What Are Some Drug & Alcohol Rehab Options in Delaware, Ohio?
In Delaware, you have access to outpatient rehab programs and other recovery services.
Along with nearby programs in Columbus, you will find local:
- Outpatient treatment
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Residential/inpatient treatment
Other services available nearby include partial hospitalization programs (PHP), self-help and 12-step groups, family support programs, drug and alcohol education, and medically supervised detox programs.
Outpatient treatment programs are community-based and can take place in a clinic or community organization’s offices. These programs are well-suited if you have a strong network of reliable support at home.
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Outpatient programs offer a combination of evidence-based therapies and group and individual counseling. Programs meeting more than 9 hours or three days a week are intensive outpatient programs (IOP). Regular or non-intensive outpatient programs (OP) meet up to 9 hours a week.
Medication-Assisted Treatment Programs
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) combines medication to ease withdrawal symptoms and cravings with behavioral therapies that help to develop sober living and recovery skills. MAT can include opioid treatment programs and programs for alcohol use disorder.
MAT programs include medication management and counseling for co-occurring behavioral health issues. All of the medications used in MAT are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are administered under medical supervision.
Residential rehab programs are structured programs that offer a supportive environment. These are best if you need support and help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Rehab can take place in facilities that are specifically designed to promote recovery and healing.
Residential rehab programs build a therapeutic community and can include experiences like art and music therapy and outdoor activities that benefit recovery and build life skills. These programs vary in length and can last six months or longer. Inpatient treatment is also an effective option for treating co-occurring mental health disorders.
Substance Abuse Trends In Delaware & Delaware County, Ohio
According to the 2018 Delaware County Community Health Assessment, 69 percent of county residents over age 18 were classified as “current drinkers.”
The report also found that:
- Over 20 percent of adults reported binge drinking in the previous month (more than five drinks on one occasion for men and four for women).
- Four percent of Delaware County adults had used marijuana in the past 6 months.
- Seven percent of adults had misused prescription medication.
- 17 percent of Delaware County high school students had tried marijuana, two percent had used cocaine, and four percent had used inhalants like paint or glue.
Local Addiction Resources In Delaware, Ohio
Several local resources can help you find rehab programs in the immediate area.
If you’re not prepared to contact Vertava Health today, you can learn more from the following resources:
- Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services Board
- Drug Free Delaware
- Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Service
The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: The Bluffs
About two hours and a half hours east of Delaware, The Bluffs provides all levels of care for drug and alcohol use disorders. The Bluffs is staffed by compassionate, multidisciplinary professionals who will support your recovery. Located in Sherrodsville, our campus is a peaceful and serene oasis of care amid Ohio’s natural beauty.
The Bluffs’ services include gender-specific and individualized programs for men and women. We provide evidence-based care in a healing environment that is designed to address co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
Experiences that promote healing and recovery are also available, from yoga and hiking to indoor and seasonal outdoor pools and water-based activities on Atwood Lake.
What Happens When You Reach Out To Vertava Health?
If you or your loved one needs assistance with drug and/or alcohol use, you should take action today. When you reach out to Vertava Health, you’ll get in touch with a treatment specialist.
The specialist is likely to ask questions, including:
- history of treatment (if any)
- history of drug and/or alcohol use
- insurance information
When your interview is complete, the specialist and yourself will decide if the nearest Vertava Health center is a good choice for you or your loved one. To learn more about our recovery options, contact Vertava Health today and start your journey towards a balanced life.