Top 15 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Lorain, OH & Free Treatment Resources

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From 2015 to 2020, Lorain, Ohio, saw a 104% increase in drug-induced deaths.1 If you are one of the many Cleveland-area residents who misuse substances, treatment from an accredited drug or alcohol rehab in Lorain could save your life. The city and nearby areas are home to more than 25 addiction treatment centers offering detox support, inpatient rehab, and outpatient treatment programs.2 Most recovery centers in and near the seat of the most populous city in Lorain County take private or public health insurance, and about a dozen offer reduced or free treatment for qualifying individuals.

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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Lorain, OH

Substance abuse data gathered by the Ohio Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention highlights the following drug- and alcohol-use data in Lorain County:1,3,4,5

Levels of Addiction Treatment

Here are the various levels of addiction treatment you’ll want to consider.

Professional Detox

Suddenly quitting drugs and alcohol often results in painful and even dangerous withdrawal symptoms. Professional detox can help manage these symptoms and keep you safe and comfortable while you go through withdrawal.

Residential Alcohol and Drug Rehab

The most structured and intensive setting, you live at the facility for a month to several months, depending on your needs. This option may be beneficial for those with a severe addiction or those who have previously dropped out of outpatient treatment.

Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHPs)

A step down from residential, PHPs involve a high frequency of care that is similar to inpatient except you return home during non-treatment hours.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs)

A step down from a PHP, IOPs involve several hours of treatment per day, for three to five days per week.

Standard Outpatient

The least intensive option, standard outpatient, involves just a few hours of treatment per week. It may only be appropriate for someone with a mild addiction, strong support system, and strong motivation to quit.

Aftercare

When you near the end of your program, you’ll collaborate with your treatment team on creating an aftercare plan that will help you stay sober even when transitioning back into your everyday life.

How to Pay for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Ohio

There are many ways to finance the cost of drug rehab in order to get the help you need.

Private Insurance

Thanks to the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, every insurance provider must cover substance abuse treatment to some extent. Contact your health insurance provider directly to learn more about your specific plan and its coverage.

Ohio Medicaid

Ohio Medicaid, a government program for low-income people, covers some or all of drug addiction treatment, including inpatient, outpatient, PHPs, and beyond.

Medicare

Ohio Medicare, a government program providing coverage to people 65 and older, covers alcohol and drug rehab as well as screening and assessments.

TRICARE in Ohio

Ohio TRICARE, a government program providing coverage for veterans and military personnel, covers some or all of the cost of substance abuse treatment services.

Sliding Scale Payments

Sliding scale rehabs are a great option for those looking to reduce the financial burden of rehab. They offer discounted drug rehab based on a person’s income and financial situation.

IHS-Funded Drug Rehabs

These rehabs receive funding from the Indian Health Service and in turn are able to provide no-cost addiction treatment to Native peoples.

Traveling to and Within Lorain, OH

lorain ohioWhether you’re thinking about traveling to Lorain for treatment or wish to visit someone who’s working through inpatient rehab in the city, here’s what you should know:6, 7, 8

  • The closest major airport is Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, which is a 35-minute drive east of Lorain.
  • Lorain has a couple of national-chain hotels, but you’ll find several more lodging options within a few miles of the city in Elyria, Avon, and Westlake.
  • You’ll need some form of vehicle transportation to get around as most of Lorain isn’t pedestrian or bicycle friendly.
  • If you need public transportation, Lorain County Transit operates four fixed bus routes that can take you throughout the city and into neighboring towns.
  • On-demand ridesharing services are available in Lorain, including taxi service, Lyft, and Uber.
  • Downtown Lorain features several local eateries, shops, and a couple of art galleries that are worth checking out.
  • Nearby Lake Erie, Rowland Nature Preserve, Vermillion River Reservation Mill Hollow, and several public parks offer opportunities for outdoor fun.
  • Local attractions include the Carnegie Center Museum, the Moore House Museum, Lorain Lighthouse, and the Lorain Palace Theatre. Cleveland is about 30 miles away and offers endless opportunities for entertainment, too.

Ohio Substance Misuse and Overdose Laws

Here are some relevant and important Ohio drug and alcohol laws:1

Ohio Addiction Discrimination Laws: Employees are able to request time off work to attend addiction treatment and employers are required to provide reasonable accommodation to them, as long as the employee’s absence won’t cause hardship for the company.

Ohio Naloxone Access Law: Anyone can purchase naloxone at a pharmacy without a prescription.

Ohio Good Samaritan Overdose Law: Much like other states, this law provides protection from drug-related prosecution for those who call 911 when someone is overdosing. Unlike other states, the person must seek screening and referral for addiction treatment within 30 days of calling 911. They also won’t get immunity if they’ve already sought immunity twice under this law.

Resources

  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. CDC Wonder Online Database. (2021). Underlying Cause of Death, 1999-2020 Results, Deaths occurring through 2020.
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). FindTreatment.gov.
  3. Ohio Department of Health. (n.d.). Emergency Department Visits for Suspected Drug Overdose Among Ohio Residents Ages 11 Years and Older.
  4. Ohio Department of Health. (2020). 2020 Ohio Drug Overdose Data: Demographic Summary.
  5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2022). PLACES: Local Data for Better Health, Place Data 2022 Release.
  6. Lorain County Ohio. (n.d.). Fixed Bus Route Information.
  7. Lorain County Ohio. (2022, April 11). Lorain County Transit Bus Stop Locations.
  8. Lorain County Ohio. (n.d.). Facilities.

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Libby Pelligrini, MMS, PA-C
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Libby Pellegrini, MMS, PA-C, is a professionally-trained physician assistant. She has worked in numerous emergency healthcare settings, ranging from the rural United States to large metropolitan areas. Her experience helping patients suffering from acute crises related to intoxication and substance use disorders informs her passion for addiction medicine.