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Addiction Treatment In Ashland, OH

When it comes to treating addiction, generalized treatment programs aren’t effective. Individualized plans based on evaluations or assessments provide you with more targeted treatment that covers different aspects of your situation.

Under a personalized plan, you can expect to have services available that help you recover from addiction and build skills for sober living. Having this type of plan helps you adjust to a healthy lifestyle and lowers the risk of relapse.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

Going without alcohol or drugs puts your body through withdrawal, which can cause severe effects. Staying safe through this process is important. Detox programs offer safety and support during withdrawal with medical supervision and medication if needed.

Some detox programs take place in hospital detox units or other inpatient facilities. Others take place in an outpatient clinic or setting.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Having a more severe substance use disorder means you’ll need a lot of support. Inpatient or residential treatment offers 24-hour supervision in a safe environment. Therapists and other professionals, as well as peers, provide you with treatment and support.

While going through this type of treatment, you’ll have a structured schedule to follow each day. Services differ at each facility and often include multiple approaches to recovery. These services might include different forms of behavioral therapy, expressive therapy through art or music, addiction education, life skills training, relapse prevention, and access to safe recreation.

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Outpatient Treatment

When you’re dealing with a mild addiction, you can explore your options for outpatient treatment. Outpatient care means you’ll stay at home and only go to a facility for therapy sessions, including individual and group options. Outpatient care can be done at a standard level, intensive level, or partial hospitalization level, depending on how much treatment you need.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Alcohol and opioid addiction can cause severe problems during withdrawal and recovery. Medication-assisted treatment addresses these issues with a safe and effective way to recover.

With this kind of treatment, you’ll take an FDA-approved medication to curb cravings and ease withdrawal symptoms. You’ll also participate in individual or group behavioral therapy sessions.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Outpatient and inpatient programs sometimes offer aftercare and alumni services. These services provide ongoing support when you’ve finished a treatment program. Aftercare and alumni services vary from one treatment center to the next and might include 12-step programs and peer support services or sober-living housing and help to get a job.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

Different facilities offer various treatment lengths for inpatient or outpatient care. Overall, longer programs have better outcomes compared to shorter ones. You might find programs that last under 30 days, while others last for 90 days or more than a year.

How To Pay For Treatment

Private insurance is generally used to cover the cost of addiction treatment. Some insurance companies offer full coverage, but others offer partial coverage. Expect to pay some out-of-pocket costs that aren’t included.

Medicaid through CareSource and other plans may also offer coverage for treatment. If you don’t have any type of coverage, try to set up payment arrangements with the rehab center.

Substance Use Trends In Ashland And Ashland County, Ohio

Ashland County has had some problems with substance use, including overdose deaths, over the past few years. Some recent facts to consider include:

  • In 2016, Ashland County had a total of three unintentional drug overdose deaths.
  • Ashland County had a total of 29 drug overdose deaths between 2015 and 2017.
  • Roughly 17 percent of adults in Ashland County reported excessive drinking in 2016.
  • In 2017, Ashland County had a rate of 37.4 opioid prescriptions per 100 residents.
  • In 2017, there were ten drug overdose deaths in Ashland County.

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: The Bluffs

Located around 80 miles from Ashland, The Bluffs provides a serene and caring environment for addiction treatment. Our campus offers different services and programs for recovery, including cognitive behavioral therapy, medication-assisted treatment, and dialectical behavior therapy.

You’ll also have access to indoor and outdoor activities for a healthy recovery, such as volleyball, swimming in our pools, and boating on Atwood Lake. We offer a wide range of treatment programs and levels of care, so contact us today to learn more.