The Recovery Village Columbus

The Recovery Village Columbus helps people overcome drug and alcohol addictions and co-occurring mental health conditions in a safe, supportive environment. Our Groveport, Ohio, location aims to help turn the tide of the current opioid epidemic in Ohio and provide life-changing treatment for people who struggle with a variety of substance use disorders.

Our Columbus Alcohol and Drug Rehab Facility

Our Ohio facility offers treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions through a variety of dual-diagnosis programs that balance medical care with counseling. During their stay at our treatment center, clients can begin their recovery from alcohol and drug addiction with expert-level care in a serene environment with indoor and outdoor amenities available to support healing.


Our Location

The Recovery Village Columbus

3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard
Groveport, OH 43125
(614) 362-1686

Levels of Care

  • Medical Detox

    The first step of rehab, medical detox cleanses the body of drugs, alcohol and other harmful substances so that clients…Learn More

  • Inpatient Treatment

    During inpatient care (also called residential treatment), clients benefit from 24-hour medical support and can participate in therapy while living…Learn More

  • Partial Hospitalization Programming

    Partial hospitalization is a step-down program that typically follows detox and inpatient care. Clients can still receive medical and clinical…Learn More

  • Intensive Outpatient Programming

    Incorporating as-needed medical support and continuing therapy options, intensive outpatient treatment programs usually involve living on-site at our facility and…Learn More

  • Outpatient Programming

    During outpatient programming, our clients often live in a supportive environment (at home or in a sober living house) and…Learn More

  • Aftercare Planning

    Ongoing support and physician care is essential for long-term success in recovery. The Recovery Village® Columbus works closely with clients…Learn More

Paying for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

There are several ways to pay for treatment at The Recovery Village Columbus, including:

Our Staff

The Recovery Village Columbus’ leadership team is comprised of full-time medical and clinical staff who are passionate about empowering people to pursue recovery.

Tiffany Bell
Medical Director
Todd Feasel

Steven Hart
Samuel Bennett

Our Accreditations

The Recovery Village Columbus is accredited by The Joint Commission of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and licensed by the state of Ohio. Our accreditation and licensure signify that we uphold the highest standards of client care.

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Take a virtual tour of The Recovery Village Columbus in Groveport, Ohio.


Indoor and outdoor amenities at The Recovery Village Columbus include:

  • Two fully equipped gyms
  • Basketball court
  • Paved volleyball court
  • Outdoor pickleball court
  • Art studio
  • Recreation room with shuffleboard and a pool table
  • Computer lab
  • Outdoor fire pit
  • Off-site field trips

What To Expect

We want each client to thrive in a safe environment free from familiar triggers. Knowing what to bring to rehab and what to leave behind at home can help you focus on effective treatment.

We recommend that clients bring:

  • Comfortable sleepwear
  • One to two weeks of seasonally appropriate clothing
  • Unopened toothpaste and a toothbrush
  • Sealed toiletries, including face wash, lotion and feminine products, shampoo and conditioner

Several items are not allowed in our facility for safety purposes, including:

  • Drugs or alcohol and products that contain alcohol as an ingredient
  • Weapons, including pocket knives
  • Clothing that depicts drugs, drug-related paraphernalia or explicit images
  • Opened toiletry products, cigarette cartons and vitamin bottles
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What Does the Treatment Process Look Like?

Treatment plans are customized according to each client’s unique needs. However, rehab at The Recovery Village Columbus follows a similar process for every client, and treatment stays can last for 30 days or longer, depending on a person’s needs.

  • Intake Assessment

    Upon arrival at our facility, each client will participate in a comprehensive intake assessment with our medical team that evaluates current and past drug use, along with physical and mental health. This assessment informs each person’s treatment plan.

  • Medical Detox

    Most people will need to go through detox as the first step of rehab. Medical detox clears the body of drugs and alcohol and withdrawal symptoms are monitored and mitigated by experienced staff who offer 24-hour care.

  • Transition to Further Treatment

    After detox is complete, clients can transition to inpatient care. From inpatient programming, they may attend step-down programs like partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient and outpatient programming, as is medically appropriate. During all levels of care, clients can receive medical support and mental health counseling, and they may participate in recreational amenities and therapy options as appropriate.

What Our Patients Have To Say

Gr T
Gr T
19:34 14 Oct 19
From the moment I entered the facility I felt welcomed by the therapists. I have to say that the therapists are top notch. My first group was with Anthony who was phenomenal. He presents information in a way that resonated with me. He also took me on adventure therapy which was a great experience and the men’s groups. My wife also stated that she benefited a lot from him at family programming and learned so much. Alex and Maria also helped me a lot. Overall my experience was positive mainly due to therapists and medical staff. During my stay I could tell the facility was struggling with staffing especially with the BHTs. It was frustrating. There is also poor communication and constant changes in procedures and not enough things to engage in on weekends. The nursing staff was the most difficult to deal with because they are very short tempered and I didn’t feel welcomed by them. I would highly recommend RVC for treatment because of the therapists and medical staff. Shout out to Jordan, the therapist, as well.
Kerry McCann
Kerry McCann
14:34 09 Oct 19
Yung Jilian
Yung Jilian
19:06 02 Oct 19
Upon arrival the staff made me feel very welcome. I was quickly greeted by a few patients which showed me that the patients are pretty happy here. As time went on, I interacted with a few horrible nurses. Treating me like a prisoner instead of a patient, they would be very rude about information they were supposed to give regarding times for medication and what the medication is for example. Overall the nursing staff was great, besides the few bad apples. Among the behavioral tech staff was a long lasting period of bad communication. Some rules applied some days and some rules applied others. Not everyone knew the rules so many were clearly made up on the spot. I know this because I often reviewed the handbook I was given. Orientation for me wasn’t until I was here for a week which made no sense because I learned the rules that patients actually follow before the set in stone rules. Steven, the director is a very hard headed unsympathetic man who couldn’t care less about the opinion of the patients. They changed all the rules around in the middle of my stay because his staff had no idea what the hell was going. It cause a great issue for the patients and we had a meeting with Steven and he was very unreceptive to our concerns. He just completely brushed the issue away and didn’t care. I think he needs to take a step down from his position and someone younger with current ideas should be in his place. Overall my stay was good though, made a lot more meaningful Friendships than I have in a long time and learned a lot. The counselors and the case manager were excellent. Jessica Warner deserves a medal for the work she did for me and all the others here. My individual therapist Jenna was also very helpful and was a great listener for issues and provided a lot of questions so we could get down to the root cause of my addiction. I would recommend this place to a friend, but I would also recommend they not go into it with super high expectations. Take everything one day at a time just like recovery. You will fit in here and if you’re really serious a 45 day stay is worth it.
Mandy Haislar
Mandy Haislar
14:53 02 Oct 19
Recovery Village saved my life. The staff the is amazing. Thank you nurse Kelly for helping me through those first few nights in detox; you really put my mind at ease. All of the therapists were great. Tara, thank you for helping me get my life back on track. I would recommend RVC to anyone who is suffering from addiction.
Meredith Pryce
Meredith Pryce
13:49 24 Sep 19
The recovery village is probably one of the best drug and alcohol rehab facilities in Ohio. It takes a holistic approach to recovery, tackling not only substance abuse issues, but the mental health issues that are at the root of the problem. It’s not a fancy place, but it’s a very quality facility. They allow smoking during scheduled breaks, but will also help with smoking cessation. They have scheduled outdoor rec time daily. When you move to IOP you have lots of free time in the afternoons, but there is very little to do. There are TVs and a computer and a gym, but otherwise activities are limited. The staff, while at times disorganized, is typically very helpful. The food is by no means gourmet, but it’s decent cafeteria food. My only complaint about the food is that I wish they would offer healthier options. The counselors seem to genuinely care about every patient and their recovery. The director of operations, while experienced and qualified, seems to lack empathy for the patients. Overall I’m lucky to have spent my time recovering at RVC. I’d like to give a shoutout to my counselor Alex, Robert the BHT, and the Case manager Jessica. They were all instrumental in my success.
chris shoe
chris shoe
15:46 23 Sep 19
I think that this is the best place in Columbus to go for both addiction and mental health disorders!

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that you may have various questions about rehab. We’re happy to answer any questions about addiction, the treatment process and more, including:

  • How much does rehab cost at this facility?

    The cost of rehab at The Recovery Village Columbus varies for each person, depending on several factors. Health insurance coverage, the level of treatment programming needed and how long clients stay in rehab all affect the total cost of rehab.

    Read More on Rehab Costs

  • Are cell phones allowed at The Recovery Village Columbus?

    Cell phones will be securely stored upon arrival. After a 72-hour adjustment period, clients can use the phone several times per week at the discretion of our staff.

  • Does the facility pay for flights to and from rehab?

    The Recovery Village Columbus does not pay for travel arrangements to or from our facility. However, our intake coordinators can help clients arrange travel plans to ensure a safe arrival and departure.

    Read About Traveling to Rehab

  • Will family, friends and other loved ones be able to visit during rehab?

    Family weekends are currently offered once per month at The Recovery Village Columbus, which affords loved ones a chance to visit the facility. In most levels of care, family therapy is offered once per week.

To get more answers about the rehab process at The Recovery Village Columbus, call us, view answers to other frequently asked questions, or read our what to expect guide.

Communities We Serve in Ohio

At The Recovery Village Columbus, we are proud to serve our local communities and welcome in- and out-of-state clients, too.

We are proud to help people from various Ohio communities, including:

The Recovery Village Columbus welcomes clients from Ohio, the Midwest and from across the country. With programs designed specifically for each patient, customized healing starts at The Recovery Village Columbus.

Upcoming Events

Oct 18
Ethics: The Recovery Village Columbus Continuing Education Event
Brio Tuscan Grille - 1500 Polaris Parkway, Columbus, OH 43240
Nov 15
The Recovery Village Columbus Continuing Education Event
Brio Tuscan Grille - 1500 Polaris Parkway, Columbus, OH 43240