Carroll County, Ohio Drug Rehab & Addiction Services

Manish Mishra, MBBS

Medically Reviewed By: Manish Mishra, MBBS

on April 7, 2023

Carroll County has many addiction treatment centers and community resources. Some of the treatment services available include medical detox, inpatient treatment, and medication-assisted treatment. There are also a number of support groups and helplines in the area.

Carroll County is located in northeast Ohio about an hour away from Akron. The main board in charge of the mental health and addiction services in the county is the Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services Board (ADAMHS) of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties. 

Beyond the substance abuse treatment services in Carroll County, there are also many around the state, including Ohio Recovery Center in Van Wert.

Substance Abuse Resources In Carroll County, Ohio 

The Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services Board (ADAMHS) of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties was established for the purpose of planning, funding, monitoring, and evaluating the mental health, alcohol, and drug treatment services in the two counties. 

The ADAMHS Board of this county also provides:

  • children and youth services
  • counseling and behavioral health 
  • emergency/crisis 
  • housing 
  • parent resources 
  • senior services
  • suicide prevention 
  • support groups

Additionally, the Carroll County Health Department offers overdose prevention/naloxone kits. 

If you’re living with alcohol addiction, there are also many Alcoholics Anonymous support group meetings in the area. The state of Ohio also provides the Ohio CareLine. When you call, behavioral health professionals are available to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Ohio Recovery Center

Ohio Recovery Center is located about three hours away from Carroll County. If you or a loved one are struggling with drug and/or alcohol abuse, we offer comprehensive inpatient treatment. 

We also provide a number of treatment programs including detox, behavioral therapy, medication-assisted treatment, and aftercare support.

Carroll County Substance Use & Overdose Data

A life-threatening drug overdose can be an inevitable consequence when substance use disorder is left untreated. Substance use trends and overdose data collected from Carroll County include:

  • In 2022, Carroll county had an overdose death rate of 21.1 per 100,000 population.
  • According to the Ohio Department of Health, unintentional drug poisoning is the leading cause of injury and death in Ohio. In 2018, 3,764 people died of unintentional drug overdoses, and fentanyl was involved in nearly 73% of those overdose deaths.
  • Powdered cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, Suboxone, and prescription opioids are the most popular drugs used in Carroll County.

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Options In Carroll County, Ohio

Currently, there are 17 alcohol and drug rehab centers in Carroll County, and most are located in Carrollton. Other treatment centers can be found in Sherrodsville, Cadiz, New Philadelphia, and Dover.

Of the many treatment services available in Carroll County, most rehab centers offer medical detox, inpatient and outpatient care, and medication-assisted treatment (MAT).

Medical Detox

Medical detox involves going to a detox center or inpatient facility where medical professionals help you through the detox process. 

They will aid you in managing your withdrawal symptoms, providing medication to ease specific symptoms. This ensures you leave detox stable so you can move on to the next step of your recovery.

Inpatient Treatment

Inpatient treatment involves 24/7 supervision and care and is best for those with moderate to severe addiction. You live at a residential treatment facility while you participate in behavioral therapy, group therapy, mental health counseling, medical care, and addiction education.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment is for anyone with a mild addiction who has a strong support system at home. You must also be able to live at home when you’re not in treatment.

There are generally three types of outpatient care: standard outpatient, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), and partial hospitalization programs (PHPs).

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is for those with opioid or alcohol addiction. In MAT, healthcare providers prescribe certain medications (methadone, buprenorphine, etc.) approved to ease cravings and withdrawal symptoms and reduce the risk of relapse.

Payment Options Accepted In Carroll County, Ohio

Many drug and alcohol rehab centers in Carroll County accept both private health insurance and Medicaid/Medicare. 

If you’d like to know how much your plan covers, what your copay is, or if a specific treatment center is covered, you’ll need to contact your insurance company or the specific treatment facility you’d like to attend.

If you’re uninsured or underinsured, there are payment assistance options you can look into as well, including:

  • asking the treatment center about payment plans, financial assistance, or sliding fee scales
  • applying for a loan
  • using self-payment options like cash or credit card
  • using a crowdfunding site such as GoFundMe

To verify your insurance coverage or learn more about the addiction treatment programs we provide, please call Ohio Recovery Center’s helpline today.

  1. Carroll County General Health District — Overdose Prevention
  2. Ohio Department of Health — Preliminary Data Summary: Ohio Unintentional Drug Overdose Deaths

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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