drug rehab center cleveland ohioFor those who are struggling with an addiction to drugs, Ethan Crossing of Cleveland offers a residential addiction treatment center including an alcohol rehab program that helps our guests develop the tools they need to rebuild their lives. Illicit drugs like heroin and meth are not the only substances an individual can become addicted to. Many legally prescribed medications are addictive as well. Some individuals begin misusing prescription medications like opioid pain relievers and find that they have become dependent on the substance.

No matter why you are at this point, if you are struggling with addiction, it’s time to reach out for help. At Ethan Crossing of Cleveland, we’ll help you or your loved one recover in a safe, supportive environment.

Contact us at 855.967.2436 or reach out online today to learn more about our men’s rehab program and women’s rehab program.

Do You Need a Drug Rehab Center?

Abusing prescription drugs changes the chemistry of your brain, which increases your tolerance level. You may find yourself needing larger amounts of the prescription drug to feel the same effect. Pain medications are not the only drug that can lead to addiction issues. Individuals who have been prescribed medication for anxiety or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder can also develop a dependence on or addiction to the substance.

Over time, some individuals often themselves in a position where they need a fix when they run out of their prescription. This can lead them to purchase illegal drugs or do anything to resolve their cravings. The changes in your body chemistry can make it dangerous to try to quit using the substance on your own. Our team of professionals understands the risks involved in withdrawal. We’ll provide a safe, supportive environment for detox. Our substance abuse treatment center offers a variety of services to help you through recovery.

What We Treat

We provide personalized treatment plans for those struggling with addictions to:

  • Prescription pain relievers, such as OxyContin, Vicodin, Dilaudid, and Demerol
  • Benzodiazepines, such as Valium and Xanax
  • Stimulants, such as Adderall, Ritalin, and Vyvanse
  • Illicit drugs, such as cocaine, meth, heroin, or fentanyl

This is not an exhaustive list. Many individuals also struggle with polysubstance abuse, which is characterized by the compulsive use of more than one substance. For example, someone might misuse a prescription pain reliever and drink alcohol simultaneously. This can be dangerous, and professional treatment is recommended to help these individuals heal.

In addition, we offer dual diagnosis treatment at Ethan Crossing of Cleveland. Those who have both a substance use disorder and a mental health condition can find help for both issues simultaneously in our addiction treatment center.

What to Expect in Our Addiction Treatment Programs

Ethan Crossing of Cleveland’s drug rehab center offers residential treatment and outpatient treatment programs. We place an emphasis on understanding what led to your addiction. In both group therapy and individual therapy, you’ll develop the tools you need to maintain recovery long-term.

Inpatient treatment in our recovery center allows you to focus solely on your growth away from the stresses of everyday life. Here, you’ll find support as you detox and encouragement in the early days of recovery.

We also offer outpatient services. This treatment option can help those who have completed an inpatient program or who have obligations that make it hard for them to commit to an inpatient stay. One benefit of outpatient therapy is that you will receive support from others with similar experiences. We also help you find a 12-step therapy program or 12-step alternative programs that can provide support even after leaving our center.

Reach Out to Ethan Crossing of Cleveland Today

Contact us today to learn more about our drug rehab center and our addiction treatment programs. It’s time to take back your life from addiction. Reach out to our team at 855.967.2436 or fill out our online form to begin your journey to recovery.