Purpose: To provide comprehensive residential treatment focusing on recovery from alcohol and drug addiction for adult women.
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Population Served:Adult women with alcohol and/or other drug dependency and who may have co-occurring mental health issues. Program has capacity to accept women with young children.
Criteria:Must be a resident of Cuyahoga County and meet state criteria for this level of care as determined by chemical dependency assessment.
Family Recovery Center is a private, non-profit behavioral health treatment center serving the residents of Columbiana County . With sites in Lisbon and Salem, Ohio , our committed team of professionals are dedicated to maintaining your health and well being. We offer, fully accredited addiction mental health services as well as prevention education and specialty services. The Family Recovery Center views chemical dependency as an illness that affects the individual, family members and other concerned persons on a multitude of levels. It also recognizes the co-existence of addiction and mental health issues.
ORCA House Inc. is a chemical dependency treatment center located in Cleveland Ohio that serves individuals who need treatment services for drug and alcohol addiction.Through therapy and education, individuals begin or resume their recovery process.
There are many reasons why a person would need to attend ORCA House Inc in Cleveland.A few of the reasons are: the inability to control their drinking or drug use, alienating their friends and family, legal problems, severe depression and general unhappiness due to excessive drug or alcohol use.
If you need any further assistance please call us for further information.Our not for profit organization has helped thousands of people find the treatment options that changed their lives.
Stepping Stone House is a minimum 90-day residential treatment program for adult women with a primary focus on recovery from alcohol and other drug addictions. The program is designed to accommodate mothers with children (ages 12 and under), pregnant women and single women.
The evidence based treatment modalities and curriculum used are designed to meet the unique needs of women with addiction. The program is devoted to the prevention and treatment of alcoholism, drug addictions, and other health and behavioral health problems. Pregnant women will receive prenatal care and assistance in caring for their newborn after they give birth.
The treatment is provided by caring and professional staff which includes a qualified group of residential assistants, case managers and licensed counselors. Our commitment to helping women recover is as strong today as it has ever been.
Recovery Halfway House This residential substance abuse program provides assessment, employment and chemical dependency services, and reintegration for drug-dependent and homeless men. Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit that operates within five service lines: Adult Behavioral Health, Community Care, Court and Corrections, Housing, and Youth Behavioral Health. Children, adults and families benefit from these proven services. Each year, Talbert House serves over 31,000 clients face to face and an additional 51,000 are reached through prevention services throughout Greater Cincinnati. The Talbert House mission has two basic purposes: to improve social behavior and enhance personal recovery and growth. Talbert House creates innovative, evidenced-based programs that are proven to solve tough social problems that impact all members of the community. Through comprehensive and proven solutions to behavioral health challenges, Talbert House is building a stronger community…one life at a time.
The Astara House is a quaint century home located in the ‘Presidential’ neighborhood of Historic Bedford, Ohio. We are within walking distance to the downtown coffee house, local shops, and breathtaking nature trails of the Bedford Reservation.
The Astara House houses seven women 18 and over in 5 bedrooms, each nicely decorated with its own theme, from ‘The Safari Room’ to the 3rd floor ‘Cabin.’ All bedrooms have full size beds and private closets. The home has a friendly front porch, formal dining room with Sunday dinner china,’ and a living room filed with comfortable couches. Our manicured yard has beautiful gardens, swings, and a fire pit. There is onsite free laundry, wireless Internet, and a flat screen TV.
Life at Astara House is a combination of positive and fun activities from nature walks, healthy cooking instruction, bon fires, arts and crafts, and personal training to clinical and holistic treatments provided at the Insight Learning and Wellness Center. Transportation is provided to the Center, AA Meetings and activities. Shared chores, collaboration, personal responsibility and community service will advance life skills and personal growth.
• Fun & Inspirational Activites (Arts & Crafts, Bon Fires, Hiking)
• Healthy Eating + Juicing
• Personal Training
• Random Drug Testing
• Partial Insurance Coverage
• Scholarship Program
Daily blends of 12 Step + Clinical + Holistic therapies will take place at The Insight Wellness Center in Warrensvsville Hts., Ohio. Transportation will be provided to the center, which is 12 minutes away. Treatment plans may include:
• Individual + Group Counseling
• Relapse Prevention +Psychoeducation
• Meditation and Mindfulness Training
• Yoga for Recovery
• Naturopathic Doctors
• Dialectical Behavioral Therapy + Trauma Healing
• Nature Therapy + Equine Therapy
• Martial Arts
• Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy
VOTED #1 Provider of Drug-Free Transitional Housing 5yrs in a row! FIRST in Ohio to provide Recovery Coaching (CCAR & McShinn Model). All facilities are staffed 24hrs/day. Transportation to and from 12-Step meetings, Church, and Recreational activities included in bedfees.
Quest Deliverance House is a non-medical residential treatment program for women experiencing problems with drugs and alcohol. Women who are pregnant are welcome and encouraged to come where babies can have the opportunity to begin life in a drug and alcohol free environment. Children up to age 5 may stay with their mothers in rooms especially designed for infants and toddlers.
The average length of stay is less than 180 days, where each resident receives 30 hours of individual and group therapy and education per week. All residents are encouraged to engage in treatment and the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Transitional Housing is also offered for those who may be experiencing difficulty obtaining traditional housing. Those residents who qualify have the opportunity to continue to reside at Deliverance House as they begin working, with a focus on obtaining appropriate permanent housing of their own.
Fleming House is a transitional housing program for homeless, recovering women and their children. The house has ten apartments, an on-site child daycare center, a multi-purpose room, offices and public space. The women may stay in the apartment for up to 24 months. Rent is based upon their income. Program components include case management, vocational development or schooling, aftercare, and focus groups around various issues such as relapse prevention, parenting, anger management, self esteem, codependency, life skills, etc. Community support groups such as AA, NA, etc. also meet there daily.
Project C.U.R.E., Inc. provides comprehensive, recovery oriented substance abuse treatment with dignity and respect. Professional and accredited services include counseling, methadone administration and case management. We become active partners with our community by creating productive citizens through recovery from substance abuse in a safe and accountable manner.
As men go through treatment at New Destiny Treatment Center, they are faced with a dilemma... where to find housing? Some of them can return home, but there are many that absolutely have no place to reside. By making a Recovery Home possible, we will be able to assist a total of 34 men seeking housing after treatment.
A safe environment out of the asphalt jungle will help men to be able to pray the serenity prayer and find it. Activity opportunities will be provided, as well as the possibility for anyone needing assistance with any area of treatment to find it available for them.
Many times, individuals coming out of treatment do not have employment and lack funds to get their own apartment and function on their own. We will provide an opportunity for short-term housing (six months to a year) for clients to secure employment, save funds, and live in a drug-free environment.
An opportunity to almost guarantee a life apart from addiction is our goal. Our facility will have workers that care and are concerned about everyone's individual recovery. No client will be just a number, but will be recognized as a person that will be working toward a goal to provide a better future for themselves.
- Dr. Bolois