Recovery Services & Treatment for Addiction (Substance Use Disorders)
You can feel better. Let Coleman help you take the first steps.
“A treatable, chronic medical disease involving complex interactions among brain circuits, genetics and the environment and an individual’s life experiences. People with addition use substances or engage in behaviors that become compulsive and often continue despite harmful consequences.”
This treatment program is a combination of interventions to address substance abuse and dependence. The plan may include SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral and Treatment), assessment, individual and group counseling, case management, education, linkage to self-help groups and family systems work.
Treatment may include Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), a whole-patient approach to the treatment of substance-use disorders and relief of withdrawal symptoms so clients stay engaged in detoxification and primary counseling.
Your Path to Recovery
At Coleman, those suffering from a substance use disorder can expect this path to recovery:
- Case Management
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Individual Counseling
- Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
- Weekly After Care Program (Group Therapy, 2 hours per week)
- Employment Services
How Coleman Intensive Outpatient Therapy Works
Our program meets for 9 hours a week. Addiction is a life threatening condition and the brain requires time to heal. There may be ups and downs, successes and setbacks. Time invested in an lOP helps the treatment take root and continues long after the treatment is completed.
Our Continuum of Recovery
Our goal is to help you feel a little better in the short term so you have the energy to work towards feeling better in the long term.
Feel Better First
The road to recovering from drugs and alcohol is a marathon. Simply put, no one can run a marathon if they are sick, not sleeping well, or struggling with mental illness. Our goal is to help you feel a little better in the short term so you have the energy to work towards feeling a lot better in the long term. With addiction, there are ups and downs, successes and setbacks.
Brain & Behavior
At Coleman we look at addiction as primarily a brain-based disease. Addiction to drugs and alcohol changes the way the brain functions. Some areas of the brain become overactive while some become quiet with inactivity. The transformation of recovery is nothing more than helping your brain to heal and to return to the balance it enjoyed before drugs and alcohol turned life upside down. At Coleman, we use a progressive treatment that aids individuals in connecting the mind and the body for stronger holistic health and increased personal control.
Client Centered Care
At Coleman, your opinion matters. The addiction program is set up so that you are able to give weekly feedback to your counselor. The program is modular and uses a variety of activities that can be customized based on your needs. Addiction is complex and it often plays out differently from one person to the next. We feel these differences are important and deserve individualized attention.
Trauma and Mental Health
Trauma and drug addiction go hand in hand. At Coleman, you have access to counselors familiar with the complexities of both addiction and trauma. You can get help for both of these serious issues at one location. In addition, Coleman Professional Services has over a forty year history of service to those with mental illness throughout Ohio.
Coleman’s Addiction Treatment Service is available in the following counties:
Allen, Auglaize, Hardin, Jefferson, Mahoning, Portage, Stark, Summit, Trumbull
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