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Columbus - Call for Help (614) 914-2880

rehab-columbus.pngWith a population of 797,434 people, Columbus is Ohio’s most populated city. Columbus is home to several colleges including Ohio State University, Columbus College of Art and Design and Columbus State Community College.

Like many other large cities in the United States, Columbus is plagued with substance abuse problems. Columbus residents that are struggling with drug addiction and alcoholism can receive help at The Treatment Center.

The Treatment Center realizes that addiction affects every patient differently. In order for treatment to be effective, the patient’s needs must be attended to. That’s why we develop personalized treatment plans for every patient at our facility. Patients at The Treatment Center can receive the following services and therapies in their treatment plan:

  • Medically supervised detox
  • Individual counseling
  • Group therapy
  • 12 step programs
  • Faith-based counseling
  • Chronic pain management
  • Relapse prevention
  • Holistic therapies
  • Meditation
  • Court liaison services
  • Alumni support

Our substance abuse programs teach patients how to live their lives without the use of mind altering substances.

The Joint Commission on Accreditations of Health Care Organizations has awarded The Treatment Center the Gold Seal Accreditation.

Our experienced and caring team consists of medical doctors, psychiatrists, nurses, licensed therapists and case managers. We are dedicated to helping Ohio residents recover from their drug and alcohol addiction.

To speak with an admissions counselor about our rehab facility, call us immediately at (614) 914-2880. We are available 24/7 to discuss our substance abuse programs.

Drug Abuse in Columbus, OH

 According to law enforcement and addiction counselors, the most abused drugs in the Columbus metropolitan area include:

  • Crack cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Marijuana
  • Powdered cocaine
  • Prescription painkillers
  • Synthetic marijuana
  • Bath salts

While these drugs may be the most commonly abused substances in the Columbus region, residents still use other illegal drugs such as methamphetamine and Ecstasy.

Crack cocaine use is down slightly in the Columbus area, but it is still highly available. Addicts typically combine crack cocaine with other substances such as alcohol, heroin, marijuana, prescription opioids and sedative-hypnotics.

Another drug that is commonly abused in Columbus is heroin. Black tar heroin is the most popular type of heroin for residents. Treatment providers are seeing an increase in heroin use among younger adults.

Marijuana is easy to obtain for Columbus residents. Usually, individuals use marijuana in combination with other mind altering substances like PCP, crack cocaine and alcohol.

Powdered cocaine is popular amongst Ohio residents. Oftentimes, cocaine user will take other illegal drugs in conjunction with it to come down from the high.

Prescription painkillers, also referred to as prescription opioids are frequently abused in the metropolitan area. Percocet, Vicodin and OxyContin are the most commonly abused prescription opioids.

Even though the Ohio legislature has banned synthetic marijuana, the drug is still available in the area. However, manufacturers keep developing new types of synthetic marijuana to get around the ban. This drug is popular among individuals that are on parole or that have to take a drug test.

Like synthetic marijuana, bath salts have also been banned by the legislature. However, the drug is still easily available. Deaths related to bath salts have been on the rise in the Columbus region.

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Addiction is a powerful disease that can completely take over a person’s life. If you or a loved one is addicted to drugs or alcohol, you can find help at The Treatment Center. Our compassionate staff will help you rebuild your life one step at a time.

Take the first step towards recovery and call us now at (614) 914-2880.

We are available 24/7 to answer your questions.

The Treatment Center has been awarded
the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval.