For over 15 years we have been providing individualized services for those struggling with substance use. By utilizing recovery-oriented solutions, our trained staff focuses on building awareness of addiction, understanding motivations for sobriety, strengthening positive peer relationships, and investigating underlying areas of concern, such as past traumas, decreased levels of self esteem, overcoming self-sabotaging behaviors, and many more.
Although substance use treatment programs may appear intimidating, our friendly and relatable clinicians are here to help you through these life changes and support you to reach the goals created for yourself. Often goals can focus on emotional or physical health, financial stability, improving relationships with family and friends, becoming a stronger parent, achieving personal or professional success, or learning to live mindfully. Individualized treatment takes into consideration your motivations, goals, and habits to help you restructure your life the way you want to live it.
By providing multiple solutions within our outpatient program, we have seen significant success. Our programs are easily adaptable to work with your schedule and we are happy to collaborate with outside organizations, such as the court system, children services, medically assisted-treatment providers, employers, and many more.
When deciding to pursue recovery, a significant number of lifestyle changes can be made, including locations, relationships, daily habits, and attitudes. Whether adjusting your social circle or driving patterns, it is important to establish a firm sense of self awareness. Understanding emotional and environmental triggers can drastically change the success of one's sobriety. In addition to one on one sessions, we also provide recovery groups centered upon weekly topics that address and empower individuals to define their own path.
Group discussions prioritize safe and friendly environments, education, and connection. Involvement in recovery groups has been proven to increase success in one's recovery for various reasons, including:
Utilized in collaboration with mental health or substance use treatment, case management is utilized to help individuals assess and meet their external needs in order to fully participate and collaborate with their counselor during sessions. By helping the individual, case managers are able to directly assist in the process of providing supports that maximize the individual's independence, dignity, and quality of life.
By relying on guiding principles, interventions, and strategies for success, case management can be utilized for accessing benefits, finding a safe living environment, securing transportation, establishing a resume and cover letter, conducting a mock interview, applying for jobs, and many more.
Established in 2018, this adolescent-focused program is designed to meet the client where they are, enhance their levels of self awareness, and engage immediate and long term goals of the youth. This individualized program is designed to educate, equip, and empower the youth and family to adjust negative behaviors. Success of the program is based upon the following factors: negative drug screen results, legal and adjudicated charges, probation violations, school attendance, time spent in detention, school expulsions or suspensions, family function, participation in session, involvement in pro-social activities and process of referral.
If concerned about the potential of an adolescent's use of substances: The following signs do not guarantee a substance use concern with an adolescent; however, they can be used to provide guidance:
We offer multiple level-2 recovery homes for men in Willard, Ohio. Designed for participants with a minimum of thirty days of demonstrated sobriety, the House of Hope prioritizes a sense of brotherhood and commitment to a better life. While there are many benefits of participating in the recovery home, the primary areas of focus include: accountability, structure, socialization, growth, and acceptance.
"Over time the house mates become family... we watch and encourage the growth of one another, we discuss triggers and feelings and, above all else, we maintain our promises. Each member of the house is required to do chores, attend weekly meetings, maintain involvement in our local community, complete 10 hours of service and seek employment." Kevin Carr, Manager of the House of Hope
Recognizing that addiction is a family disease, we have established multiple service options for individuals touched by addiction.
Whether you are a grandparent, parent, sibling, child, friend, or co-worker of the addicted person, we are here to support you as you try to support another or grieve for them. By offering a safe and nonjudgement environment, we are able to provide individual and family counseling sessions, educational seminars, intervention options, and support.