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MetroHealth and Recovery Resources have partnered to make access to mental health and addiction services easier for our patients.
Our partnership makes it easy for you to continue receiving care at MetroHealth even if you go to Recovery Resources for behavioral health services.
MetroHealth Recovery Services currently offers medication for substance use disorder (MSUD) as well as individual and group services for substance use disorders.
Behavioral therapies, including individual and group counseling utilize evidence-based interventions to address substance use problems, coping skills, and trauma. We individualize the treatment to the unique needs of each client, and the program length is based on individual progress. Our programming teaches the healthy behavior and relationship success skills needed to develop a positive, healthy lifestyle.
Treatments for substance use disorders utilize FDA approved medications to address and treat substance use disorders such as opiate, alcohol and nicotine use. We offer MSUD for opiate use disorders with both Buprenophine (Suboxone) and Naltrexone (Vivitrol), and MSUD for alcohol with Naltrexone. We combine medication with the behavioral health treatments we offer to maximize chances of successful recovery.
What will I achieve?
Who is eligible for a MetroHealth Recovery Services Assessment?
Anyone 18 years or older with a substance abuse problem who is willing to participate in treatment.
The MetroHealth System and Recovery Resources have partnered to coordinate care for patients with behavioral health and addiction issues. The partnership expands services for the community, allowing current Recovery Resources’ clients and MetroHealth patients to receive coordinated care for mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions.
We are dedicated to providing substance use counseling to all patients, families and communities. Our staff diverse staff of physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, addiction counselors and interns provides consultation and direct services. Care Navigators and nurses are available to provide additional support during treatment.
Our location within the The MetroHealth System gives us the ability to provide comprehensive care for the multiple mental and physical complications often associated with substance use disorders.
MetroHealth Medical Center accepts all Ohio Medicaid plans, works with most major insurance companies. We offer finance options for treatment costs not covered by insurance.
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