Cleveland, Ohio Residential Treatment Centers
Cleveland Inpatient Drug Rehab Resources:
Drug abuse controls lives and it is not easily stopped. Those who are addicted to opiates or any other substance need professional help to overcome the addiction. With help, the individual will understand the disease of addiction and how they have become dependent on the substance, as well as address the reasons they started using in the first place. Professional treatment helps the person develop skills to stay sober and overcome triggers to use. It also helps individuals put into place healthy coping skills for stress and pressure in life.
The Ridge is a residential treatment center that helps individuals in the Cleveland and surrounding area overcome their addiction to opiates, drugs, alcohol, and other substances. Our team of professionals is here to help you get to the heart of the issue so that you can make a full recovery and enjoy a sober life.
Drug Use in Cleveland
Drug use statistics in the Cleveland area are disturbing. According to the Ohio Department of Health:
Residential Addiction Treatment at The Ridge
In order to solve the opiate addiction problem in our country, we need stronger programs that work to educate and prevent substance abuse. The following organizations are working in the Cleveland area to address this growing epidemic:
For those who find themselves addicted to opiate painkillers or other substances like heroin, cocaine, or alcohol, The Ridge is here to help. Our treatment professionals are caring, compassionate, and experienced in both behavioral and mental health issues that go along with addiction. We are Joint Commission accredited, and we offer the highest level of programming to those who enroll in our program. We work with all major insurance companies as an out of network provider, and our program is customizable to meet individuals’ unique needs.
Getting Help for Alcohol Use Disorder in Cleveland, OH
When a person seeks help for alcohol use disorder that individual needs to understand their options when it comes to treatment. Most folks never need to seek alcohol treatment facilities, so the process is unfamiliar. With the right information, you can make the best choice for yourself or your loved one.
Some people are not sure if they have a problem or are calling for their loved ones and may not be sure of the extent or severity of abuse. From our experience usually, if you are making the effort to call, there is enough evidence of a problem that the next steps should be taken. It is best not to wait as the alcohol use rarely improves on its own.
When a person calls The Ridge, we do an initial phone screening, this takes about five minutes and it determines broadly if you (or your loved one) is/are an appropriate candidate for our residential alcohol rehab program. After we determine your eligibility you will do a pre-assessment with a licensed professional that will be more in-depth and is designed to help determine the appropriate level of care, whether detox or mental health help is needed, and forms the foundation of your treatment plan. Once this is reviewed you will then receive an intake date.
Usually, a full continuum of care is the best option if the person has been abusing alcohol for long periods. A full continuum of care offers multiple levels of treatment intensity and keeps the patient engaged in treatment as long as possible. This process is defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V) and organizations such as the American Society of Addiction Medicine and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
For alcohol use disorder, a common treatment plan may include
Alcohol detoxification: A person who abuses alcohol with enough frequency and amount (as determined by medical staff) will require a detox period in a medical facility. This is usually severaldays (the length is determined by medical need). In the case of The Ridge program, we will take the patient bed to bed once the detox protocol is complete. In many cases, we see patients who are not drinking every day or are more binge drinkers, or who may have already been through detox. We can accept them directly into our residential level of care after clearance from our physicians.
Residential Alcohol Rehab: This level of care is offered at The Stuckert house through The Ridge program. Guests will have several weeks of intensive daily programming. This residential programming includes one on one counseling, group counseling, weekly treatment team sessions to evaluate progress, and therapeutic adjuncts to treatment. At the residential level of care, clients stay at The Stuckert House 24 hours a day with clinical supervision. Clients are provided with meals, recreation, and exercise opportunities as part of their treatment episode.
Partial Hospitalization/PHP: This is a step down from residential care which allows for less supervision with daily treatment still occurring.
Aftercare: After completing the residential treatment program most patients benefit from having access to continued support. The Ridge provides a weekly aftercare group to serve this need. This extended period lasts for about 52 weeks and increases the chances of long-term recovery. It is recommended by our physicians and is part of The Ridge program. If you are too far from Cincinnati, we can help set you up with an equivalent aftercare experience in your area. We have people travel from Dayton and all over the region to attend our aftercare.
How Much Does Alcohol Rehab Cost at The Ridge?
Our program varies in length and intensity depending on your specific medical needs. We accept private health insurance and bill the out of network benefits for your treatment episode. This means that most people will have a copayment due on the day of admission.
We cannot accept Medicaid, Medicare or marketplace insurance plans as they do not offer out of network benefits. For more about our program costs please see this page.
How Long is The Ridge Residential Alcohol Rehab Program?
The Ridge program is based on medical necessity and that is determined throughout your treatment episode using clinical assessments, counselor and client input, and DSM-5 criteria. In general, the residential portion of the stay averages about 30 days. And the outpatient aftercare portion is 52 weeks. Detox, if necessary is completed before you are admitted to residential. Detox length can vary greatly depending on alcohol use habits and client health status.