Methadone Clinic Henry County, OH

Methadone Clinic in Henry County, OH

Here is a list of methadone clinics and addiction treatment centers in Henry County, OH. Find immediate methadone treatment in Henry County by looking through the local treatment centers below. Find medication-assisted treatment options in Henry County, Ohio.

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A Renewed Mind The Renewal Center

A Renewed Mind The Renewal Center is a methadone clinic in Henry County, OH. It is located at 1895 Oakwood Avenue, 43545 zip. A Renewed Mind The Renewal Center provides long-term residential treatment, full residential treatment and short-term residential treatment. A Renewed Mind The Renewal Center provides suboxone prescription, naltrexone administration and relapse prevention from naltrexone. Other than methadone treatment, A Renewed Mind The Renewal Center offers individual counseling, employment counseling or training and hepatitis education, counseling and support. A Renewed Mind The Renewal Center provides medication-assisted treatment to men.

Recovery Services Of North West Ohio

Recovery Services Of North West Ohio is a methadone treatment facility in Henry County, Ohio. It is situated at 118 East Clinton Street, 43545 zip. Recovery Services Of North West Ohio provides outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone treatment, regular outpatient treatment and intensive outpatient treatment. Recovery Services Of North West Ohio provides naltrexone administration and suboxone prescription. Other than methadone treatment, Recovery Services Of North West Ohio offers health education services, substance use education and group counseling. Recovery Services Of North West Ohio provides medication assisted treatment to men and women.

Renewed Mind

Renewed Mind is a methadone clinic in Henry County, OH. It is located at 600 Freedom Drive, 43545 zip. Renewed Mind provides regular outpatient treatment and outpatient treatment. Renewed Mind provides suboxone prescription. Other than methadone treatment, Renewed Mind offers group counseling, substance use education and individual counseling. Renewed Mind provides medication assisted treatment to women and men.

FAQs for a Methadone Clinic in Henry County, OH:

  • What is the difference between suboxone and methadone treatment in Henry County?

    Treatment at a suboxone clinic in Henry County is often similar to the treatment received at a methadone clinic. Both of the medication assisted treatment options work by reducing narcotic and opioid cravings for those who are addicted. A big difference between suboxone and methadone is that suboxone can be prescribed by doctors, while methadone treatment needs to be received at a clinic.

  • What other services are available at methadone clinics in Henry County?

    Services such as intervention, counseling, relapse prevention, behavior therapy and other support services are commonly found in methadone clinics throughout Ohio. A methadone clinic may be part of a larger addiction treatment center, and as such, may have all of the services found in Henry County drug rehabs.

  • Do I need to make an appointment before receiving methadone treatment?

    Each methadone clinic in Henry County has its own policy about what patients they will take. However, most clinics will accept both walk-ins and those who have made a previous appointment. It is usually a good idea to call ahead of time just to confirm availability.

  • Is methadone treatment in Henry County always done on a residential basis?

    The short answer is no. Methadone treatment services in Henry County are available both in residential format, also known as inpatient, as well as outpatient format. Having both options allows addicted individuals to choose whether inpatient or outpatient clinical treatment will work better for their lifestyle.

  • What medication assisted treatment options are available in Henry County?

    There are a total of 3 medication assisted therapies that can be received in Henry County: methadone, buprenorphine (Suboxone) and Naltrexone. All three are approved by the FDA for drug addiction treatment. Methadone is the one that is most commonly used in addiction clinics.