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www.211oh.org

2-1-1 is a free community service you can use to get information about social, health and government resources 24 hours a day, every day. Simply dial 2-1-1 or browse their online directory to find the resources you need.  2-1-1 has a comprehensive list of prevention and treatment options, such as:

  • Aftercare and Sober Housing
  • Assessment and Testing
  • Case Management and Support Services
  • Counseling
  • Crisis Intervention and Hotlines
  • Detox, Methadone and Suboxone Maintenance
  • Drinking and Drug-Impaired Driver Programs
  • Prevention, Information and Complaints
  • Smoking Cessation and Prevention
  • Support Groups - AA, NA and others
  • Treatment - Inpatient and Residential
  • Treatment- Outpatient Full Day
  • Treatment- Outpatient Part Day - Intensive


 

Salvation Army Harbor Light

 

Detoxification Services
- (216) 781-2121

IOPT Services - (216) 619-4678


The Salvation Army Harbor Light Complex in Cleveland, Ohio has been in existence for over 50 years and has been a beacon of hope and help, providing services to the most disenfranchised members of society including homeless men, women and children, the alcoholic, the drug addict, and the felon.

Detoxification Services: The Harbor Light Complex administers a medically approved alcohol and other drug (AOD) withdrawal program designed and supervised by Dr. Ted Parren. A board approved physician makes daily visits to the detoxification program and licensed nurses attend to the daily needs of clients experiencing AOD withdrawal.

Intensive Outpatient Program: The Salvation Army Harbor Light Complex Intensive Outpatient Program promotes abstinence. The program provides evidence based relapse prevention strategies for adults who are physically and psychologically dependent on alcohol and/or other drugs. The IOP program conducts therapy in CBT, REBT, strength based perspective and contingency management incentive model.


Catholic Charities

Matt Talbot Inn  (216) 781-0288 and 

Matt Talbot for Women
(216) 634-7500

Matt Talbot Inn:
Provides residential alcohol and other drug addiction treatment for adult men who reside in Cuyahoga County who have received an alcohol and/or other drug assessment and meet the criteria of care as determined by the assessment. May have co-occurring mental health issues.

Matt Talbot for Women: Provides alcohol and other drug addiction treatment for adult women who reside in Cuyahoga County and who have received an assessment; alcohol and/or other drug dependent; may have co-occurring mental health issues. Has the capacity to accept women with young children.


ORCA House

(216) 231-3772 

ORCA House Inc. is a chemical dependency treatment center located in Cleveland Ohio that serves individuals who need treatment services for drug and alcohol addiction.Through therapy and education, individuals begin or resume their recovery process. There are many reasons why a person would need to attend ORCA House Inc in Cleveland. A few of the reasons are: the inability to control their drinking or drug use, alienating their friends and family, legal problems, severe depression and general unhappiness due to excessive drug or alcohol use.

If you need any further assistance please call us for further information. Our not for profit organization has helped thousands of people find the treatment options that changed their lives.  


St. Vincent Charity Rosary Hall

At Rosary Hall, patients and their families find the road to freedom in a recovery process that’s compassionate, comprehensive, and one of the best in the country. Rosary Hall provides a full spectrum of the most current treatment options, including:

Intake services - Provides information, intake and referrals for all Rosary Hall services and programs.

Medical evaluations and ongoing assessments - Individuals are evaluated during a face-to-face session to determine the nature and extent of their misuse and/or addiction to alcohol and other drugs.

Medical stabilization and acute care detoxification in a hospital setting - Our 21-bed inpatient detoxification and assessment unit is located at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center. The average length of stay is three - five days, with services provided by a multi-disciplinary team of physicians, nurses, counselors, nutritionists, pastoral counselors, social workers, case managers and recovery coaches to help guide patients through their hospital stay.

Intensive outpatient - Intensive outpatient programs can be attended during the day or evening and provide primary rehabilitation services to patients who do not require hospitalization. The program typically includes four group sessions per week for five weeks.

Individual counseling - One-on-one meetings with a counselor or social worker to assist in achieving treatment objectives.

Aftercare - Patients who have completed a primary rehabilitation program typically continue treatment in early recovery in the aftercare program. This is a one-hour-per-week group therapy program lasting a minimum of 12 weeks.

Family program - Education, support and counseling of families is integral to Rosary Hall’s rehabilitation programs. During primary rehabilitation, the family is encouraged to attend sessions that include education, multi-family group therapy sessions, individual family member counseling and orientation to 12-step recovery for families.

Case-managed transition into community and support networks - We assist patients in moving from treatment at Rosary Hall to self-help recovery programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. Case management is also provided to transition individuals to the next level of care and to other support services.

Medication-assisted treatment - Rosary Hall is one of only a few substance abuse treatment facilities in Ohio to offer buprenorphine therapy (trade name Suboxone) for treating opiate addictions. Outcomes in treating opiate addictions have never been better. To assist certain patients in maintaining abstinence from alcohol, we also prescribe Campral.

Located in the heart of downtown Cleve­land, Rosary Hall offers convenient access to care for those living and working in the city, as well as its surrounding suburbs.

At Rosary Hall, patients and their families find the road to freedom in a recovery process that’s compassionate, comprehensive, and one of the best in the country. Rosary Hall provides a full spectrum of the most current treatment options, including:

  • Provides information, intake and referrals for all Rosary Hall services and programs.
  • Individuals are evaluated during a face-to-face session to determine the nature and extent of their misuse and/or addiction to alcohol and other drugs.
  • Our 21-bed inpatient detoxification and assessment unit is located at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center. The average length of stay is three - five days, with services provided by a multi-disciplinary team of physicians, nurses, counselors, nutritionists, pastoral counselors, social workers, case managers and recovery coaches to help guide patients through their hospital stay.
  • Intensive outpatient programs can be attended during the day or evening and provide primary rehabilitation services to patients who do not require hospitalization. The program typically includes four group sessions per week for five weeks.
  • One-on-one meetings with a counselor or social worker to assist in achieving treatment objectives.
  • Patients who have completed a primary rehabilitation program typically continue treatment in early recovery in the aftercare program. This is a one-hour-per-week group therapy program lasting a minimum of 12 weeks.
  • Education, support and counseling of families is integral to Rosary Hall’s rehabilitation programs. During primary rehabilitation, the family is encouraged to attend sessions that include education, multi-family group therapy sessions, individual family member counseling and orientation to 12-step recovery for families.
  • We assist patients in moving from treatment at Rosary Hall to self-help recovery programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. Case management is also provided to transition individuals to the next level of care and to other support services.
  • Rosary Hall is one of only a few substance abuse treatment facilities in Ohio to offer buprenorphine therapy (trade name Suboxone) for treating opiate addictions.

Outcomes in treating opiate addictions have never been better. To assist certain patients in maintaining abstinence from alcohol, we also prescribe Campral. Located in the heart of downtown Cleve­land, Rosary Hall offers convenient access to care for those living and working in the city, as well as its surrounding suburbs.

 


 

Recovery Resources

Recovery Resources helps people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions. Mental illness and addiction are diseases - they can be treated, and people do recover. These illnesses do not discriminate; they affect anyone - rich or poor, male or female, young or old. We are committed to uncovering recovery by dissolving stigma, an enormous barrier that prevents people from obtaining treatment and living full and productive lives.

Recovery resources is one of the largest behavioral health non-profits in Northeast Ohio. We specialize in treating people with co-occurring disorders of mental illness and substance abuse. Both tear at the fabric of stability for individuals, families and the community. With the help of Recovery Resources' robust continuum of clinical and support services, clients regain stability by attaining employment, maintaining a home, positively connecting with family and friends, and more fully participating as engaged citizens of our community.

Recovery Resources is certified by both the Ohio Department of Mental Health and the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services, and is nationally accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.


New Directions



Where To Turn



When drugs and alcohol lead adolescents down a dangerous path, New Directions can help guide them on a new course toward recovery.

An independent non-profit, New Directions is the only residential and outpatient treatment program of its kind in Northeast Ohio, providing residential treatment for over 40,000 adolescents and their families since 1981.

If you know a young person who needs help, please contact New Directions for professional intervention. Our multidisciplinary clinical treatment team of therapists, case managers, psychiatrists, and teachers are here to provide compassionate treatment for chemically dependent adolescents and their families.

We accept all referrals.

Fees vary according to services provided. New Directions’ services qualify for many third party insurance plans. Financial assistance is available.

Mission

New Directions provides quality life-changing treatment to chemically dependent adolescents and their families dealing with emotional, behavioral, or psychiatric needs.

Vision

New Directions will be the provider of choice for behavioral healthcare, setting the standards with innovative and evidence-based services.

Core Values

  • Client-Centered
  • Collaborative
  • Diversity
  • Excellence
  • Integrity
  • Tenacity

The Right Track


Assessment

At New Directions, the right track begins with an assessment to evaluate each adolescent’s chemical use, mental health, and family situation. Upon completion of the assessment, recommendations are provided.

Gender Specific Residential Treatment


Chemically dependent adolescents receive intensive 24-hour treatment from a dedicated staff, which includes Certified Counselors, Medical Director, Psychiatrist, Nursing Director, and Registered Dietician. The therapeutic day includes the John F. Stafford Educational Program staffed with full-time teachers, and teaching assistants from Orange City Schools. The program also includes group therapy, individual therapy, art therapy, family therapy, trauma counseling, life skills training, physical recreation, and 12 step recovery meetings. Length of stay varies, based upon each adolescent’s needs.

Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment

Male adolescents with a dual diagnosis receive intensive 24-hour treatment. This treatment program will include individual, group, and art therapy, medication management, and relapse prevention. Length of stay varies, based upon each adolescent’s needs.

Parent Education Program

Parents/guardians attend six (6) sessions of parent education when their child is involved in treatment at New Directions.  The group convenes on Saturdays from 9:30 – 11:30 am.  Chemical dependency, feelings, communication, parenting, and parenting issues are some of the topics covered during the sessions. 

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

For adolescents who do not need 24-hour supervision, or who have completed residential treatment, New Directions provides appropriate levels of intensive outpatient treatment.

Treatment consists of after-school sessions, three times a week, three hours per session, and includes family therapy. Length of stay varies, based upon each adolescent’s needs.

Continuing Care

When adolescents no longer require intensive residential or outpatient treatment, New Directions provides an individualized program of continuing care, and support to adolescents and their families.

Family and Individual Therapy

When necessary, New Directions will provide additional counseling services for both adolescents and their families.

Tracing Our Steps

New Directions began in 1980 as a “Demonstration Program” commissioned by the Ohio Department of Health. The Department had determined that drug and alcohol treatment for youth was Ohio’s most significant health priority. The state wanted this program to demonstrate a model for the successful treatment of chemically dependent adolescents after they returned from out-of-state hospital care.

Today, The W. Hayden Thompson Center at New Directions is located on three wooded acres on Cleveland’s east side. It provides pleasant living space for both male and female residential, and accommodates our outpatient treatments services as well.

New Directions’ clinical staff applies a holistic approach to recovery, addressing the emotional, psychological, physical, and spiritual needs of each person.

New Directions does not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, physical limitations, or national origin.


Stella Maris

Stella Maris was founded May 10, 1948 and opened its doors six months later onNovember 16, 1948.

Father Otis Winchester, a young priest and assistant pastor at the neighboring St. Malachi Church in Cleveland, Ohio, along with seven members of a relatively new organization, Alcoholic Anonymous (AA), recognized the need in Cleveland for housing, health care, and a strong network of support to help those dealing with alcoholism take their first step on the road to recovery.

This dedicated group founded Stella Maris to help the “poorest of the poor.” It was the first independent rehabilitation center and halfway house services in Cuyahoga County to provide detoxification services to the alcohol and drug addicted.

The agency was named Stella Maris, the Latin for "Star of the Sea," in honor of the Mother of God. Stella Maris became a refuge for men dubbed by newspaper headlines as “derelict and debauched” and “skid row bums.” Homeless, down-and-out men were assured three meals a day, a prescribed course of treatment, and the camaraderie of other alcoholics seeking sobriety. Continue reading ...

Mission Statement

Stella Maris’ mission is to provide quality chemical dependency treatment and mental health services to our community regardless of race, sex, religion or ability to pay. Stella Maris will strive to make services available to all those seeking treatment based on presenting need and available treatment capacity. Stella Maris recognizes that alone we cannot meet the total needs of our community and will work with other community resources to improve the availability of appropriate services for the treatment of alcoholism and other addictions.

Overview of Programs

Download a complete descriptions of the programs we offer:

Subacute Detoxification for Men and Women

Persons Served: Adult, chemically dependent men and women.

Description: The Subacute Detoxification Unit consists of 16 beds for both men and women and is accredited by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS) and the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). The unit is staffed 24-hours a day by licensed nurses and all care is supervised by our team of physicians. Certified chemical dependency counselors provide education and counseling throughout the patient’s treatment and facilitate linkage with ongoing care upon discharge. AA and NA volunteers interact with clients introducing them to 12 step recovery principles and the recovering community.

Intensive Outpatient Programs for Men and Women

Persons Served: Adult, chemically dependent men and women.

Description: Outpatient Services range from 1 to 10 hours per week.  Clients may attend activities one to five days per week, including individual/group counseling, lectures, and case management. The intensity and frequency of the outpatient services is based upon each client’s needs and progress. AA and NA groups are held at Stella Maris each day to supplement the treatment services.

Sober Housing for Men


Persons Served: Adult, chemically dependent men.

Description:
The Supportive Housing consists of 35 beds and provides individual and group counseling, chemical dependency education, case management, psychiatric care, medical care, family education, vocational counseling, and linkage to employment. The model for the program is a “TC” or Therapeutic Community. In a TC, the clients provide feedback to one another regarding their progress in achieving healthy or “right living” habits. Clients have responsibility for the governance of the TC, as well as the day-to-day activities in the community. AA / NA volunteers interact with the clients throughout treatment and AA / NA groups are held at Stella Maris each day of the week.


C.A.P.A

CAPAC.A.P.A has constructed a resource guide for the Brecksville-Broadview Heights community. Here you will find a comprehensive list of resources, services, and treatment options for individuals and families struggling with substance abuse. These services include: Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Ala-teen, Al-Anon, and in-patient and outpatient treatment facilities.