Ohio Drug Rehab and Addiction Treatment Centers

Treatment Centers in OhioDrug addiction is an evident epidemic that has swept the nation within the past century. However, no matter how bad it seems to get, there is always one thing the addict wanting to get better has:  hope. There’s as much hope for drug and alcohol addicts wishing to make a recovery in Ohio as there is anywhere else. To get a glimpse of that hope, be it for you or a loved one, call Drug-Rehab.org today at 877-352-6329.

Ohio is full of 11,544,951 people. The capital is Columbus, which also is home to Ohio State University, a world-class institution. Ohio is also known for its cities Cleveland, the home of the Rock and Roll Museum and Cincinnati, home to many bridges

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The drug threat in Ohio is very real and very present. Cocaine, heroin and marijuana are all threats to the well-being of the communities in Ohio. The purity and decreased price of heroin has made it more popular with young adults in Ohio.

Methamphetamine production has stabilized due to a recent restriction on pseudoephedrine. MDMA and other club drugs remain popular with the young adults as well. Marijuana is grown both indoors as well as out. Marijuana, heroin and other opiates are the most popular reasons for people to seek drug treatment in Ohio.

Oxycontin is a growing threat to Ohio; prescription drug abuse (as it is nationwide) is an emerging danger, too. Drug-induced deaths in Ohio exceed the national average; eight percent of Ohio residents have a problem with illicit drugs, which happens to be the national average.

Marijuana possession in Ohio can be a serious offense not worth its consequences. A sale of anything under 200 grams of marijuana is a felony with a 6 to 18 month jail sentence. If the sale is to a minor, takes place within 1,000 feet of a school, takes place within 100 feet of a minor, or if you have previous felony convictions the penalties will be increased. Drug convictions, excluding minor possession, will lead to your driving privileges being suspended for a minimum of 6 months and a maximum of 5 years. Ohio has recently taken action to decriminalize marijuana to a small degree; making possession of a small amount like a minor traffic offense.

Any professional license is also suspended in Ohio. Probation may be available in lieu of prison if it is a first time offense. Ohio has a zero tolerance drugged driving law in effect and has taken attempts to curb drug addiction by forming the Ohio Drug Free Safety Program.

Taking Action in Ohio

Holistic wellness for a drug or alcohol addict is possible in Ohio. Drug-Rehab.org can help set the addict on the path to recovery and rehabilitation. We have access to 3000 sources nationwide that can help the addict on his or her journey to recovery, in Ohio and numerous other destinations. Help is possible; an addict is never alone. We are here to help you at Drug-Rehab.org.

Give us a call at 877-352-6329 and see the options available.


For researching purposes, please see the following local Ohio resources:

  • Akron Health Department
    177 S. BRd.way Akron, OH 44308
    Akron Health Department provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Arrowhead Behavioral Health
    1725 Timber Line Rd. Maumee, OH 43537
    Arrowhead Behavioral Health provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Detox, Buprenorphine Treatment

  • Ashland County Council on
    310 College Ave. Ashland, OH 44805
    Ashland County Council on provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Bellefaire Jewish Children's Bureau
    22001 Fairmount Boulevard Shaker Heights, OH 44118
    Bellefaire Jewish Children's Bureau provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Children's Hospital
    899 E. BRd. St. Columbus, OH 43205
    Children's Hospital provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • Mature Services Inc
    365 S. Portage Path Akron, OH 44320
    Mature Services Inc provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction

  • New Destiny Treatment Center
    6694 Taylor Rd. Clinton, OH 44216
    New Destiny Treatment Center provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Halfway house, Buprenorphine Treatment

  • Shaffer House
    583 Grand Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45205
    Shaffer House provides the following services: Halfway house

  • Substance Abuse Services Inc
    1832 Adams St. Toledo, OH 43624
    Substance Abuse Services Inc provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Methadone Services, Methadone Detox, Buprenorphine Treatment

  • Talbert House
    1616 Harrison Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45214
    Talbert House provides the following services: Drug & Alcohol Addiction, Halfway house