Addiction Prevention and Treatment
Our licensed, professional, caring counselors and prevention specialists provide an array of services designed to help prevent and treat addictions to alcohol and other drugs. Counseling is used to help people understand their addiction, learn how to effectively manage their disease, and how to begin the process of recovery. Prevention programs are focused on children, adolescents, and families. We are here for you because we know that treatment DOES work and people DO recover!
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Horizon House is a halfway house that provides a 90-day specialized treatment program for adult women who are struggling with effectively managing their addiction and who need more structured treatment.
Evidence based prevention programs such as Too Good for Drugs and Project Alert are offered free of charge to Portage County school districts and can be implemented in grades K - 12. State certified prevention specialists will implement these programs designed to teach and enhance the life skills needed to prevent substance use and develop healthy behaviors. Programs such as Nicotine and E-Cig Education and Marijuana Education for youth are also available.
Services include comprehensive assessment, individual counseling, outpatient treatment groups (IOP), and groups for continuing care. Specialized programming for co-occurring disorders is available. Appointments and groups take place both in the morning and evening.
Townhall II offers counseling services specifically designed to help people who are concerned about their gambling. Treatment for problem gambling is endorsed by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.
Project Detour is a 72-hour, state-certified driver intervention program for individuals, 18 years and older, with a first-time OVI offense (operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs).
The Opioid Recovery Clinic provides evaluation and treatment for substance use disorder on an outpatient basis and opioid treatment utilizing approved medications all in one location. Professional staff includes a doctor, nurse and support staff.