Find a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center in Ohio

Seeking help for addiction is the best thing you can do for your physical and mental health. It can even save your life. If you’re struggling with addiction, you don’t have to keep suffering. There are numerous resources in Ohio to help you get sober and start living the life you deserve. Scroll through our listings to learn more about your options for beginning your recovery today.

More Treatment Centers in Ohio

The Counseling Center, Inc., Marsh House

Portsmouth, OH


(4 Reviews)

Gateway Rehab

Youngstown, OH
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Sojourner Recovery Services

Hamilton, OH


(12 Reviews)

Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers - Youngstown

Youngstown, OH


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    Information about rehab in Ohio

    OH Substance Abuse Facts

    In Ohio, the availability of illicit drugs like cocaine and heroin remain high, but a growing concern in the state is the increased availability of fentanyl and carfentanil, extremely potent synthetic opioids.

    Fentanyl is the leading opioid of abuse in OH and is surpassing heroin in terms of sales in many areas.1 In fact, since 2013, Ohio law enforcement have consistently reported one of the highest rates of fentanyl encounters in the country.2

    Meth use has also become more prevalent over the past few years, with cases increasing by 20% from 2015 to 2016.3 Law enforcement officers in some OH regions suggest that in a few years, more residents will be using crystal meth than heroin due to its availability and lower cost.4

    Drug overdose deaths in Ohio reached 3,310 in 2015—the second highest in the country—an increase of 21.5% from 2014.4 Synthetic opioids seem to be a major reason for this high number, with the number of overdose deaths from this drug more than doubling in 2015 and accounting for almost 40% of deadly overdoses.5 Natural and semi-synthetic opioids, in contrast, accounted for 20% of total overdose deaths that same year.6

    Getting Addiction Treatment Help in OH

    Finding treatment for your addiction should be your number one priority. With hundreds of rehab facilities located in Ohio alone,7 you are sure to find a program that caters to your individual needs.

    If you’re unsure about what to look for in a treatment center or what kind of program you need, call 1-888-744-0069 and speak to an addiction treatment support specialist. They can help you find a facility and program that caters to your specific situation.


    Where Else Can I Find Help in OH?

    If you need help paying for rehab, there are many options you can try:

    • Check to see if your insurance will cover your treatment.
    • Ask about payment installment plans or whether sliding-scale fees are offered.
    • Find a state-funded treatment center in Ohio, and ask if you’re eligible for low-cost treatment.
    • Apply for a healthcare credit card, designed specifically to help you pay for medical costs.
    • Set up a crowdfunding page through sites like or
    • Apply for a low-interest personal loan.

    Don’t let the cost of rehab stop you from getting the help you need. Research your options, talk to your insurance company, discuss payment options with individual rehab facilities, and ask for help from your friends and family.

    Resources in Ohio

    Hotlines and resources:

    If you are experiencing an emergency, such as a drug overdose, call 911 immediately.

    General Drug Information and Other Resources:


    1. Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network. (2017). Fentanyl, and the Deadlier Carfentanil, Now Outpacing Heroin Sales in Many Areas.
    2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2016). Reported Law Enforcement Encounters Testing Positive for Fentanyl Increase Across US.
    3. Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network. (2017). Statewide Increases in Methamphetamine Linked to Heroin.
    4. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2016). Drug Overdose Death Data.
    5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2016). Synthetic Opioid Data.
    6. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2017). Prescription Opioid Overdose Data.
    7. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). 2017 National Directory of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Facilities.
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