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Counseling Services 

An estimated 40.3 million Americans, aged 12 and older, have a substance use disorder (SUD). SUDs are affected by an array of physical and behavioral health factors. Our holistic approach to health, wellness and recovery does not just include counseling services. We provide access to peer support groups and case management supervisors to help guide you through your experiences and so you have people to rely on as you work through your recovery. The best part is you will be an active member in your treatment team.

 

We are here for you because we know that treatment does work and people do recover!

We strive to eliminate barriers for clients to get the help needed. We offer free childcare during group sessions and bus passes or tokens to get to our building. We accept insurance and base services off a sliding scale.

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Outpatient Counseling 

Counseling at Townhall II begins with a comprehensive assessment for us to understand how we can best serve you. We work with you to learn what challenges you are facing and together develop a treatment plan driven for success.

The clinical staff at Townhall II brings the greatest depth of experience in mental health treatment and addiction while employing the most innovative clinical techniques in the region. Our counselors average 20 years of experience across our continuum of services, ranging from 1 to 39 years in the field. The staff is also balanced between those in recovery from addiction as well as those who are not, bringing a diversity of perspectives to the program. Recovering staff members average 20 years in recovery, presenting our clients with rich backgrounds and experiences in recovery as well as living examples of how recovery changes lives.

Individual Counseling 

  • Substance Use Disorders

  • Mental Health 

  • Trauma

  • Problematic Gambling 

Group Counseling 

  • Outpatient Treatment Groups (IOP)

  • Problem Gambling Group 

  • Continuing Care Groups

  • Integrated Dual Diagnosis Group (Co-Occurring Disorders)

Horizon House

Horizon House is a 14-bed, 24/7 residential program (ASAM Level 3.1) in a discreet location for women with substance use disorders with integrated mental health services and a trauma-informed treatment track. Horizon House is a safe, home-like, supportive environment for women to learn the skills needed to maintain recovery with a structured daily schedule. Women who are pregnant, or with children, are welcome to receive care at our facility.

  • Individual Counseling

    • Substance Use and Mental Health, specialized for residents with a history of trauma or abuse

  • Group Counseling

    • Residents and Family Members

  • Individualized Case Management

  • Involvement in Self-Support Recovery Activities

  • Self-Support Recovery Groups

    • Nutrition Education, Healthy Relationship Education, Recovery Education and Coping Skills for Trauma

  • Transportation Assistance

  • Structured Daily Schedule to Promote Recovery

  • Transition Plans for Returning to Safe Home Environments or Sober Living Facilities

Case Management

​Our case managers are here to support and educate clients from the moment they walk though our doors. They help clients navigate their treatment journey by providing the following services:

  • Accountability for recovery program

  • Referrals and connections to community services

  • Advocacy with the local resources (utilities, housing, childcare, food, etc.)

  • Education to understand prescriptions, billing and budgeting

  • Assistance and referrals for transportation needs

Peer Support 

​Our peer supporters have lived their own journeys with addiction and recovery. They are certified and dedicated to helping their peers rebuild their lives and succeed in recovery. Our peer supporters provide the following services:

  • Attend 12-step meetings with peers and help build a network of recovery

  • Assistance with obtaining legal documents and applying for benefits

  • Accompany peers to legal and medical appointments

  • Oversee peers’ participation in programs 

  • Foster connectedness and build relationships with peers through shared lived experiences

  • Assist peers in developing strategies to communicate with and advocate for themselves

MAT Clinic

Medication-Assisted Treatment Clinic

Business Hours: 

Tuesday - Thursday 9 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.

Friday: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

 

​Our Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Clinic is part of our holistic approach to health, wellness and recovery. MAT is the use of medications, combined with counseling, to help people sustain recovery. These medications help reduce cravings, effects of the drugs and reduce the risk of relapse. Our clinic offers suboxone, naltrexone, vivitrol and nicotine patches.

  • Evaluation and Treatment for Substance Use Disorders

  • Opioid Treatment utilizing Approved Medications

Please note, blood work needs to be completed and given to us before we are able to prescribe Vivitrol and medical history will be needed prior to any prescriptions are given. 

We DO accept insurance for these services. If your insurance is not accepted, we will work to help find a way to get you the medication needed. 

Projet Detour

Project Detour Driver Intervention Program

Project Detour is a 72-hour, residential, 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 program is certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. 

 

The program consists of large and small group education, an individual substance abuse screening, and presentations of state-required program topics by licensed counselors and certified prevention specialists. There is a possibility that individuals may be referred for additional treatment based on the outcome of the substance abuse screening.

The program is held monthly at Motel 6, 9371 State Route 14, in Streetsboro, Ohio. The program runs from Thursday at 6 p.m. through Sunday at 6 p.m.

 

The program costs $350 and includes the following:

  • A shared double room. A single, private room is available for an additional $150.

  • Meals at scheduled times throughout the weekend.

Payment can be made via cash, money order, cashier's check or credit card*. No personal checks will be accepted. All fees are non-refundable. If you are receiving state funds such as Medicaid, SSDI, TANF or SSI, financial assistance may be available.

*Note: There is an additional 3.5% charge if paying by credit card. 

You can register for Project Detour Driver Intervention Program by calling us at 330-678-3006.

Mothers in Recovery

Let's Talk About It is a support group that brings mothers in recovery together twice a month to talk about the issues that only other mothers in the same situation would understand. This space provides moms in recovery with a safe, understanding, and judgment-free platform. The groups are mostly peer-led with a family educator and case manager on hand to keep the conversations flowing in the right direction. Having staff on hand allows the mothers to not only get support and encouragement from their peers but resources from area professionals as well. As needed, educational components are added to fit the group’s needs. Some components that have already been introduced include discipline, parenting techniques, communication, conflict resolution, and legal assistance.

 

We offer both family dinners and free childcare during the program each night. Our hope is that this will eliminate any possible barriers to attendance and make it possible for interested moms to find time for the group.

The group meets on the first and third Monday of every month in Ravenna from 6 – 7:30 p.m.

Problem Gambling

In 2022, prior to sports betting becoming legal in Ohio, the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services’ Office of Quality, Planning and Research, in conjunction with the Mental Health & Recovery Board of Portage County, conducted the Ohio Gambling Survey.

 

The results showed that 19.8 percent of Ohioans are at low risk, moderate risk, or are already classified as a problem gambler. The prevalence of problem gambling was determined to be at 2.8 percent of the state’s population, or 254,729 individuals out of 9.19 million adults. In Portage County problem gambling impacts 4,500 people, which is 2.8 percent of the county’s population of 162,000.

 

The fear is that those numbers will increase significantly with sports betting now legal in the state.

 

To address the prevalence of problem gambling, Townhall II offers individual and group counseling.

  • Services are provided by independently licensed gambling counselors who use evidence-based practices in gambling addiction treatment.

  • Services are tailored to the individual to meet your specific goals for treatment. For some people, that is stopping gambling altogether. For others, gambling responsibly is the goal.

  • Individual counseling is available in person or via telehealth.

  • A state-wide Problem Gambling counseling group meets once a week via Zoom. Meetings take place Mondays, 6-8 p.m.

If you would like to talk to a counselor, join the Problem Gambling Group or make a referral, please contact Carl Slaton, LSW, at carls@townhall2.com or call 330-678-3006.

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