We have treatment professionals available around the clock to speak with you. If you or a family member are struggling with substance abuse, please reach out to us immediately.
The first step in our admissions process is a thorough assessment to determine clinical needs and find the appropriate level of care. Your assessment will be entirely confidential; we will evaluate your addiction history and any behavioral health issues to determine the best step towards recovery.
We have staff available around the clock to facilitate 24/7 intake and admissions. We will be in contact with you every step of the way, to make the process as smooth as possible.
We accept payment through private insurance or self-pay payments. We have treatment professionals available around the clock to assist with determining cost, work with your insurance company, and help calculate out-of-pocket expenses. We are committed to working with families or individuals on an individual basis regarding their financial situation.
Take the first steps towards recovery today. Our treatment professionals are available to assist you through the Ohio Rehab Center admissions process and help you find the care you need.
How do I get into treatment?
The first step is to call us immediately. Our treatment professionals are available around the clock to speak with you and get you started on the way to recovery. Reach out to us for more information.
Do you solely treat physical addiction?
Our philosophy is to treat every aspect of your addiction, mental, physical and spiritual. Through our continuum of care we will treat your physical addiction, managing withdrawal, as well as get you started on a customized treatment plan to heal the mind and the spirit.
How are families incorporated in treatment plan?
We believe that addiction is a family disease, and we offer resources for both clients and family members through the recovery process. We begin working with you and your loved ones as soon as you enter treatment with us, and continue working with families as you move through recovery.
When appropriate, we will engage families directly in the treatment plan. Alongside each patient’s customized treatment plan, we offer resources to family members, including family support groups, to emphasize psychoeducation on the topic of addiction, as well as strategies to establish and maintain healthy boundaries and create a successful environment for healing.
Why do I need inpatient treatment?
At Amatus Health we offer the full continuum of care, from inpatient care to less intense levels of outpatient care. On intake we will assess and recommend a level of care that best addresses your needs. Call us to speak with a treatment professional who can assess what level of care you need.
Inpatient care allows each individual to step back from a harmful situation, assess their strengths and needs without stress, and focus fully on recovery.
Outpatient programs are an important step in the recovery process. During this phase, your treatment plan will focus on teaching the skills and strategies needed to rejoin the world, deal with stress and success in a healthy manner.
What do I do after treatment?
Part of our approach at Amatus Health is to equip each individual with not only the skills for long term recovery, but the ability and knowledge to use these skills in the real world. At every step, we are focused on helping you plan for success after treatment, with strategies for relapse prevention and assistance in moving toward long term recovery.
How long will I be in treatment?
The length of treatment depends on what level of care you need, as well as your current needs and your individual, customized treatment plan.
It is our belief, supported by evidence, that a longer stay in treatment, supervised by our trained, experienced clinical staff, will result in a more successful outcome.
What to bring?
ID, insurance card, spending money, money for medications, prescriptions, music player, Personal hygiene products, sensible clothes, workout clothing, swimming clothing
What not to bring?
Phone (internet device), alcohol/ drugs, perfume/ products containing alcohol, aerosol cans, alcohol/ drug related clothing, weapons
Will I be able to talk to my family while I am in treatment? How often?
You will have the opportunity to contact your family during treatment in inpatient and more intense outpatient levels of care. There are initial restrictions on communication during the period after intake, but these channels will be restored once deemed appropriate.
This period is designed for you to get acclimated to the program, as well as giving our staff an opportunity to assess the family dynamic. After this period, you will be able to contact your loved ones 2-3 times a week, as approved by your primary therapist.
Will I be drug tested?
During treatment, you will be required to submit to urinalysis on a regular basis. It is our belief, supported by research, that this testing is a powerful incentive to remaining clean, and a useful tool alongside your treatment plan?
Will there be medical or nursing staff on-site?
Every client will have access to medical care during your time in treatment. During inpatient treatment each client will be under around the clock, monitoring vitals and administering medicine when appropriate. As you move through the levels of care, each patient will have access to attend doctor’s appointments, seek psychiatric care and receive care from our trained nurse practitioners.
Who will I be with in treatment?
Our treatment plans are based in group therapy, a widely practiced, accepted modality. We believe it is important that each individual be surrounded with individuals with similar problems, facing the same challenges, and seeking the same opportunities for change.
What are the therapies?
Our philosophy is to create an individualized treatment plan around your needs, based in our holistic, multidisciplinary approach. At each facility, our staff is trained and experienced in a variety of therapeutic modalities.
Should I let my loved one use before they go to treatment?
Getting your loved one into treatment as safely and quickly as possible is our priority.
Am I helping or hurting my loved one in recovery?
Part of our program is to reach out to family and educate, teach to deal with setting boundaries, codependency