Rigel Recovery Services Behavioral Health

Your recovery starts at Oriana House’s Rigel Recovery Services.

Rigel Recovery’s professional staff recognize that recovery is a journey and are passionate about helping you or your loved one each step of the way in treating your behavioral health needs. Our behavioral health services are available independent of the criminal justice system. Our team of licensed clinicians, substance abuse counselors, nurse practitioners, case managers, and peer recovery supporters treat the disease of addiction and provide counseling for mental health. We take a comprehensive approach to treatment, helping you address your physical and mental health, relationships in your life, home and work needs, social and sober support systems, past trauma if necessary, and more. We meet you where you are in your recovery journey.

We also provide free information/support sessions for family members because we know behavioral health affects not only individuals, but also the people who love them.

Telehealth appointments are available and Rigel Recovery Services has offices for in-person appointments in these Ohio regions:

  • Summit County;

  • Southeast Ohio - Washington County; and

  • North Central Ohio - Seneca and Huron counties.

Services are certified through the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Medicaid is accepted or costs are based on a sliding fee scale.

Funding for some services is secured by the County of Summit ADM Board; the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County; the MHRSB of Seneca, Ottawa, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties; the Huron County Board of MHAS; and the Washington County Behavioral Health Board. For information on any of our treatment services, call 234-678-5720 or email


Our services, which our clinicians can discuss further with you include:

Withdrawal Management (Detox) Medication managed detoxification is often needed to begin treating substance use disorders. Detox from drugs or alcohol can be uncomfortable, but there are many ways individuals can receive inpatient or at-home withdrawal management support and medications to make symptoms more tolerable.

Inpatient withdrawal management is available in Summit County at the ADM Crisis Center and in Cuyahoga County at the Cuyahoga County Diversion Center. It generally takes 5-7 days to detox from drugs or alcohol, depending on the substance, dosage, and severity of addiction. Our nursing staff provides 24-hour supervision and administers medication to help alleviate the withdrawal symptoms.

For those with a supportive home environment, outpatient withdrawal management could be an option in Summit County through the ADM Crisis Center and in Seneca County through Rigel Recovery Services.

For detox admission information call:

Assessments are conducted with a licensed counselor and they are used to determine treatment needs and establish a personalized treatment plan. They can be done in person or through telehealth and take about 90 minutes. Call 234-678-5720 to schedule an assessment in any of our service regions.

Walk in hours are available on a first come/first serve basis at our Rigel Recovery Services-Akron office located at 211 E. Glenwood Avenue on Fridays from 9:00 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Residential Treatment for men and women is provided at Rigel Recovery Residential Center in Washington County. Services are certified through the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS).

Rigel Recovery Residential Center offers substance use treatment in a residential environment that promotes motivation and the awareness of the disease of addiction, along with time and structure to learn recovery and coping skills. Clients participate in individual and group therapy and work with their counselor to determine and achieve their personal treatment goals.

The facility is staffed 24 hours a day by a treatment team of licensed clinicians, chemical dependency counselors, and a nurse practitioner. Medication assisted treatment using Vivitrol, Suboxone, Sublocade, or Brixaldi is available. Trauma counseling is also available, as are specialized treatment groups to focus on specific needs or demographics. The average stay is 60 – 90 days.

Call 740-371-5476 for more information about Rigel Recovery Residential Center.

Day Treatment (also known as a Partial Hospitalization Program) provides programming similar to what would be available in a residential setting, but on an outpatient basis. Participants spend four days each week participating in intensive treatment groups, mental health counseling, medication assisted treatment as needed, and meetings to further individualize recovery goals.

Outpatient Treatment can meet up to several times each week allowing participants to live at home and still attend school or work. Licensed counselors help participants understand the disease of addiction, manage triggers and cravings, and mend relationships.

Group sessions help participants discuss their thoughts about recovery with others who are experiencing similar challenges and successes.

In addition to group sessions, participants can benefit from one on one counseling.

Specialized treatment concentrating on trauma, sexual health, anger management, parenting, and other areas helps address specific topics.

Counseling is also available through telehealth technology.

Medication Assisted Treatment using the prescription medication Vivitrol (extended release naltrexone); Suboxone (buprenorphine); or Sublocade or Brixadi (injectable buprenorphine) is often the best choice for a person who is addicted to alcohol or opioids. Medications help manage cravings making it easier to focus on treatment. Research shows that medication combined with counseling and behavioral therapies can help people sustain recovery.

Aftercare provides continued resources following treatment to help support recovery.

Peer Support involves certified Peer Recovery Supporters assisting individuals, on a one-to-one basis, as they move into a life in recovery. They help in working toward personal goals, establishing links with community service providers, and provide personal experience of living in recovery.

Adolescent Services are available in our Southeast Ohio region with assessments and individual counseling. After-school appointments are available.

Mental Health Care addresses stress, anxiety, trauma, and other conditions that affect your emotional well-being. Mental health services include assessments, individual and group counseling, anger management, and prescribing and managing medications. These services can be offered in tandem with substance use counseling as needed.

Call 234-678-5720 for more information about services in any of our regions.

In Cuyahoga County, the Cuyahoga County Diversion Center offers a short term residential placement to help individuals who are exhibiting signs and symptoms of a mental illness and/or addiction. Services can include assessment, medical evaluation, case management, counseling, medication assisted treatment, withdrawal management (detox), and referral and linkage to other community services. The Cuyahoga County Diversion Center is unable to accept walk-ins. All potential clients must be screened through FrontLine by calling 216-623-6888. For more information, visit the Cuyahoga County ADAMHS website.

Family Matters education sessions are free to friends and family to provide information on the disease of addiction and teach skills that are beneficial for healthy, supportive relationships.

In person and telehealth sessions are offered.

For information on meetings call 234-678-5720.