Cuyahoga County Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

The Intensive Outpatient Program

The Intensive Outpatient Program is a six-week, intensive chemical dependency treatment program designed for clients who do not require inpatient or residential care. The program consists of individual and group counseling, involvement with self-help groups, family education, relapse prevention, and 12 weeks of aftercare. Medical staff provides drug testing and monitors the physical condition of clients. Services are provided in both day and evening sessions.

Aftercare/Continuing Care

Aftercare/Continuing Care provides 12 weeks of continued treatment for the chemically addicted client after a treatment program has been completed. Services include weekly, 90-minute group sessions and individual treatment plans.

Family Matters Newsletters

These publications contain articles and references for the loved ones of people with addictions. Posted meeting dates will have passed in all but the most recent newsletter, but the articles contain relevant information.

Family Matters Newsletter Q4 2017
Family Matters Newsletter Q3 2017
Family Matters Newsletter Q2 2017
Family Matters Newsletter Q1 2017
Family Matters Newsletter Q4 2016
Family Matters Newsletter Q3 2016
Family Matters Newsletter Q2 2016
Family Matters Newsletter Q1 2016
Family Matters Newsletter Q4 2015
Family Matters Newsletter Q3 2015
Family Matters Newsletter Q2 2015
Family Matters Newsletter Q1 2015
Family Matters Newsletter Q4 2014
Family Matters Newsletter Q3 2014
Family Matters Newsletter Q2 2014
Family Matters Newsletter Q1 2014

Access to Recovery (ATR) services are available in Cuyahoga County through Oriana House.

Services available through ATR include daily life skills, employment services, peer recovery coaching, spiritual and faith-based support, and additional funds to pay for identification, transportation, vision and dental services and medical co-pays.

Eligibility requires ATR participants to be 18 years old or older, residents of Cuyahoga County, income within 200% of the federal poverty level, engaged in substance abuse treatment for at least four weeks with a diagnosis of a substance use disorder, and involved in the criminal justice system within the last five years.

For information on how to refer to ATR services, call North Star Neighborhood Reentry Resource Center (216) 881-5440.