Substance Abuse Outpatient Programs
Arrowhead Behavioral Health in Maumee, Ohio, offers many outpatient substance abuse treatment programs for adults struggling with mental health issues and alcohol and/or drug addiction in the Toledo metro area. Addiction is a disease that can interfere in an individual’s work and home settings. Substance abuse treatment is crucial for those that are dealing with addiction to drugs or alcohol. Individuals who engage in a substance abuse treatment program are more likely to be able to pursue a much higher quality of life following treatment.
Addiction is a disease that can affect any age, race, gender, or social status. It is not uncommon for professionals in the workforce to struggle with addiction. Arrowhead Behavioral Health offers outpatient substance abuse treatment for professionals through our Impaired Professionals Program. Our programming is designed to meet the unique needs of each professional, providing a culturally sensitive environment conducive to healing and recovery.
For individuals suffering from Opiate dependence, Arrowhead Behavioral Health also offers a Suboxone Opiate Treatment Program. This program is medically-supervised and helps individuals detox in a more comfortable setting.
Individuals that need a more controlled setting for addiction recovery can benefit from Arrowhead’s Partial Hospitalization Program. This program includes a comprehensive level of care with group therapy in an outpatient setting. This safe, structured, and caring environment enables patients to return home at night and maintain the family relationships that will aid them in recovery.
The Intensive Outpatient Program at Arrowhead Behavioral Health is an additional element of the dual diagnosis treatment program. Our Intensive Outpatient Program uses the 12-step model to guide individuals to a more positive lifestyle. The program’s ultimate goal is to reduce symptoms and to improve the patient’s level of functioning. Clients are allowed the opportunity to maintain employment and living situations.
To learn more, please call 419-891-9333 or 800-547-5695.