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Addiction Treatment


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To receive a walk-in, same-day assessment for services, come Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM to 4269 Pearl Road or 14805 Detroit Ave, Suite 200 or schedule an appointment at either of our locations by calling 216-431-4131, option 3. 
Please bring a photo ID, your insurance card (if applicable) and proof of residency.

Whether you need treatment for the early stages of substance use or have been dependent on drugs and/or alcohol for a long time, Recovery Resources can help.  We offer a variety of outpatient services including Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Addiction Treatment Programs for adults. We specialize in addressing the needs of those living with both an addiction disorder and a mental illness, those with an addiction disorder and HIV/AIDS, and those with an addiction disorder who are also living with the effects of trauma in their lives.  Recovery Resources offers gender-specific programming, as appropriate. 

Outpatient Treatment

Group therapy for those in the earlier stages of substance abuse with the goal of establishing abstinence and preventing relapse.  Participants receive education about the risk factors of addiction and identify their own personal triggers, learn coping skills, and create plans for preventing relapse upon the completion of treatment.  Individual counseling and case management services are a part of outpatient treatment.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)

IOP consists of group therapy for those who have been living with their addiction for a longer period, and for whom daily life has been significantly disrupted.  The composition of services is similar to that of Outpatient Treatment, though the frequency and duration of sessions is enhanced.  The goal of Intensive Outpatient Treatment is to obtain and maintain long-term sobriety.

Dual Diagnosis Programs

We offer two different programs for individuals with the co-occurring disorders of addiction and mental illness.  One is designed for those living primarily with an addiction, with their mental health needs as secondary; the other for those whose primary challenge is their mental illness, with their addiction disorder as secondary.  The composition of services is similar to those stated above.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

PHP is a time limited, structured 5 day a week program of multiple and intensive psychotherapy and other therapeutic services provided by a multidisciplinary team. 

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Women and Family Services Program (WAFS)

Specialized, gender-specific IOP program for women. By incorporating trauma counseling into this program, we are able to offer a unique experience for those coping with a traumatic event and addiction at the same time.  

Day and evening classes are offered for our addiction treatment programs to accommodate a variety of schedules. Individual counseling, case management services and random drug screenings are essential components of these programs.

For help with women and family programs, call 216-431-4131. Children up to three years of age may accompany group attendees.

Learn more about our WAFS Program

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

MAT is available for clients who meet criteria for opiate use disorder combined with Intensive Outpatient Opiate Specific treatment 4 days each week. Our prescribers use both buprenorphine and naltrexone to treat individuals in the program and individuals receive, medical, counseling, educational, and treatment services, in addition to the prescribed medication. Our MAT program provides a comprehensive, individually tailored program of medication and behavioral therapy. MAT medications relieve the withdrawal symptoms and psychological cravings that cause chemical imbalances in the body. This program provides a safe and controlled level of medication to overcome the use of an abused opioid.

Is alcohol really an addiction for you or someone you care about? Take a simple, confidential alcohol screening questionnaire to find some answers.

Are you abusing drugs? Is someone you care about really addicted to drugs? Take this simple, confidential drug addiction questionnaire as a first step.

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“Through clear, deta

iled, documented information presented in a loving, firm, and supportive way, the person is able to see the impact the fdsaddiction has had not only on oneself, but on everyone who is important to him/her.”

-Association of Intervention Specialists