Crisis Services for Adult Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Services

  ADM Crisis Center
Akron UMADAOP, Inc.
Comm. Health Center
Edwin Shaw Rehab
Oriana House Inc.
IBH Addiction Recovery Center
Mature Services Inc.
Summit County Public Health
Summa Health System
Summit Psychological Associates
Crisis Services                  
Drop-In                  
Central Assessment                  
Subacute Detoxification                  
Ambulatory Detoxification                
Crisis Support Services                  
Outpatient Alcohol / Other Drug (AOD) Services                
Intake and Assessment
Individual Counseling  
Group Counseling  
Case Management                  
Case Management      
Outreach            
Acute Detoxification                  
Intensive Outpatient Program      
Residential Treatment                
Drug and Alcohol Screening        
Methadone                  
Suboxone                
Vivitrol              
Medical Somatic                
                     

Crisis Services for Adult Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Services

The ADM Crisis Center, operated by Oriana House Inc., provides access and support to adult Summit County residents seeking alcohol and drug addiction treatment services. Services are provided by a staff of nurses, counselors, social workers, counseling interns, and paraprofessionals. In addition, a physician is on-call 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week.

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Crisis Treatment Services

Drop-In Center

The Drop-In Center is for adult, Summit County residents who require a short stay in a safe environment so they may sufficiently recuperate from the immediate effects of slcohol and / or drugs. Clients may be self-referred or brought to the Drop-In Center by police. Clients remain in the center and are monitored for withdrawal sysmtoms until the effects of the substance have dissipated. Assessments and referral services to community treatment agencies are offered.

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Central Assessment

Central assessment provides chemical dependency evaluations with treatment recommendations and referrals for adult Summit County residents seeking alcohol and chemical dependency treatment services. Clients can be self-referred or refered by family, friends, community agencies or the courts. Individuals in need of alcohol and chemical dependency treatment services may call 330-996-7730 to make an appointment for an assessment. Walk-ins are also accepted Monday through Friday from 8am – 1pm. The assessment process can last up to three hours. Following the assessment, clients are referred to residential or nonresidential treatment programs depending on their level of need.

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Detoxification

Detoxification is a set of interventions aimed at managing alcohol and other drug withdrawal. The detoxification process consists of three essential components: evaluation, stabilization, and preparation for entry into substance abuse treatment. The Detoxification Unit provides medically supervised inpatient and outpatient services to adult, Summit County residents who are intoxicated or experiencing withdrawal symptoms. A licensed treatment counselor does a comprehensive assessment to determine the appropriate level of detoxification care and follow-up treatment.


Sub-acute (inpatient) Detox

Round-the-clock nursing care and medical support from a physician are provided. Medications are used to treat withdrawal from alcohol, opiates (including heroin and prescription drugs), and sedatives. Individuals usually remain in the Detoxification Unit for three to five days.

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Ambulatory (outpatient) Detox

Ambulatory Detoxification may be an option for individuals with a supportive home environment. An appointment is made with a treatment counselor, medical staff, and a treatment readiness facilitator to discuss expectations, medication, and counseling. The treatment counselor will make a referral for treatment which will continue upon completion of ambulatory detox. If eligible, a physical exam and the first dosage of medication is scheduled. The individual needs to return daily to the ADM Crisis Center initially to receive medications and counseling support for a period of three to five days.

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Crisis Support Services

Treatment Readiness Group

A treatment readiness group holds daily, open meetings Monday through Friday, allowing individuals to be engaged in the recovery process while they await services in their needed level of care. There are two group facilitators (a licensed treatment counselor and a recovery coach) who help clients identify and respond to their individual challenges. The facilitators also help the clients develop and practice relapse prevention skills

Peer Support Groups

Peer support groups meet regularly at the ADM Crisis Center to help keep people motivated and on track while waiting to begin residential treatment. Led by trained recovery coaches, these groups help people face challenges by being with others who are going through similar situations and providing information and encouragement.

Recovery Coaches

These are in recovery and are trained to serve as personal guidesand mentors to others who are seeking or are in recovery. Recovery coaches spend time with individuals they support and are available to help them with all aspects of their recovery.

Outpatient Alcohol / Other Drug (AOD) Services

Intake and Assessment

Each provider agency has an intake process where the individual receives a clinical evaluation and is prescribed a level of services based on assessment of the severity of the problem for which they have sought help.

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Individual Counseling

Individual Counseling services are targeted to the specific needs and issues presented by an individual. Services are individualized to address mutual treatment goals, usually involving behavior change, interpersonal relationships and how one views and understands situations.

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Group Counseling

Group Counseling involves a series of structured sessions in a group setting that work toward the attainment of mutually defined goals. Counseling is conducted with small groups of people addressing common issues. Groups can consist of psychoeducational, or teaching about addiction issues, skill development, which enhance skills needed prevent relapse and cognitive-behavioral, which rearrange patterns of thinking that lead to addiction, or support groups where members hold each other accountable by supporting constructive change and confronting obstacles.

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Case Management

Case Management

Case Management services are designed to provide advocacy, support, and community- based- interventions and activities to assist and support individuals and groups in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services essential to meeting basic human needs. Case management services may include interactions with other service providers, the legal system, family members, and / or other individuals important to the person in treatment.

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Outreach / Intervention

Outreach / Intervention services are defined as a planned approach to reach a targeted high-risk population within their environment. The purpose of this approach is to prevent and / or address issues and problems as they relate to the misuse of alcohol and other drugs.

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Acute Detoxification

For Persons in active withdrawal due to physiological Dependence – acute also has medical complication

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Intensive Outpatient Program

Moderate to Severe addictions, but not requiring 24 hour care Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) services are indicated for individuals who require a more intensive, structured treatment to achieve an improved level of functioning. Program participants are required to attend at least eight hours per week. The goal of treatment is sufficient recovery to permit the transition to an aftercare component.

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Residential Treatment Services

Addicted persons needing 24 hour supervised treatment Residential Treatment Services are designed to provide a full array of treatment services in a supervised residential setting. Services offered include assessment, individual and group counseling, educational programming addressing social and daily living skills, recovery, and relapse prevention skills.

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Drug Screening & Analysis

Toxicology Screening is the testing to detect the presence of alcohol and other drugs.

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Medication Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT), including opioid treatment programs (OTPs), combines behavioral therapy and medications to treat substance use disorders.


Methadone

This service is the administration or dispensing of methadone to clients who are in treatment for opiate or narcotic addictions.

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Suboxone with Counseling Treatment Program

This service is the prescribing of suboxone with a linkage to other treatment services to address opiate or narcotic addictions.

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Vivitrol

Treatment that includes the prescription medication Vivitrol is available for an individual who is addicted to opioids (includes heroin and many prescription drugs). The intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment includes both behavioral therapy with medications to treat the substance use disorder.

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Medical/somatic services

Medical/somatic services means medical services, medication administration services, medication assisted treatment, and the dispensing of medications in an alcohol and other drug treatment program.

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