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Substance Use Disorder Services

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Substance Use Disorder Services

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is a major issue disproportionately affecting Ohio and threatening our communities. It is a leading cause of stress, which can result in isolation, homelessness, breakdown in families and more. Yet, millions of Americans in recovery remind us that treatment is effective – people can and do recover every day. OhioGuidestone helps individuals not only at the point of care, but throughout the entire process from assessment and counseling, to recovery and prevention. Our comprehensive services are tailored to meet each person’s unique needs, allowing them to actively participate in determining what recovery means to them.

For more information on our SUD services, please call call 844-6CALLOG (844-622-5564) or submit the Request Services form.

Assessments and Counseling

We know recovery is a life-long process, so we offer support beyond just getting sober. That support begins with our Assessment and Counseling services, where our licensed professionals work to determine a customized Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment plan based on each individual’s needs and circumstances.

Assessment: A diagnostic evaluation that provides a behavioral health diagnosis, American Society of Addiction Medicine level of care, and treatment recommendations available in the home, community or one of our offices for ease and convenience

Counseling: Individualized counseling available in the home, community or in one of our offices for easy access and convenience. The intensity and frequency of appointments are determined by each individual’s needs.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

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

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

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


Peer Recovery Support

Peer Recovery Support is a program delivered by people who, themselves, have experienced both substance use disorder and recovery. They know what it’s like to struggle with the daily pressures and stress, to overcome the emotions and confusion, to try to find and maintain a job, to rebuild careers, relationships and so much more.

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.

Recovery Support Groups

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


Residential Treatment

The program provides residential treatment for those in need of intensive treatment for substance abuse issues. The length of the program will be determined based on individual need. Children may accompany their mothers parents while in treatment.

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.


Substance Abuse Professional Services (SAP)

A transportation worker who has violated DOT regulations is required to follow a specific procedure, conducted by a trained and qualified Substance Abuse Professional (SAP), before being considered for return to safety-sensitive duties. We work with the individuals to meet their SAP needs and participate in the effort to ensure public safety.

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