Xanax Rehab in Ohio

Xanax (alprazolam) is a benzodiazepine drug often used to treat anxiety and panic disorders. Unfortunately, benzos like Xanax carry a high risk of dependence and addiction, which can lead to uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms when someone tries to quit.

In 2020, around 4.8 million Americans aged 12 or older abused Xanax or other benzodiazepines. While Xanax abuse can lead to dependence and addiction, these conditions can still develop in people who take the drug as prescribed. If you take Xanax and believe you may be struggling with dependence or addiction, it’s important to be aware of the treatment options available to you.

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Treatment for Xanax Addiction at The Recovery Village Columbus

At The Recovery Village Columbus, we believe it’s important to address all aspects of a person’s addiction — not just their substance use. Throughout treatment, our mental health experts help clients uncover the underlying causes of their addiction, such as past trauma, co-occurring mental health conditions, home environments and more. With this approach, clients can learn healthier ways to cope with difficult situations in the future. 

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 Xanax Addiction

Because quitting Xanax can lead to uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms, the treatment process usually begins with a medical detox. During a medically assisted detox, each client eliminates drugs like Xanax from their system while doctors monitor and treat any withdrawal symptoms that arise. Detox doesn’t give someone the tools needed for lifelong recovery, however, so it’s usually followed by an inpatient rehab program.

In inpatient care, clients begin intensive treatment for their Xanax addiction. A client’s schedule may include appointments with clinicians, individual and group therapy with licensed therapists, peer support meetings, holistic therapies and more. Many clients eventually transition to outpatient care, which provides ongoing treatment and support as clients slowly return to their daily lives. 

The treatment process doesn’t end when clients finish outpatient care, however. Early recovery can be difficult, especially without support. As clients near the end of rehab treatment, our experts help them create an individualized aftercare plan that provides ongoing assistance and helps prevents relapse. This creates the safety net needed for lifelong recovery.

The Components of an Effective Treatment Program

A Xanax rehab facility should provide you with the tools you specifically need to conquer your addiction. The most effective rehab centers can provide:

  • 24-hour support from a clinical team
  • Evidence-based care
  • Behavioral therapies
  • Post-detox medical support and counseling
  • Treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders
  • Medication-assisted treatment, if applicable
  • Aftercare planning and follow-up appointments

How To Know When It’s Time To Seek Treatment

If you’ve discovered that you may be dependent on or addicted to Xanax, you’re likely wondering how you can treat these conditions safely. It’s never a good idea to try quitting without a doctor’s guidance, as Xanax withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous. Your doctor can create a Xanax tapering schedule that helps you gradually decrease your dose and reduce withdrawal symptoms.

Medical detox programs may use a similar tapering approach, but you also receive 24/7 care and ongoing treatment for withdrawal symptoms that occur. At centers that offer a full continuum of care, such as The Recovery Village Columbus, you can easily transition into inpatient care after detox ends.

Keep in mind that detox is only the first step in recovery. Your doctor may be able to help you end Xanax use, but it’s still important to address the concerns that could lead you to use it again in the future.

Benefits of Our Treatment Programs

Located near Columbus in Groveport, Ohio, our 80-bed addiction treatment facility offers plenty of room for the healing process to take place. We believe that calm, supportive environments help each client thrive in their recovery journey, which is why we provide a wide variety of relaxing activities and amenities that promote healing and growth. On our campus, clients can enjoy:

  • Comfortable, well-appointed living accommodations
  • Fully equipped gymnasiums and exercise rooms
  • Basketball, volleyball and pickleball courts
  • Art studios
  • Shuffleboard and pool tables
  • Computer labs
  • Outdoor fire pits
  • Nutritious, chef-prepared meals

Learn more about what The Recovery Village Columbus can offer you during your stay.

Types of Treatment

At The Recovery Village Columbus, your treatment process may include the following programs:

  • Medical detox: Our medically assisted detox program treats uncomfortable or dangerous withdrawal symptoms that occur and provides clients with 24/7 monitoring and support. 
  • Inpatient treatment: In inpatient treatment, clients live at our facility while attending individual and group therapy, counseling and peer support sessions.
  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP): PHPs are similar to inpatient programs, but they provide more flexibility and independence in the treatment schedule.
  • Outpatient treatment: Outpatient care helps clients transition back into their day-to-day routines after they complete inpatient treatment.
  • Teletherapy: Online therapy and counseling services allow clients to easily access mental health and substance abuse treatment from the comfort of home.
  • Aftercare: Aftercare planning helps people maintain recovery through relapse prevention plans, peer support meetings, routine check-ins, alumni events and many other services.

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

Get Started Today

Xanax addiction can be difficult — even dangerous — to recover from alone. Fortunately, there are many options for Xanax addiction treatment in Ohio. If you or someone you love is ready to stop using benzodiazepines like Xanax, The Recovery Village Columbus is here to help. We provide a full continuum of care that allows you to gradually transition through levels of treatment as you become more comfortable in your recovery. Contact us today to learn more about Xanax addiction treatment programs that can work well for your needs.

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