Mental Health Care In Cleveland, Ohio

Manish Mishra, MBBS

Medically Reviewed By: Manish Mishra, MBBS

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Cleveland residents struggling with their mental health can get help from mental health centers, including at Ohio Recovery Center. Professional treatment services such as behavioral therapy and medication can improve your mental health in the long term.

More than 20 percent of all Ohio residents may struggle with depression. 

In the Greater Cleveland area, this suggests that hundreds of thousands of Clevelanders may suffer from depression every year. Other mental illnesses, such as anxiety, also affect thousands of Clevelanders yearly.

If you or someone you love are struggling with your mental health in Greater Cleveland, mental health treatment centers in Northeast Ohio, Cuyahoga County, and across Ohio can help.

If you’re looking for inpatient mental health treatment programs, you can also reach out to Ohio Recovery Center (ORC). Our campus is located about 3 hours away from Cleveland by car.

Mental Health Care For Cleveland Residents

At ORC, we offer primary mental health treatment programs that fit your individual needs. We also offer dual diagnosis recovery services for co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues.

Our mental health treatment programs can help Clevelanders with:

Our staff of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, master level clinicians, case managers, and other specialists create and carry out a personalized treatment program for you. We will give you the resources you need to recover, and support you during and after your treatment program.

Our Mental Health Services

ORC’s mental health services place Clevelanders on the path to long-term recovery.

With professional and peer support, you can learn about your own mental health and practice established ways of managing your symptoms. Our treatment sessions are offered in a safe, structured environment where you can focus on your recovery.

When you finish our accredited treatment program, you have the tools, knowledge, and understanding you need to survive and thrive.

Short-Term Stabilization

Short-term stabilization can manage patients going through a mental health crisis without committing to long-term treatment. At ORC, we offer stabilization services such as:

  • psychiatric services
  • behavioral health services
  • social and employment training
  • referrals to long-term treatment plans

Our stabilization options can help patients transition from inpatient care to full discharge.

Medication Management

Taking medication as directed by our treatment providers can improve your mental health symptoms. We can manage or adjust medication for the following mental illnesses:

  • antidepressants (for major depression)
  • benzodiazepines (for anxiety disorders)
  • mood stabilizers (for bipolar disorder)
  • antipsychotics (for forms of psychosis)
  • stimulants (for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD))
  • medication for alcohol or opioid withdrawal

Medication is an effective mental health treatment option alongside counseling and psychosocial treatment.

Individual & Group Psychotherapy

Our psychotherapy approaches include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing, community reinforcement approaches (CRA), exposure therapy, and other options.

The therapy approaches that work for you may depend on your mental health and other specific needs. We offer both one-on-one and group therapy sessions.

One-on-one psychotherapy can help your psychiatrist develop coping mechanisms and skills just for you. Group therapy settings can help you support and receive support from other patients with similar life experiences.

Psychosocial Treatments

Mental health recovery is not an isolated process. Access to social and group settings during mental health treatment can prepare you for real-life situations.

Our psychosocial treatment options may include:

  • family therapy
  • attending support group meetings, such as Alcoholics Anonymous
  • connecting to community resources
  • social and work skills training
  • case management

During psychosocial treatment, you can connect with other patients going through treatment. Your family members or loved ones can also learn about living with and managing mental illness.

Wellness Activities

Practicing healthy daily routines, also known as wellness activities, can improve your mental health. Our wellness options may include:

  • on-site exercise center
  • yoga classes
  • meditation classes
  • access to dieticians and nutritionists
  • outdoor activities
  • walking trails

By participating in wellness activities at ORC, you can better develop healthy habits as part of your long-term recovery.

How Our Mental Health Program Works

We offer short-term mental health programs, which last for an average of 14 to 18 days.

During your inpatient treatment program, you stay in one of our 37 beds prepared specifically for our mental health patients. We provide gender-specific inpatient housing on our open, 55-acre campus.

Initial Assessment & Evaluation

Within 24 hours of enrolling in our treatment program, you receive initial assessments and evaluations. Our intake assessments can help our team determine the severity of your mental health problems and potential treatment options.

After finishing the assessment stage, you start your personalized treatment plan.

Individualized Treatment Pathway

Our team can create an individualized treatment plan based on your assessment results.

While effective treatment options may vary from patient to patient, your road to recovery may involve behavioral therapy, family therapy, skills development programs, and wellness activities.

Aftercare Planning

We understand the importance of long-term mental health management. Connecting you with long-term recovery resources can help you manage your mental health in the future.

Our aftercare services may include:

  • outpatient treatment options
  • medication-assisted treatment
  • grief and trauma-focused counseling
  • peer support and community outreach programs
  • independent living training

Your path to mental health recovery can start with Ohio Recovery Center. Contact us today for personalized mental health treatment options that work for you, your family members, and your loved ones in Cleveland.

  1. National Alliance on Mental Illness https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/StateFactSheets/OhioStateFactSheet.pdf
  2. News 5 Cleveland https://www.news5cleveland.com/news/state/depression-in-ohio-higher-than-nation-poor-mental-health-increasing

Written by Ohio Recovery Center Editorial Team

© 2024 Ohio Recovery Center | All Rights Reserved

* This page does not provide medical advice.

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