Our multidisciplinary team specializes in helping clients with a variety of treatment requirements. Our specialists include doctors, nurses, behavioral counselors, psychiatrists, occupational therapists, physical trainers, dietitians and mentors. As you progress through treatment, you’ll transition through each phase with ease.
Most people begin recovery with medical detox
. Depending on the substance and the duration of substance use, detox can last for several days or weeks. We make detox as comfortable as possible by providing 24/7 monitoring, a safe environment and medications when appropriate.
As you transition from detox to formal treatment, we continue to provide around-the-clock supervision while introducing counseling and therapy. You’ll learn about the underlying causes of substance use, and you’ll work with therapists and peers to build recovery skills.
When you’re ready for more independence, you’ll have the option of receiving partial hospitalization programming. You’ll continue to receive counseling and therapy during the day, with more freedom. Most clients continue to live on-site during this level of care.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our intensive outpatient program provides even more independence than PHP. You’ll receive fewer hours of recovery programming, and you’ll have an opportunity to practice coping skills outside of the treatment center. You’ll continue to receive medication management, counseling and support group access during IOP.
When you’re ready for fewer hours of counseling or programming, you can transition into outpatient treatment
. The program allows you to increase independence and privacy while maintaining access to support. We offer flexible programs designed to treat your needs as you transition out of treatment.
Recovery is a lifelong journey, and we prepare you for that life. We’ll help you develop a plan to find sober housing
, access to appropriate medications, local support groups and a personal therapist, if necessary.
Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders
Our clients often require treatment for multiple mental health concerns. We treat each disease simultaneously to provide comprehensive health care.
Examples of co-occurring disorders we treat alongside addiction include:
- Eating disorders
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
- Bipolar disorder
Treatment for co-occurring disorders allows clients to understand the underlying causes of substance use and teaches healthy skills to cope with or overcome mental health issues.
A Typical Day
Each person’s daily schedule is individualized and flexible. Below is an example of a typical day at The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab.