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I. The 28 Best Rehab Facilities in Cleveland


Stella Maris

Stella Maris

1320 Washington Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113
216-781-0550
Stellamariscleveland.com

Stella Maris is a comprehensive addiction treatment center offering detox, inpatient rehab, intensive outpatient and PHP, and MAT services located in the heart of Cleveland. It’s a modern facility with support not just for the person with addiction problems but also for the family. Clients gain the benefit of detoxing in a medication-assisted location, and the program uses a 12-step treatment model along with mentoring to help people get the support they need. Once treatment is complete, Stella Maris also helps with recovery housing, job prep-services, and job placement. It also offers supportive housing for men.

What patients are saying:

An alumnus of the in-house program stated, “I can’t thank them enough for saving my life 17 years ago, I called and a nurse I wish I could remember her name she got me in there and I and received treatment for heroin, and I’ve been clean ever since.”

Reviews:

  • 5.00 Stars
  • 114 Reviews

New Day Recovery

new day recovery

960 Boardman-Canfield Road
Youngstown, OH 44512
330-886-4744
Newday-recovery.com

Providing services to residents across much of Northeast Ohio, New Day Recovery offers individualized treatment plans for alcohol and drug addiction. This includes a complete, medically supervised drug and alcohol detox program, residential treatment, and ongoing, supportive aftercare. New Day Recovery also has dual diagnosis services, helping men and women with mental illness support. Holistic therapy aims to help support the mind, body, and soul. This treatment location has a large campus with ample privacy and a beautiful setting, a short drive from Cleveland in Youngstown. Clients receive compassionate, customized care through individual, group, and family treatment programs.

What patients are saying:

An alumnus of the treatment program at New Day Recovery stated, “Great environment. Kept you busy and focused on the topic at hand: getting sober. Lodging was nice, two to a room, but closets separated the two different areas. The staff was amazing, really made everyone feel like a family.”

Reviews:

  • 5.00 Stars
  • 11 Reviews

Bluffs

Bluffs

2650 Lodge Road SW
Sherrodsville, OH 44675
888-481-7821
Bluffsrehab.com

Situated on a large, sprawling campus in a wooded, slightly remote area, Bluffs is a drug and alcohol recovery program designed to provide complete service. Clients can use a medication-assisted drug and alcohol detox program as a first step. After a full assessment, an individualized treatment plan is created, which may include residential or intensive outpatient care. The Bluffs uses evidence-based treatments, including dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and EMDR. It also offers dual diagnosis treatment, which aims to minimize mental illness risks. A beautiful location, with a waterfall area in the backyard, it is a relaxing place to recover.

What patients are saying:

One five-star review from an alumnus stated, “This facility is better than another place I had been in the past. The groups are well done and informative, quite helpful. The bed in the regular room was big and so comfy! I definitely recommend The Bluffs.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 46 Reviews

Recovery Resources

Recovery Resources

3950 Chester Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
216-431-4131
Recres.org

Located in the heart of Cleveland, Recovery Resources provides a wide range of drug and alcohol treatment for those at high risk. Additional treatment programs for those with HIV/AIDs, criminal justice concerns, and mental health disorders are also available. Many of the resources aim to educate and prevent addiction. Recovery Resources works hard within the community to achieve this. For addiction treatment, the location offers intensive outpatient therapy, partial hospitalization, and medication-assisted treatment. It has a women and family services program to help those with children between the ages of 3 and 6.

What patients are saying:

One reviewer noted, “An incredible resource for the Greater Cleveland community for drug, alcohol, gambling and other addictions, mental health and other health care concerns, as well as job placement, vocational training, and food assistance.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 50 Reviews

The Ridge Ohio

the ridge ohio

25 Whitney Drive, Suite 120
Milford, OH 45150
513-434-3206
Theridgeohio.com

An elegant, modern drug and alcohol treatment center, The Ridge Ohio offers a unique program that includes holistic healing designed just for the individual. Most people begin with detox. The Ridge Residential Program is an on-site, several-week program designed to provide treatment through evidence-based care, including cognitive behavioral therapy and support groups, in a comfortable location. A key component of The Ridge Ohio program is providing opportunities to improve optimism and mood through exercise and outdoor programs and other types of holistic therapy aimed at reducing stress.

What patients are saying:

One individual completing in-house care wrote, “It was a lifesaving experience for me. You can temporarily leave the outside world behind and focus on your recovery. It was fun too. You really get to know your fellow guests there too.”

Reviews:

  • 5.00 Stars
  • 99 reviews

The Recovery Village Columbus

The Recovery Village

3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard
Groveport, OH 43125
614-362-1686
Columbusrecoverycenter.com

The Recovery Village Columbus provides medical detox, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment, and outpatient rehab. This full-service location also offers co-occurring disorder care for those with anxiety, depression, or other mental illness. One key to its success is treating the whole person, which means providing a multidisciplinary treatment plan that’s customized for each person. Individual and group therapy is at the heart of this, along with evidence-based treatment, yoga, experiential therapy, and physical therapy.

What patients are saying:

One five-star reviewer wrote, “I am confident that the success I achieve in my recovery is/will be in large part due to the solid foundation, personal tools, and sense of community that I received from Recovery Village. There are some communication and operations streamlining that can be done, but that does not detract from their dedication to your wellness.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 101 Reviews

SMART Recovery

smart recovery

7304 Mentor Avenue Suite F
Mentor, OH 44060
440-951-5357
Smartrecovery.org

Located in Mentor, SMART Recovery uses in-person addiction treatment through a meeting-style setup. For those who are facing addiction and need immediate help, meetings are available on a regular basis. It also has access to online addiction support. SMART Recovery is designed to provide self-managed recovery rather than traditional inpatient support. It offers support groups for those who are struggling with addiction themselves as well as family members.

What patients are saying:

One reviewer stated, “This is a great program for those looking for an alternative to 12-step programs. This teaches you the cognitive tools to use to take back your life. You don’t have to be stuck in the past with the alcoholic/addict label. You can move forward and deal with emotions and life situations in a sane and constructive manner.”

Reviews:

  • 5.00 Stars
  • 153 Reviews

Lindner Center of HOPE

Lindner Center of Hope

4075 Old Western Row Road
Mason, OH 45040
513-536-4673
Lindnercenterofhope.org

The Lindner Center of HOPE is a not-for-profit organization located in Mason, a short drive from Cleveland. This patient-centered program offers scientifically advanced treatment options for those with a substance use disorder and mental illness. Treatment options include acute inpatient care, residential treatment, intensive outpatient programs, outpatient care, partial hospitalization and medication assisted treatment. There is a main location and an outpatient substance use disorder clinic also located in Mason. Treatment is comprehensive and designed to be cutting-edge.

What patients are saying:

A five-star alumnus noted, “Best place I’ve been. The nurses, doctor, and staff really care. It runs the way a clinic should be. Very professionally ran the way it should be, but you need to come to dose daily or at least every other day.”

Reviews:

  • 3.00 Stars
  • 104 Reviews

Arrowhead Behavioral Health

Arrowhead Behavioral

1725 Timber Line Road
Maumee, OH 43537
888-604-0245
Arrowheadbehavioral.com

Arrowhead Behavioral Health is a full-scale treatment center that includes psychiatric, chemical dependency, and dual-diagnosis inpatient treatment. It’s outpatient treatment programs include partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient care. For those facing detox or severe chemical dependency, Arrowhead Behavioral Health offers medication-assisted treatment with Suboxone. This is a modern program designed to provide evidence-based treatment in a restrictive, private environment. It’s located in Maumee and features a full fitness center, sports court, and comfortable rooms.

What patients are saying:

An alumnus offered five-stars and stated, “Can only say how my experience went, the councilors were fantastic, and the doctors open the doors, so you can talk and get well, I would recommend this place because everyone I have dealt with have been helpful and used their positions very professionally.”

Reviews:

  • 3.00 Stars
  • 63 Reviews

House of Hope, Inc.

house of hope

825 Dennison Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215
614-291-4691
Hofhope.org

House of Hope opened its doors in 1959 to give residents a safe place to get addiction treatment in a private, comfortable environment. Today, it has residential and outpatient services for drugs and alcohol. It also offers the Stevens House 90-day Vivitrol Program for those at high risk. Recovery residences are comfortable and have a modern layout with wonderful amenities. Offering cognitive behavioral therapy and other evidence-based treatment along with wellness and healthy living tools, House of Hope aims to provide clients with a drug-free pain management regimen that includes meditation and self-healing.

What patients are saying:

One five-star reviewer noted, “Amazing program. Amazing facility. Probably hands down one of the best in town!” Another noted that “It’s the absolute best thing you can do. I cherish my time there.”

Reviews:

  • 5.00 Stars
  • 40 Reviews

The Ed Keating Center

The Ed Keating Center

2121 W 117th Street
Cleveland, OH 44111
216-472-1276
Edkeatingcenter.org

The Ed Keating Center, located in the heart of Cleveland, has a three-month treatment program. This residential treatment program is designed to help support sober living in a positive but restrictive environment. The location is available to both men and women and spans three sober living facilities in the city. Its treatment program is unique in that it provides modern care with reality built in. That is, it offers help for those who are looking to recovery but also get real job skills and understand stress management.

What patients are saying:

One alumnus noted, “A wonderful place to start new beginnings. Everyone is welcoming and friendly. Food is great. Clean showers and bathrooms. Highly recommend.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00
  • 7 Reviews

Orca House, Inc.

Orca House

1905 E 89th Street
Cleveland, OH 44106
216-231-3772
Signaturehealthinc.org

Operated by Signature Health, Orca House is a modern adult rehabilitation program near downtown Cleveland. It’s small, offering 16 beds for men and 12 beds for women. Those who enroll in this program receive individual and group therapy, job development support, life skill services, and anger management as needed. This treatment program also includes 12-step treatment in a residential atmosphere. Quite a bit of the work done here, in a historic home located near the Cleveland Clinic, is aimed at relapse prevention, including money management, healthy relationship building, and job retention skills.

What patients are saying:

One reviewer stated, “This facility has a caring group of service workers who goes over and beyond for the population. The clients here are provided the necessary tools needed to live their full potential in life without the use of mood mind-altering substances. Keep an open mind and be willing to allow the healing to begin.”

Reviews:

  • 3.00 Stars
  • 7 Reviews

Cleveland Department of Health – CenterPoint Treatment Program

Center Point

11100 Saint Clair Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44108
216-664-3891
Clevelandhealth.org

The CenterPoint Treatment Program from the Cleveland Department of Health offers outpatient treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. Those who are at a high risk of health complications, due to, for example, HIV/AIDS or mental illness, may be assessed in a partial hospitalization program. Those who use this particular program, located in a traditional medical building, get one-on-one counseling along with group therapy. It has a 12-step program for residents and support for life skill training and job skills.

What patients are saying:

One reviewer offered, “Good spot for females and males to go after school.”

Reviews:

  • 3.00 Stars
  • 7 Reviews

Catholic Charities Services Hispanic Program

Catholic Charities

7911 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44102
216-334-2900
Ccdocle.org

The Catholic Charities Services Hispanic Program provides men and women with treatment for drug and alcohol abuse on an outpatient treatment basis. It can refer people who need more advanced care to detox and residential treatment. This location also offers support for those who need mental health support. Programs for Hispanics aim to help support men and women with specialized care, life skills development, and individualized counseling. It’s located in a traditional, medical building-style center.

What patients are saying:

No written reviews available

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 28 Reviews

Rosary Hall

Rosary Hall

2351 E 22nd Street
Cleveland, OH 44115
216-861-6200
Stvincentcharity.com

At St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, the Rosary Hall addiction treatment program provides one-on-one support through an outpatient program. Designed for both men and women, this addiction treatment facility helps through evidence-based treatment, including cognitive behavioral therapy, and is based on the 12-step treatment model. Rosary Hall has full assessment services and offers help with placement into detox and residential care, which are available in separate facilities on-site. A traditional medical facility, this location is modern and readily available to those with limited funding. It does have limitations on who can enroll but provides a variety of assessment tools. Those who don’t qualify can often find additional care elsewhere.

What patients are saying:

One five-star rating stated, “This place was awesome. I slept throughout my whole detox. Staff was amazing.” Another wrote, “Great care! Nurses are experienced, compassionate, kind, and just very good at their jobs.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 305 Reviews

New Directions

New Directions

30800 Chagrin Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44124
216-591-0324
Newdirections.co

New Directions is a drug and addiction treatment center located in Pepper Pike and is the only residential recovery house and outpatient treatment of its kind in Northeast Oho. Committed to helping adolescents, young adults, and their families since 1981, New Directions offers recovery housing, mental health assessment, and medication management as well as intensive outpatient treatment and family and individual therapy. Their clinical staff applies a holistic approach to recovery, addressing the emotional, psychological, physical, and spiritual needs of each person.

What patients are saying:

One five-star alumnus wrote, “New Directions is a wonderful place. I have been there twice, and it has done nothing but help.” Another wrote, “It is what saved my life.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 28 Reviews

Cleveland Christian Home, Inc.

Cleveland Christian Home

11401 Lorain Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44111
216-416-4277
Cchome.org

Located on the west side of Cleveland on Lorain, Cleveland Christian Home offers faith-based drug and alcohol treatment. It has community-based programs along with residential treatment. This is a pay-as-you-can facility, which means it gives support to those who are facing a significant need. That’s also why this location provides emotional support for mental illness, trauma, and other complex cases. Women and children’s programs are available too. Another key benefit of Cleveland Christian Home is that it has a number of teen-based prevention and education programs. It has a structured but supportive environment for those who need a second chance.

What patients are saying:

No written reviews available at this time.

Reviews:

  • 3.00 Stars
  • 2 Reviews

Cleveland Treatment Center, Inc.

Cleveland Treatment Center

1127 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
216-861-4246
Clevelandtreatmentcenter.org

Cleveland Treatment Center, located in the heart of downtown Cleveland, provides a wide range of services, including medical evaluation, mental health assessment, and drug and alcohol treatment. Crisis intervention services are offered, as well. Other on-site services include vocational rehabilitation, case management, and evidence-based treatment. It has a specialized opioid treatment program. In addition, it uses experiential treatment, including things like camping, cross-country, archery, and fishing experiences. It also provides treatment for those with complex concerns, including HIV/AIDS, traumatic histories, and developmental disabilities.

What patients are saying:

One reviewer noted, “If you’re serious about your recovery and willing to give methadone a shot. This is the place to go. Staff is helpful. Group meetings will be helpful if you let them.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 20 Reviews

FrontLine Service

FrontLine

1744 Payne Avenue
Cleveland OH 44114
216-623-6555
Frontlineservice.org

FrontLine Service, located in Cleveland, provides support for those facing trauma and crisis. It has evidence-based treatment programs for drug and alcohol addiction on an outpatient basis. Those who turn to this service receive individual and group counseling with support for detox and inpatient care. FrontLine Service has specialized programs for homeless men and women, veterans, and those who have experienced trauma, and it helps people find jobs and get back on their feet after addiction treatment. The goal is long-term recovery through life skills development, employment support, and pain management for those who need it.

What patients are saying:

A five-star reviewer wrote, “Everyone was nice and supportive. If you are in need of help or someone to talk to, then I would recommend them.”

Reviews:

  • 3.00 Stars
  • 22 Reviews

Hitchcock Center for Women, Inc.

Hitchcock Center

1227 Ansel Road
Cleveland, OH 44108
216-421-0662
Hcfw.org

Hitchcock Center for Women has offered addiction treatment for over 40 years. This women-centric program is designed to help those facing addiction along with trauma, mental health issues, and complex living arrangements. The Center also works closely with battered and frightened women who need help not just for themselves but for their children. Personalized treatment plans are provided with individual and group support sessions. In addition, Hitchcock Center for Women has residential and outpatient treatment for all types of addiction, with specialized programs for women addicted to opioids.

What patients are saying:

One alumnus left a five-star review and stated, “I’ve got ME back! My counselor is the first person in 45 years I’ve ever completely trusted.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 44 Reviews

Key Decisions/Positive Choices Inc

Key Decisions

3030 Euclid Avenue, Suite 312
Cleveland, OH 44115
216-391-0977
Keydecisionspositivechoices.com

Located in downtown Cleveland, Key Decisions/Positive Choices is a program designed to help provide both men and women with alcohol and drug treatment. It incorporates strong holistic therapy along with evidence-based treatment through residential and outpatient programs. It also has a teen-based program. For patients with a chemical dependency, this treatment facility works to help improve optimism and dignity in those who are struggling with life-changing decisions. It offers support for co-occurring disorders for anxiety, depression, and other mental illnesses and addresses trauma and complex life situations.

What patients are saying:

No written reviews available.

Reviews:

  • 5.00 Stars
  • 2 Reviews

Northern Ohio Recovery Association

Northern Ohio Recovery

1400 East 55th Avenue
Cleveland OH 44103
216-391-6672
Norainc.org

Located on the east side of Cleveland, Northern Ohio Recovery Association is a full-service addiction program with inpatient, outpatient, and recovery housing solutions. It also offers medication-assisted treatment for those coming out of detox and in need of support. A peer recovery support program and adolescent treatment programs are also available. Additional services include telehealth virtual counseling and a recovery house for both men and women after treatment. The program is customizable — clients choose the type of care they need and work at it as long as necessary.

What patients are saying:

One five-star reviewer stated, “Everyone was super nice and helpful.” Another wrote, “Great place for the community. It continues to strive to help people with addiction and recovery while building the community with education and awareness.”

Reviews:

  • 5.00 Stars
  • 72 Reviews

The Lantern Center for Recovery

The Lantern Center for Recovery

12160 Triskett Road
Cleveland, OH 44111
216-941-5005
Thelantern.info

The Lantern Center for Recovery, located on the west side of Cleveland, is a nonprofit organization that offers drug and alcohol treatment following the 12-step model. Individuals work through several phases of treatment, beginning with a 90-day Phase 1 program that incorporates five group sessions each day. This residential and outpatient treatment program continues with Phase 2, which helps patients move to a sober living home to return to daily life. The group support program is customized and very structured for those who need to reenter life with better management skills. It’s designed to support long-term improvement rather than just immediate help for addiction.

What patients are saying:

A former alumnus wrote, “Lived there a year so far changed my life! Taught me life skills and I’m still learning to be useful to my fellow alcoholics.”

Reviews:

  • 5.00 Stars
  • 16 Reviews

Community Action Against Addiction

Community Action

5209 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44103
216-881-0765
Caaaddiction.org

At the Community Action Against Addiction treatment program in Cleveland, residents gain access to a wide range of services, including medication-assisted treatment, especially for opioid addiction. Counseling is available in individual and group formats. Short-term recovery housing is provided to help stabilize those who need it. This drug and alcohol addiction program offers peer, medical, and mental health recovery support. This positive and uplifting program is designed not just to stop addiction but also to support recovery through life-skills training and mentoring opportunities.

What patients are saying:

A five-star reviewer wrote, “Staff is amazing with a genuine concern for the patient’s well-being. This is not one of those “pay and go” medication-assisted treatment facilities, they require a detailed dual diagnosis treatment plan.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 9 Reviews

Community Assessment & Treatment Services

Community Assessment

8411 Broadway Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44105
216-441-0200
Communityassessment.org

For those seeking comprehensive treatment in a private, modern facility, Community Assessment & Treatment Services offers a solution. It has a wide range of programs, including residential and outpatient care. Intensive treatment is available for those facing severe addiction. The location uses cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and social learning as key therapies. It also uses group and one-on-one counseling to create individualized treatment plans. A beautiful campus with solutions for most types of drugs and mental illness needs, Community Assessment & Treatment Services provides family and individual support.

What patients are saying:

One reviewer noted, “This program helped me regain my confidence. I was able to get back to my kids and be a better version of myself. The staff is nice. It wasn’t easy to do this, but I felt they had my back when I was working on getting clean. I would recommend it for people who actually want to change.”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 48 Reviews

Ohio Addiction Recovery Center

Ohio Addiction Recovery Center

1151 S High Street
Columbus, OH 43206
800-481-8457
Ohioarc.com

Ohio Addiction Recovery Center in Columbus is designed to provide more than just counseling. This program has a long-term recovery focus. To achieve this, it offers a 12-step approach to addiction using research-based treatment plans and incorporates dual diagnosis. It starts by providing intervention support for families with a loved one in denial. It then offers options that include detox, substance abuse treatment in a residential treatment program, intensive outpatient treatment, and traditional outpatient treatment. Holistic rehab services are available, including acupuncture, neurofeedback, and yoga. Separate men’s and women’s treatment programs are available.

What patients are saying:

An alumnus offered a five-star rating and stated, “The Ohio Addiction Recovery Center is truly a facility in which one can initiate a positive, productive recovery process. The staff certainly understands the meaning of addiction.”

Reviews:

  • 5.00 Stars
  • 130 Reviews

Oriana House – Community Corrections and Treatment Center – Cleveland

Oriana House

15 Federick Avenue
Akron, OH 44310
330-996-7730
Orianahouse.org

The Oriana House – Community Corrections and Treatment Center is a drug and alcohol treatment program based in Akron offering Cleveland-area residents support. It was founded in 1981. Today, it provides outpatient substance abuse treatment designed to support long-term recovery. To do this, it uses one-on-one counseling for men and women facing addiction, loss of employment, criminal records, trauma, and other complex life circumstances. Individuals are given a supportive environment and treatment that includes cognitive-behavioral therapy, job skill training, and long-term recovery support.

What patients are saying:

There are limited reviews, but one person completing the program stated, “It’s a good place, but it was a tough experience for me.”

Reviews:

  • 3.00 Stars
  • 6 Reviews

Women’s Recovery Center

Women's Center of Greater Cleveland

6209 Storer Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44102
216-651-1450
Womensctr.org

The Women’s Recovery Center is a comprehensive program with supportive services at all levels either on-site, or after a person’s assessment determines need, at area recovery centers. Most people receive intensive outpatient treatment, which requires meetings three times a week. Relapse prevention is provided as a second step in this process. It involves two meetings a week that include coping and sober life management skills. Family support is also incorporated at this level. Many people move into a third phase, which incorporates aftercare treatment once a week. Other services include practical parenting courses, job skills training, and trauma treatment.

What patients are saying:

One reviewer stated, “I’ve loved working with the staff at the Center. They are passionate about the care of their clients and the work they do! The new facility is a much needed resource for the community!”

Reviews:

  • 4.00 Stars
  • 3 Reviews

II. Methodology

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), there are 61 substance abuse treatment centers in the Cleveland area. To determine which provide the highest quality of treatment and the most resources for recovery, we used the following five core metrics to evaluate each facility.

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For more information, feel free to read a full breakdown of our filtering process and ranking methodology.

III. Getting Help in Cleveland

Start by determining your coverage

To determine your best options for a rehabilitation center, it is important to first learn about your health insurance coverage. Reach out to your private or healthcare marketplace insurance provider to find out which substance abuse treatment centers are available to you. Regardless of the type of coverage you have, both public and private insurance companies must cover substance abuse treatment for qualified individuals.

To learn more about addiction and the rehabilitation process in your state, read our guide to rehab in Ohio.

Use our database to find a treatment center near you

The tool below lists all of the treatment centers in the state of Ohio recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Enter your zip code and select the filter icon to find relevant treatment centers near you.

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    IV. Cleveland Rehab FAQs

    Do I need to go to rehab?

    Substance abuse and addiction have high costs, often adversely affecting work performance, personal relationships, and your physical health. To help you determine if you may be addicted, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has an Alcohol Use Screening and a Substance Abuse Screening to help you find out.

    How long does rehab last?

    Different programs and levels of addiction require different program lengths. Common rehab lengths are:

    How much does drug rehab cost?

    Pricing depends on the program, services, and amenities offered. Typically, outpatient programs are cheaper than inpatient, and live-in inpatient facilities are the most expensive. To learn more, read our guide on The Cost of Rehab.

    How does rehab work?

    Rehab is made up of four basic steps:

    • Assessment
    • Detox
    • Therapy
    • Aftercare

    To learn more about the rehab process and each step, read our guide to The Addiction Rehabilitation Process.

    How important is aftercare? 

    One of the most important steps in the rehabilitation process is aftercare – the continuing support and accountability offered through counseling and 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA).

    To find an AA or NA meeting near you, use the directory below.

    NameCityProgramTelephoneSpanish Hotline
    A.A. Intergroup OfficeNewarkAA(740) 345-7060N/A
    Akron Intergroup CouncilAkronAA(800) 897-6737;(330) 253-8181N/A
    Answering ServiceLimaAA(419) 234-3800N/A
    Appalachian Foothills Area NAAppalachian Foothills Area (Cambridge, Marietta)NA(800) 766-4442N/A
    Appalachian Ohio Intergroup OfficeChillicotheAA(740) 774-2646?N/A
    Area 13 Ohio NAArea 13 Ohio (SE Ohio)NAN/AN/A
    Ashtabula Area IntergroupAshtabulaAA(440) 992-8383N/A
    Best Little Area NABest Little Area (Toledo, OH)NA(419) 250-6262N/A
    Buckeye Region NABuckeye Region (NE Ohio, Cleveland)NA(888) 438-4673N/A
    Canton Area Intergroup CouncilCantonAA(330) 491-1989N/A
    Central Office Of Dayton, Inc.DaytonAA(937) 222-2211N/A
    Central Ohio Area NACentral Ohio Area (Columbus, London)NA(614) 252-1700N/A
    Central Ohio Group Fellowship IntergroupColumbusAA(614) 253-8501;(800) 242-1729N/A
    Cincinnati Intergroup OfficeCincinnatiAA(513) 351-0422N/A
    Cleveland District OfficeClevelandAA(216) 241-7387N/A
    Dayton Area NADayton AreaNA(937) 833-6262N/A
    Dist 11 Answering ServiceMiddletownAA(513) 423-0102N/A
    Dist. 4 IntergroupCentral OfficeMt. VernonAA(740) 393-2439N/A
    Five Rivers Area NAFive Rivers Area (Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Dayton, Fairborn, Hillsboro, Xenia, Yellow Springs)NA(937) 505-0705N/A
    Greater Cincinnati Area NAGreater Cincinnati AreaNA(513) 820-2947N/A
    Hamilton & Middletown Area NAHamilton & Middletown Area (Fairfield)NA(513) 820-2725N/A
    Kentucky Ohio Recovery Area NAKentucky Ohio Recovery Area (Ashland, Greenup, Grayson, McDermott, New Boston, Portsmouth, Tollesboro, Vanceburg)NA(800) 587-4232N/A
    Lancaster Area IntergroupLancasterAA(740) 653-4869N/A
    Lancaster Co-op Area NALancaster Co-op AreaNA(800) 587-4232N/A
    Lorain Intergroup of A.A., Inc.LorainAA(440) 246-1800N/A
    Mansfield Area IntergroupMansfieldAA(419) 522-4800N/A
    Marion Area Fellowship IntergroupMarionAA(740) 387-5546N/A
    Mid-Ohio Area NAMid-Ohio Area (Ashley, Marion, Upper Sandusky, Tiffin)NA(800) 587-4232N/A
    North Central Ohio Alcoholics Anonymous IntergroupSanduskyAA(419) 625-5995N/A
    Northwest Ohio Area NANorthwest Ohio Area (Kenton, Lima, Findlay)NA(800) 587-4232N/A
    NW Ohio & SE Michigan Central OfficeToledoAA(419) 380-9862N/A
    Springfield Area NASpringfield Area (Clark Co, Champaign, Springfield)NA(800) 587-4232N/A
    Stark, Tuscarawas, and Carroll Services Area NAStark, Tuscarawas, and Carroll Services AreaNA(888) 438-4673N/A
    Tri-State Region NATri-State RegionNA(888) 251-2426N/A
    Western General Area Service Area NAWestern General Area Service AreaNA(888) 438-4673N/A
    Western Reserve Area NAWestern Reserve AreaNA(888) 438-4673;(330) 678-7564N/A
    Wheeling Area NAWheeling AreaNA(888) 251-2426N/A
    Youngstown Area A.A. IntergroupYoungstownAA(330) 270-3000N/A

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