North Olmsted, Ohio Alcohol & Drug Rehab Services
North Olmsted consists of many addiction treatment programs to help those in need. These local rehab programs include inpatient and outpatient care, medical detox, and medication-assisted treatment.
While North Olmsted deals with many of the same addiction issues as most places in Ohio, the area also has 70 addiction treatment facilities within a 25-mile radius.
Of those 70 drug rehab centers, most offer a variety of treatment programs including inpatient and outpatient care and medication-assisted treatment.
Available Alcohol & Drug Rehab Services In North Olmsted, Ohio
North Olmsted has an abundance of alcohol and drug treatment services. When a treatment facility offers multiple levels of care, you have more opportunities to receive customized help.
Some of the treatment options offered in this area include:
- inpatient treatment
- intensive outpatient programs
- partial hospitalization programs
- medication-assisted treatment
- dual-diagnosis treatment
During drug and alcohol detox, all traces of alcohol and drugs exit your system. This can occur at a detox center or with the help of your healthcare provider. Either way, it shouldn’t be done on your own as serious withdrawal symptoms can occur.
While under medical supervision, you may be given medication, IV fluids, or other types of treatment to ensure your symptoms are treated and your body and mind become as stable as possible.
With inpatient treatment, you’re under supervision 24/7 while you stay at a residential treatment facility. Inpatient care allows you to focus solely on your recovery without any outside factors.
While you attend residential treatment, you’ll see therapists and psychiatrists on an individual basis and in a group setting. You’ll go to behavioral therapy, learn more about drug abuse and addiction, and participate in recreational activities.
Outpatient treatment programs allow you to receive treatment each day but instead of staying at a facility 24/7, you’re able to go home at night. Outpatient treatment is for those who don’t need as much supervision and generally consists of two types of rehab programs:
- intensive outpatient programs (IOPs): 3-5 hours of treatment per day for 3-5 days per week, including therapy sessions, group counseling, and learning relapse prevention strategies.
- partial hospitalization programs (PHPs): 5-6 hours of treatment per day for 5 days per week, including medical care, group therapy sessions, and addiction education.
Medication-assisted treatment is used to treat opioid and alcohol addiction. While medication is part of this treatment, counseling is part of it as well. This combination ensures the whole body is treated for dependence, cravings, and overall mental health.
Many people entering rehab not only live with addiction but other mental health disorders as well. By treating addiction and mental health disorders together, you ensure one doesn’t negatively affect the other.
When treated separately, addiction could inhibit your progress with your mental health or your mental health could inhibit your progress in addiction recovery.
After you leave addiction treatment, the help doesn’t stop there. Many rehab facilities offer aftercare support. This can include access to sober-living housing, employment assistance, halfway houses, case management, and support groups.
Paying For Addiction Treatment In North Olmsted, Ohio
Paying for addiction treatment can be a worry for many looking for help. Thankfully, Medicaid/Medicare and many private health insurance plans cover most of the cost of drug and alcohol rehab.
For those who are uninsured or underinsured, there are other options like financial assistance, self payment, or sliding-fee scales.
Substance Use Trends & Facts In North Olmsted, Ohio
North Olmsted and Cuyahoga County struggle with drug addiction and overdose deaths like most cities in Ohio. Some drug overdose trends from this area include:
- 560 people died of drug overdoses in Cuyahoga County in 2018, a decrease from 727 in 2017.
- In 2018, 411 people died of fentanyl-related overdoses in Cuyahoga County.
- In 2022, 629 people died of a drug overdose with 464 involving heroin, fentanyl, and/or cocaine.
- Of the overdose deaths in 2022 in Cuyahoga County, the victims ranged in age from 23-76
Local North Olmsted, Ohio Substance Use Resources
Beyond the many addiction treatment centers North Olmsted provides, the city also offers a variety of community resources to ensure you can find the treatment that best fits your needs.
Some of the local resources include:
- The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County
- United Way
- NAMI Greater Cleveland Helpline
- Ohio CareLine
Ohio Recovery Center
Ohio Recovery Center is located in Van Wert, Ohio, which is about 160 miles from North Olmsted. At Ohio Recovery Center, we offer several inpatient treatment options, including detox and medication-assisted treatment, to ensure you get a treatment plan that suits you.
- Cleveland.com — Cuyahoga County drug overdose deaths decreased sharply in 2018 https://www.cleveland.com/news/2019/01/cuyahoga-county-drug-overdose-deaths-decreased-sharply-in-2018.html#:~:text=Drug%20overdose%20deaths%20decreased%20to,to%20preliminary%20data%20released%20Friday.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) — Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) https://www.samhsa.gov/medication-assisted-treatment
- WKYC — Opioid overdose deaths in Cuyahoga County continue to climb https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/local/cuyahoga-county/cuyahoga-county-opioid-overdose-deaths-continue-climb/95-044ae8c8-927b-4b00-b8ee-9c9823eb5d59