Ohio Drug Rehab & Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers
Addiction has your health, finances and relationships crumbling around you. It’s time to get things back together again and Recovery Connection can help you start. One phone call is all it takes to get into a nationally accredited and licensed drug rehab program. Our admission counselors will get the process started with a confidential assessment any time of day. They will work to find the best addiction treatment center that fits your needs.
Recovery Connection only works with:
- Nationally accredited and licensed facilities
- Medically supervised detox centers
- Drug rehabs that offer dual-diagnosis treatment and specialty tracks
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The Ohio Drug Rehab state page provides the reader with a quick overview of issues relating to drug and alcohol addiction and OH drug rehab centers.
It should be noted that these pages are not intended as an academic reference. The data collected is from State and Federal sources.
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), there were 110,851 admissions to Ohio drug and alcohol rehabs in 2009. Of those admitted, the primary abused substance was marijuana, followed by alcohol with a secondary drug, then alcohol alone. 62.6 % of all those admitted were men and 37.4 % were women.
Over half of the drug rehabs in Ohio offer substance abuse services alone, while 32% of Ohio drug rehabs offer a mix of substance abuse treatment and mental health services. When treating dual diagnosis (addiction combined with mental illness) simultaneous treatment is recommended.
Only 14% of Ohio substance abuse treatment programs offer detox services (N-SSATS).
In 2009, 20,941 people were admitted for primary alcohol abuse with an additional 21,896 people who suffered from alcohol addiction combined with a secondary substance.
Drug abuse is a national epidemic and the numbers are continuing to rise. Heroin is becoming the cheaper replacement for opiates as states continue to crack down on the “pill mills” making the cost of opiates too expensive.
There were 8,424 people admitted to drug treatment for smoking cocaine with an additional 2,009 people admitted for treatment for using cocaine other than smoking it.
Heroin abuse and distribution are increasing in the state of Ohio. Most of the heroin in Ohio comes from South America and Mexico. There were 13,057 people admitted for heroin addiction in Ohio during 2009.
Marijuana is still the most widely abused and widely available drug in Ohio. Ohio marijuana use is particularly concerning among juveniles. In 2005, 3.6 million Ohio residents reported using marijuana on a regular basis and were considered to be at great risk of dependence. In 2009, 24,931 people were admitted to treatment facilities for marijuana dependence.
Prescription drug abuse in Ohio is a significant and growing threat. The most popularly abused prescription drug in Ohio is OxyContin. In 2009 there were 7,328 individuals admitted for opiate addiction treatment, not including heroin.
As of 2007, there were 63 drug courts in Ohio. 40% of all federally sentenced offenders in Ohio were committed of drug offenses in 2006. Finally, 36 % of all Ohio drug cases involved powdered cocaine. $28 million dollars worth of cocaine was seized by law enforcement officials. In its 2008 report, ONDCP identified cocaine in Ohio as the state’s primary drug threat.
- Alcoholics Anonymous (go to the AA main page, click on find a meeting, follow link to stat pages, click on Ohio)
- Narcotics Anonymous
- Alanon and Alateen Family Group
Neighborhood House Inc
Alcohol and Drug Treatment
1000 Atcheson Street
Columbus, OH 43203
Glenbeigh Center of Rocky River
Alcohol Drug Treatment
20800 Center Ridge Road
Rocky River, OH 44116
Transitions Inc Services
808 Scott Street
Covington, KY 41011
Akron Urban Minority Alc/Drug Abuse Outreach Prog Inc/Addiction Trt Servs
665 West Market Street
Akron, OH 44303
24/7 all conversations are confidential