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The Recovery Village® Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab
Groveport, OH 43125
The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab provides a safe, comfortable environment in which to seek recovery. The well-appointed facility sits on 6.5 acres and offers everything you need to heal body and mind — all in a peaceful atmosphere. As a patient of our center, you can enjoy a number of indoor and outdoor amenities, including an art studio for art therapy, two gyms and a rec room (equipped with a pool table and shuffleboard). We also offer an area for yoga therapy. Our goal is to help you down the road of recovery by combining comprehensive treatments with recreational activities so you can get your life back.
The Recovery Village® Columbus is accredited by The Joint Commission of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and licensed by the state of Ohio. Our accreditation and licensure signify that we uphold the highest standards of client care.
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Levels of Care
Detox can be a difficult period for those beginning recovery. As part of our medical detox program, you will be supervised 24 hours a day by our trained medical staff to ensure your safety and manage withdrawal symptoms.
For those in good health who are dedicated to recovery, outpatient programs offer an opportunity to transition from acute levels of care. By participating in therapeutic programs at our facility but living off-site, patients are able to apply the healthy coping skills they’ve learned in recovery.
Treating addiction means treating the whole person, and that takes a team. Our trained staff from multiple disciplines works together to understand and address your unique needs. The range of experience available for your care ensures you have the resources you require for recovery.
The goal of treatment is to return you to a healthy, independent life. Our aftercare programs are designed to provide you the support you need to step out into the world. Ongoing care and resources allow you the tools you need to continue more autonomously in your recovery and avoid relapse.
Living facilities at The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab are designed for comfort, as well as care. As part of your stay, you will enjoy the rest and relaxation needed to support your work toward recovery. Individual rooms are well-appointed with attractive furniture and decor.
Program amenities include a range of therapeutic rooms to facilitate counseling on both an individual and group basis.
A large part of recovery is developing healthy habits and coping skills for dealing with stress and other negative emotions. To support this, in addition to counseling activities, we offer you amenities for recreation, fitness, and relaxation.
We offer areas for walking and gym facilities where patients can participate in sports and physical recreation. Exercise equipment is also available to build strength and healthy routines.
There are also indoor and outside resources for those who enjoy meditation, yoga, and other mindful pursuits. Whatever your approach to recreation, The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab can support your interests.
Indoor and outdoor amenities at The Recovery Village® Columbus include:
- Two fully equipped gyms
- Basketball court
- Paved volleyball court
- Outdoor pickleball court
- Art studio
- Recreation room with shuffleboard and a pool table
- Computer lab
- Outdoor fire pit
- Off-site field trips
What To Expect
We want each client to thrive in a safe environment free from familiar triggers.
Knowing what to bring to rehab and what to leave behind at home can help you focus on effective treatment.
We recommend that clients bring:
- Comfortable sleepwear
- One to two weeks of seasonally appropriate clothing
- Unopened toothpaste and a toothbrush
- Sealed toiletries, including face wash, lotion and feminine products, shampoo and conditioner
Several items are not allowed in our facility for safety purposes, including:
- Drugs or alcohol and products that contain alcohol as an ingredient
- Weapons, including pocket knives
- Clothing that depicts drugs, drug-related paraphernalia or explicit images
- Opened toiletry products, cigarette cartons and vitamin bottles
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does rehab cost at this facility?
The cost of rehab at The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab varies for each person, depending on several factors. Health coverage, the level of treatment programming needed and how long clients stay in rehab all affect the total cost of rehab.
Are cell phones allowed at the facility?
Cell phones will be securely stored upon arrival. After a 72-hour adjustment period, clients can use the phone several times per week at the discretion of our staff.
Does the facility pay for flights to and from rehab?
The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab does not pay for travel arrangements to or from our facility. However, our intake coordinators can help clients arrange travel plans to ensure a safe arrival and departure.
Will family, friends and loved ones be able to visit during rehab?
Family weekends are currently offered once per month at The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab, which affords loved ones a chance to visit the facility. In most levels of care, family therapy is offered once per week.
Tiffany Bell, Medical Director – Dr. Tiffany L. Bell is a Central Ohio trained physician in Psychiatry. She is currently practicing Addiction and General Psychiatry in Columbus, OH. She has a background in working with a multitude of mental illnesses and substance dependencies. Dr. Bell has worked and trained in broad and diverse settings that include Community Mental health, Veteran Affairs Medical Centers, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and, Mount Carmel Health Systems.
Todd Feasel – With over 20 years of experience working with clients living with mental health and substance use disorders, Todd Feasel brings a wealth of experience to The Recovery Village® Columbus. As the clinical director, Todd leads and supervises a team of counselors who provide group, individual and family counseling, as well as music and recreation therapy.
Steven Hart – After spending the first 12 years of his career in the United States Navy as a hospital corpsman, Steven Hart dedicated his life to helping those in need of long-term healing from addiction. Steven has worked in recovery services for more than 30 years, managing inpatient and outpatient programs, maintaining community relations, and inspiring clinical excellence. Steven has held positions with Ingalls Memorial Hospital, Copley Memorial Hospital, Comprehensive Care Corporation, and Hazelden Foundation in Chicago, Illinois, and The Springboard Center in Midland, Texas.
Samuel Bennett – Samuel Bennett is a registered nurse who specializes in the fields of addiction, dual diagnosis and psychiatric patient care. He earned his Associate of Science from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, his Bachelor of Science in nursing from Mercy College of Ohio, and is currently pursuing his Doctor of Nursing Practice with a specialty in executive nurse administration and sub-specialty of nurse education from the University of South Alabama.