Drug And Alcohol Rehab Center in Cincinnati

If you require alcohol or drug rehab in Ohio, choose from over 300 treatment centers throughout the state offering inpatient and outpatient treatment.

Ohio Community Health's Cincinnati Location

Substance use disorders (drug addictions) and alcohol use disorders (alcoholism) are chronic and incurable brain disorders. Addictions respond positively to evidence-based treatment, though, and you can connect with care at the level of intensity you need at a reputable rehab center.

You can engage with the following drug and alcohol treatment in Cincinnati:

  • Inpatient rehab (residential rehab)
  • PHPs (partial hospitalization programs)
  • IOPs (intensive outpatient programs)


We believe you deserve the best drug and alcohol 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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Drug & Alcohol Detox in Cincinnati

Drug or alcohol detox Cincinnati is the first vital step in the rehab process, allowing you to address the issue of physical dependency. Detox can take place in an inpatient alcohol rehab Cincinnati Ohio as the first phase of treatment. Alternatively, you can transition from a supervised medical detox program into ongoing treatment for drug addiction or alcoholism.

If you need drug rehab Cincinnati, OH, consider kickstarting your recovery at Ohio Community Health Recovery Centers.

The clinical descriptor for drug addiction is substance use disorder. Drug addiction is characterized by compulsive substance use in spite of negative outcomes. A chronic and relapsing condition, addiction nevertheless responds well to evidence-based treatment.

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Treatments for Drug & Alcohol Abuse

At Ohio Recovery Centers, you can access a personalized combination of treatments for drug and alcohol addiction that may include:

  • Supervised medical detox: Streamline drug withdrawal by detoxing under close medical supervision at our drug rehab in Ohio.
  • Individual counseling: Probe the specifics of your addiction working closely with an accredited therapist.
  • Psychotherapy: Various forms of talk therapy (psychotherapy) can help treat drug addictions. During sessions of CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) at our Cincinnati drug rehab, you will identify what triggers you to use drugs. A therapist will also help you to develop healthy coping mechanisms to use instead of drugs when confronted with stressors.
  • Group therapy: In group therapy sessions at our drug rehab, benefit from the support of peers undergoing similar recovery journeys.
  • MAT: MAT (medication-assisted treatment) can help treat all types of opioid use disorder, including heroin addiction and prescription painkiller addiction. MAT at Ohio Recovery Centers is delivered alongside psychotherapy and counseling.
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Drug abuse 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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Alcohol Recovery Begins at Cincinnati’s Ohio Community Health

Alcoholism is clinically described as alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder is a chronic brain condition with high relapse rates. That said, if you engage with science-backed therapies at an alcohol rehab in Cincinnati, you can build a firm foundation for sustained sobriety.

The latest data from SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) indicate that 29.5 million U.S. adults met the DSM-5-TR criteria for alcohol use disorder in 2021. Among those, only 2.5 million obtained any form of treatment.

Our Cincinnati alcohol rehab lets you detox from alcohol as comfortably and safely as possible.

After detoxing from alcohol – this typically takes about a week – you can transition into an intensive outpatient treatment program.

Like opioid use disorder, alcohol use disorder responds positively to MAT with FDA-approved medications. Take advantage of this and more at our Cincinnati alcohol detox and rehab center.

How Our Cincinnati Drug And Alcohol Rehab Can Help

Partial Hospitalization Program/Day Treatment

Our PHP (partial hospitalization program) is the most intensive form of outpatient treatment with between 30 and 35 hours of weekly time commitment required.

You will attend weekday therapy sessions with peers addressing similar issues with addictions and mental health conditions.

Unlike residential rehab, you will return home between therapy sessions, getting chance to put into practice the things you are learning at rehab.

PHPs can be effective for those with more severe addictions, and for those with co-occurring disorders.

After completing a PHP at Ohio Community Health Recovery Centers, you may step down to an IOP (intensive outpatient program).

Our Intensive Outpatient Programs in Cincinnati

An IOP at Ohio Recovery Centers offers you the most affordable and flexible pathway to addiction recovery.

Intensive outpatient programs are similar to PHPs. The main difference is that our IOP offers a time commitment of between 12 and 15 hours weekly, making it less intensive than a PHP.

IOPs place more emphasis on group therapy than on individual counseling, although you will still get chance to work one-to-one with therapists and counselors.

For those with mild or moderate addictions and no co-occurring mental health conditions, an IOP at Ohio Recovery Centers can help treat all types of addictions.

Cincinnati Dual Diagnosis Treatment

According to NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), 17 million U.S. adults met the criteria for dual diagnosis in 2020.

Dual diagnosis, also known as co-occurring disorder, involves the simultaneous presentation of a mental health disorder and an addiction. Research shows that integrated treatment of both conditions produces superior outcomes.

At Ohio Community Health Recovery Centers, we specialize in integrated and coordinated dual diagnosis treatment. Through a personalized combination of pharmacological and behavioral interventions, you can unpack the intertwined nature of addiction and mental health issues, creating a solid foundation for sustained sobriety and sound mental health.

Our Medication-Assisted Treatment Program

Both alcohol use disorder and opioid use disorder can be treated with medications approved by the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration).

MAT at Ohio Recovery Centers may be utilized both during detoxification and throughout ongoing outpatient treatment. Medications can reduce the severity of cravings and withdrawal symptoms during detox. As you transition into an IOP or PHP, medications may continue to reduce cravings and may inhibit further substance abuse, minimizing the likelihood of relapse.

Medication-assisted treatment for opioid and alcohol addiction is proven effective, and always best combined with psychotherapies like CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy).

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

In addition to psychotherapy, you will also have access to the following therapies at Ohio Recovery Centers:

  • Individual counseling: Work one-to-one with a counselor to move beyond drug addiction or alcoholism.
  • Group therapy: Shared coping techniques with peers and benefit from the support of those with lived experience of addiction.
  • Family therapy: Involve your family members in your recovery and start repairing relationships damaged by the fallout of substance abuse in the family.
  • Holistic therapy: Evidence-based interventions at Ohio Recovery Centers are supplemented with a variety of holistic treatments, including yoga, meditation, and mindfulness.
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Our Drug And Alcohol Treatment and Recovery Center in Cincinnati

At Ohio Recovery Centers, we provide treatment for the following addictions:

  • Alcohol
  • Marijuana
  • Cocaine
  • Meth
  • Heroin
  • Fentanyl
  • Prescription opioids
  • Benzodiazepines
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Comprehensive Addiction Treatment

We provide a full suite of addiction treatment services, specializing in the intensive outpatient treatment of addiction. Studies show that most mild and moderate addictions can be treated as effectively with intensive outpatient therapy as with residential rehab.

For a whole-body approach to recovery from drug addiction or alcohol, access an individualized combination of holistic treatments and research-backed interventions at Ohio Recovery Centers in Cincinnati.


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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Exceptional Aftercare Plans

Due to the relapsing nature of all addictions – between 40% and 60% of those who obtain treatment will relapse at least once – your treatment team will equip you with an aftercare plan when you finish your outpatient program. This will include:

  • Coping techniques
  • Relapse prevention strategies
  • Relapse management
  • Ongoing outpatient treatment if required

Recovery is a lifelong journey that may not always be linear. Take the first crucial step by detoxing from drugs or alcohol at Ohio Community Health Recovery Centers.

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Drug & Alcohol Detox, Addiction Treatment Programs, and Clinical Services

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Treatment Modalities

At Ohio Community Health Recovery Centers, we are here to help you from detox to discharge and beyond as you move from active addiction into ongoing recovery.

We offer the following services at our Cincinnati treatment facility:

  • Supervised drug and alcohol detox
  • PHPs (partial hospitalization programs)
  • IOPs (intensive outpatient programs)
  • MAT (medication-assisted treatment) for alcoholism and opioid addiction
  • Dual diagnosis treatment (for addictions with co-occurring mental health disorders)
  • Psychotherapy
  • Counseling
  • Holistic therapies
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Our Alcohol Detox Program

Detoxing from alcohol at home could be dangerous and possibly fatal in the case of delirium tremens (the most severe form of alcohol withdrawal).

At Ohio Recovery Centers, take advantage of medications approved by the FDA for treating alcohol withdrawal and recovery. At our licensed medical detox center, you will also have around-the-clock clinical and emotional care.

Engaging with our supervised medical detox program will help you to address the issue of alcohol dependence and prepare yourself for ongoing outpatient treatment.

Alcohol detox at Ohio Recovery Centers typically takes one week.

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Cincinnati Drug And Alcohol Addiction Treatment FAQs

Drug abuse and alcoholism are progressive conditions that will get worse if untreated. Choosing to engage with an evidence-based treatment program at a reputable rehab will strengthen your chances of recovery without relapse.

Here are the most frequently asked questions we receive at Ohio Recovery Centers concerning drug and alcohol addiction treatment.

Five types of therapy that can be used to treat alcoholism are:

  1. Psychotherapy: CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) is proven effective for the treatment of alcohol use disorder. Learn what triggers you to abuse alcohol, and discover how to implement healthier coping techniques in place of alcohol when confronted by everyday stressors.
  2. Group therapy: Group therapy sessions allow you to enjoy a sense of community, accountability, and support as you discuss all aspects of alcoholism and recovery with peers undergoing similar experiences.
  3. MI (motivational interviewing): MI can help you to become more motivated to make positive behavioral changes and move from active alcoholism into ongoing recovery.
  4. Family therapy: Involve your family members in treatment and work on improving your communication skills and strengthening your relationships.
  5. Peer support groups: 12-step support groups like AA and NA or non-12-step groups like SMART Recovery are a valuable supplement to treatment to many people in recovery from alcohol use disorder.

The best form of treatment for addiction will depend on the type of addiction, the severity of the addiction, and any co-occurring mental health disorders. All addictions respond well to treatment with behavioral interventions like CBT. Both alcoholism and opioid addiction can be treated with FDA-approved medications, during both detox and ongoing recovery. Counseling and holistic therapies may also supplement these behavioral and pharmacological interventions.

The shortest inpatient rehab programs are 30-day programs. This includes a week or so of detoxification followed by three weeks of intensive therapy. After a short stay in residential rehab, many people step down to some form of intensive outpatient treatment before moving back into sober living.

The most common inpatient rehab courses are:

  • 30-day rehab
  • 60-day rehab
  • 90-day rehab

Outpatient rehab courses take place over several months and can be individualized to meet your requirements. Lengthier treatment durations are typically associated with superior treatment outcomes.

Since the enactment of the ACA (Affordable Care Act) in 2010, major health insurance providers must offer at least partial coverage for alcohol rehab. If you do not have health insurance, you may be entitled to Medicaid. Medicaid coverage for substance abuse treatment may include:

  • Inpatient rehab
  • Outpatient rehab
  • Prescription medications

Citizen requirements and financial eligibility will be considered when determining whether you qualify for Medicaid. Medicaid coverage for alcohol addiction treatment varies significantly from state to state and according to factors including your state of residence, the treatment facility, and the insurance plan level.