Substance Abuse Resources
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Middletown Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Drug overdose is a leading killer in Butler County, Ohio, which is home to the middle-class city of Middletown. This is the third year in a row that drug overdoses took more lives than any other cause in this area. This is a sobering thought for this community positioned halfway between Dayton and Cincinnati on Interstate 75. Its proximity to these drug-riddled cities certainly isn’t helping efforts to curb this deadly epidemic. In 2016, Dayton ranked as the worst city in the country for drug overdoses, with Cincinnati and Toledo among the top 10 as well. The city made 800 drug arrests in 2016, which local authorities claim didn’t even make a dent in the ongoing problem. The state of Ohio has the

According to the Butler County Coroner, fentanyl is 50 times more potent than heroin; and, when added to heroin, it creates a lethal combination. This is especially true if the fentanyl comes from clandestine sources rather than pharmaceutical labs. In most cases, both sellers and users don’t know the exact dose of heroin they have or if fentanyl is in it.

Despite this dark view, there is a ray of light and some help available in Middletown and Butler County. If you or someone you know is in the grip of drug addiction of any kind, there is a path away from a life of misuse. One phone call could put you on the road to drug treatment in Middletown, if you are ready.

By speaking with an intake coordinator, you can learn more about:

  • Middletown drug rehab
  • Middletown alcohol rehab
  • Middletown drug treatment facilities
  • Middletown alcohol treatment facilities
  • Middletown drug detox
  • Middletown alcohol detox
  • Outpatient drug rehab (Middletown, OH)
  • Inpatient drug rehab (Middletown, OH)

Our closest facility:

The Recovery Village Columbushttp://www.columbusrecoverycenter.com/ - 94.6 mi3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard Groveport OH 43125(614) 916-6571

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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At the halfway point of 2017, opioid overdose deaths totaled 51, surely to eclipse the number from just a year ago. This escalating trend doesn’t have to continue, though. The Recovery Village treatment facilities in Ohio and across the country can help you get off the path of misuse. Call us today to get drug rehab in Middletown, Ohio for yourself or someone you love who is struggling with substance abuse.

Finding Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Middletown, Ohio

Middletown, Ohio Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

Finding the appropriate help depends on your individual situation; however, it’s important to know that there are different levels of treatment programs available for people in all situations. Inpatient, partial hospitalization and outpatient treatment options provide varying levels of support to help you or your loved one on the road to recovery. Drug and alcohol treatment in Middletown alternatives for different situations include the following:

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    As the name indicates, patients in a residential treatment program live temporarily in a facility where they have 24-hour access to expert medical help. Inpatient drug rehab in Middletown, OH is most suitable for patients with severe addictions or an extensive history of addiction problems because of the round-the-clock dedicated help available. Usually, entry into a residential treatment program begins only after a patient has completed detox.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    A step down from the full residential treatment program, a partial hospitalization program (PHP) integrates patients into structured therapy and appropriate medical care during daytime hours. Treatment can accommodate a patient’s lifestyle, permitting him or her to continue to live at home or in another safe environment during the duration of treatment.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Another option available to substance misuse patients is outpatient drug rehab in Middleton, OH. This type of treatment is relevant for those who have already completed more thorough recovery measures or who have lower levels of substance misuse. Patients may opt to live at home or in another safe environment such as campus housing at a treatment facility.

Taking the first step toward recovery is a big one, so think about your situation before making a treatment decision to enter a drug or alcohol rehab center in Middletown, OH. You’ll want to consider your history with addiction, the types of substances you’re addicted to and if you think you’ll need medical detox before further treatment. If you’re not sure, please call an addiction specialist who can help you determine the best path of treatment for your ultimate success. The Recovery Village takes drug and alcohol rehab in Middletown, Ohio seriously. It will work with you to get you on the road to a healthy lifestyle.

Detox Centers

Fortunately, there are several Middletown drug detox options to assist you in getting clean of any substance abuse dependencies you may have, including those relating to drugs, prescription opioids, and alcohol.

Detoxification is not an easy process, but you can trust that the medically trained professionals at designated detox centers will work with you to make your transition to a better life as smooth and productive as possible. Entering Middletown alcohol detox is a courageous step, and your support team will ensure the best care for your particular situation, which sometimes includes further treatment at specialized facilities.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Recovery meetings will further support your efforts to get healthy, and you’ll be able to meet others like you who share some of the same struggles you face. Life doesn’t have to be hard; make the choice to get healthy again and you’re halfway there already.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

The Alcoholics Anonymous organization helps people recover from alcohol addiction. Its noted 12-Step program addresses the total person in recovery and helps people understand their disease from a holistic view. Group members have support from one another in their efforts to achieve and maintain sobriety. AA meetings available in the Middletown area include the following:

  • 12 & 12
    Where:
    Soule Solutions Basement
    1060 N. University Blvd.
    Middletown, OH 45042
  • Living Sober/Beginner’s Meeting
    Where:
    Soule Solutions Basement
    1060 N. University Blvd.
    Middletown, OH 45042
  • Agape Christian Care Center
    Where:
    1095 N. Service Rd. W.
    St. Clair Township, OH 45011

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous became the natural extension of Alcoholics Anonymous, organization in 1953 when organizers realized the breadth of the growing narcotics addiction problem in the country. Today, NA helps people who are struggling to get back to sobriety through a 12-Step program similar to that used for those addicted to alcohol. Meetings are available all over the world, and they exist in the Middletown area as follows:

  • Recovery on the Hill
    Where:
    Vineyard Church
    2470 Princeton Rd.
    Hamilton, OH 45011
  • Clean and Serene
    Where:
    Traditions Clubhouse
    1307 Woodlawn Ave.
    Middletown, OH 45044
  • Hugz Not Drugz
    Where:
    Resurrection Lutheran Church
    1270 N. Broadway St.
    Lebanon, OH 45036

SMART Recovery Meetings

The SMART Recovery method puts you back in control of your life thanks to effective tools and addiction recovery support groups. Its 4-Point Program supports those recovering from addictions to alcohol, drugs, cocaine, sex, gambling and more. It encourages participation in face-to-face meetings as well as online meetings so that those in need of help can choose the level of support they deem necessary. It also has a 24/7 chat room as well as an online message board so that users are never without some form of contact and support. SMART Recovery meetings available in the Middletown area include the following:

  • Beckett Springs Hospital
    Where:
    8614 Shepherd Farm Dr.
    West Chester, OH 45069
  • Dayton VA
    Where:
    4100 W. Third St.
    Dayton, OH 45428
  • LCNB Bank
    Where:
    30 W. Park Pl.
    Oxford, OH 45056

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Knowing and caring for a person in the throes of alcohol or drug addiction can put friends and family members in situations where they feel desperate and alone. Fortunately, there’s help thanks to the Al-Anon and Nar-Anon organizations established to support those who love someone with addiction issues. It’s important to understand that even though you may not be the one abusing a substance, you may have faced mental, emotional, and sometimes physical abuse from a loved one under the influence, which is just as tough to deal with as the addiction itself. Help is available to get you through the anxiety and depression that so often accompanies addictions and recovery programs. Don’t struggle alone; connect with the support experts at Al-Anon and Nar-Anon today. Some Middletown area meetings are as follows:

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Community Behavioral Health
    1659 S. Breiel Blvd.
    Middletown, OH 45044
  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Middletown NFG
    MidPointe Library
    125 S. Broad St.
    Middletown, OH 45044

Located near the metropolitan areas of Dayton and Cincinnati, a variety of options exist for Middletown drug rehab and treatment centers for those seeking help with substance misuse. These recovery choices include onsite meetings as well as online and conference call support offerings. Several options are available in the city of Middletown and in surrounding towns, as well as in areas within reasonable driving distance. The southwestern area of Ohio is rich in resources for those looking for top-notch substance misuse recovery and support programs. Nearby cities with several treatment programs options include the following:

Local Communities Served

  • 45005
  • 45042
  • 45044
  • 45050

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Middletown was last modified: October 6th, 2017 by The Recovery Village