Recovery Institute of Ohio
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Residential TreatmentThe Recovery Institute of Ohio offers residential treatment for those struggling with substance abuse and require 24-hour support. This is the highest level of care provided at our facility and offers clients access to many resources, tools, and therapies to treat multiple alcohol and drug dependency disorders in a safe, secure environment. Our primary goal for those participating in our residential treatment program is to ensure clients have the highest quality of substance abuse treatment care there is. We provide participants a safe, comfortable facility with expert physicians, addiction specialists, psychiatrists, and licensed counselors at their disposal. At the Recovery Institute of Ohio, we strive to create positive change in the lives of everyone we treat.
Partial Hospitalization ProgramPartial hospitalization programs (PHP), also known as day treatment programs, offer support for individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction in a less restrictive manner than residential treatment programs but with more structure and accountability than outpatient programs. Located in northwest Ohio, right at the western tip of Lake Erie, our partial hospitalization program promotes positive change and self-respect in each clients’ life while in a safe, secure, and supportive environment.
Dual Diagnosis TreatmentDual diagnosis disorders are a common disorder and can be very serious. The primary goal at Recovery Institute of Ohio is to help clients on their road to recovery by providing them with the support and tools needed to maintain their sobriety after a treatment program concludes. We provide all patients with professional care and comprehensive treatment for alcohol abuse, drug addiction, and mental health disorders. We also offer treatments to strengthen the mind and help patients rediscover who they are.
Intensive Outpatient ProgramThe Recovery Institute of Ohio offers an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for those struggling with substance abuse. An intensive outpatient program is an addiction treatment program that is a part-time yet intensive recovery program designed to support school, work, and family. Through a wide variety of treatments, therapies, expert addiction professionals, psychiatrists, physicians, and licensed counselors, the Recovery Institute of Ohio provides patients with the tools they need to live in long-term recovery. We recommend this treatment program for individuals who need a transitional level of care as they step down from residential treatment and those wanting to supplement their recovery. On average, this treatment program requires participation three to five days a week for at least three hours per day.
Outpatient RehabOutpatient rehab can be the solution for someone struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Our outpatient treatment program is a step down from our intensive outpatient treatment program and other levels of care. It’s an excellent recovery program for individuals in rehabilitation who are transitioning from rehab to ordinary life. While attending outpatient rehab, patients can live at home, enabling them to increase their independence during treatment, while also teaching them strategies for working through substance abuse triggers. Tools gained from this level of care can be utilized at various points in the recovery process, such as if you’re in danger of relapsing and need additional support. The Recovery Institute of Ohio offers outpatient rehab in a secure, supportive setting. Like our other addiction treatment programs, outpatient addiction treatment care is extensive and involves medication education, life skills education, nutrition education, therapy, and counseling. This assures patients have everything they need to establish a strong recovery.
Sober LivingSober living provides a smooth transition for those in recovery who have completed a residential program. Adjusting back to daily life can be difficult for many individuals, making sober living an ideal choice for a safe, secure environment while continuing to practice what was learned during inpatient rehab. At Recovery Institute of Ohio, we are a treatment program for those who seek recovery from substance abuse disorders and/or mental health problems. Our sober living options provide clients with a supportive, sober home while they transition back to the “real world.”
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Meet the Staff
- Patrick MurrayDirector of OperationsBorn and raised in Demarest, New Jersey, Patrick’s early years were spent surrounded by two loving parents and a brother who was 10 years older than him. With such a large age gap between them, Patrick often felt like an only child, which could be lonely at times. Baseball and golf were always his passions growing up. Fortunately, he was able to pursue them in college, but it was at that time that he realized his challenges with learning, confidence, and self-esteem. These challenges quickly began to consume him. Patrick was able to develop friendships with classmates and teammates, but it was on the field and the course that he felt most comfortable, by himself.
- Jessica KitchinClinical Program Manager/Primary TherapistMy name is Jessica Kitchin and I am currently the Clinical Program Manager/Primary Therapist at Recovery Institute of Ohio. In August of 2018, I graduated with my Master’s Degree in Addiction Counseling. I also have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education. Obtaining these degrees and progressing in my life was always part of my plan as a child; however, when I started drinking regularly by the age of 12 and using drugs at the age of 16, I didn’t think my life was going to end up the way it has. Even though I attended college for education, I found myself drinking and heavily using drugs, until I dropped out with one semester left. My addiction completely controlled my life.
- Jessica NixonClinical DirectorJessica is a knowledgeable professional with a caring approach to the field of addiction treatment having over 8 years of experience working in various capacities. She is licensed with the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and has obtained NCC status through the National Board for Certified Counselors. She received her Bachelor of Art in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University in 2009 and her Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling in 2014 from Nova Southeastern University. Early in 2015, Jessica became a Certified Addictions Professional (CAP) with international reciprocity (ICADC).
- Alli RiceCase ManagerAllison is a treatment professional with 2 years of experience in helping the addict through their most troubled times. She has personal knowledge of addiction and has obtained multiple trainings and certifications. Allison holds her CDCA licensure through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board. Allison’s goal as a case manager is to ensure that all the client’s outside issues are handled while in treatment to make their stay as comfortable and focused as possible. Allison is originally from Columbus, Ohio, and was brought up with good morals and a loving family. Allison started experimenting with substances in high school.