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Ohio, one of the most populous states in the country, is known for its colleges, manufacturing, sports teams and trade sector.
Ohio is not unlike other states – it has an epidemic of drug trafficking and abuse.
Individuals in Ohio that are addicted to alcohol or drugs can find help at The Treatment Center.
Substance Abuse Treatment for Ohioans
At The Treatment Center, we recognize that no single treatment plan works for everyone. That is why create a personalized treatment plan for every patient. Our treatment plan is based off the patient’s background, needs and goals. We offer a variety of services and therapies to our patients including:
- Medically supervised detox
- Individual therapy
- Group counseling
- Faith-based treatment program
- 12 step programs
- Chronic pain management
- Holistic services
- Court liaison program
- Alumni support
- Relapse prevention
After completing our treatment program, patients will have the necessary tools to maintain their sobriety.
The Joint Commission has awarded the Treatment Center the Gold Seal of Approval.
Patients at The Treatment Center receive the highest level of care from our medical doctors, psychiatrists, nurses, licensed therapists and case managers.
To learn more about our treatment plans, call our admissions counselors at (216) 763-2678 or chat with us online. We can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All of conversations are confidential.
Drugs That are Abused in Ohio
Cocaine, marijuana, club drugs, methamphetamine and heroin are widely abused and available in the state. Drug-related violence, as a result, has increased throughout the state.
Powder and crack cocaine are a big problem in Ohio. Powdered cocaine is often a gateway drug to heroin.
Heroin abuse is also on the rise in Ohio. In many regions of the state, it has reached epidemic proportions. Many heroin users transitioned to the drug after becoming dependent on prescription opioids. The state Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services data estimates that hospital admission and emergency room visits have increased due to heroin use.
Marijuana is locally produced in Ohio. The mild climate and vast rural area has made the trade profitable. Residents can easily obtain the drug in both rural and urban areas.
Locally produced methamphetamine has declined over the past few years since the ban on ephedrine products. However, methamphetamine is prevalent in the Akron-Canton region.
The use of club drugs, however, has slowly increased in the state, especially in Cleveland, Dayton and Toledo. MDMA (ecstasy) is the most popular drug, especially at colleges and universities, where rave parties are popular. The cost of ecstasy – about 10- 20 dollars a pill – has made it an accessible drug for college students.
As in other states, prescription drug abuse has increased and overdoses and deaths are common. Vicodin, Roxicet, Ultram, Opana, OxyContin and Opana are some of the most popular prescription opioids.