Treatment Centers – Cuyahoga

Treatment Centers – Cuyahoga 2017-05-16T21:13:37+00:00

Cuyahoga County Treatment Centers

The ADAMHS (Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services) Board of Cuyahoga County has complied a great guide that includes many treatment centers in Cuyahoga County. Click here to download the Provider Network Guide.

  • United Way 2-1-1 connects individuals and families to social services 24 hours a day, every day of the year. We provide accurate and timely assessment, information and service navigation to help people understand their options, resolve problems and improve their lives. By informing the community of needs, gaps and trends, 2-1-1 facilitates system change. Call (211) http://www.211.org/

Matt Talbot for Men (Residential):

The Matt Talbot programs consist of residential treatment for alcohol and or/or drug addiction, and mental health issues. Men must be 18 years of age or older and have a diagnosis of chemical dependency or addiction.

Our comprehensive treatment program focuses on recovery from addiction and rehabilitation leading to an alcohol and drug-free lifestyle.

  •  Education about addiction and recovery, including information on relapse prevention and opiate addiction
  • Group Counseling
  • Individual Counseling
  • Case Management
  • Medical/psychiatric evaluation
  • Culturally and gender specific life skills training
  • Housing, meals, and personal care items
  • Access to daytime medical clinic

When a man is deemed ready to resume an alcohol and drug-free life, Matt Talbot staff prepare him for that challenge providing comprehensive discharge planning and services including:

  • Employment or job readiness training and referral
  • Sober housing information and guidance
  • Continuing care plan and sober recreation

 

MATT TALBOT PROGRAMS

Residential Treatment Programs

6753 State Rd

Parma, OH 44134

 

  • Matt Talbot Inn: For Cuyahoga County residents (440-843-5522)
  • Matt Talbot for Recovering Men: For Medicaid recipients (440-345-3012)
  • Matt Talbot St. Vincent’s: For Cuyahoga County residents (440-843-5533)
 

Matt Talbot for Men (Intensive Outpatient):

Matt Talbot Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program provides co-educational help and support to adults experiencing life problems due to chemical dependency, alcohol or other drug use, and mental health issues.

We offer a full spectrum of intensive outpatient services including:

  •  Chemical dependency treatment (group and individual counseling)
  • Case Management including assistance with medical, legal, mental health and Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) needs/requirements
  • Employment or job readiness training by connecting with Catholic Charities’ program
  • Long term recovery plan with links to the next level of care
  • A cognitive behavioral change model

For more information visit  http://ccdocle.org/sites/behavioral-health or For a referral call: 216-432-0682, ext 40

 

Matt Talbot for Women (Residential & Intensive Outpatient):

Matt Talbot for Women is a comprehensive primary residential treatment facility providing alcohol and other drug addiction treatment services to women, who are 18 years of age or older.

Residential Services include:

  • Education about addiction and recovery
  • Group Counseling
  • Individual Counseling
  • Case Management
  • Specific Therapeutic Services for women with mental health diagnosis
  • Medical/Psychiatric Evaluation
  • Medication Management
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Life Skills Training
  • Trauma Group sessions

 

Intensive Outpatient Services:

When a woman in treatment is determined to be ready to resume an alcohol and drug-free life, our staff will help prepare her for that challenge with a comprehensive discharge plan for intensive outpatient and/or outpatient treatment, including:

  • Employment or job readiness training referral
  • Sober housing or transitional housing information, guidelines and referral
  • Development of continuing care plan and sober recreation
  • Participation in outpatient treatment services

 

Locations

Residential Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Treatment located at:

7901 Detroit Ave

Cleveland, OH 44102

(behind St. Augustine Manor)

 

Residential Treatment only

1635 Alameda Ave

Lakewood, OH 44107

 

For a Referral call the Intake Receptionist at 216-634-7500

Highland Springs is a newly constructed 72-bed behavioral hospital offering a compassionate and results-driven approach to treatment for those who are struggling with mental health and addiction issues. The hospital will offer 24 hours/ 7 days a week free confidential assessments and comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services to adults and their families.

The state-of-the-art facility offers secure, peaceful accommodations, including private courtyards, comfortable rooms and patient lounges. Highland Springs is looking forward to being part of the community and to making a difference in the lives of those who seek sobriety and mental health.

Highland Springs is located at 4199 Mill Pond Drive, Highland Hills, OH. For more information, please visit www.highlandspringshealth.com

  • ORCA House provides hope, caring and recovery services to men, women and families suffering from alcohol and drug addiction in the Greater Cleveland neighborhoods. (216)231-3772 http://orcahouse.org/
  • Addiction and mental health challenges affect one’s entire life. We provide a wide range of prevention, intervention, treatment and supportive services to help initiate, manage and sustain recovery. (216)431-4131  http://www.recres.org/
  • In existence for over 65 years, the Harbor Light Complex has been a beacon of hope and help, providing services to the most disenfranchised members of society including homeless men, women and children, the alcoholic, the drug addict, and the felon. Founded in 1949 as a 10-bed program for homeless, alcoholic men, Harbor Light had an annual budget of $11,000. In 1970, the facility moved from its original location on Eagle Avenue to the current site at 1710 Prospect Avenue. Today the operating budget for the Harbor Light Complex is in excess of $9 million.                                                                                       (317)972-1450 http://corps.salvationarmyindiana.org/harborlight/