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Addiction

Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

Addiction is a powerful and difficult condition to treat. Specialized treatment tracks ensure that the care you receive in our treatment programs is customized to meet your individual needs through each phase of recovery. Medically supervised detox is available to help individuals safely withdraw from the substance prior to treatment.  

We treat addiction challenges in both inpatient and outpatient settings at our Beckett Springs facility in Cincinnati, OH, and on an outpatient basis at our Changes® facility in Dayton, OH.

We also treat substance abuse issues in children and adolescents ages 5-17 on an outpatient basis at our Changes® facility in Dayton, OH.

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Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholism, like other drug addictions, is medically defined as a chronic, progressive, and potentially fatal disease. Our treatment options focus on rehab and relapse prevention to help patients maintain long-term sobriety.

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Illicit Drug Addiction

An addiction to some of these potent substances can develop in as little as one use. We provide everything from medical detox and rehab services, to ongoing therapy to help our patients maintain sobriety.

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Prescription Drug Addiction

Long-term prescription drug abuse has a profound impact on the body, and can cause life-threatening withdrawal symptoms. Along with detox and rehab services, we provide ongoing maintenance therapy to help our patients avoid relapse and fully recover.

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Co-Occuring Disorders

Mental illness can be the underlying cause of addiction or addiction can contribute to mental health issues. Dual diagnosis provides treatment for addiction while also addressing the symptoms of a mental condition.

Some mental health conditions that are more commonly associated with dual diagnosis patients include: