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What Are Some Drug And Alcohol Rehab Options In Westerville, OH?

Westerville addiction treatment centers provide several options for recovery.

Because there is no one method of treatment best for everyone, it’s important to carefully consider the local options:

  • Medically assisted detox programs
  • Intensive outpatient programs
  • Holistic care

Medically Assisted Detox Programs

Detoxification, or detox, happens at the beginning of your recovery journey. It takes place in a controlled environment that includes 24/7 medical monitoring and support. Substances like opioids, heroin, benzodiazepines, or alcohol may require this type of constant care and supervision during the uncomfortable, and potentially dangerous, process of withdrawal.

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Intensive outpatient programs are recommended if you live in a safe home environment and have a strong support system already in place. Outpatient treatment allows you to live at home as you travel back and forth for care.

These programs may involve group and individual counseling, support group meetings, and participation in a 12-step program of recovery. Intensive outpatient programs require a certain number of weekly hours (nine to 20) within a structured and individualized treatment plan.

Holistic Care Programs

Holistic care for substance use disorders may involve a variety of alternative therapies that include yoga, meditation, acupuncture, massage, nutritional counseling, herbal medications, and more. Holistic care seeks to calm and balance your mind and body during recovery.

Some local treatment centers use holistic techniques as part of a more comprehensive treatment plan. Holistic medicine has proven helpful to lessen the symptoms of withdrawal and to alleviate unhealthy habits such as overeating or making the wrong food choices, both of which can cause chemical imbalances in the brain and body.

Substance Use Trends In Westerville & Franklin County, Ohio

In Westerville and Franklin County, opioids such as fentanyl pose severe threats. Originally intended as a post-surgical sedative, this powerful substance has found its way into street drugs like heroin or cocaine, posing a severe risk of unintentional death.

Other facts from Franklin County include:

  • In Franklin County, 520 people died from drug overdoses in 2017, an increase of 47 percent over the previous year’s numbers.
  • Of these deaths, fentanyl was involved in 67.5 percent.
  • Overall, opioids, including fentanyl, accounted for 84 percent of fatalities.

Local Addiction Resources In Westerville, Ohio

If you or someone you love battles substance use disorder in Westerville or Franklin County, there are resources available to get you started toward recovery.

Those searching for information can find help at the following organizations:

  • Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Crisis Text Line
  • Project DAWN
  • The Emerald Jenny Foundation

The Nearest Vertava Health Treatment Center: The Bluffs

Breathtaking views and acres of lakefront trails welcome clients to The Bluffs, located in Sherrodsville by Atwood Lake (just over a two-hour drive from Westerville). Once a lake resort and conference center, The Bluffs offers 80 serene acres for clients to recover in safe, therapeutic surroundings without the distractions of everyday life.

Treatment begins at The Bluffs with an intake assessment and an individualized treatment plan that’s suited to your needs. We can help you build foundations for lifelong success by diagnosing and treating co-occurring mental health issues, as well as providing the structure, therapy, and recreation needed to heal and grow.

What Happens When You Reach Out To Vertava Health?

Sometimes it’s difficult to seek treatment for substance use disorder, and it takes real courage to know when to ask for help.

When you decide to reach out to Vertava Health, your life will begin to immediately change for the better:

For more information on our programs and services, and whether they’re best for your recovery needs, contact Vertava Health today.