Meth Rehab in Ohio

For most people who struggle with meth addiction, trying to recover alone can be difficult. Fortunately, professional addiction treatment can help.

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If left untreated, meth addiction can do significant damage to your health. Fortunately, there are many options for meth treatment and rehabilitation in Ohio, including The Recovery Village Columbus. Our licensed, accredited rehab facility offers life-saving treatment through medical detox, inpatient programs, outpatient care, aftercare services, telehealth and more.

Treatment for Meth Addiction at The Recovery Village Columbus

Addiction involves much more than just substance use — it can be the result of factors like mental health, genetics, biology and even difficult home environments. Because of this, effective treatment requires a holistic approach that addresses any aspect of a person’s life that may contribute to their addiction. 

The Recovery Village Columbus uses this approach by providing evidence-based therapies, dual diagnosis care, family counseling, case management, nutrition programs, medication-assisted treatment and many other services that help promote lifelong healing.

Get Help at The Recovery Village Columbus

Addiction can be challenging to overcome, especially without professional help. The Recovery Village Columbus provides comprehensive rehab programs that can help you achieve long-term recovery.

The Treatment Process for Meth Addiction

After you speak with one of our helpful admissions specialists and arrive at our facility, you will typically begin a medical detox program. Doctors, nurses and addiction specialists monitor your progress around the clock, treating any uncomfortable or dangerous withdrawal symptoms that may occur. 

After medical detox, you’ll transition to inpatient care, where the bulk of treatment takes place. You’ll live onsite and have scheduled appointments each day, ranging from one-on-one therapy sessions to peer support meetings and recreational activities. These help you address your substance use and the underlying causes of your addiction. You’ll also begin learning how to avoid substance use and situations that may trigger it in the future.

Eventually, you’ll be ready to graduate from inpatient care and enter outpatient treatment. This is when you’ll begin the transition back to your daily life with routine visits to the rehab center for ongoing treatment. 

When it’s decided you’re ready to graduate from outpatient treatment, you’ll begin an aftercare program that helps you maintain lifelong recovery. Aftercare may include relapse prevention programs, alumni events, routine check-ins, follow-up appointments, support group meetings and other post-rehab services.

The Components of an Effective Treatment Program

The best meth rehab facilities, including The Recovery Village Columbus, will provide you with all of the tools you specifically need to address your addiction. These should include:

  • 24-hour support from a clinical team
  • Evidence-based care
  • Professional individual and group therapy
  • Medication-assisted treatment, as medically appropriate
  • Post-detox medical support and counseling
  • Treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders
  • Aftercare planning and follow-up appointments

How To Know When It’s Time To Seek Treatment

Struggling with a meth addiction can feel scary and overwhelming. You may feel you’ve lost all control over your life, and it can seem like there’s no way out. One of the best things to do when you find yourself in this situation is to pursue meth rehab treatment.

Like other chronic diseases, meth addiction can be managed and treated. Some people may believe their willpower and strength are enough to stop themselves from using meth, but this doesn’t address the factors that can lead to future meth use. For many, trying to end meth use without treatment can easily turn into a frustrating cycle of failed attempts and relapses.

Fortunately, there are many different resources in Ohio and throughout the nation that can help you end meth use and begin a path to long-term recovery.

Types of Treatment

Our full continuum of care offers a variety of different treatment programs. Your treatment plan may include programs like:

  • Medical detox: Medical detox is often the first step of treatment; during this stage, our clinical team provides clients with 24/7 support to ensure safety during withdrawal.
  • Inpatient treatment: Clients attend intensive treatment, therapy and counseling sessions each day while living at our facility.
  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP): Compared to inpatient programs, PHPs provide clients with more independence and flexibility in their treatment schedules.
  • Outpatient treatment: Outpatient services offer continued treatment for clients as they transition back into their daily lives.
  • Teletherapy: Online therapy services help clients access counseling for mental health and substance use from the comfort of home.
  • Aftercare: Aftercare services promote lifelong recovery by providing relapse prevention strategies, peer group meetings, routine check-ins, follow-up appointments and alumni support.

Benefits of Our Treatment Programs

Our campus at The Recovery Village Columbus offers more than just treatment — it provides an environment that helps you thrive throughout your recovery. Located just outside of Columbus in Groveport, Ohio, our 80-bed facility makes the treatment process a little more relaxing by offering recreational therapy, exercise and nutritional support. These include:

  • Comfortable accommodations
  • Healthy, chef-prepared meals
  • Two fully equipped gymnasiums
  • Basketball, volleyball and pickleball courts
  • Art studio
  • Rec room with shuffleboard and pool tables
  • Computer labs
  • Outdoor fire pits

Learn more about The Recovery Village Columbus.

What Our Patients Have To Say

Lonzie B.
15:46 02 Nov 22
This place was great and great staff. I enjoyed my stay there and recommend if you need help to reach out to this place for real
Matthew G.
22:12 26 Oct 22
I’ve been to this rehab twice and shared how I met Jesus both times 2 years separately. The first year our prayers made miracles happen and the second time around I got to see even more. Isaiah 45:23
Sara T.
15:22 22 Oct 22
Treated me so well. My mental health was their top priority.
Daniel H.
23:59 29 Sep 22
Good medical care and nurturing recovery facility. Meals were prompt and of good quality and presentation. as not told of separate veterans group. Was there for detox only, yet was told I was being moved to residential. I had to say no. For discharge labs were drawn and reviewed with Nurse Practitioner. Was told someone would contact me for discharge only after two days of waiting, I found out that it was not needed. Communication to staff from nurse took long or was not acted on. Still recommend treatment location but with clear understanding of what facility has to offer and know what you want as end result. Daniel H.
Marsie M.
17:54 07 Sep 22
Excellent, supportive, and super fun staff!
Derek C.
15:57 24 Aug 22
The food was great and the counselors really gave us the tools to succeed. The medical team was helpful and listen to my concerns. The medical team really likes putting people on suboxone maintenance when you leave. They made my detox tolerable. The air conditioning was broken the first half of my stay, but was eventually fixed. Special thanks to Mel and Jazzmyne
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Meth doesn’t have to continue its hold over your life. If you or someone you love is struggling with meth addiction and ready to look for treatment, The Recovery Village Columbus is here to help. Contact us today to speak with a helpful admissions representative and learn more about meth addiction treatment programs that can work well for your needs.

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