Addiction Treatment In Carrollton, OH
Treatment plans are designed to meet your physical, mental, and social needs. Look for programs that offer evidence-based therapy and other forms of treatment. Follow an individualized treatment plan that addresses your holistic needs to achieve sobriety and improved health.
Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs
Detox is the first step in recovering from substance use disorders. Detox programs manage the physical symptoms of withdrawal and may use medication to reduce these symptoms, as well as anxiety and stress.
Detox programs are usually residential and can last three or four days or longer. Detox should be medically supervised to manage the potential dangers of alcohol and/or drug cessation.
Inpatient Addiction Treatment
Inpatient treatment programs are also called residential treatment. Short-term rehab programs last three to four weeks. Long-term rehab programs can last six months to a year and even longer.
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Residential treatment includes evidence-based therapy and experiences that build self-knowledge and sober living skills, like yoga, music, art, and equine (horse) therapy. A residential rehab program provides support and a therapeutic community 24-hours a day, seven-days a week.
Outpatient Addiction Treatment
Outpatient addiction treatment takes place in the community. It can be a good choice if you have a sober living environment and support for recovery at home. Some people also choose outpatient treatment because they plan to continue working during rehab.
Outpatient treatment includes evidence-based group and individual therapy. It can also include sober activities and 12-step and non-12-step peer group support.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) provides FDA-approved medications along with counseling for opioid and/or alcohol use disorders. MAT medications include naltrexone, buprenorphine, and methadone for opioid addiction.
Aftercare And Alumni Services
Alumni and aftercare programs are part of a continuum of care for substance use disorders. If you’ve completed residential rehab or outpatient treatment, you have begun a life of sobriety. To continue living drug and/or alcohol-free, aftercare programs that include counseling and peer support are an essential component of lifelong recovery and health.
Length Of Addiction Treatment
Treatment lengths vary and may differ from one program to the next.
Although 90 days is the recommended length of treatment, residential programs can also last:
- 30 or 60 days
- 120 days
- six months
- one year or longer
The sooner you obtain treatment and the longer you participate in care, the better your chances of sustaining long-term recovery.
How To Pay For Treatment
Most Ohio drug and alcohol rehab centers accept the majority of private health insurance plans. Some programs also offer a sliding-fee scale that is based on your ability to pay.
Ohio Medicaid will cover screening for alcohol/drug use, ambulatory detox, case management, some medication-assisted treatment programs, intensive outpatient care, and more.
Substance Abuse Trends In Carrollton And Carroll County, Ohio
According to the Ohio Department of Health, six people in Carroll County died of a drug overdose in 2017.
Other facts from this region include:
- A total of 23 people from Carroll County died of opioid overdoses between 2011 and 2017.
- Ohio State Highway Patrol (OHSP) made six OVI (operating a vehicle under the influence) arrests in Carroll County between January 1 and June 30, 2019.
- The OSHP also arrested six motorists in the county for drug violations during this time.
The Nearest Addiction Campuses Treatment Center: The Bluffs
The Bluffs is located 20 minutes away from Carrollton in Sherrodsville. Our multidisciplinary staff provides evidence-based therapy along with healing experiences and adventure therapy.
Providing individualized treatment plans from detox to alumni programs, The Bluffs can meet your needs for recovery. For help accessing our programs, contact Addiction Campuses today.Article Sources
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=10&B1=Submit