Addiction Treatment In London, OH
Substance use treatment should meet your health, social, and emotional needs and provide a full continuum of care. If you need residential treatment, alumni and aftercare services, or medically supervised detox, you’ll need to travel to Columbus or other parts of Ohio.
Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs
Detox programs help with withdrawal symptoms that occur after you stop using alcohol and/or drugs. Most detox programs last three to four days, but some may last a week or longer.
Detox should take place under medical supervision. Some detox programs may use approved medications to ease withdrawal symptoms along with crisis counseling and emotional support.
Inpatient Addiction Treatment
Inpatient treatment is also known as residential treatment. Residential treatment includes evidence-based therapy like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) along with experiences that help build skills for recovery.
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Residential rehab programs create a therapeutic community and provide an environment where you can establish a solid foundation for a life without drugs or alcohol. Inpatient treatment can also serve special needs, including dual diagnosis, gender-specific programs, and care for adolescents.
Outpatient treatment takes place in the community. If you have support for your recovery at home, you may benefit from outpatient treatment. Look for outpatient programs that use evidence-based therapy and meet at least three days a week. Most outpatient programs last 10 to 12 weeks and can “step down” in intensity as your recovery progresses.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) combines FDA-approved medications, including buprenorphine and naltrexone, with evidence-based counseling and peer support. MAT programs can last six months to a year or longer, and are specialized for addressing severe alcohol or opioid use disorders.
Aftercare And Alumni Services
Recovery doesn’t end when you complete a residential or outpatient treatment program. Recovery is a lifelong process. Aftercare programs can include individual counseling along with peer support, 12-step programs, and other recovery groups.
Length Of Addiction Treatment
There is no one set treatment length that is best for everyone, but research indicates longer programs are more effective.
Some common treatment program lengths include:
- 30 days
- 60 days
- 90 days
- 120 days
How To Pay For Treatment
The majority of drug and alcohol rehab programs in Ohio accept private insurance plans. They can also offer direct payment plans, financing options, and sliding-fee scales based on your income.
Ohio Medicaid will also pay for substance use disorder treatment, including intensive outpatient treatment and medication-assisted treatment (MAT).
Substance Abuse Trends In London And Madison County, Ohio
Madison County’s rate of 23.1 opioid overdose deaths per 100,000 residents is in the middle of Ohio counties, but the rate is increasing.
Other facts include:
- One person died of opioid overdose in Madison County in 2005, compared to 15 who lost their lives to opioids in 2016.
- In 2017, 20 opioid-related deaths occurred.
- In August 2017, two out-of-state men were apprehended near London with 15 pounds of powdered cocaine in their car.
- The Ohio State Highway Patrol arrested 76 people for operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI) in the first six months of 2019.
The Nearest Addiction Campuses Treatment Center: The Bluffs
The Bluffs treatment center, with a serene and beautiful campus set in the Ohio countryside, is 150 miles northeast of London. Our caring professional staff offers many different evidence-based therapies and experiences, including year-round outdoor experiences designed to build confidence and nurture your spirit for recovery.
We provide a continuum of care from detox to alumni and aftercare services. At The Bluffs, you’ll receive individualized treatment tailored to your needs. To learn more about your options, 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=49&B1=Submit
Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network - http://aohc.net/aws/AOHC/asset_manager/get_file/176458?ver=13