuse programs are broken up into an adolescent program and adult program, allowing for more age-specific services to be provided.


Levels of Care
Detox, IOP, Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization, Residential Treatment


Sunrise Treatment Center focuses on helping adult men and women who struggle with any type of opioid use disorder. Clients will have the opportunity to participate in services like medication assistance, individual counseling, case management, and crisis intervention programs. Most clients participate in an outpatient program that emphasizes the use of individual therapy, however, clients in need of more intensive services will be enrolled in their IOP services that also incorporate group behavioral therapies. Though they focus primarily on the treatment of opioid abuse, Sunrise Treatment Center will also accept clients struggling with alcohol addiction and addiction to other drugs, however, those clients may not receive medication as there are no FDA-approved medications that treat withdrawal symptoms of other substances. This outpatient drug recovery center does accept Medicaid and most private health insurance providers.


Levels of Care
MAT, IOP, Outpatient


TriHealth Good Samaritan Hospital provides drug treatment programs to men and women living within the Greater Cincinnati area. Clients will play an active role in working with their assigned clinician and other members of their treatment team to decide which areas of their life need to be treated and how to best treat them. They may participate in family therapy, individual and group therapy, self-help support groups, continuing care planning, and medication assistance if needed. The goal of this program is to educate clients and their family members on addiction, help clients to develop coping skills and relapse prevention techniques, and provide them with structured programs. These services typically last around 6 weeks, but this may vary depending on the specific client’s progression through the program. Because TriHealth is a medical center that offers all kinds of services, clients may also have access to primary care, acupuncture, guided imagery, massage therapy, reiki, and health and wellness programs.


Levels of Care
IOP, Outpatient


Covedale Treatment Services

Cincinnati, Ohio

Covedale Treatment Services

Cincinnati, Ohio

Covedale Treatment Services, which is part of Pinnacle Treatment Centers, is an outpatient medication-assisted treatment facility that works with adult men and women in Cincinnati who may be suffering from opioid abuse and opioid withdrawal symptoms. The medications available at this facility include methadone, Vivitrol, and buprenorphine. Clients will also be able to develop a treatment plan that incorporates services such as group therapy, individual counseling, motivational interviewing, art therapy, mindfulness training, nutritional guidance, life skills training, medication management, relapse prevention techniques, and more. Services are typically gender-specific as well. The overall goal is to address uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that may be making a client’s motivation for change hard to maintain. By treating those withdrawal symptoms, clients have a better chance of remaining sober rather than relapsing to get rid of those symptoms on their own. Covedale accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and most in and out-of-network health insurance plans in order to increase treatment accessibility.


Levels of Care
MAT, Outpatient


The Crossroads Center

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Crossroads Center

Cincinnati, Ohio

The Crossroads Center is a nonprofit behavioral health facility that utilizes an abstinence-based model, prioritizing harm reduction strategies and holistic programs that help each individual remain sober long-term. Crossroads offers two different residential treatment programs, one for women only and one that is co-ed. They also offer different adult and adolescent outpatient programs, allowing clients to really develop a program that best fits their lifestyle, schedule, needs, and goals. Available services include the normal individual and group therapies as well as somatic services, case management, crisis interventions, medication assistance, psychotherapy, and more.


Levels of Care
IOP, MAT, Outpatient, Residential Treatment


As an outcome-based facility, Central Clinic Behavioral Health constantly measures their client’s progression through each program and determines their programs based on wanted outcomes. People living in the Cincinnati area are able to contact this facility at all hours of the day, ensuring that help is available when it is needed, not when it is convenient during normal business hours. Central Clinic has different locations around the state of Ohio, all offering their own services. This specific location provides substance abuse and addiction services to children and adolescents. Those services include early interventions, assessments, and family programs designed to address all members of the family. This location also offers individual therapy, group therapy, education, evidence-based therapies, trauma-informed care, case management, medication management, and therapeutic mentoring. These programs are offered to people ages 5-18.


Levels of Care
Outpatient


Standards For Inclusion

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

A
4.3 – 5 Stars

B
3.5 – 4.2 Stars

C
2.6 – 3.4 Stars

D
2 – 2.5 Stars

F
2 Stars

Standards For Inclusion

Each addiction treatment center on this page has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services, CARF Accreditation, and/or has been verified by SAMHSA (b) Composite online review score of 2.9/5 stars or better, (c) Robust substance abuse treatment programs.

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

A
4.3 – 5 Stars

B
3.5 – 4.2 Stars

C
2.6 – 3.4 Stars

D
2 – 2.5 Stars

F
2 Stars

Cincinnati Addiction Recovery Support

  • Alcoholics Anonymous Cincinnati: This website provides access to meeting times and locations as well as community events, programs specifically for members, and different information and resources for men and women in Cincinnati looking for support during their alcohol recovery journey. This specific AA website also shares different members’ stories with meetings and how critical they have been in remaining sober.

    Greater Cincinnati Area Narcotics Anonymous: NA meetings are an extremely important part of the recovery journey whether a person is in drug treatment, has graduated from a program or is solely looking for community support. This website allows men and women in Cincinnati to find meetings closest to them. It also provides access to different service committees and other important information that may help individuals in recovery.

    Greater Cincinnati Al-Anon: Al-Anon meetings provide support to friends and family members of people who struggle with drug or alcohol addiction. This website is specific to Cincinnati, allowing members to be connected to people in their community who are experiencing similar situations. Members will also be able to access special events, different literature that may be helpful, and other al-anon resources.

    Addiction Services Council: The Addiction Services Council is a nonprofit community-based organization that recognizes drug and alcohol abuse as a disease that can be treated if quality resources are made accessible. This website provides different addiction resources, news throughout the community, and help to Spanish-speaking individuals looking for support. They run solely on donations and are a CARF accredited foundation. Some of the services they provide include a 24-hour helpline, community outreach, workplace prevention programs, and so much more.

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