The Assessment Process is organized around 12 specific steps that help the counselor obtain a detailed history of the patient’s substance use, determine the key factors in the current situation, and plan the best treatment for recovery.
Individual counseling helps the patient focus on reducing or stopping substance use, working toward skills and professional/educational outcomes, and adhering to a recovery plan. Group counseling provides social reinforcement for pursuit of recovery.
Circle for Recovery at Mansfield UMADAOP provides relapse prevention, offender reentry and supportive services to adult men and women under the community supervision of the Ohio Adult Parole Authority and local courts.
Our on-site physician evaluates patients and prescribes medication for assisting in treatment and recovery. Treatment with methadone, buprenorphine , or extended-release injectable naltrexone helps reduce withdrawals and cravings and prevent relapse.
Recovery support services are non-clinical services that are used with treatment to support individuals in their recovery goals.
Peers are individuals in recovery who can use their own experiences to help others working towards recovery. Peer supports are a critical component of the substance use disorder treatment system.
Community health workers typically have deep roots or shared life experiences in the communities they serve. They share similar values, ethnic background and socio-economic status and usually the same language as the people they serve. The community health worker serves as a bridge between the community and the health care, government and social service systems.
People with a mental disorder are more likely to experience a substance use disorder and people with a substance use disorder are more likely to have a mental disorder when compared with the general population. SAMHSA supports an integrated treatment approach to treating co-occurring mental and substance use disorders.
Stop smoking programs can help you find a quitting method that suits your needs.
The Mansfield UMADAOP is certified by the Ohio Department of Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS) to conduct three (3) Driver Intervention Programs.
The Genesis Row Recovery House Program (sober living homes) has been developed to offer Mansfield UMADAOP’s clients with a desire to stay alcohol and drug free, a safe sober living environment with high exceptions and a wide range of services while allowing them to resume normal activities such as working or going to school.