Ohio, the Buckeye State, is the home of Lebron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cincinnati Reds and oddly enough, the rubber band capital of the world, Akron. Ohio is also home to some of the best drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers in the country. We have put our efforts forth in finding the best rehabs in Ohio. The list combines research on each Ohio rehab including what types of insurance they take, what their private pay rates are, levels of care, amenities, and much more. With that in mind, we’ve compiled our Top 5 Best Rehabs in Ohio.
Recovery and Prevention Resources provides an array of effective behavioral health services, with an emphasis on providing the highest quality alcohol and other drug treatment, intervention, prevention, and education services to all citizens of Delaware and Morrow Counties. They are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.
Recovery and Prevention Resources specializes in and provides services for Substance Abuse, Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Prescription Drug Abuse and Dependence, Alcohol and Drug Assessments, Opiate Dependence, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), Anger Management, Stress Management, Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Grief and Loss, Job Stress/Loss, Blended Families, Gender-Specific Issues, Codependency, Conflict Resolution and Communication, Divorce and Separation Adjustment, Family Therapy and Parenting.
All treatment services at Recovery and Prevention Resources are covered by Medicaid. They are also in-network with most insurances and accepts those with out of network benefits as well. Recovery and Prevention Resources also provide care on a sliding fee scale for residents of Delaware and Morrow Counties based on annual income and family size.
Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that was founded in 1999. They offer more than a dozen specialized mental health and substance abuse programs. Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.
Treatment services at Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services are provided to children, youth/adolescents, adults and seniors through a wide array of treatment programs for both mental and behavioral health. They specialize in drug and alcohol treatment, with programs tailored to meet the individual needs of each patient
Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric services accept payment for treatment through Self-pay, Medicaid, and most commercial insurances.
Wexner Medical Center is apart of the Ohio State University is at the forefront of academic research. With a team of more than 23,000, Wexner Medical Center is driven by our mission to improve health in Ohio and across the world through innovation in research, education and patient care.
Wexner Medical Center’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine practice has developed a program for expectant mothers with addictions to drugs or alcohol, known as the Substance Abuse, Treatment, Education and Prevention Program (STEPP). Most women in STEPP have opiate addictions and participate in a treatment program (either inpatient or outpatient aligned with Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center or through outside programs.
There is also a program specialized program known as the TBI Network which coordinates resources and services for patients suffering from brain injuries and substance abuse. The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Network treats adults dealing with both brain injury and drug or alcohol abuse. The TBI Network serves residents of Franklin County, Ohio, with brain injuries who also have a diagnosed substance use disorder.
Wexner Medical Center accepts Medicaid, Medicare, self-payment and is contracted with most health insurance.
The mission of this treatment facility says it all:
“To serve our community by providing education, prevention, and treatment of alcohol, drugs, and other addictive behaviors.”
In other words, Quest Recovery helps clients with all types of addictions.
In an overall sense, this center is known to help people from all walks of life, but its BRIGHT House is among the most effective. This is a 12-bed non-medical residential substance abuse program for teenage girls.
For women between the age of 15 and 18 with an alcohol or drug addiction problem, this is one of the best programs in the country. Thanks to a supportive environment with a focus on treatment, the success rate of the BRIGHT House is extremely high.
From drug and alcohol addiction to dual diagnosis, there is nothing that The Woods at Parkside can’t handle.
The goal of this facility is to provide visitors with the tools they need to not only beat their addiction but to keep it in the past for the rest of their life.
To do this, clients are provided with an individualized treatment program. Furthermore, they have access to one of the top facilities in the state, thanks to its modern updates and serene location.