Vertava Health of Ohio

2650 Lodge Road, Sherrodsville, OH 44675

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Program Types

Detoxification Center

Residential Treatment

Intensive Oupatient Program

Medication Assisted Treatment

Overview:

Vertava Health, formerly Addiction Campuses, is a fully credentialed behavioral healthcare provider of onsite and virtual care services for substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. Our evidence-based treatment programs designed by licensed professionals help build a comprehensive life in recovery beyond the standard 30-day plan. With residential inpatient and outpatient treatment centers across the country and a national network of healthcare providers, Vertava Health helps individuals get the care they deserve so that they can live out their best future.

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Admissions:

Adult program
Elderly program
Postpartum program
Program for men
Program for women
Young adult program

Insurance and financials:

Self-pay options
Private insurance
Sliding scale payment assistance

Detox Services:

Buprenorphine Detox:

Buprenorphine is a prescription drug ( brand name Subutex, among others), which falls under a class of medications known as mixed opioid agonist-antagonists. It is used as a replacement for other opiates that someone is addicted to. So, Buprenorphine detox has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat opioid addiction. Buprenorphine detox works by attaching itself to the brain's receptors, which cause the general feeling of calmness and euphoria. It then blocks the effects of other opiates leading to a decrease of cravings.

Psychotropic Medication:

Psychotropic medicine is used in the treatment of psychiatric conditions. Its use alters the chemical patterns in the brain, which affect behaviors and moods of an individual. Most treatment facilities use it as antidepressants, anti-anxiety, antipsychotics, mood stabilizers, and ADHD drugs. Lithium is an excellent example of psychotropic medication used in many treatment centers. The efficient balancing of chemical levels in the brain makes it a suitable method for treating drug addiction cases.

Vivitrol:

Vivitrol is an injectable Naltrexone drug used to treat alcohol and opioid addiction. It mainly acts by blocking the opioid receptors leading to lesser pain relief or feel-good feelings that are usually associated with opioid addiction. Vivitrol has zero psychoactive properties as such its use never leads to dependence. It is commonly used alongside several other therapy practices to help an addict to overcome opioid addiction or alcohol. Before starting VIVITROL, you must be opioid-free for at least 7-10 days to avoid sudden opioid withdrawal symptoms.

Naltrexon:

Naltrexone is an opioid antagonist. It works by blocking the action of opioid s in the body. It is not sedating or addictive. It doesn’t result to physical dependence. Unfortunately, it has been reported that patients often have trouble keeping up with the treatment using naltrexone. Because of non-compliances, its usage has become less effective. Naltrexone injectable long-term drug received FDA approval in 2010. Its use has become quite popular since the approval. It is only injected monthly, eliminating the need to do away with the daily dosages by eliminating the need for daily dosing. Other than medication administered to the patients, behavioral therapies are necessary for heroin treatment. A combination of both behavioral therapies and medication often produce positive results.

Levels of care:

Partial Hospitization Program:

Partial hospitalization program offers intensive care services to people suffering from substance abuse disorders without requiring them to stay within the facility. So, the program necessitates you to attend sessions daily then go back home the same day. Studies have shown that PHP reduces addiction and mental health symptoms at a lower cost than inpatient and outpatient settings. The program can last for one to six months or one week, depending on your situation.


Intensive Outpatient:

Intensive outpatient is a treatment program for substance abuse in which people visit a treatment center several days a week. It can also be used to address depression, eating disorders, or any other dependency that does not require detoxification or fulltime supervision. An intensive outpatient is designed to create a support system and to prevent a relapse. People who are enrolled in this form of a program go through individual, group, couple, and family counseling sessions. They also receive medications for mental health and addiction disorders.


Inpatient:

Inpatient treatment also cognized as residential treatment offers rehab services for clients with severe substance use disorder. Inpatient treatment programs last for a minimum of one to three months in a safe and secure environment. Moreover, the surroundings are usually free from events that trigger substance abuse. So, the program will require you to stay in the facility during the treatment period. Some of the services offered in this form of setting include detoxification, medication management, and individual therapy, among others.


Outpatient:

Outpatient treatment is ideal for people who want to achieve sobriety but cannot abandon other responsibilities to be at an inpatient rehab center. Mild or moderate substance use disorders can successfully be treated in this form of setting if they are detected early enough. The treatment sessions take place several days a week for a limited amount of hours. Outpatient services can be delivered via various settings such as the hospital clinic, therapist’s office, or local health department, among others.


Clinical services:

Alcoholism:

Alcoholism is the most severe problem associated with the drinking of alcohol-associated with an uncontrollable strong urge to drink. It is also known as alcohol dependence because addicts place drinking above all other obligations and may forsake activities they previously enjoyed. Their bodies mainly have developed physical tolerance of alcohol, and as such, the individuals may get withdrawal symptoms if they stop drinking. They continue to drink despite experiencing adverse interpersonal or social effects.

Opiod Addiction:

Opioid addiction is a compulsive and robust urge to continually take a class of drugs that have the opioid chemical composition. Opioid drugs provoke the release of endorphin and dopamine neurotransmitters in the body, which causes one to feel euphoric. They include legal prescription painkillers such as methadone, fentanyl, and oxycodone as well as illegal drugs like heroin. Continued opioid use even under a prescription affects the brain chemistry making the body to demand more to get the same high feeling.

Mental Health and Substance Abuse:

Mental health and substance abuse issues are commonly interlinked, and when they occur together, it is referred to as a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorder. It is normally characterized by drug addiction and a mental health disorder such as bipolar disease or anxiety. Both drug abuse and mental health disorders have individual and unique symptoms. However, if any of the problems are left untreated, it triggers the other problem to worsen.

Dual Diagnosis:

Dual diagnosis is when one has a mental health issue alongside a substance abuse problem. It is also referred to as a co-occurring disease characterized by individual symptoms for both problems. However, the two issues tend to be linked because when one goes untreated, it triggers the other problem to worsen. When both are ignored, they increase in severity at a heightened rate, making one’s life unbearable.

Therapy Programs:

Family Therapy:

Family therapy involves working closely with couples aiming at counseling them to nurture changes and development. The family counseling approach views the family development based on interaction systems among family members. It emphasizes a lot on family relationships as one of the most crucial factors in psychological health development. For the effectiveness of this program, the therapist must possess the skill to engage the families in the therapy session directly.

Individual Therapy:

Individual therapy program, also regarded as psychotherapy is a counseling program where trained therapists work one-on-one with their clients. The program is conducted in a safe, confidential, and caring environment. It enables the clients to explore their feelings, behaviors, beliefs, and work through some of their past influential and challenging memories. Also, they identify life aspects that they would like to change, understand themselves better, and establish their desired goals.

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy:

Dialectal behavioral therapy identifies and tries to change the negative thinking patterns and instead instills positive thinking behavioral changes. This program mainly targets individuals with suicidal feelings and other self-destructive behaviors. This therapy focuses on bringing acceptance and change in individuals where therapists help the patients attain self-love and value. The support given by professionals shows the positive part of life to the addict giving him or her more reasons to live a healthy life.

Group Therapy:

Group therapy program engages more than one therapist treating several patients as a group. This means that this form of psychotherapy happens in a group format, but is usually applied to a small psychodynamic group where the context and the process of the concerned group are explicitly used as a change, development, exploration and examination mechanism on interpersonal relationships within the group. Therapists offer support and training on mindfulness, anger management, social skills, and relaxation.

Life Skills:

The life skill therapy approach involves bringing back the pediatric clients to the highest functioning levels using the community integrative approach. Therapists work with clients in real-life homes and community settings in order to create goal-based and result-oriented individual programs. This program works to improve the patient’s functioning by the use of therapeutic activities, activity analysis and modification as well as adaptive equipment.

Trauma Therapy:

Trauma therapy is aimed at helping individuals who have had severe traumatic experiences. A mental health professional is set to help people who have gone through unfortunate happenings to recover. Through direct contact between patients and mental therapists, the patients are helped to overcome distress, pain as well as any mental dysfunction that may have resulted from the overwhelming threatening trauma. Patients can face past realities without really getting stuck to them.

Cognitive Behvioral Therapy:

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a psychotherapeutic program aimed at helping patients understand the feelings and thoughts that influence behaviors. Patients with various mental disorders such as phobias, anxiety, depression, and addictions are helped to identify and change their destructive behaviors patterns that negatively influence their emotions. This therapy program is mainly short-term, with therapists trying to help patients deal with specific problems after mental health analysis.

Amenities

Private setting
Basketball court
Yoga studio
Private transportation
Music room
Meditation room
Hiking
Gym
Art activities
Recreation room
Swimming pool
Business center

Contact:

Vertava Health of Ohio

Address: 2650 Lodge Rd SW, Sherrodsville, OH 44675

Website: https://www.bluffsrehab.com/

Phone:(888)-816-8415

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