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Residential treatment centers provide a safe, secure environment for you or your loved one. Our residential treatment centers specialize in addiction and recovery, with our goal being to ensure clients have the highest quality of substance abuse treatment services. We provide a safe, comfortable facility with expert physicians, addiction specialists, psychiatrists, and licensed counselors. At the Recovery Institute of Ohio, we strive to create positive change and self-respect in each individual’s life.

What are Residential Treatment Centers?

Residential treatment centers are live-in facilities that provide a variety of therapies for addiction and substance abuse. At the Recovery Institute of Ohio, our residential housing program treats the whole person, not just one symptom of addiction. Our care staff look at the body, mind, and spirit of each individual and create a customized treatment plan based on their specific needs.

Each residential treatment program includes group therapy for 7 days per week and participation in the Twelve Step Program. Clients also meet individually with their therapist on a weekly basis.

  • Individual, Group, and Family Therapy with Clinical Staff
  • Weekly individual sessions with your Primary Therapist
  • Medication Management and Psychiatric Assessment, if indicated
  • Wellness Center Activities (Stress Management/Recreational Therapy)
  • Art and Music Therapy
  • Job Readiness Participation and Internet Job Searches
  • Job Applications/Resumes and Coaching for Job Interviews
  • Life Skills
  • Anger Management/Aggression Control and Domestic Violence Groups
  • 12 Step meeting list and schedules (AA, NA, etc.)
  • Employment Phase (treatment schedule is adjusted for clients who work)
  • Housing Assistance, if indicated
  • Random UA/breathalyzer tests
  • Discharge and Aftercare Planning
  • Case management for legal, medical, education, employment, transportation and other

What are the Benefits of Residential Treatment Centers?

Residential treatment through the Recovery Institute of Ohio offers many benefits to individuals seeking help for their addiction and substance abuse.

These benefits include:

  • 24/7 support
  • Highly structured care from expert addiction specialists, doctors, and psychiatrists
  • Frequent treatment sessions and activities throughout the day
  • Distance from the individual’s typical environment, which can eliminate triggers and provide the client with a new perspective

How Effective is Residential Treatment?

Residential treatment can be very effective when it is the best fit for a client. There are a few different scenarios in which residential treatment might be an ideal choice for someone struggling with substance abuse – Individuals who try residential treatment have typically already tried other levels of treatment without success, or need a supportive environment for their recovery that they do not have at home. Other individuals who try residential treatment might pose threat to themselves, in which case inpatient care would be helpful in providing them with a place of safety.

In some cases, residential programs can help treatment providers have a more comprehensive view of the individual’s symptoms, which can lead to a more accurate determination of an their diagnosis.

Is Residential Treatment Considered Inpatient or Outpatient?

Residential treatment is considered inpatient treatment. While the overall goal of inpatient and outpatient treatment is to help individuals receive the tools they need to live a healthy, sober life, there are distinct differences between the two.

Inpatient rehab (residential treatment) is much more intensive than outpatient, providing 24/7 care and eliminating almost all outside distractions, enabling the individual to focus solely on recovery. Inpatient rehab typically lasts 1 to 6 months, depending on the needs of the individual.

Outpatient rehab is where the individual lives at home, attending treatment sessions on a part-time basis. Oftentimes this is 10 to 12 hours per week for up to a year, depending on the individual’s needs. Outpatient rehab allows patients to still work or attend school.

What is the Difference Between a Group Home and a Residential Treatment Center?

A group home is typically a sober living facility where individuals live after completing their residential treatment program. A group home enables individuals to live in a home with other people who are also sober, while still working or attending school and participating in outpatient treatment.

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