One of six Ohio locations, Maryhaven provides a variety of treatment services to individuals struggling with addiction or mental health disorders. The facility's main location in Columbus offers outpatient programs for both adults and adolescents (ages 13 to 18), along with medication-assisted treatment (MAT). It's one of just 23 facilities in Ohio (1.8 percent) to offer an opioid treatment program. Acute detox services are available at Maryhaven's Addiction Stabilization Center in downtown Columbus.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Upon admission, clients participate in a comprehensive assessment to determine the appropriate level of care. Outpatient programs utilize cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and can last anywhere from 12 weeks to six months. They include group therapy, relapse prevention training, and skill-building workshops, along with family counseling.
In addition to a group just for women (which is offered in less than half (43 percent) of all Ohio treatment facilities), there's a gambling intervention program and a specialized program for clients with co-occurring disorders, which may include medication management.
Staff include physician addiction specialists and nurse practitioners, as well as adult and adolescent psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Alumni surveyed by Rehabs.com gave Maryhaven mixed feedback. Of the 11 alumni asked whether they would recommend the facility, six said they would, two said that they would not, and three remained neutral.
The facility earned its highest ratings for its cleanliness and its staff, which former clients described as compassionate and educated. "The counselors are great!" wrote S.J.H. in a representative review.
Staff’s level of training and experience: 3.6/5
Feedback was less enthusiastic for the rehab's counseling options and holistic offerings, and two alumni specifically noted a need for more exercise opportunities.
Counseling options: 2.9/5
Exercise and leisure activities: 2.7/5
On Google, Maryhaven's Columbus campus earned an average rating of four out of five stars based on 20 reviews. While the majority of former clients reported that the program was very helpful ("It's a great place if you are willing to get help," Daylisha wrote in a representative review), a few outliers complained about poor customer service.
The Columbus facility also fared well on its Facebook page (which it has the ability to manage), where it earned an average rating of 4.3 out of five stars based on 57 reviews.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Reviews from friends and family were mostly positive, and the majority of respondents polled by Rehabs.com to date liked the staff and reported feeling included in their loved one's treatment process.
Family participation: 3.7/5
Staff’s level of training and experience: 3.9/5
"Employees are very nice and answer all questions I had regarding my family member that was admitted," wrote an anonymous family member in a representative review.
Loved ones also praised the program for its helpful aftercare, its on-site psychiatrists and psychologists, and its affordability.
There is currently no information provided on the facility's website regarding its costs; however, the eight alumni polled by Rehabs.com rated affordability highly.
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