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Summit County Substance Abuse Treatment


To schedule a substance use assessment or for information on treatment, call 234-678-5720.


Oriana House Addiction Treatment in Summit County


ADM Crisis Center information for family members


Family Matters Support


ADM Crisis Center: Detoxification and Drop-In Center


The facility, located at 15 Frederick Avenue in Akron, provides compassionate and cost effective care to Summit County residents who are seeking substance abuse treatment services.


The services provided include:


          Detoxification Unit - Medically supervised subacute (inpatient) and ambulatory (outpatient) care to adults who are intoxicated or experiencing withdrawal symptoms.

          Drop-In Center - A place where adult Summit County residents can stay to safely recuperate, with medical supervision, from the immediate effects of alcohol and/or drugs.

          Recovery Coaches - Recovery Coaches are trained to walk alongside individuals who are going through recovery, serving as personal guides and mentors.

          Summit Link – This program monitors individuals who have a pending misdemeanor charge related to drugs or alcohol and have been ordered by the court to undergo treatment counseling.

          Call the Summit County ADM Crisis Center 24/7 at 330-996-7730.





Rigel Recovery Services

Rigel Recovery Services offers opiate specific outpatient substance abuse treatment. Our treatment starts individuals on a multi-step journey to rehabilitation through 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.


In partnership with Summit Psychological Associates, Inc., Rigel also provides medically assisted treatment, including Vivitrol™, an extended release, non-addictive, injectable medicine. Additional services are also available as needed, including mental health counseling and drug testing.


The Partial Hospitalization Program is a day treatment program for adults in need of an intensive rehabilitative program that can be completed without entering a residential facility. Individuals spend four days each week, up to eight hours a day, with clinicians, recovery coaches, and other supportive staff. Programming includes intensive treatment groups, recovery coaching, mental health counseling as needed, MAT and/or medication management as needed, and one-on-one meetings that further individualize goals towards overall success in sobriety. Day treatment allows individuals to manage at home responsibilities while still getting the intensive care they need to further their recovery goals.


Patients can be self-referred. Cost is based on a sliding fee scale and Medicaid is accepted.


Rigel Recovery Services, Akron, is certified through the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and is located at 37 N. Broadway Street in Akron, OH.


To schedule a substance use assessment or for information on treatment, call 234-678-5720.


Rigel Recovery Services Akron, Ohio | Vivitrol Treatment



Family Matters (for family members)

At Oriana House we believe that addiction is a disease that affects the entire family. Our Family Matters 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 is led by licensed chemical dependency treatment counselors and is offered to family members and friends of individuals affected by addiction. Registration is required for the free, monthly, evening classes. Click here for more information.




Akron Family Matters Calendar Q4 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 2020
Family Matters Newsletter Q2 2019
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


Intensive Outpatient Program

Intensive outpatient treatment groups meet several times each week, allowing participants to live at home and still attend school or work. Counseling is also available through telehealth technology. Group sessions help participants discuss recovery with others who are experiencing similar challenges and successes. Licensed counselors help participants understand the disease of addiction, manage triggers and cravings, and mend relationships. Intensive outpatient treatment is the beginning of a life-long commitment to sobriety. One-on-one counseling helps individuals identify and work on their personal treatment goals.
Specialized treatment groups personalize and enhance the intensive outpatient treatment. These include concentrations in the areas of:

  • Trauma
  • Healthy social groups
  • Anger management
  • Understanding 12-step programs
  • Improving communication
  • Sexual health
  • Parenting
  • Correcting thinking errors
  • Staying focused in recovery


This service is also offered for clients in other Oriana House programs who are in need of chemical dependency treatment.


Aftercare/Continuing Care

Aftercare provides continued support and resources that help a person maintain sobriety. Weekly individual and group sessions provide opportunities to discuss any current problems or concerns.


Summit Link Project

The Summit Link Project is a collaborative effort between the judicial system and treatment providers to identify those offenders with mental health needs or chemical dependency issues for diversion from jail to the appropriate treatment provider. The Summit Link Project assists the Akron Municipal Court in identifying and assessing offenders who are appropriate for community referral and placement. A case manager will monitor compliance and coordination of services to ensure that clients who participate in the Summit Link Project follow through with the recommended treatment. Mental health services are offered through collaboration with Community Support Services. The Summit Link Project operates out of the Summit County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADM) Crisis Center.