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Leora Behavioral Health offers a comprehensive addiction treatment program to help you get your life back on track. Our trained professionals will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your unique needs. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, reach out to Leora Behavioral Health today.
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What do I need to bring with me to the assessment?
When you come for your assessment please bring your ID and insurance card. We also need a current list of your medications and a copy of your discharge plan.
How long does outpatient treatment last?
Outpatient addiction treatment varies in length depending on the individual’s needs, the severity of their addiction, their progress in treatment, and the specific program they are in. Generally, outpatient treatment can last from a few weeks to several months or even longer. This duration is flexible and tailored to the individual’s needs to ensure they receive the appropriate level of care and support.
Outpatient treatment is an overarching term that includes several different levels of care, all of which do not require a residential stay. The levels of care in outpatient treatment typically include:
- Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP): This is the most intensive level of outpatient care. In a PHP, individuals may spend five to seven days per week at the treatment facility, typically for five to six hours each day. This level of care is often used as a step-down from residential or inpatient care, or for individuals with severe symptoms who still have a stable living environment. Programs at this level provide medical monitoring, therapy, and counseling. The length of a PHP can vary but is typically several weeks.
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): IOPs typically involve meeting for a few hours a day, three to five days a week. This level of care allows individuals to participate in their daily activities, such as work or school, outside of treatment hours. IOPs provide group and individual therapy, and may also offer other forms of treatment. The length of IOPs can range from a few weeks to several months, depending on the individual’s progress and needs.
- Outpatient Program (OP): This is the least intensive level of outpatient care. Individuals in an OP typically attend treatment sessions one to three times per week, for one to two hours per session. This level of care is often used as a step-down from an IOP, or for individuals with mild symptoms or who are in the maintenance stage of recovery. Outpatient programs offer therapy and counseling, and may also provide other forms of treatment such as medication management. The length of an outpatient program can also vary widely, from a few weeks to several months or even longer.
These programs allow individuals to receive treatment while still living at home and participating in their everyday lives. They also provide a more gradual transition from intensive treatment to regular life, which can help individuals maintain their recovery in the long term. It’s important to note that the specific structure and duration of these programs can vary depending on the treatment center and the individual’s specific needs. Always consult with a healthcare provider or treatment professional for the most accurate information.
What are the operating hours of Leora?
Leora is open from Monday to Thursday between 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, on Fridays between 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, and on Saturdays between 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
How can I get admitted to drug rehab in Columbus?
You can contact Leora by calling 380-500-5030 or by filling out our contact form. Our physical address is 5432 N High St, Columbus, OH 43214.
How is Leora different from other addiction treatment centers in Columbus, Ohio?
Leora offers a full continuum of outpatient care that can be customized to each individual’s specific needs and circumstances. The treatment programs allow individuals to receive the necessary support and care while maintaining their daily lives. We focus on providing a supportive and caring environment where clients can feel safe and accepted as they work toward recovery.
Can I smoke while in the program?
Leora has a designated smoking area. You can also discuss nicotine cessation with our Nurse Practitioner if you would
like to quit smoking during your time in treatment.
Do you provide medication assisted treatment (MAT) for substance use disorder?
Yes. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), now frequently known as Medications for Addiction Treatment, is an approach that many patients opt for to kick-start their recovery journey. MAT is an evidence-based practice that uses medication in conjunction with counseling and behavioral therapies to provide a holistic approach to substance use disorder treatment.