SUBSTANCE ABUSE HEALTH

Substance Abuse Services Available

Community Counseling Center
2801 C Court
Ashtabula, OH 44004
Phone: (440) 998-4210 or (800) 998-4210
Website: http://www.cccohio.com/

Glenbeigh
2863 State Route 45
Rock Creek, Ohio, 44084
Phone: (800) 234-1001 or (440) 563-3400
Website: https://www.glenbeigh.com/

Lake Area Recovery Center
2801 C Court
Ashtabula, Oh 44004
Phone: (440) 998-0722
Website: http://www.larc.cc/

Signature Health
4726 Main Avenue
Ashtabula, OH 44004
Phone: (440) 992-8552
Website: https://www.signaturehealthinc.org/

How do I know if I, or a friend or loved one, may have a substance abuse problem?

Try to answer the questions below as honestly as possible. If the person is willing, you can include him or her in the discussion. If some or all the following items apply, you or your loved one may have a substance use problem. In the most severe cases, it is an addiction. Any person who uses a drug can develop an addiction.

•Taking drugs in larger amounts or for longer than they meant to.
•Trying to cut down or stop but can’t.
•Spending a lot of time getting, using, or recuperating from the effects of drugs.
•Having cravings or strong urges to use drugs.
•Work, home, or school responsibilities suffer because of drug use.
•Continue to use the drug even when it causes problems in relationships.
•Continuing use despite physical or mental conditions that are aggravated by drug use.
•Taking more drugs to get the desired effect.
•Experience withdrawal symptoms when not taking the drug.

Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a behavioral health professional. The Board offers completely anonymous and confidential screening tools on its website.  You can complete a screening for yourself or someone you care about. Visit https://www.ashtabulamhrs.org

Where to start?

To find out what services are available for you or your loved one, you can call 211, the Hopeline, or the MHRS Board, or contact a Substance Use provider directly.

24/7 CRISIS AND REFERRAL SERVICES

Help Network of Northeast Ohio
Help Network Ashtabula Hopeline provides comprehensive crisis intervention and information about resources available to Ashtabula County residents. This crisis hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

Hopeline (800) 577-7849
www.helpnetworkneo.org

If you have emergency call 911 or go to the closet Emergency department

Crisis Text Line: Text the keyword “4hope” to 741 741 and expect a reply from a trained Crisis Staff person within five minutes. Your message is confidential, anonymous and secure. Data usage while texting the Crisis Text Line is free, and the number will not appear on a phone bill with the mobile service carrier. The text line serves all ages. Outside Ohio text the key word “HELLO” to 741 741.

MEDICAL WITHDRAWAL (DETOXIFICATION) SERVICES

Medical Withdrawal (Detoxification) alone is not treatment and is associated with a high relapse rate and significantly increases an individual’s risk for overdose and death if opiate use is resumed following detox.  Medical Withdrawal, the process by which the body clears itself of drugs, is designed to manage the potentially dangerous physical effects of stopping drug use.  Medically assisted withdrawal (detoxification) is only the first stage of addiction treatment and by itself does little to produce the lasting behavior changes necessary for recovery.  Medical Withdrawal should be followed by referral to alcohol or opiate use disorder treatment, including medication for opiate use disorders to reduce the risk of overdose and overdose death following medical withdrawal services

The Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board contracts with two agencies that provide inpatient Detoxification Services for indigent (uninsured) persons:

Glenbeigh Hospital and Windsor-Laurelwood
Contact Your Treatment Provider or Signature Health to make a referral at:
4726 Main Ave., Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440) 992-8552

The Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board contracts with one agency that provides outpatient Detoxification Services for persons who abuse opiates or heroin:

Community Counseling Center
Transitions to Recovery Program
2801 C Court, Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440)998-4210
http://www.cccohio.com

The following are additional resources for Detoxification and Residential Services that may accept Medicaid, Medicare, and/or private insurance:

First Step Recovery
2737 Youngstown Road, S.E. Warren, OH 44484
(330) 369-8022

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

Addiction Recovery Services
Univ. Hosp. of Cleveland/Dept. of Psych
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) 363-2230 (216) 363-2122

Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic
2151 Rush Blvd. Youngstown, OH 44507
(330) 744-1181 (800) 228-8287

Glenbeigh Hospital
2863 State Route 45 Rock Creek, OH 44084
(440) 951-7000

Mother and Child Dependency Program @ MetroHealth
2500 MetroHealth Drive Cleveland, OH 44109
(216) 778-5498

Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center, Inc.
2421 13th Street NW Canton, Ohio 44708 44708
(330) 452-9812

Quest Recovery and Prevention Services- Detoxification Services for Opiate Addiction Only
Massillon, Ohio 44646
330-453-837-9411

Square One Health
620 W. 44th St. Ashtabula, OH 44004
Ph: 440-650-5030

OVERDOSE EDUCATION AND NALOXONE DISTRIBUTION

Naloxone is a drug used to temporarily reverse an opiate overdose until emergency medical personnel can arrive. Those who proactively seek out a Naloxone kit will first receive education on recognizing the signs and symptoms of an overdose, distinguishing between different types of overdose, performing rescue breathing, calling emergency medical services, and administering Naloxone. Most Naloxone kits include two doses of the drug. All major pharmacies in Ashtabula County can make this drug available to families and persons with addiction without a prescription. Within Ashtabula County, Naloxone kits are carried by ambulance crews and some other first responders, such as law enforcement. Local emergency rooms also maintain a supply of the drug.

You can purchase Naloxone to use on someone you care about with your personal insurance or Medicaid. You 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.  Events to distribute free Naloxone kits occur around the county on a regular basis.

LOSS TEAM (Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors)

The LOSS Team is a group of volunteers contacted by the County Coroner’s Office that respond to the scene of a suicide or other traumatic deaths to provide information about local resources and be an installation of hope for the newly bereaved. The primary goal of the team is to let survivors know what resources exist to support them following the death of their loved one. The LOSS Team is NOT a therapy or clinical service. The Team is there to listen to you, support you, and provide valuable information about what you may encounter next. For more information contact the Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board at 440-992-3121.

ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT SERVICES

Almost all services, except for Crisis, Medical Withdrawal (Detoxification), or Information and Referral require an individual to have an Assessment at an alcohol or drug service provider that is certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. The Assessment will determine the level of care that you or your loved one needs to move forward in recovery. Privacy laws will require that agency staff speak directly to the individual seeking treatment unless they are a minor. Community Counseling Center, Glenbeigh, Lake Area Recovery Center, and Signature Health are the providers that have a contract with the Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board to provide a variety of Alcohol and Drug Services:

Community Counseling Center
2801 C Court
Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440)998-4210
http://www.cccohio.com

Community Counseling Center provides Alcohol and Drug Assessment; Ambulatory Medical Withdrawal (Detoxification), Individual, Group, and Family Counseling, Intensive Outpatient Counseling, Case Management, and Aftercare Services. In addition, Community Counseling Centerprovides Medication Assisted Treatment using Suboxone and Vivitrol.

Glenbeigh
2863 State Route 45
Rock Creek, OH 44084
800-234-1001
http://www.glenbeigh.com/

Glenbeigh provides assessment, medical withdrawal (detoxification), and residential treatment services in the Ashtabula County facility located in Rock Creek, Ohio. Glenbeigh provides intensive outpatient treatment, assessments, individual sessions, continuing care groups, and family programs in Ashtabula County and at its out-of-county sites in Beachwood, Canton, Nile, Rocky River and Toledo, Ohio as well as in Erie, Pennsylvania. Contact agency for locations of services.

Lake Area Recovery Center
2801 C Court, Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440)998-0722
http://www.larc.cc

Lake Area Recovery Center 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.  Liberty House is a ¾ house for males also run by Lake Area Recovery Center.

Signature Health
4726 Main Ave., Ashtabula, OH 44004
(440) 992-8552
https://www.si