North Central Ohio Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
North Central Ohio Region
Rigel Recovery Services
Rigel Recovery Services offers outpatient substance abuse treatment. Our treatment starts individuals on a multi-step journey to rehabilitation through detoxification, their own admission of a problem, abstinence, avoidance of relapse, and a daily dedication to recovery. A licensed treatment counselor conducts an assessment to determine the severity of the substance abuse and an appropriate treatment plan.
Patients can be self-referred. Cost is based on a sliding fee scale and Medicaid is accepted. Rigel Recovery Services is certified through the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and has offices in Tiffin, Fremont, and Norwalk. For more information, call 567-220-7018 in Tiffin, 567-280-4023 in Fremont and Norwalk, or click here for the Rigel Recovery Services brochure.
To schedule a substance use assessment or for information on treatment, call 567-220-7018.
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Rigel Recovery Services offers medically supervised outpatient detoxification services for adult residents of Seneca, Sandusky, or Wyandot counties who are intoxicated or experiencing withdrawal symptoms. The detox process consists of three essential components: evaluation, stabilization, and preparation for entry into substance abuse treatment. Nursing care and medical support are provided, along with assessment and referral services with a licensed treatment counselor.
Eligible patients need to have stable housing with a supportive environment that is conducive to their detoxification and they must be in active withdrawal from opioids. Individuals may be referred for detox or come without a referral.
Intensive Outpatient Program (including opiate specific treatment)
The Intensive Outpatient Program is a six-week, intensive substance abuse 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. Services are provided in both day and evening sessions.
For individuals who are addicted to opioids (includes heroin and many prescription drugs), the Intensive Outpatient Program is adapted to address issues specific to the withdrawal and recovery from these drugs. Some opiate users find that treatment that includes the prescription medication Vivitrol™ is the best choice for them. Vivitrol is an extended release, non-addictive medication that eliminates or reduces cravings. The medically-assisted treatment program is done under the direction of a physician, and is covered by Medicaid and many private insurances.
This service is also offered for clients in other Oriana House programs who are in need of substance abuse treatment.
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. Oriana House offers this service for clients completing Oriana House programs and for clients completing other chemical dependency treatment programs. There is no cost to the client for this program.
Family Matters Program (for family members)
At Oriana House we believe that addiction is a disease that affects the entire family. Our Family Matters Program is designed to educate, support, and promote healing through specific forums designed with the family member in mind, along with integrated skill building and communication exercises. The Family Matters Program is offered to family members and friends of individuals affected by addiction. Registration is required for the weekly, evening classes
Family Matters meetings are held in Tiffin and Fremont Ohio. Family Matters – North Central Ohio
Fremont NOBARS-Rigel Tiffin Family Matters Calendar Q1 2019
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 Q1 2019
Family Matters Newsletter Q4 2018
Family Matters Newsletter Q3 2018
Family Matters Newsletter Q2 2018
Family Matters Newsletter Q1 2018
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