The information listed here is intended to help provide you with qualified resources for drug treatment and education. Tyler’s Light is in no way responsible for any out comes resulting from using any resource listed here.
1441 Phale D. Hale Dr.
Columbus, OH 43205
Services : detox: Out-Patient. Payment: Medicare, Medicaid, Self Pay, Private Insurance
The Woods At Parkside
349 Olde Ridenour Road,
Gahanna, Ohio 43230
Services : detox, In-patient/ Out-Patient. Payment: Medicare, Self Pay, Private Insurance
1791 Alum Creek Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43207
Services : detox, In-patient/ Out-Patient. Payment: Medicaid, Sliding scale Self Pay, Private Insurance and FREE
2863 State Route 45
Rock Creek, OH 44084
Services : detox, In-patient/ Out-Patient. Payment: Medicaid(out-patient only), Self Pay, Private Most Insurance
The Recovery Center
201 South Columbus Street
Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Phone: (740) 687-4500
Services : Out-Patient only. Payment: Medicaid, Self Pay -sliding scale, most private Insurance
Ohio Addiction Recovery Center
727 East Main Street
Columbus Ohio 43205
Services : In-patient, Day Treatment, Intensive Out-Patient, Out-Patient.
Other amenities: We work closely with sober living homes and can provide sober housing options.
Payment: Self Pay, Private Most Insurance, Sliding Scale
Brenda Stewart (Founder)
Support for Parents and Families
We are a group of parents working together, sharing experiences and unified in advocacy. We work collaboratively to effect change in the public perception of substance use disorder in order to advance the understanding that addiction is a brain disease which should be treated as such both medically and judicially.
Clarity Family Consulting is a premier family consulting firm based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with locations in Austin, Texas and Minneapolis, Minnesota.s.
Our services include Primary Treatment Placement, Extended Care Treatment Placement, Case Management, Clinical Interventions, Sober Transportation, and Sober Companions.
American Addiction Centers
AAC’s Key Features: CARF Accredited, Research-based, 12-Step Based, Dual Diagnosis, Wellness Focused
7625 Hospital Drive, Dublin, OH 43016
Services Offered: Adult Substance Abuse/Co-occurring Behavioral Health Service (Ages 18+), Inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient. Insurance and private pay options. They accept all major insurances except Anthem.
751 Northwest Blvd #200-1, Columbus, Ohio 43212
(614) 741-2100 or (877) 254-5536
Services Offered: Outpatient only, Men and women, Teens age 12+, Dual diagnosis accepted, 11 hours per week IOP. Most insurance except Medicaid
411 Court Street Portsmouth, Oh. 45662
http://www.thecounselingcenter.org Admissions Phone: 1-800-577-6685
Services: Individual, group, family, and mental health counseling, Addiction Treatment for women and men.
Payment: Medicaid, Medicare, Most Private Insurance, Self Pay, Sliding Scale
Serenity Street for Men
32 E Woodrow Ave, Columbus, OH 43207
Free for all men
Ohio Valley Teen Challenge
Men’s facility in Youngstown, Ohio and Women’s facility in Willard, Ohio.
12 Month residential program with a track record of success.
Teen Challenge of Greater Cleveland
Men’s facility with a 12 month residential program split between the Cleveland area and outside of the Cleveland area.
440-259-3333 OR 440-951-2893
Teen Challenge Columbus
Women’s facility with a 12 month residential program.
New Beginnings Outreach
Freedom Hall Recovery Center
2266 Wakefield Mound Rd.
Piketon, oh 45661
740 289 4317
Inpatient residential rehab.
Central Ohio Young People’s Meetings
- Roundtable Group
Indianola Presbyterian Church
1970 Waldeck Avenue
Columbus, OH 43201
Meet Tuesday at 8:30 PM
- Grant Us the Laughter
Indianola Church of Christ
2141 Indianola Avenue
Columbus, OH 43201
Meet Friday at 7:30 PM
- Pickerington NA meeting
See our events calendar for details
Baffled by Addiction is a MUST READ. Under the Influence and Beyond the Influence are very clinical in nature. The last two are personal stories written by loving parents who have an addicted child. Stay Close touched me deeply and became my “bible” when I learned about my son’s addiction.
I also highly recommend that everyone read the Alcoholics Anonymous book. Reading that book gives great insight into the disease of addiction.