Addiction Treatment and Rehab Center in Cincinnati

At our addiction treatment and rehab center in Cincinnati, our mission is to provide the highest quality of care possible at costs that are more affordable than other facilities.

Ohio Community Health's Cincinnati Location

We provide clients with a variety of treatment services tailored to help them recover and get back on their feet as quickly as possible.

Using only proven evidence-based practices and effective therapeutic modalities, we believe in meeting clients right where they are to give them the best addiction recovery care possible.

That care includes Partial Hospitalization Programming (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Programming (PHP), Outpatient Programming, Medication Assisted Treatment, and dual-diagnosis treatment for all adult men and women ages eighteen and above.

We are open Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 5 pm. You can find us at 12115 Sheraton Ln, Cincinnati, OH, 45246.


We believe you deserve the best addiction treatment and care possible. Get the recovery help you need with Ohio Community Health Recovery Centers. Call 513-757-5000

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Cincinnati Addiction Recovery Begins at Ohio Community Health

Whether you’re struggling with alcoholism, drug addiction, or any other substance use disorder, our mission is to provide you with the most effective care possible that is backed by research-based evidence.

Our Cincinnati drug and alcohol rehab facility offers comprehensive treatment for all types of addictions, as well as treatment and therapy for dual diagnoses, like mental health conditions.

We understand that addiction is a complex disease that requires much more than just detox and abstinence to fully overcome. Our treatments are designed to help you address the root causes of your drug or alcohol addiction, which is why we offer programs that include the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual components of recovery.

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Our Addiction Treatment and Recovery Center in Cincinnati

At our Cincinnati addiction treatment center, we focus on dual-diagnosis substance use and co-occurring mental health disorder treatment and recovery for adult men and women ages eighteen and up.

We believe you deserve the most comprehensive addiction treatment available, which is why we offer modalities like Medication-Assisted Treatment as well as therapy and counseling services at our treatment center to ensure you have the physiological, social, and emotional support you need to actually recover from addiction. 

Ohio Community Health Recovery Centers is staffed by masters-level clinicians and medical professionals, many of which have personal experience with addiction and recovery themselves.

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Addiction is not something to ignore or be ashamed of. Reach out to our rehab team today and get the help and support you need for recovery. Call us at 513-757-5000

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Cincinnati Drug & Alcohol Programs and Clinical Services

We understand that drug and alcohol addictions are entirely non-discriminatory. People of all ages, genders, ethnicities, and backgrounds suffer from addiction.

Addiction is a chronic disease that alters the brain, making every part of your life more difficult, from making simple decisions to being able to plan and prioritize things in your daily life.

Our drug & alcohol treatment programs in Cincinnati are designed to first help you detox from substances so your physical health can begin to improve immediately. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is an especially effective care option to help you overcome the immensely difficult struggles of early sobriety and withdrawal.

Along with comprehensive treatment to take care of your physical health, our rehab provides a number of therapeutic modalities to help you overcome the mental health problems associated with your addiction. These include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and many more.

How Our Cincinnati Rehab Center Can Help

Partial Hospitalization Program/Day Treatment

Our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is a type of alcohol and drug abuse treatment program that provides intensive care for people recovering from addiction. With PHP, you’ll receive a higher level of addiction care than most outpatient programs without the intensity of inpatient or residential programs.

PHP is a preferred treatment program if you’re struggling with addiction but don’t feel you need 24-hour care. Our Cincinnati Partial Hospitalization Program will typically last for several hours each day. This treatment will include both group and individual therapy, as well as educational classes on addiction recovery.

Our Intensive Outpatient Programs in Cincinnati

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) are similar to our PHP, as they can help those struggling with addiction and provide comprehensive treatment without 24-hour care. IOPs allow you to stay anchored to your everyday responsibilities without compromising the quality of your recovery care.

Some of the most common aspects of treatment and counseling in our intensive outpatient program include:

  • Psychotherapy (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, etc)
  • Regular exercise
  • Nutrition guidance
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
  • Mental health counseling and/or therapy
  • Much more!

Cincinnati Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Often times when dealing with addiction treatment and recovery, the affected person will be battling both a substance use disorder and a mental health disorder simultaneously. This can make living your daily life feel almost impossible.

Dual diagnosis treatment is a more holistic and comprehensive approach to helping you recover from addiction. We understand that addiction can have a variety of root causes and conditions that contribute to it, which is why we treat addiction with multiple modalities.

Depending on your individual circumstances, our dual diagnosis treatment programs will often include something similar to our Medication Assisted Treatment program in combination with one of the many therapeutic modalities we provide like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) or recommending you join a peer-to-peer support group.

Our Medication-Assisted Treatment Program

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is an effective way to treat drug and alcohol addiction that uses FDA-approved medications to help you detox and heal from your addictive substance while also dealing with the cravings and urges that arise while doing so.

Like many of our Cincinnati treatment programs, MAT is often used in combination with other things like counseling and behavioral therapy to help people overcome addiction.

Depending on your particular situation, a thorough assessment will be completed to determine the medications needed that will help you the most. For heroin addiction, methadone is typically used. And for opioid abuse, buprenorphine has been clinically proven to be the most effective.

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction or substance abuse, a Medication-Assisted Treatment program could deliver the help they need to begin recovering.

Call our Cincinnati rehab location at 513-757-5000


Our Cincinnati Therapy Services for Addiction

To better help you or your loved one suffering from addiction, we also provide clients with individual and group therapies. Depending on your particular needs, that would likely include at least one of the following:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Family therapy
  • Joining support groups

Each of these therapeutic modalities is intended to help provide you with a more comprehensive approach to addiction recovery treatment. We understand that addiction treatment is not a one-size-fits-all program. Your individual situation will be considered before we recommend any particular type of therapy or support group to maximize your ability for a full and healthy recovery from addiction.

Learn more about therapy services below!

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that can help you more easily identify and change negative thinking or behavior patterns. Addiction often very negatively affects mental and emotional health.

CBT is just one way that can help you deal with the underlying causes of addiction and combat the onslaught of negative thoughts and emotions that accompany substance abuse.

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy

DBT is another form of behavioral therapy that focuses on helping you or your loved one deal with self-acceptance. This is often extremely helpful for anyone suffering from addiction as it could help them come to terms with where they are now and understand that is completely okay.

Self-love and acceptance are often necessary before you can begin to effectively manage addiction. Through DBT, you can learn to be more aware of your emotions and develop healthier coping mechanisms that will allow you to regulate those with positive things besides substance abuse.


Addiction is not something to ignore or be ashamed of. Reach out to our team today and get the help and support you need for recovery. Call us at 513-757-5000

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Motivational Interviewing

Motivational interviewing is another type of therapy that focuses on helping patients motivate themselves to change their behavior.

This type of therapy encourages self-confidence that can help you curb your addictive substance use. This technique also tends to have a positive effect on other areas of your life, as well, including your career, recreational, and social life.

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Family Therapy in Cincinnati

Family therapy is a type of group therapy that helps families of addicted loved ones improve communication and resolve conflict.

Addiction often causes problems and turmoil for the entire family and this type of therapy can be an incredibly cathartic experience for all involved.

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Support Groups

As a supplement to the addiction recovery treatment you’ll receive, we also encourage you or your addicted friend to get involved with support groups for people who are struggling with similar addictions. We are connected with dozens of organizations, both locally here in Cincinnati and virtually (almost all support groups have online meetings that can be accessed from anywhere).

These groups provide you with a safe and supportive community of people who are going through similar situations.

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Cincinnati Rehab & Addiction Treatment FAQs

The three main types of addiction rehabilitation facilities are residential (or inpatient), outpatient, and dual-diagnosis treatment centers.

Residential or inpatient facilities offer extended stays for patients (typically between 30 and 90 days) where they can reside at the facility and receive around-the-clock care.

Outpatient facilities (like ours) provide things like Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), and Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) to ensure you receive all the medical treatment you need to help you detox from drugs or alcohol and effectively deal with the withdrawal symptoms that follow.

Dual-diagnosis treatment centers (which we are as well) provide a more comprehensive approach to addiction recovery, providing you not only with treatment covering the physiological component of recovery but also with things like therapy and group counseling to promote emotional and mental well-being.

Typically, rehab centers will keep patients for at least 30 days to ensure they can fully detox from the addictive substance and get started on their recovery journey. But, the recommended length of stay is always circumstantial and based on your individual needs.

According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (, to be classified for payment under Medicare’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility (or IRF) prospective payment system, at least 60 percent of a facility’s total inpatient population must require IRF treatment for one or more of 13 conditions listed in 42 CFR 412.29(b)(2).

Casey’s Law, enacted in 2004, applies to residents of Kentucky and Ohio and allows family members to file paperwork with a local court to force someone to go to addiction treatment when that person is unable to recognize their need for help. If the person refuses, they can go to jail until they agree but that doesn’t create or add to the person’s criminal record.