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Belmont, OH Drug Rehab Centers And Addiction Treatment Options

In Belmont, there is a residential drug and alcohol treatment program for women and long-term rehab services available. Outpatient treatment, medication-assisted treatment, and detox programs are also located in this region of Ohio.

In Belmont, there is a residential drug and alcohol treatment program for women and long-term rehab services available. Outpatient treatment, medication-assisted treatment, and detox programs are also located in this region of Ohio.

Addiction Treatment In Belmont, OH

Substance use disorders are complex and they change how your mind and body functions. Treatment plans in Belmont are designed to meet the needs of your mind and body as well as your work, family, and social situation.

Look for a treatment that helps you to stop using drugs and/or alcohol. Find rehab programs that provide evidence-based services and that help you to maintain sobriety and transition back into the community.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

The first step in addiction recovery is overcoming the physical symptoms of withdrawal. A detox program is designed to do exactly that. Detox programs can be held in the community, but are most often residential or inpatient programs. Detox should be medically supervised to address uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Residential or inpatient addiction treatment combines a substance-free living environment with counseling and evidence-based practices.

Residential treatment may include a variety of evidence-based therapies like CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and DBT (dialectical behavior therapy). You can benefit from inpatient treatment if you need a sober-living environment with 24-hour structure, supervision, and care.

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Outpatient Addiction Treatment

If you want to continue to live at home and work while in rehab, you may benefit from outpatient addiction treatment. You may also continue rehab in an outpatient setting after you’ve completed detox or a residential treatment program. Outpatient programs combine evidence-based therapy, sober-living activities, and peer group support.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) has been used for a number of years to treat alcohol and opioid use disorders. It can be effective in helping you to stop using alcohol or opioids and maintain long-term recovery.

MAT programs can last six months to a year and potentially longer. MAT combines FDA-approved medications with individual counseling and peer group support.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Substance use disorders involve a life-long process of recovery. Alumni services and aftercare programs offer continued support for staying substance-free. They provide counseling and peer groups that can help you develop and maintain sober-living skills.

Length of Addiction Treatment

There is no set length for addiction treatment. Experts recommend that all treatment plans meet individual mental, physical, and social health needs. Treatment programs can last:

  • 30 days
  • 60 days
  • 120 days
  • six months to one year or longer (often called transitional programs or sober living environments)

Research indicates that the earlier you start treatment and the longer you receive treatment, the greater your chances of long-term recovery.

How To Pay For Treatment

The majority of private health insurance plans are accepted by Ohio substance use disorder treatment programs. You will also find that most rehab programs accept self-pay or direct pay. Treatment centers may also offer payment plans, discounts, or a sliding-fee scale.

Ohio Medicaid covers specific substance use disorder treatments, including outpatient counseling, drug and alcohol screening, and medication-assisted treatment.

Substance Abuse Trends In Belmont And Belmont County, Ohio

According to the Ohio Department of Health, Belmont County has a higher rate of death due to opioid overdoses than its surrounding counties. Facts collected from the Ohio Department of Health include:

  • In Belmont County, the drug overdose death rate is 23.4 per 100,000 residents.
  • 20 Belmont County residents died of opioid overdoses in 2017, and 18 died in 2018.
  • A total of 88 people in Belmont County lost their lives to opioid overdose from 2011 to 2017.
  • Ohio State Highway Patrol’s (OSHP) reports showing that 260 Belmont County residents were arrested for OVI (operating a vehicle under the influence) between January 1, 2019, and June 30, 2019.
  • OSHP issued 79 drug violation citations to Belmont County residents during the same time period.

The Nearest Addiction Campuses Treatment Center: The Bluffs

Located in Sherrodsville, an hour north of the village of Belmont, The Bluffs provides detox services, residential rehab services, and aftercare/alumni services. With a serene and peaceful natural location amid Ohio’s green countryside, The Bluffs also provides experiences that can support lifelong recovery and sober-living skills.

To learn more about the recovery programs offered at The Bluffs, connect with Addiction Campuses today.

Ohio Department of Health - https://odh.ohio.gov/wps/wcm/connect/gov/5deb684e-4667-4836-862b-cb5eb59acbd3/2017_OhioDrugOverdoseReport.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CONVERT_TO=url&CACHEID=ROOTWORKSPACE.Z18_M1HGGIK0N0JO00QO9DDDDM3000-5deb684e-4667-4836-862b-cb5eb59acbd3-moxPbu6

Ohio State Highway Patrol - https://www.statepatrol.ohio.gov/statistics/statspage.asp?Area1=7&B1=Submit

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