We believe in using a variety of evidence-based solutions to foster healing. Some of these include:
OARC has a recommonded phased approach. However, each person may have a different experience with us. We believe that a longer-term continuum of care that gradually brings an individual back to every day life is most successful in achieving life-long recovery.
This is the first step in recovery. Substances are gradually detoxed from the body utilizing proven medical interventions, which makes withdrawal safe and comfortable.
Physical dependency is only one component of addiction. Inpatient rehabilitation begins to address the psychological component and the underlying causes of addiction.
Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) helps our clients transition to every day life while still receiving therapy, support, encouragement, and accountability.
At this point, the frequency of groups and individual sessions decreases. The first year of recovery is a critical period, so we typically recommend ongoing counseling.
We recommend entering a sober living home after completing residential rehab. This provides a drug and alcohol-free environment with a supportive peer group.
The Clinical Goal of Ohio Addiction Recovery Center
Our primary goal is to help those we serve to achieve abstinence and long-term recovery from alcoholism and substance abuse. We know that addiction and co-occurring disorders take a heavy toll on the individual. For many of the people we treat, substance abuse has been a way of life for years, often as early as childhood. This leaves them feeling hopeless and demoralized. There is often a belief that the problems they face are insurmountable and that things won’t get better. We aim to help each and every person we work with to move past this hopelessness and into a new life full of possibility. This happens through healing and learning a new way of life.
Our clinical approach starts upon arrival to the program. Each client is paired with a primary therapist and thoroughly assessed. A variety of factors will be considered during this process including their experience with addiction, co-occurring disorders, trauma, and other conditions. Working together, an individualized and comprehensive treatment plan is created. This plan will be a flexible basis for treatment. Depending on the needs of the client, a combination of group therapy, one-on-one coaching and counseling, twelve-step meeting attendance and education will be used to help them begin the recovery process. In addition, life skills and health and wellness activities will be integrated into the treatment plan to round out and complete the program.
What People Say
I would recommend this facility to anyone struggling with addiction. They treat everyone on an individual basis and like family!!Monica M.Client
“Changed my life!”
My experience at OARC was amazing! Incredible staff and counselors. This place changed my life!Payton H.Client
What sets them apart from others is the more personalized attention and communication you receive right from the start.Laurie W.Parent of a Client