Addiction Treatment Near Orrville, OH
If you live in Orrville, you have limited resources available for treating substance abuse or addiction. With no local rehab centers in the city itself, you’ll need to travel to nearby Wooster for the closest addiction treatment options.
In Wooster and other communities in Wayne County, the following rehab options are available:
- Outpatient addiction treatment
- Residential programs
- Medication-assisted treatment
Outpatient Addiction Treatment
Under ten miles from Orrville in Wooster, outpatient services involve a variety of program options that allow you to live at home and travel back and forth for treatment.
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The outpatient rehab options in this area include:
- intensive outpatient programs (IOPs)
- court-ordered programs
- group and individual counseling
- family therapy
Keep in mind, outpatient services are best if you have mild addiction and can depend on support from family or friends.
The residential treatment options in Wooster consist of gender-specific programs where you’ll live in a home-like setting and receive 24-hour supervision and care. These programs are effective if you have relapsed multiple times, suffer from co-occurring mental health disorders, or put yourself or others at harm when you use drugs or alcohol.
Just outside of Orrville, your local medication-assisted treatment program involves the use of Suboxone, Vivitrol, or Subutex to address severe opioid addiction. While these medications work to reduce cravings and temper withdrawal symptoms as you detox, the treatment program is also paired with counseling and other recovery support services.
Local Substance Abuse Resources
Although Orrville doesn’t feature any drug or alcohol rehab centers, Wayne County and the surrounding area provide some resources to support your recovery efforts.
Some local and state agencies that offer assistance include:
- Wayne County Department of Job and Family Services
- The Emerald Jenny Foundation
- Ohio Department of Mental Health Services
Substance Abuse Trends In Orrville And Wayne County, Ohio
The Ohio Department of Health collects drug overdose data for each county in the state.
Some facts gathered from Wayne County include:
- From 2012 to 2017, 104 Wayne County residents died from a drug-related overdose.
- Wayne County has an overdose death rate of 16.3 deaths per 100,000 people.
- In 2017 alone, 20 people died from drug-related causes. This was a significant decrease from 2016, when 36 residents suffered a fatal overdose.
To prevent overdose and address the issues that contribute to addiction, reach out to your local support agencies or contact Vertava Health.
What Happens When You Contact Vertava Health?
To get started with recovery, you must reach out for help. On this web page, you can fill out a form and one of our treatment specialists will reach out to you. Once we get ahold of you, we’ll do an over-the-phone assessment.
The assessment may include:
- your history of substance use
- your history of treatment admissions
- your health information
- your insurance coverage/details
After we discuss your situation, you’ll decide if one of our rehab centers is a good fit for you. If you’re interested, we’ll see about enrolling you in our closest facility to Orrville.
Consider The Bluffs
The Bluffs is located just over an hour’s drive from Orrville, or about 50 miles. At The Bluffs, you’ll have access to a caring and multidisciplinary staff 24-hours a day.
Once the home of a sprawling resort near Atwood Lake, The Bluffs residential program features outdoor activities, evidence-based behavioral therapies, and more.
Our treatment specialists are standing by to coordinate services for you at The Bluffs. To learn more, please contact Vertava Health today.