Outpatient Behavioral Health & Wellness Center (Rocky River, OH)
Mental Health and Addiction Treatment in Rocky River, Ohio
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Services and programming at our behavioral health center in Rocky River include:
- Adolescent Therapy
- Intensive Outpatient Program (OP)
- Outpatient Program (OP)
- Virtual care options
- Individual and group therapy sessions with a licensed therapist
- Couples and family therapy
- Case management support
- Psychiatric consultation and medication management
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) services for alcohol and opioid use
Seeking Professional Addiction and Mental Health Treatment in Ohio
The Buckeye State is a beautiful part of the Midwest known for its college football, museums, and some of the best amusement parks on Earth.
But it also struggles with an issue that has affected the lives of millions of Americans: addictions (also known as substance use disorders) and mental health disorders.
Ohioans from all walks of life have been affected by mental health and substance use disorders.
The good news is you don’t have to overcome these disorders alone. By seeking professional treatment, you can live free from the substance that is controlling your life.
Vertava Health Rocky River Is Here For You
Located in Rocky River, Ohio, we provide extensive, individualized treatment for those who need it most.
We understand everyone’s situation is different, which is why our main focus is on the unique needs of each individual. This includes using clinically proven and evidence-based treatment models.
We currently offer:
- An intensive outpatient program
- An outpatient program
- Virtual care options
- Adolescent therapy
- Individual and group therapy sessions
- Couples and family therapy
- Psychiatric consultation
- Medication management
- Case management support
- Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) services for alcohol and opioid misuse
Is Outpatient Care Right for Me?
Although Vertava Health Rocky River is not an inpatient facility, it provides that same approach to care and successful treatment.
Outpatient care is perfect for those transitioning from inpatient care who would like a flexible schedule while still receiving quality treatment. It’s also an option for those who are unable to live in an inpatient residential setting or those who need less-intensive treatment.
This program still uses individualized treatment for each client and will strive to meet the unique needs of each person.
A Look at Outpatient Couples and Family Therapy
Behavioral couples therapy can help restructure any dysfunctional interactions between the two people in a relationship to reduce bad habits or behaviors that may lead to drug or alcohol addiction.
While some experts recommend individual treatment in certain cases, if you are in a committed relationship and want to engage in couples therapy, we offer that option.
You may want to consider individual treatment if there is a history of aggression in the relationship, one partner isn’t serious about the treatment process, or if it’s an unhealthy or codependent relationship.
The course of action depends on whether one or both of the individuals in the relationship are battling addiction.
As for family therapy, working with a trained professional can help not only the person seeking treatment but also the family members who care so much about them. Studies have shown people are more likely to recover when they have the support of family. A Vertava Health Rocky River therapist may also help with intervention plans.
Treatment For Young People
Young people can also battle mental health disorders. In fact, nearly half of all mental health disorders present themselves by age 14.
At Vertava Health Rocky River, the adolescent outpatient program will allow them to get mental health treatment without being removed from their regular lives.
Addiction treatment plans are customized to the needs of each client. They will also learn how to manage and reduce symptoms of their mental health disorder.
We also offer outpatient treatment for young people who recently completed inpatient addiction treatment. This allows them to live a normal life while continuing to receive much-needed assistance.
Medication Management: What Is It?
Medication management is the professional monitoring of prescription medications. This is intended to make sure they are being taken correctly and are also working as they’re supposed to.
Medication is typically used alongside therapy for various behavioral health conditions, such as anxiety and depression. Medication can play a crucial role in the healing process.
How Do I Know If I’m Battling an Addiction?
One of the first steps on your road to recovery is realizing or admitting you have an addiction.
You may have an addiction if:
- You want to stop consuming drugs or alcohol but are unable to
- Drugs or alcohol are affecting your personal and/or professional life
- You’re experiencing withdrawal symptoms when not consuming drugs or alcohol
- You have constant cravings for drugs or alcohol
- You’re having financial problems due to drugs or alcohol
Overcoming an addiction by yourself is hard, which is why professional treatment is usually recommended. Inpatient programs are recommended for those with severe addictions.
When Should I Consider an Inpatient Program?
An inpatient treatment program takes place in a residential setting with around-the-clock supervision to ensure safety and comfort.
Vertava Health Ohio, located in Sherrodsville, Ohio, offers inpatient treatment in a beautiful and peaceful setting designed to create the most relaxing experience possible.
Staffed by healthcare professionals, this program is recommended for those with severe addictions. At the Sherrodsville location, inpatient programs typically last from 28-34 days with every aspect of treatment tailored to the person’s individual needs, but longer programs are available if needed.
During your stay, you will learn how to combat your addiction, avoid relapse, and live a full life in recovery.
Here’s an overview of what you can expect from an inpatient stay at Vertava Health Ohio:
- A connection with others who are also in recovery
- Tools needed for the recovery process
- A drug- and alcohol-free zone
- A safe environment
- 24/7 care
- A structured and routine schedule
- The ability to focus on yourself and your needs
- Information about how to live a healthier life
The Vertava Health Ohio location treats severe addiction to a variety of substances, including:
- Prescription drugs
- Cocaine and crack
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
What Is a Co-Occurring Disorder?
A co-occurring disorder is a mental health disorder that exists along with a substance use disorder. These are common but typically aren’t diagnosed until someone enters treatment. Learning to manage both is crucial for recovery.
Although co-occurring disorders aren’t treated at the Rocky River facility, it’s important to understand what they are in case you believe you’re experiencing them. You can, however, find treatment for co-occurring disorders at Vertava Health Ohio.
According to the National Institutes of Health, ”Researchers have found that about half of individuals who experience a substance use disorder during their lives will also experience a co-occurring mental disorder, and vice versa. Co-occurring disorders can include anxiety disorders, depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), bipolar disorder, personality disorders, and schizophrenia, among others.”
Co-occurring disorders can stem from a variety of things, including genetics, trauma, and neglecting treatment.
A co-occurring disorder treatment program will help clients understand the connection between mental health and substance use disorders, develop healthy coping skills, and improve their overall well-being.
Understanding Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Despite many misconceptions surrounding MAT, it is an effective form of treatment.
MAT involves the combination of medication and behavioral therapy/counseling to treat alcohol or opioid use disorders.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, approved MAT drugs have been demonstrated to be safe and effective. Three of the medications currently approved for MAT are buprenorphine, methadone, and naltrexone.
Our experts will work closely with you during MAT and will help ensure your comfort and safety. You will receive daily medication doses while also taking part in individual and group therapy sessions with trained counselors and therapists.
The therapy portion of MAT will help address deeper root causes of addiction.
Call Vertava Health Rocky River Today
No one should have to walk the path to recovery alone.
Vertava Health Rocky River is here to help you overcome the obstacles that come along with mental health and substance use disorders. You will learn how to manage these disorders and will be given the tools you’ll need to live a full life in recovery.
Our staff will work to make sure your treatment program includes comfort and success. There are various evidence-based treatment programs that have helped so many people over the years, and you have what it takes to be the next person to leave their substance use disorder behind.
Remember, asking for help takes strength and courage. There is no shame in seeking treatment.
If you need to seek professional help, we are just a phone call away. Take that first step today.
To learn more, call (440) 577-4597.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the average cost of rehabilitation?
Costs vary from treatment center to treatment center and program to program. Another factor is your insurance provider. Vertava Health Rocky River accepts coverage from various providers to help as many people as possible.
How long can a client stay in rehab?
Outpatient treatment programs are a little different from inpatient programs. While inpatient treatment programs may last around a month, outpatient programs are usually structured to fit a weekly schedule. The amount of time you’ll spend in treatment depends on your unique situation.
At Vertava Health Ohio, inpatient programs usually last from 28-34 days with every aspect of recovery tailored to the person’s individual needs. However, longer inpatient stays are also available. Once you’ve sought treatment, Vertava Health Ohio will go over the best treatment plan for you.