When individuals with Substance Use Disorder seek treatment, it is soon discovered the “one-size-fits-all” option does not apply. Treatment is different for everyone and will vary depending on the types of substances used, other health conditions, and severity of their illnesses. Treatment includes a wide variety of evidence-based approaches which include: Hospital/Residential Programs, Intensive Outpatient Programs, Outpatient Programs, Detoxification, Opioid Treatment Programs, Office-Based Opioid Treatment, Individual Counseling.
After an individual’s treatment period, he or she often begin a journey of recovery. Such as treatment, there are many paths to recovery, and finding the right fit for each person is key. Recovery is a process of change for an individual to improve their health and reach their full potential.
Morrow County agencies continue to work together to bring effective treatment and recovery services to residents in the community. The Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Service Board mission is: shall in partnership with our community; plan, develop, evaluate, and provide for high quality, cost effective, appropriate mental health and substance use treatment and prevention services that are accessible to the residents of Delaware and Morrow Counties.
Please call HELPLINE at 2-1-1 or 800-684-2324 for more information. HELPLINE is a 24-hour Crisis Hotline, Information, Referral and Prevention Service.
Please see the Additional Resources section below for local treatment and recovery information.