CCRS offers substance abuse and mental health treatment to residents of Lucas County and the surrounding area while promoting effective treatment methods and striving toward effective outcomes. The organization’s goal is to assist individuals and families in increasing daily functionality to live healthy and productive lives.
The evidence based treatment models utilized have been shown to be effective and match CCRS’ philosophy for assessment-based treatment. Treatment models include The Matrix, Thinking for a Change, and Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment. The Matrix was one of the first treatment models to be listed on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Registry of Evidence-based Program and Practices. The model provides a structured treatment experience designed to give individuals who use substances the knowledge, structure, and support to achieve abstinence from drugs and alcohol and initiate a long-term program of recovery. Thinking for a Change is an evidence based model that integrates thought and behavioral restructuring, social skill development, and problem solving skills utilized to assist clients in recovery. Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment is intended to enhance the functioning of individuals with substance abuse and mental health disorders. The treatment fosters motivation and raises the awareness of the lifelong nature of the recovery process.
The Residential Sub-Acute Detoxification program is offered seven days a week with admissions Monday through Friday. Patients are medically supervised in a safe, comfortable environment throughout the withdrawal period, usually three to five days.
Residential Sub-Acute Detoxification Program is offered seven days a week with admissions Monday through Friday. Patients are medically supervised in a safe, comfortable environment throughout the withdrawal period, usually three to five days.
Short Term Residential Treatment Program is provided for both men and women that include integrated substance abuse and mental health individual and group counseling, case management, a link to community support systems, nutritional planning, medication management, and family programming. The program offers education, skill building techniques, and therapeutic support to individuals in a positive, caring environment. The length of stay in the program is up to 54 days.
Men’s Residential services are offered at our Collingwood Boulevard site. The program offers semi-private rooms in a dorm setting with trained and certified staff on-site 24 hours per day. Group activities take place in comfortable meeting rooms and lounges, and meals are served in our spacious dining facility.
Women’s Residential services are offered in the historic Tiedtke House adjacent to our Collingwood Boulevard campus. Recently restored, the facility offers semi-private rooms with attached bathrooms, beautiful meeting rooms and living areas. Meals are served in our spacious dining facility.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment incorporates a recovery-supportive environment while addressing the factors associated with chemical dependency and any co-occurring mental health disorder. The average length of the program is eighteen group sessions and individual counseling as needed. Urinalysis screening is conducted throughout treatment to monitor for success.
The Problem Gambling Program addresses behaviors associated with problem or pathological gambling and at times, co-occurring substance abuse or mental health disorders. Individuals receive education and support in individual and group counseling sessions to develop strategies to change the behaviors.
Suboxone is an FDA-approved medication for the treatment of prescription pain medication dependence, heroin addiction, and/or other opioid dependence. Our Suboxone Medication-Assisted Treatment Program is an extended outpatient detoxification and maintenance program. Our program, administered Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, includes individualized care, medical monitoring, and individual therapy. Patients may also participate in other programs (including Intensive Outpatient treatment) in conjunction with Suboxone treatment as identified by their indicated ODADAS levels of care.
The OTP Program is a medically assisted outpatient treatment program for individuals who have Opioid dependence and any co-occurring mental health disorder, have abused opiates/heroin for at least 12 months, and have been unsuccessful at stopping the use. Under the direction of the Medical Director, the patients receive daily doses of methadone to decrease or alleviate symptoms of withdrawal. Urinalysis screening is conducted throughout treatment to monitor for success and for patient safety. Additional measures are taken when a pregnant female is admitted to treatment or becomes pregnant during treatment for the health and safety of the patient and fetus. Patients attend individual and group counseling to address thought processes and behavioral change. A patient and the physician may collaborate to determine when a medical detoxification is beneficial. However, a patient may remain in the program for as long as it is beneficial to the patient’s well being.
CAD is a 28 day residential education program which addresses the use/abuse of alcohol and other drugs. Participants are Court ordered from area Municipal Courts and attend the CAD in lieu of incarceration. The program offers individual and group counseling.
The Adult Education Program was developed for adults who could benefit from prevention education. Participants will explore personal behaviors that may contribute to alcohol and/or drug use. The program offers participants the opportunity to understand the dangers of habit-forming use of mind and mood-altering substances. Referrals are generally made by the Court system and other third parties. The program is seven hours long.
The focus of the Adult Alternative program is to assist individuals in restructuring thought patterns to promote making more appropriate decisions. Individuals attending this program have been referred by the Court system due to a misdemeanor conviction. The program is a five-hour program.
CCRS provides programming and housing for adults in a 72-hour, State certified Driver Intervention Program. The purpose of DIP is to provide services that are intended to break the pattern of “high risk” alcohol and other drug use or abuse. The participants are Court ordered to the program.
CCRS additionally provides a 6-day DIP for individuals who have had multiple charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. This program provides the initial 72 hours listed above and incorporates an assessment, more intensive groups, and individual sessions.