Recovery 360°

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Recovery 360°

Recovery 360° is both a program and an approach to helping individuals overcome alcohol and drug addiction holistically and completely.

For more information on our Recovery 360° program, please call 800.639.4974.

Substance Abuse and Drug Counseling

OhioGuidestone supports youth and adults, through both intensive and non-intensive outpatient counseling, to achieve sobriety. Our goal is to establish abstinence from any and all mood-altering drugs and develop an individualized program of recovery. Psychiatric services may also be provided as needed.

Available in: Carroll, Cuyahoga, Fairfield, Franklin, Licking, Lorain, Medina, Stark, Summit and Tuscarawas Counties.

Peer Recovery Support

Peer Recovery Support is an award winning support model that inspires hope and assists those in recovery by providing them with a role model for wellness. The role model is a recovered substance abuser who offers knowledge and experience on working through similar challenges and life circumstances.

Available in: Summit County.

Recovery Support Groups

Recovery support groups provide counseling for individuals in recovery in a group setting. Groups provide an opportunity to meet new people who share similar experiences and learn from each other.

Available in: Franklin County.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

When necessary, OhioGuidestone connects those in recovery to medication-assisted treatment options that combine medication and behavioral therapy.

Available in: Cuyahoga, Franklin, and Medina Counties.

Recovery Housing

Recovery housing offers an alcohol and drug-free environment which promotes sobriety and addiction recovery. Our recovery housing programs provide treatment while helping individuals build skills, gain employment, and successfully transition to independent community living.

Available in: Tuscarawas County.

Substance Abuse Prevention

OhioGuidestone provides evidence-based alcohol and drug prevention programs in schools throughout the state, supporting students in 4th – 12th grade. The programs are designed to equip youth with the tools needed to resist peer pressure and identify healthier ways to deal with problems.

Available in: Carroll, Delaware, Medina, Summit, and Tuscarawas Counties.

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