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Treatment and Recovery Information for Alcohol and Drug Addiction

Beachwood, Ohio has a variety of options for people seeking alcohol and drug addiction rehab. Rehab can be a new beginning for them, leading into a life free from addiction. Knowing the correct information is the first step to choosing the right place to go.

There are 162 facilities within a 60 mile radius of Bay Village, Ohio according to the SAMHSA treatment locator tool. This can seem like an overwhelming number of places in which to get help. It is helpful to know more about what services they offer before making a decision. This guide is provided so the people of Beachwood, Ohio can have more information on what is available to them.

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Beachwood, Ohio Addiction Statistics: What Is The Need For Rehab?

Looking at the past drug and alcohol usage numbers can tell a harrowing story of a community trapped in an epidemic that feels impossible to get out of. There is a growing need for rehab everywhere in the country and, sadly, far too many people who cannot get the help they need because they overdose before they are able to reach out. The statistics for Cuyahoga County, home of Beachwood, shows the need in that community.

In 2018, the Cuyahoga Community Health Assessment had the following to report:

  • In 2016, of all the patients who were hospitalized, 1.3% had alcohol dependence for a primary diagnosis, 0.9% had opioid dependence for a primary diagnosis and 10.4% had a nicotine dependence as a secondary diagnosis.
  • In Cleveland, 713.7 per 100,000 people were arrested for illicit drug use.
  • Cuyahoga County had 44.9 drug-induced deaths per 100,000 people versus 73.8 in Cleveland and 11.3 in the nation.
  • By age, the illicit drug rates were as follows: 18-34 had 64.9, 35-49 had 75.2, 50-64 had 66.9 and 65+ had 15.1 per 100,000.
  • Per 100,00 people, men had a higher usage rate at 66.5 compared to women at 25
  • In Cuyahoga County, the unintentional opioid death rate was 38.2 per 100,000.
  • The unintentional opioid death rate by age group was: 56.8 for 18-34 year olds, 63 for 35-49 year olds, 56 for 50-64 year olds and 11.6 for 65 and over. These were all per 100,000 people.
  • Women had a death rate of 21.4 per 100,000 while men had a 56.6 death rate.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab: What Is Rehab?

Addiction affects all areas of someone’s life. It is a dangerous road to be on with consequences that affect both the physical and the psychological parts of s person. Rehab gives a person the tools they need to face the addiction and to treat both sides of it. This is accomplished by a combination of detox and therapy.


Alcohol and drugs are harmful for the body and they add harmful toxins to the body. When a person wants to stop using these substances, the influence of these toxins need to be cleaned out of the body. Detoxification is the cleansing of the toxic substances out. This process can last 5-12 days. It can help ease withdrawal symptoms and helps get the person ready for rehab.

Sometimes a medically supervised detox is what is best for the person. This is most often for severe addictions and is safer and more comfortable for the individual. This detox drastically lessens the chance of relapse. The person will go through three stages of this detox: evaluation, stabilization and transition to active treatment. This is always done under the supervision of a medical professional.

Rehab and Therapy

After the physical part is addressed, the mental side needs to be repaired. Rehab combines different therapy strategies from either individual, group or family therapy. This is a vital process because there is often a lot of healing during the therapy sessions that sets the person up for success.

Many times, when a person has an underlying mental health disorder that coincides with their addiction a co-occurring disorder will be diagnosed. These two have a strong link because people who have a mental health disorder are looking for a way to feel better and try to find it in drugs or alcohol.

Types of Alcohol and Drug Treatment Facilities in Beachwood, OH

There are a variety of choices in the Beachwood, Ohio area for alcohol and drug treatment facilities. Every one offers different options depending on the needs of the person.

Outpatient Treatment Options

Some people have responsibilities that prevent them from committing to inpatient rehab and opt for outpatient rehab. This allows them to go through their program without checking into an inpatient rehab. This has many benefits, including: they can still work, they get accountability, insurance is more likely to cover it and they can practice the things they learn as they go at home. This is a good option for those who have a flexible schedule, have a lot of support at home and have no other mental health disorders.

Outpatient Rehab is not recommended for everyone. People who are coming from an abusive home, have more than one addiction or co-occurring disorders, have a history or relapse or who just don’t think they’ll be able to stay sober at home should not go through this type of rehab.

Inpatient Treatment Options

Inpatient rehab is a 24- hour, intensive rehab program. The person checks in and lives there, usually for 28-days, but it can be long-term if needed. The person can expect to go through detox and start therapy sessions while there.

Sober Living Homes

Transitioning back to daily life is difficult for some people who go to rehab so they might go to a sober living home after completing rehab. This is a home where they live with peers and they can put the things they learn into practice while having support and accountability from staff and fellow residents. There are rules they are expected to follow.

12-Step Programs

12-step programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, have been around for many years and have been helpful to a lot of people. The meetings are led by peers and the members give each other accountability.

Traveling to Arizona for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Some people like staying near home for rehab. Others prefer to travel out of state. There can be many benefits to doing this. Some of these could be:

  • To break old habits: throughout the course of an addiction, triggers develop. This is anything that can cause the person to relapse back into using the drugs or alcohol. They have the opportunity to make new habits being in rehab out of state.
  • A commitment to their program: rehab is voluntary so if an individual wants to leave, they can. Being close to home makes this an easy decision. However, being at rehab in Arizona could make a person have a firmer commitment because they cannot just walk out and go home.
  • To limit distractions: it can be difficult to work on a rehab program when someone is distracted by things happening at home. Even though there are good distractions, the person deserves to have time to focus on their recovery. This can be accomplished in Arizona, states away, leaving distractions behind.
  • To protect privacy: there are people who prefer to go out of state because it helps them keep their decision to go to rehab private. This is important to people who enter a program and they want to be assured their privacy is protected.
  • To experience different facilities: all rehab facilities are different. Maybe they have different programs or maybe they are in a beautiful setting, like the facility in Arizona. Going out of state is really just a good way to see another part of the country.
  • To start a new life: addicts want to be able to start fresh. Going to Arizona, they can begin healing. They can learn how to take care of themself first, build healthy relationships and learn the tools they need to live their life in recovery.


Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are just two of the organizations that offer support group meetings. SMART Recovery is another option people have available to them. They are not 12-Step-oriented at all; theirs is more of a scientific approach to recovery.

Families can also get the help and support they need from attending Al-Anon and Alateen meetings. Many of them are also 12-Step based.

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AA Meetings

 There are several AA Meetings in Beachwood, Ohio taking place every week.

Alateen Meetings

There are several Alateen Meetings held weekly in the Beachwood, Ohio area.

NA Meetings

There are several NA Meetings held in Beachwood, Ohio each week.

SMART Recovery Meetings

There are several SMART Recovery meetings taking place in the Beachwood, Ohio area each week.


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Learn More About Drug and Alcohol Rehab in the Beachwood, Ohio Area

Rehab is a big deck on for someone to make. Being prepared with the correct information can ease a person’s mind when deciding where to go. At SpringBoard Recovery, we put this guide together for the people of Beachwood, Ohio so they can make a more informed decision.

If you need to speak with a professional about your alcohol and drug addiction treatment options in Beachwood, Ohio, we would like to help. We believe having the right help can start you on your journey. Please contact us right away


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