Finding Addiction Treatment In Westerville, Ohio
Like many medical conditions, a prescribed course of treatment exists to aid in the recovery of persons suffering from addiction. Courses of treatment might include:
- supervised detox
- inpatient care
- outpatient care
- medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
- aftercare planning
Medically Supervised Detox Programs
The body can cleanse itself of almost any substance, but detoxification is not always easy or safe. Powerful cravings can be almost impossible to resist, and withdrawal from certain substances can carry debilitating, even life-threatening symptoms.
If you want to detoxify safely, consider checking into a secure detox facility. During a detox program, medical and care professionals can monitor your symptoms, make you comfortable, and help you achieve a substance-free state.
Inpatient Addiction Treatment
Inpatient treatment is an intensive residential treatment program sometimes referred to as “rehab.” Patients live on-site at a treatment facility, supervised by addiction-care professionals, with other people suffering from addiction and working toward recovery.
In this controlled environment, away from the usual cares and triggers of daily life, patients undergo intensive behavioral therapy to build coping strategies for their return to daily life to help them maintain sobriety.
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Outpatient Rehab Programs
Outpatient treatment often follows inpatient treatment, or it could take the place of inpatient treatment if your day-to-day living environment is supportive of your sobriety, or if sober living housing can be arranged.
An outpatient program allows you to commute to the treatment facility. Therapeutic modalities are often just as intense as those you will find at inpatient facilities.
Long-term recovery requires strategies built through behavioral therapy. Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can make a big difference in achieving sobriety because it combines FDA-approved medications with behavioral therapy.
Medications like methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone may be prescribed by a doctor to help you cope with withdrawal symptoms and control cravings.
Once a rehab program is over, treatment facilities often provide alumni services and aftercare. These sources of ongoing therapy and support can be invaluable to maintaining sobriety.
Check and see what aftercare options your program includes, like support groups, twelve-step programs, and sober living arrangements.
Paying For Treatment
Health insurance plans may cover some or all treatment costs, while state Medicaid plans may pick up the slack if health insurance does not cover all of it. Medicaid may also be an option if you don’t have health insurance and are eligible for the program.
Certain foundations, faith-based organizations, governmental bureaus, and charities have a mandate to fight addiction and may provide grants to persons seeking treatment. Crowdfunding platforms like GoFundMe make a big difference as well.
Substance Abuse Trends In Westerville And Franklin/Delaware Counties, Ohio
Westerville sits in Franklin and Delaware Counties, both of which have experienced dramatic spikes in overdose deaths since 2012. These include:
An increase from 70 overdose fatalities in the years 2005-2011 to 94 overdose fatalities in 2012-2017.
Franklin County experienced a worst-ever 431 overdose fatalities in 2017; Delaware County a worst-ever 28.
Franklin County Public Health (FCPH) is the recipient of a three-year $3.9 million grant from the Center for Disease Control to fight the opioid crisis.
The Bluffs Rehab In Sherrodsville, Ohio
Nestled against Atwood Lake 116 miles’ drive from Westerville, The Bluffs offers a comprehensive, person-centered approach to addiction recovery.
Patients enjoy round-the-clock attention from addiction-care professionals and the company of peers in a state-of-the-art facility against the backdrop of tranquil waters and rolling hills.
We employ therapeutic methods that include dual-diagnosis therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, family therapy, and active challenge therapy track that includes a host of outdoor recreational activities.
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