Beavercreek, Ohio Alcohol And Drug Rehab

More than 20 million lives covered by insurance. Contact us today to get the care you deserve.

Beavercreek, Ohio Alcohol And Drug Rehab

If you’re struggling to stop using drugs and alcohol and live in Beavercreek, you can find help to quit. To begin the admissions process at Vertava Health of Ohio, contact us today.

Finding Addiction Treatment In Beavercreek, Ohio

You can find outpatient treatment, inpatient treatment, and detox programs close to Beavercreek in Dayton. Other services, including partial hospitalization programs, faith-based services, and long-term residential programs/sober living homes are available in other parts of Greene County.

Additional services, including diet and nutritional consults and a wide-range of evidence-based practices, are available at Vertava Health of Ohio in Sherrodsville, Ohio.

Medically Assisted Detox Programs

When you have been using drugs or alcohol regularly, you may experience withdrawal when you stop. Withdrawal includes physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms that can be uncomfortable and even risky.

Medically assisted detox helps you to cope safely with withdrawal symptoms and be as comfortable as possible. You can receive medical assistance to detox in a residential setting at Vertava Health of Ohio.

Ready To Make A Change?

We can help you overcome addiction and get your life back. Your calls are always free and 100% confidential.

(888) 481-7821

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Inpatient drug and alcohol treatment can be offered in a medical or a social (rehab) model. Residential treatment can start at 30 days and extend to longer but is based on your individual needs and situation.

Residential treatment includes medical supervision and features evidence-based practices like motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and medication-assisted treatment (MAT).

Rehab programs can serve individual populations, including men, women, teens, and older adults. They can also treat co-occurring mental health disorders for a whole-person approach.

Outpatient Rehab Programs

Meeting at least two times a week, outpatient programs provide evidence-based counseling along with peer group support. Most outpatient programs also include behavioral modification assistance and sober living activities and education.

Outpatient programs can be more or less intensive depending upon how often they meet and how long each meeting lasts. Outpatient treatment can also incorporate medication, including naltrexone and buprenorphine.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is an effective way to help people to recover from alcohol, opioid, and tobacco use disorders. MAT doesn’t just replace an addictive drug with another drug. It includes therapy and counseling as well as physician-monitored medication.

Continuing Care Plans

After you finish rehab, you’ll have a strong sense of achievement. Continuing your recovery is essential for your future health.

Aftercare resources continue to help you heal once you finish rehab. You can benefit from ongoing group or individual counseling, as well as from 12-step peer support groups, psychiatric follow-ups, transitional housing, and more.

Paying For Treatment

Ohio has made a commitment to fighting the opioid epidemic, and state-funded programs and resources are available. Residential treatment can be funded through major private insurance plans, so reach out to your provider to determine what’s covered.

You may also be able to use Ohio Medicaid, Medicare, or Tricare to pay for treatment. Some programs offer scholarships or discounts for direct payment. Your family and your friends can help to pay for treatment, and you can raise the funds you need through crowdfunding platforms.

Substance Abuse Trends In Beavercreek And Greene County, Ohio

Twenty-two percent of Greene County residents engaged in binge drinking in 2018, according to the 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment conducted by the Health Collaborative and Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association.

Other facts from Greene County include:

  • Greene County’s 2018 rate of alcohol-impaired driving deaths at 37.0 per 100,000 is higher than the Ohio state or national average.
  • 18.4 percent of Greene County students used marijuana in 2018, significantly more than the statewide average of 6.2 percent or the national average of 14.5 percent.
  • Greene County’s 2018 rates of drug poisoning deaths at 23.2 per 100,000 are lower than most other Ohio counties but are still higher than the national average of 14.6 per 100,000.

Vertava Health of Ohio Rehab In Sherrodsville, Ohio

Featuring a stunning natural outlook over the Ohio countryside and Atwood Lake, Vertava Health of Ohio is approximately three hours east of Beavercreek.

Vertava Health of Ohio offers innovative care blending evidence-based therapy and a variety of experiences for drug and alcohol recovery.

You’ll experience year-round outdoor and adventure therapy along with a serene and healing environment while recovering at Vertava Health of Ohio.

Our program includes a full range of treatment and support. We provide family support, detox services with 24-hour nursing, and continuing care planning. You can begin a new, sober, healthy life while attending treatment at Vertava Health of Ohio.

Contact Vertava Health of Ohio today to learn about admissions.

Share

For 24/7 Treatment Help Call:

(888) 481-7821

For Immediate Treatment Help Call:
(888) 481-7821