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Treatment In Ohio
Increasingly, people are searching for Ohio drug and alcohol rehab centers because of the state’s growing problems with addiction and overdoses. According to the Ohio Department of Health, in 2007, drug poisonings that were accidental became the state’s leading cause of deaths from injuries. The trend continued through 2020.
2020 was the state’s highest year for drug overdose deaths, with rates rising above 2017.
Treatment options are available, however, and are life-saving. Whether someone is looking for drug rehab in Ohio or outside of the state, knowing the options can be empowering and help you take the next step.
Our world-class programs offer evidence-based treatment for substance abuse, dual-diagnosis and mental health conditions in boutique environments. From our expertly trained staff to our individualized treatment planning, when you choose one of our facilities you can trust you are in good hands.
We work with most major insurance carriers.
Centric Behavioral Health facilities work with most major health insurance carriers in order to provide effective, accessible treatment options for substance abuse and mental health.
Understanding Substance Use Disorders
Addiction is also known as a substance use disorder or SUD. Addictions are one of the most pressing health issues in the United States.
When you develop an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it’s a chronic disease but also one that’s treatable. An addiction can be diagnosed as mild, moderate, or severe based on a set of symptoms and criteria.
Generally, the more symptoms a person has, the more severe their addiction.
Addictions develop because certain drugs and alcohol can affect the brain’s reward pathways. When this happens, your substance use can be something that’s no longer in your control. Despite negative outcomes, your brain’s reward cycle contributes to compulsive use.
Specific symptoms of substance use disorders can include:
- Experiencing problems at school or work, like declining performance, absenteeism, or social problems.
- Loss of motivation or energy.
- Neglecting hygiene or appearance.
- Spending large amounts of money to get the substance.
- Thinking constantly about using the substance again, keeping a supply, or worrying how it’ll be obtained the next time.
- Engaging in dangerous, risky behaviors while under the influence.
- Withdrawal symptoms when attempting to cut back or stop using a substance.
- Being dishonest, defensive, or aggressive, especially when asked about substance use.
Substance use disorders have physical and mental effects and impact people financially, socially, and in their careers. These different and complex elements must be considered during effective treatment.
Effective treatment needs to address all of the client’s needs, not just their substance use. Underlying mental health disorders should be treated too.
Centric Behavioral Health, with treatment centers in Florida, Tennessee, New Jersey, and nationally, takes a whole-person approach to treating substance use disorders.
What to Expect During Addiction Treatment
Whether you’re seeking addiction treatment in Ohio or another state, you should always look for a program that offers a continuum of care. A continuum of care means that you move into lower, less intensive levels of care as you’re ready. That way, you’re only suddenly thrown into a situation with the appropriate tools to navigate it.
There tends to be the misconception that addiction treatment has a definitive end point, but you’re always working on your recovery, and that can include different levels of treatment along the way.
Levels of care can include:
When addicted to drugs or alcohol, a person may also have a physical dependence. The brain becomes used to the presence of the substance to function in a new sense of normal. When someone stops using the substance they’re dependent on, withdrawal symptoms can occur.
A client benefits from around-the-clock medical care in a safe, comfortable environment during a medical detox.
Medications can be used as needed to reduce withdrawal symptoms and cravings, and help clients begin their treatment program with a clean slate, free of toxins and substances.
Aside from medical detox, inpatient rehab is the most intensive level of care available. Clients move to the facility for a time, which is 60 to 90 days for many people, but it can be longer or shorter.
The full focus during inpatient rehab, whether you’re receiving substance abuse treatment in Ohio or out of state, is on recovery. Clients are supported by expert staff and also other people receiving treatment.
The treatment day includes group and individual therapy, support group meetings, and holistic treatments.
Inpatient rehab is well-suited to someone with a severe or long-term addiction or who would benefit from a stable environment free of triggers in the early days of their recovery.
Outpatient rehab doesn’t include living onsite, but these programs have varying intensity levels.
A partial hospitalization program (PHP), it’s much like inpatient rehab. During a PHP, treatment is intensive and full day most days of the week, with clients returning home or to a sober living home at the end of the day.
An intensive outpatient program is a step down from a PHP but is more intensive than regular outpatient rehab. These programs require longer sessions, usually several days a week.
Then, there are traditional outpatient programs, which offer high flexibility and accountability for your recovery.
Once your program is completed and you’ve gone through the appropriate continuum of care, you’re connected with resources to help you as you return to your daily life. Everyone’s aftercare plan can look unique.
For example, maybe you’re connected with Ohio drug and alcohol rehab centers closer to home so you can continue to check-in. You might live in a sober living house for some time, or your aftercare plan could focus on connecting you with a 12-step program or support group.
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Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Around half of the people with a diagnosable substance use disorder have a co-occurring mental health disorder, such as anxiety, depression, bipolar or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
One can occur before the other, or it may be unclear in which order the conditions appeared.
The reasons there are often mental health disorders that co-occur with substance use disorders can depend on the individual. Some people may have a co-occurring disorder earlier in life, and they begin using drugs or alcohol to self-medicate.
On the other hand, because of how substances affect the brain, they can cause or worsen a mental health disorder.
Regardless, both must be treated. Otherwise, the chances of relapsing are much greater without dual diagnosis treatment. If a mental health disorder remains untreated, it’s more likely that a person will fall back into old patterns.
Centric Behavioral Health offers dual-diagnosis treatment programs in locations around the country.
Reach Out To Learn More
If you are looking for addiction treatment services in Ohio or near you, Centric Behavioral Health Can help. If you’d like to learn more about our inpatient drug rehab centers, contact us today. We can answer questions you may have, verify insurance coverage, and help you take the next steps toward your recovery or help your loved one recover.
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Centric Behavioral Health is dedicated to helping others. Our mission is to connect those who contact us with our trusted treatment programs around the country. Contact us today to learn more about our expert programs and how we can help you find long-term healing today.