Is Treatment At ORC Right For You?

Ohio Recovery Center (ORC) might be a good fit for you if you experience symptoms of addiction or other mental health conditions. Before choosing us, you should consider if our program fits in with your daily life and financial situation.

At Ohio Recovery Center (ORC), we offer a comprehensive inpatient program to help you or your loved one achieve long-term recovery. When considering treatment with us, you should think about your symptoms, your daily life, and your insurance.

Your Symptoms

Our facility is accredited for addiction treatment and licensed for primary mental health care. That means our program works best for people experiencing symptoms of addiction or other mental health conditions. These symptoms might include:

  • mood swings
  • anxiety
  • irritability 
  • sudden changes in energy or sleeping habits
  • sudden changes in appetite or weight
  • loss of interest in activities once enjoyed
  • reduced motivation
  • difficulty keeping up with responsibilities at work, school, or home
  • isolation or sudden change in friends
  • drug cravings
  • tolerance (needing an increasingly larger amount of a drug to feel the desired effects)
  • physical dependence (experiencing withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea or sweating, when you don’t use drugs)
  • an inability to stop misusing drugs despite negative consequences, such as relationship damage, job loss, or health problems

To address these symptoms, our healthcare providers design personalized, evidence-based treatment plans. 

Do You Need Medical Detox?

If you have addiction, your treatment plan will likely start with medical detox. During detox, doctors help you manage withdrawal symptoms as you get drugs out of your system. They may administer medications, IV fluids, or nutritional support. 

Will You Benefit From Our Treatment Services?

Our treatment program also focuses heavily on individual and group therapy. We offer many types of therapy, such as trauma-focused therapy, grief counseling, and therapy for specific populations, including the LGBTQ+ community, first responders, and young adults. 

Other services we offer include:

Are You In Crisis?

We also provide short-term stabilization services for people experiencing a mental health crisis. A mental health crisis occurs when you feel unable to function in daily life or when you pose a danger to yourself or others. Common signs of a mental health crisis include:

  • sudden, extreme changes in mood or behavior
  • inability to perform basic tasks, such as showering, eating, or getting out of bed
  • paranoia (irrational mistrust of others)
  • delusions (beliefs that conflict with reality)
  • hallucinations (seeing, hearing, or feeling things that aren’t there)
  • self-harm
  • suicidal thoughts

To help you recover from a crisis, we offer services like psychiatric monitoring, counseling, and daily living skills training. 

These services work well as an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization. They may also benefit people who have recently been hospitalized and want a less intensive level of care. 

Your Daily Life

To achieve long-term recovery, you must plan how your treatment will fit in with your daily life. For example, if you choose inpatient care, you may need to take time off from work or arrange childcare. That means you’ll need to find out how long your inpatient program will last.

Length Of Stay At ORC

Our inpatient detox program only lasts 7 to 10 days. 

However, after completing detox, most people transition to our inpatient program for addiction and co-occurring mental health conditions, which can last up to 30 days. Our short-term stabilization program for mental health lasts 14 to 18 days

The exact length of your stay with us will depend on factors such as:

  • the severity of your condition
  • whether you have multiple conditions
  • how you respond to treatment 

What If You Lack Support Or Have Trouble Accessing Inpatient Care?

Even if you have a more severe condition or lack a supportive home, you might have trouble accessing inpatient care due to costs or time constraints. 

In that case, we can help you find a sober living home. Sober living homes are safe, supervised housing facilities designed for people in recovery. 

Your Insurance

Many people pay for addiction and mental health treatment using insurance. Before choosing ORC, contact us so we can verify that we accept your insurance. 

You should also contact your insurance provider to determine what services your plan covers and how much you will need to pay out of pocket. Your out-of-pocket costs will depend on factors such as:

  • the specific details of your health insurance plan, including your copay and deductible
  • your length of stay
  • the treatment services you need
  • the location of ORC

If you don’t have insurance or are underinsured, we can help you explore other payment or treatment options.

To learn more about our treatment program and whether it’s right for you, please reach out to us today. 

Written by Ohio Recovery Center Editorial Team

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* This page does not provide medical advice.

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