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Cincinnati Substance Use Disorder Treatment

 Cincinnati Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment

We employ a unique method when it comes to tackling substance use disorders.

When seeking treatment services in Cincinnati, the initial step for individuals is an essential biopsychosocial assessment. Following this assessment and determination of suitability for the Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Program, along with diagnosis, clients will undergo an initial physician assessment. Regardless of their current medical status, every client meets with the doctor for this assessment.

During the doctor's evaluation, the need for ongoing medical services and medication management, as well as the frequency, will be established. This intake process also includes orientation before engaging in treatment services. The client's treatment plan is crafted based on the initial biopsychosocial assessment and physician assessment. Simultaneously, initial discharge/transition planning is initiated during this assessment and treatment planning phase. After developing the treatment plan, the client is assigned to a Case Manager's caseload.


Clients participate in the SUD Program in Cincinnati for a total of 9 weeks. Throughout this period, they engage in a range of services tailored to their individual needs, including group therapy, case management, individual therapy, family therapy, employment services, and medical services/medication management. Case managers oversee virtual group therapy sessions, following a 9-week curriculum for their assigned caseload. Any clinical needs beyond the scope of case management are addressed by therapists (e.g., trauma, family therapy, etc.). Clients who meet criteria for supported employment services will meet with an employment specialist.

Additionally, clients are scheduled for at least one in-person appointment per week with their case manager, doctor, employment specialist, individual therapist, and/or family therapist. Throughout the 9-week program, clients complete at least two drug screens and one breathalyzer test per week.

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Case managers conduct monthly meetings with clients to perform re-assessments and review/update treatment plans. They also update discharge/transition plans, if necessary. During the 6th week of the SUD Program, case managers must review and update the discharge/transition plan, specifying the remaining services required by the client (e.g., group therapy, employment services, individual and/or family therapy, additional case management, medical services/medication management, re-assessment for mental health, etc.).

Upon completion of the 9-week SUD Program, when clients graduate from group therapy, the ideal scenario is for them to continue receiving treatment services within the THS system in Cincinnati. This continuity of care is indicated in their transition plan and discharge summary, which the case manager completes at the end of the SUD Program. At this juncture, clients can either remain on their current case manager's caseload or be transferred to another caseload to receive ongoing therapeutic services, as well as medical services/medication management and employment services as needed.

Take the first step towards transforming your life and overcoming substance use disorder. Our dedicated experts at Transformations Health Services are here to support you on your journey to recovery.

Don't wait any longer – reach out to us today and speak with our experienced professionals who can guide you through the process of getting the treatment you need. Your path to a healthier, happier future starts with a simple phone call.

Call us now at (513) 347-0375  to connect with our compassionate team and take the important step towards a brighter tomorrow. Your recovery is our priority, and we are here to help you every step of the way. Don't hesitate; call us now!

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