ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT AND RECOVERY SUPPORT RESOURCES

Where to start?
To find out what services are available for you or your loved one, you can call 211, the Hopeline at (800) 577-7849, the MHRS Board at (440) 992-3121, or contact a Substance Use provider directly.

Insurance
Are you trying to find out if your health insurance covers mental health and/or substance use disorder treatment? You can find out this information by doing the following:

  • Contact your health insurance company using the phone number listed on the back of your
    health insurance card.
  • Review the information provided by your health insurance company or your employer.
  • Contact the human resources office of your employer.
  • Call the Ohio Department of Insurance at 1-800-686-1578.

In most cases, you have the right to appeal a claim that was denied by letting your health insurance company know that you would like to file an appeal. They will review your request and decide to approve or deny your appeal. If the claim is not overturned, you have the right to ask your health insurance company for an independent review.

If you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency, you can request that this appeal be expedited, which requires a determination as soon as possible but no later than 72 hours.

Learn more about Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefits at https://insurance.ohio.gov/

24/7 CRISIS AND REFERRAL SERVICES

Help Network of Northeast Ohio
Hopeline (800) 577-7849
Provides comprehensive crisis intervention and information about resources offered to Ashtabula County residents.

Crisis Text Line: Text the keyword “4hope” to 741 741
A trained Crisis Staff person will respond within five minutes. Your message is free, confidential, anonymous, and secure.

MEDICAL WITHDRAWAL (DETOXIFICATION) SERVICES: for persons without insurance

Glenbeigh Hospital and Windsor-Laurelwood
To obtain a referral, contact your treatment provider or Signature Health at:
(440) 992-8552

Community Counseling Center Transitions to Recovery Program
(440) 998-4210

MEDICAL WITHDRAWAL (DETOXIFICATION) SERVICES:
may accept Medicaid, Medicare, and/or private insurance

First Step Recovery
2737 Youngstown Rd, S.E.
Warren, Oh 44484
(330) 869-8022

New Vision (UH Geauga Medical Center)
13207 Ravenna Rd. Chardon, OH 44024
(440) 214-3106

Addiction Recovery Services UH of Cleveland
10524 Euclid Avenue, Suite 3200
Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 983-3066

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center
2351 East 22nd Street
Cleveland, OH 44115
(216) 363-2580

Windsor Laurelwood Center for Behavioral Medicine
35900 Euclid Avenue Willoughby OH 44094
(440) 953-3000

Lutheran Hospital Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center
1730 West 25th Street
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 636-5860 OR (216) 363-2122

Mother and Child Dependency Program @ MetroHealth
2500 MetroHealth Drive Cleveland, OH 44109
(216) 778-4444 OR (216) 778-4247

Glenbeigh Hospital
2863 State Route 45
Rock Creek, OH 44084
(440) 563-3400 OR (800) 234-1001

CommQuest
2600 6th Street SW
Canton, OH 44710
(330) 830-3393
(Enter through Aultman Hospital ER)

Square One Health
(855) 886-9511

ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT AND RECOVERY SUPPORT SERVICES

Community Counseling Center
2801 C Court, Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440) 998-4210
Provides Alcohol and Drug Assessment; Ambulatory Medical Withdrawal (Detoxification), Individual, Group, and Family Counseling, Intensive Outpatient Counseling, Case Management, Medication-Assisted Treatment, Peer Support, and Aftercare Services.

Glenbeigh
2863 State Route 45 Rock Creek, OH 44084
(800) 234-1001
Provides assessment, medical withdrawal (detoxification), intensive outpatient, counseling, continuing care, family programs, and residential treatment services in the Ashtabula County facility located in Rock Creek, Ohio.

Lake Area Recovery Center
2801 C Court, Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440) 998-0722
Provides Alcohol and Drug Assessment; Individual, Group, and Family Support Services, Intensive Outpatient Counseling, Case Management, Recovery Coaching, Aftercare, and Recovery Housing. Turning Point is a non-medical drug and alcohol residential facility for both men and women. Due to funding sources, males interested in Turning Point must be referred by a probation or parole officer.

Signature Health
4726 Main Ave., Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440) 992-8552
Provides Alcohol and Drug Assessment for adolescents and adults, Psychiatry, Nursing, Primary Medical Care, Individual, Group, and Family Counseling, Intensive Outpatient Counseling, Case Management, Customized Aftercare, Peer Support, and Road to Recovery adolescent group treatment. Signature Health also provides Medication Assisted Treatment and a Dual Partial Hospitalization Program.

Brightview
2210 South Ridge Road East Ashtabula, Ohio 44004
(833) 510-HELP (4357)
Provides outpatient addiction treatment anytime a person needs help. They accept walk-ins 5 days a week from 8 am – 3 pm and start real treatment at the first appointment, including quick access to medications for opiate use disorders, counseling, and case management.

SOBER LIVING/TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

Mayflower House (for men)
Main number: (440) 992-4599
Alternative number: (440) 969-5089
Contact: Jon Mauri

Light House (for women, pregnant
women, and women with children)
Main Number: (440) 998-4210
Contact: Penni Schaefer

Eubanks House (for men)
Main number:(440) 576-1235
Secondary number: (440) 998-0722
Contact: Michael Murphy

Jefferson House (for women)
Main Number: (440) 998-0722
Contact: Micheal Murphy

NALOXONE (Narcan)

Naloxone is a drug used to temporarily reverse an opiate overdose until emergency medical personnel can arrive.

You can purchase Naloxone to use on someone you care about with your personal insurance or Medicaid. You can also receive a free Naloxone kit by contacting the Ashtabula County Health Department at (440) 576-6010, Community Counseling Center by calling (440) 855-2265, or Signature Health at (440) 992-8552 Extension 20112. Free naloxone is also available through the mail by visiting www.harmreductionohio.org.

Download a pdf version of Ashtabula County Alcohol and Drug Treatment Resources: https://www.ashtabulamhrs.org/SUD-Resources-5-1-2023.pdf

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SUBSTANCE MISUSE AND SERVICES AVAILABLE PLEASE VISIT THE BOARD’S WEBSITE AT www.ashtabulamhrs.org OR CALL 440-992-3121

MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT AND RECOVERY SUPPORT RESOURCES

Where to start?
To find out what services are available for you or your loved one, you can call 211, the Hopeline, the MHRS Board, or contact a Mental Health provider directly.

Insurance
Are you trying to find out if your health insurance covers mental health and/or substance use disorder treatment? You can find out this information by doing the following:

  • Contact your health insurance company using the phone number listed on the back of your
    health insurance card.
  • Review the information provided by your health insurance company or your employer.
  • Contact the human resources office of your employer.
  • Call the Ohio Department of Insurance at 1-800-686-1578.

In most cases, you have the right to appeal a claim that was denied by letting your health insurance company know that you would like to file an appeal. They will review your request and decide to approve or deny your appeal. If the claim is not overturned, you have the right to ask your health insurance company for an independent review.

If you or someone you know is experiencing an emergency, you can request that this appeal be expedited, which requires a determination as soon as possible but no later than 72 hours.

Learn more about Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefits at https://insurance.ohio.gov/

24/7 CRISIS AND REFERRAL SERVICES

Help Network of Northeast Ohio
Hopeline (800) 577-7849
Provides comprehensive crisis intervention and information about resources offered to Ashtabula County residents.

Crisis Text Line: Text the keyword “4hope” to 741 741
A trained Crisis Staff person will respond within five minutes. Your message is free, confidential, anonymous, and secure.

ADULT SERVICES

Community Counseling Center
(440) 998-4210
Counseling, Psychiatry, Community Support, Supported Employment
Same-Day Appointments: virtual or by phone

Signature Health
(440) 992-8552
Counseling, Psychiatry, Community Support
Bridgeview Manor Residential Adult Males
(440) 992-6600
Walk-In Appointments: Monday-Friday 9:00-3:00

Catholic Charities
(440) 992-2121
Payeeship for individuals with a mental illness, Guardianship for individuals in need of this assistance who have a severe and persistent mental illness. They also oversee the Board’s emergency assistance and recovery housing funding.

Coleman Professional Services
Referrals are made via a treatment provider.
Assists with the Board’s HUD Shelter Plus Care Housing Voucher Program Provides program oversight and direct client reviews to ensure housing stability for participants who are diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness and previously homeless.

YOUTH SERVICES

Community Counseling Center
(440) 998-4210
Counseling, Psychiatry, Community Support,
Children’s Day Treatment ages 8-14,
High Fidelity Wraparound

Signature Health
(440) 992-8552
Counseling, Psychiatry, Community Support, Paul’s House Residential
(440) 536-4545
for males aged 8-20
High Fidelity Wraparound
Child Advocacy Center

Cadence Care Network
(330) 544-8005
Day/overnight respite for families and youth in the Juvenile Court Multi-Systemic Treatment (MST) program or those going through High-Fidelity WRAP through the Ashtabula County Family and Children First Council Service Coordination Program.

Download a pdf version of Mental Health Treatment and Recovery Support Resources: https://www.ashtabulamhrs.org/MH-Treatment-and-Recovery-Support-Resources-5-1-2023.pdf