Looking for a drug rehab center? - Let us help you!

DrugRehabCenters.org is a free addiction treatment locator and placement resource.

Our treatment specialists have tremendous knowledge and experience and have access to a nationwide treatment database containing over 25,000 drug and alcohol treatment programs.

Call Us Now at: 1-866-726-3478. Our specialists can assess your overall situation and then provide you with corresponding treatment options that best fit your personal needs and provide the greatest potential for success.

We are dedicated to helping every addict or alcoholic get the treatment they need regardless of financial situation.

Don't wait! - CALL US NOW!

We can help you!

This is a free service
100% Confidential
Call Us for help finding drug treatment centers in your area that fit your overall needs and financial requirements.
24 Hours / 7 Days a Week

Request a Call

Do you need help finding the right drug or alcohol rehab facility in your area? Fill out the form below or call 1-866-726-3478 to get the help you need.

Transitional Living in Ohio

Transitional Living

Once you complete your inpatient or residential drug and alcohol rehab program, transitional living can prove extremely helpful as the last step in your journey to complete sobriety and recovery for the long term.

Today, transitional living programs are designed to promote well-being, stability, and safety of individuals who are making a transition from an inpatient or outpatient treatment center but who are not yet ready to start living on their own entirely.

Although there are many approaches to this form of rehab; The goal will be to help you reintegrate into your life successfully once you are done with rehabilitation and detox.

To this end, transitional living will provide you with the support you need to start repairing any damaged relationships with loved ones, friends, and family. It might also help you with career training and placement and help you develop and adhere to clearer, more realistic recovery plans after rehab.

Understanding Transitional Living

Transitional living homes or centers operate in the form of group-oriented housing where you need to adhere to rules and policies that are 100% drug free.

Participants therefore might also be mandated to attend scheduled group and individual counseling meetings. In return, you will get a comfortable living quarters as you continue your treatment, finish courses to help you find employment, and learn vital life and coping skills.

This type of treatment is also essential for preventing relapse but it may offer a variety of other services, including but not limited to GED assistance, life skills courses, and job counseling. By living in such setting, therefore, you will enjoy numerous benefits.

Who Needs Transitional Living?

Transitional living works well for anyone who is early in drug and alcohol recovery or who has just completed a rehab facility. At this stage, your life may feel very uncertain particularly because abstinence can be a significant change in your life. Because of this, you might may have anxiety about the future and feel that you might relapse.

Additionally, your living atmosphere might complicate the issue further. For instance, you might still be unsure about where you should live after completing rehab - especially if your family is no longer an option. Similarly, you might discover that you have no clean or reliable friends and family members you can turn to for a place to live.

In these situations, you will find that transitional living might provide you with the most ideal solution.

Benefits Of Transitional Living

The majority of transitional living facilities have a great deal in store for you. For instance, they are geared to offer the accountability and structure that could prove critical in helping you maintain your abstinence and finally reintegrating back to the real world.

Some of the benefits that come with staying at such a home include:

  • Accountability
  • Help with completing a course
  • Development of essential life skills to teach you new patterns of behavior and thinking
  • Emotional support
  • Help in finding employment
  • Support for any co-occurring issue

Further, transitional living will typically require you to complete some household chores, take part in group counseling sessions, and be a responsible and productive member of society.

As one makes the transition out of rehabilitation - whether on an inpatient or outpatient basis - you may discover that you respond better to the accountability that is imposed on you by the transitional living home, than you would if they were the demands, pleas, and requests from members of your family or friends.

Duration Of Transitional Living

The duration of stay at most transitional living facilities varies from 6 to 18 months, or perhaps longer. The home may also range in terms of size and offerings from small centers with 15 to 20 recovering participants to bigger homes that can take up to 40 or so participants.

At the facility, you will most likely receive 2 meals every day, along with many of the same amenities you would commonly find in your own house - such as shared recreational facilities and laundry services and/or facilities.

The goal of this type of rehabilitation is to offer the supportive and nurturing environment where you can learn how to start living free of all alcohol and drugs, as well as any other intoxicating substance you might be tempted to relapse on.

How Transitional Living Works

Alcohol and drug abuse and alcoholism might seriously impact your well-being, happiness, and overall health and wellness. Due to your addiction, you are highly likely to lose your home, money, career, or even push away your close friends and members of your family.

Because of this, if you decide to return back to your normal life, you may encounter various struggles - particularly if you are without an informal or formal support group or safety net. As such, any small thing can trigger you and cause you to start abusing alcohol and drugs again.

While in recovery from alcohol and drugs and substance abuse, therefore, it is essential that you build and maintain a sober and highly independent life. This is how transitional living comes in - to reduce the risk/opportunity for relapse and (by so doing) ensure your successful recovery for life.

Although seeking rehab for addiction is the important first step you need to take so that you can have a life that is healthy and sober, relapse rates are very high. This means that it may not actually be enough to stay a month or two at a rehabilitation center for you to successfully get a grip on sobriety and stay the course. This is because inpatient rehabilitation centers are quite arduous and different for some persons.

Since the atmosphere is safe and controlled, you are highly unlikely to encounter any distractors, triggers, or temptations to start abusing alcohol and drugs. Additionally, everyone in the center will support your sobriety. Hence, all that will be required of you is to remain focused and continue striving to get healthy.

Also, you may not understand that stressful factors like trying to regain your old job or find a new one, dealing with family and friends - especially those you had fallen out with when you were still using - as well as dealing with your depleting finances may all result in a relapse.

Hence, after you leave the rehabilitation and rehabilitation center, you might find it useful to check into a transitional living facility. In doing so, you will continue receiving rehabilitation informally and working towards overcoming your substance abuse problem.

Finally, transitional living is a savvy approach to addiction recovery. It is focused on achievement, opportunity, and hope. If you - or a loved one - have considered this form of care, you should definitely take the time to locate the right one - ideally one that will meet and exceed your expectations and help you finish your drug and alcohol addiction treatment. By so doing, you should ultimately be able to adjust to a life free of drugs and alcohol.

Centers in Ohio

Prospect House
682 Hawthorne Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45205
Courage House
74 Granville Street
Newark, Ohio 43055
New Directions Inc
30800 Chagrin Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44124
Behavioral Connections of Wood County
1033 Devlac Grove
Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
Mended Reeds Mental Health
700 Park Avenue
Ironton, Ohio 45638
Personal and Family Counseling Servs
1433 5th Street Northwest
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663
Meridian Healthcare
550 West Chalmers Avenue
Youngstown, Ohio 44511
Family Recovery Center
7300 Rose Drive
Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Louis Stokes VA Medical Center
95 West Waterloo Road
Akron, Ohio 44319
245 Beall Avenue
Wooster, Ohio 44691
McKinley Hall Inc
2608 East High Street
Springfield, Ohio 45505
Crossroads Counseling Services Inc
255 West Main Street
St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950
Recovery Services of North West Ohio
25212 U.S. Route 20
Fayette, Ohio 43521
Columbiana County Mental Health Center
40722 State Route 154
Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Community Action Against Addiction
5209 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44103
Bellefaire Jewish Childrens Bureau
22001 Fairmount Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44118
Crossroads Counseling Services Inc
41481 Stenger Road
Belmont, Ohio 43718
Townhall II
5536 South Prospect Street
Ravenna, Ohio 44266
CommQuest Services Inc
1341 Market Avenue North
Canton, Ohio 44714
Volunteers of America
624 Harmon Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43223
Spencer House
69 Granville Street
Newark, Ohio 43055
CommQuest Services Inc
1680 Nave Road
Massillon, Ohio 44646
New Destiny Treatment Center
6694 Taylor Road
Clinton, Ohio 44216
Ashland County Council on
310 College Avenue
Ashland, Ohio 44805
Salvation Army
1710 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Stella Maris
1292 Winslow Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Recovery and Prevention Resources of
118 Stover Drive
Delaware, Ohio 43015
Crossroads Counseling Services Inc
116 Main Street
Belmont, Ohio 43718
Columbus Area Integrated
813 Bryden Road
Columbus, Ohio 43205
Perry Behavioral Health Choices Inc
203 North Main Street
New Lexington, Ohio 43764
Dayton VA Medical Center
4100 West 3rd Street
Dayton, Ohio 45428
Community Assessment and
8411 Broadway Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44105
2863 State Route 45 P.O. Box 298
Rock Creek, Ohio 44084
Stella Maris
1320 Washington Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Lake Geauga Recovery Centers Inc
800 Oak Street
Painesville, Ohio 44077
One Eighty
732 Spink Street
Wooster, Ohio 44691
Joseph House Inc
1526 Republic Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
CommQuest Services Inc
1711 Spring Street NE
Canton, Ohio 44714
Hitchcock Center for Women Inc
1227 Ansel Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44108
Counseling Center
411 Court Street
Portsmouth, Ohio 45662
Lake Geauga Recovery Centers Inc
42 East Jackson Street
Painesville, Ohio 44077

Drug Rehab by City

Select a City:

Simply type the name of the city where you are searching for drug rehab.

More Cities:

Make The Right Choice.      Get Help Now.

Getting treatment is vital to your success at beating addiction. Let us help you make the right choice.

Our addiction treatment specialists can help you find the right treatment choice for your personal situation.