For those seeking recovery from addiction, the first step is detoxification. With medically assisted detox, you are supported through the process 24 hours a day by our professional medical staff. As your body rids itself of drugs or alcohol, we work to ensure your safety and minimize the discomfort of withdrawal.
While just the beginning of the journey to recovery, a healthy detox puts you in the best position to begin ongoing treatment and achieve long-term success.
Residential, or inpatient, treatment provides round-the-clock supervision and care as you pursue your treatment plan. In this program, the focus is transitioning from the detox process to long-term recovery. Residential treatment programs offer structured support and medical supervision along with counseling and other therapeutic activities.
Residential programs are best for people who do not have a stable living, and/or family support, and/or employment situations.
As you continue your journey to successful recovery, our outpatient care programs give you a customized level of support and care. Our trained staff will work with you to strengthen the skills needed for healthy coping and relapse prevention. Customized plans for counseling, group therapy, and other services are available as you transition to more independent care.
The Recovery Village offers teletherapy treatment for those who are struggling from substance abuse and mental health issues.
For those who are ready for a greater degree of independence in their recovery process, The Recovery Village offers a partial hospitalization program (PHP). While in a partial hospitalization program, those in recovery continue to participate in therapeutic treatment and medical supervision during the day.
Offering another transitional step for recovery, our intensive outpatient program (IOP) balances autonomy with structure. An IOP typically follows a residential or partial hospitalization program. As you work to exercise healthy coping skills in a supportive, you will continue to enjoy access to therapeutic treatment at our facilities.
The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab recognizes addiction as a mental health disorder. Therefore, our approach to treatment is the same way we approach any other mental health condition — by treating the emotional, mental and physical symptoms simultaneously while addressing the root cause.
We accomplish this by providing clients with access to addiction experts, personal treatment plans tailored to meet their needs, aftercare programs, and other resources for long-term healing. We treat the whole person instead of focusing only on their addiction and we make sure to address underlying conditions that can contribute to substance abuse.
Every patient’s situation is unique, so our skilled team includes a range of disciplines and expertise to handle your exact needs.
Long-term recovery involves developing coping skills and a continued network of support. Building on your successful transition to healthy recovery, our team works with you to continue that success in the real world. With a program tailored to your needs and challenges, we work to support you in making your recovery a lifelong one.
Participation in aftercare programs has been repeatedly demonstrated to lower relapse rates.
We are closely monitoring all developments associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve. This means some off-site activities or other programming have been postponed or moved to telehealth offerings. Your cooperation during this time is greatly appreciated.
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