Cincinnati Treatment Center for Alcohol & Drug Addiction
Cedar Oaks Wellness Center is the rehab center to call if you wish to have freedom and a say in how you recover from alcohol and drug addiction. Our team believes that any activity can be healing. For both inpatient and detox treatments, you can call our Cincinnati facility today at any time – we’re proud to serve clients throughout Ohio.
- Peer & Family Support Groups
- Recovery Coaching
- Mindfulness Meditation
- Art Therapy Classes
- Yoga Classes
- Equine Therapy
- AA/ NA
We have countless options available to meet our clients where they’re at in their journeys. There is no cookie-cutter approach to treatment here.
If you struggle with alcoholism, you’re far from alone. An estimated 15 million people struggle with an alcohol use disorder, but very few people seek treatment. The United States has a social culture that has normalized drinking; we drink at birthday parties, holiday events, and even after work as a way to bond with coworkers. As a result, many people don’t realize they have a drinking problem until it begins affecting their health or derailing their lives. Our alcohol addiction treatment can help you understand why you drink and give you the skills you need to practice healthier coping mechanisms.
Virtually any drug can be abused, but there are a few common drugs that have addictive qualities or are easily accessible and thus frequently abused. While movies and television often associate addiction with street drugs, people can be addicted to the painkillers they’ve been prescribed, too. Addiction takes many forms, all of which our team is familiar with.
Some clients benefit from medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which can help prevent relapse and the risk of contracting HIV or hepatitis C. MAT can be applied to a variety of substance use disorders, though it’s used particularly to treat alcoholism and opioid addiction. Our team can assess your condition to determine whether this is an option for you.
Living life day-to-day can be challenging when you don’t have the skills you need to say no to drugs and maintain sobriety even in difficult situations. This is why our team has relapse prevention resources for clients to access. Once people relapse, it can be even more challenging to get back on track and recommit to sobriety. Some relapses can turn into full-blown addictions that result in overdose and even death.
What types of addiction require rehab?
There are addiction centers throughout the United States to treat all forms of addiction. At Cedar Oaks Wellness Center, we focus primarily on helping individuals with their battles against all forms of substance abuse. This includes, but is not limited to, alcohol, benzodiazepines, cocaine, opiates, fentanyl, heroin, and prescription drug addiction.
What are the benefits of rehab?
Recovery and sobriety can be a long and scary road. When you come to an addiction center like Cedar Oaks Wellness, you get a family of individuals who understand exactly what you are going through, and who know how to help you on your individualized journey.
How long is recovery?
This is a question we get asked all the time. Many people wish there was a cure that could instantly fix their addiction and solve all the issues that have because of it. We work to help our clients understand that recovery is a lifelong journey with no end-date, and it’s a journey that requires patience and self-compassion. It may even require you to make mistakes from time to time. Recovery will also look different for each person, which is why comparison can be dangerous and discouraging.
How do I fix my broken relationships?
A common negative effect of addiction is that relationships can suffer. Some people with addiction will isolate themselves from family members or friends or act out aggressively. Some will lie and steal from the people they love the most because of their addictions. It’s important to know, however, that not all hope is lost. Through family therapy, group therapy, and our other programs, our clients can unlearn unhealthy habits, improve their communication skills, and begin healing with their loved ones.