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Inpatient Rehabilitation for Drug & Alcohol Abuse in Ohio

How do I talk to my loved one about inpatient treatment?

In order to speak with an addict about treatment, it is important to do so when the person is not high and under the influence. If there is a chance to speak with them when they are sober, this will be the best time to do so. The subject can be approached lightly, and importance of treatment should be reinforced as the only solution to help them through their addiction, and regain their sobriety.

Information about inpatient treatment

Attending inpatient treatment helps the addict focus on getting sober without being distracted by their everyday life, since the patients are residing at the rehab center. The length of an inpatient program can go anywhere from 28 days to 6 months.

Ohio Residential Drug Rehabilitation Facilities

The inpatient drug and alcohol treatment centers within the state of Ohio are available in many of the major cities, and throughout all the counties. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration web directory do list 72 inpatient rehabilitation programs throughout the state of Ohio. When searching for the right treatment program, the family should ensure the treatment methods used are the best option for the addict's addiction and other problems.

Where can I find a long-term drug treatment in Ohio?

A long-term drug rehabilitation center is where an addict can work through therapy and counseling for two to six months in some cases. Many of the inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment facilities within the state of Ohio will offer this type of treatment. Addicts and their families can locate this option at one of these centers.

Below you can find a listing of the different inpatient alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers in Ohio. The list can be incomplete so if you do not find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Drug & Alcohol Inpatient Rehab Centers in Ohio