What Are Some Drug & Alcohol Rehab Options In Warren, OH?
In Warren, drug and/or alcohol rehab gives you access to outpatient programs and medication-assisted treatment.
Along with nearby programs in Youngstown, you’ll have access to:
- Outpatient treatment
- Medication-assisted treatment
- Residential/inpatient treatment
Other services available in the region include peer support groups (12-step and similar), inpatient and ambulatory detox, court-ordered programs, and relapse prevention and aftercare.
Outpatient treatment is provided in a community-based setting or a clinic in the local area. There are two levels of outpatient treatment: regular outpatient treatment and intensive outpatient treatment. Regular outpatient treatment usually meets for 9 hours a week or fewer, and intensive outpatient programs (IOP) meet for at least 9 hours a week or more.
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Outpatient treatment includes therapy and an organized program of sober activities. Different programs may provide different forms of evidence-based therapy. Outpatient treatment is only a good fit if you have a secure and supportive place to live.
Drugs used for medication-assisted treatment (MAT) are FDA-approved and do not replace one drug with another. MAT combines these medications with group and individual counseling.
For opioid use disorders, Drugs used in medication-assisted treatment include buprenorphine, naltrexone, and methadone. Naltrexone can also be used for alcohol use disorders, along with acamprosate and disulfiram.
Residential/Inpatient Addiction Treatment
Residential programs range from two weeks to 28 days or longer and can last several months. Residential rehab programs can be offered in a clinical setting with medical supervision, or in a therapeutic community of care.
They provide individual counseling and group therapy along with activities that promote healing and wellness. Some programs include experiential therapies, from horse therapy to yoga or outdoor experiences like hiking and camping. Evidence-based treatment may include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).
Substance Abuse Trends in Warren & Trumbull County, Ohio
According to the Ohio Department of Health, 460 people in Trumbull County died from unintentional drug overdoses between 2012 and 2017. The county’s rate of 42 drug overdose deaths per 100,000 population put it in 8th place among Ohio’s 88 counties.
Other facts include:
- The Ohio State 2019 Health Assessment reported that 3.2 percent of Trumbull County residents were dependent on illegal drugs, excluding marijuana.
- When marijuana was included, 6.6 percent of county residents struggled with drug use.
- Almost five percent of Trumbull County residents misused prescription drugs in 2017, according to Ohio’s Department of Health.
Local Addiction Resources In Warren, Ohio
If you live in Warren, you have resources for drug or alcohol rehab and recovery in your community or nearby.
If you don’t feel prepared to talk with Vertava Health today, you can continue to learn more about substance use and dependency through the following resources:
- Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
- Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board
- Help Network of Northeast Ohio
The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: The Bluffs
Located 65 miles south of Warren, The Bluffs provides all levels of care for substance use disorders, from medically supervised detox to residential treatment and aftercare services. The Bluffs is located in Sherrodsville on a serene campus that used to be a luxurious resort.
At the Bluffs, you’ll experience caring, evidence-based treatment to support your recovery. The Bluffs’ multidisciplinary staff offers an integrated approach to promote healing and well-being in a compassionate environment. In addition to nutritious meals and fitness activities, The Bluffs provides yoga, indoor and outdoor pools, and recreational activities at nearby Atwood Lake.
What Happens When You Reach Out To Vertava Health?
When you reach out to Vertava Health, you’ll immediately touch base with a treatment specialist. The specialist will likely be someone who is also in recovery.
They will begin by asking questions, including:
- history of drug and/or alcohol use
- insurance information
- history of treatment for substance use
After the interview is complete, you and the treatment specialist will decide if the nearest Vertava Health center, The Bluffs, is right for your rehab needs. Call Vertava Health now to start your journey toward health and recovery.