Addiction & Substance Use
Struggling with drug or alcohol addiction? Recovery is possible! OneEighty offers residential and outpatient drug and alcohol addiction treatment. You are not alone. We support you.
Call us today: 330-264-8498
Addiction and Substance Use Services
Substance Use Counseling
OneEighty’s substance use counseling program provides individual, group, and family counseling for individuals struggling because of alcoholism or drug use. Substance use treatment services include crisis intervention, couples and family therapy, case management, intensive outpatient services, drug court program and relapse prevention.
Intensive Addiction Treatment Programs
OneEighty offers two intensive outpatient addiction treatment programs. CHOICES is designed to treat individuals struggling with chemical dependency in an outpatient setting. CADET is a similar substance use treatment program offered to inmates at the Wayne County Justice Center. Both programs include clinical evaluations, treatment for chemical dependency, therapy, and aftercare services.
Group Addiction Treatment
OneEighty offers a wide range of group therapy opportunities for clients. With a ratio of one counselor to no more than 12 individuals, these interventions have proven to be effective addiction treatment options. Our group treatment options are based on client needs.
Call our office (330-264-8498) for the most up-to-date information about topics and meeting times.
Substance Use Crisis Hotline/ Treatment Navigator
Substance Use Crisis Hotline/Treatment Navigator is a service available 24 hours per day, 365 days per year when encountering substance use crisis. The service can can be used both for individuals in need of detox services as well as individuals or family members who need a referral for substance use disorder treatment. The call is operated by a rotating group of clinicians and nurses that can assist in identifying the appropriate program and level of care in which the individual should be referred to. Funded by the State Opioid Response grant.
Substance Use Crisis Hotline 330.466.0678
Medical Services were formed in 2010. Initially restricted to Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), the department grew in 2018, when OneEighty added a medical director, Dr. Nicole T. Labor, and a full-time staff. MAT, which is still offered at OneEighty, is a well-documented evidence-based option that may be offered to individuals suffering from opioid and alcohol dependence. OneEighty follows the chronic care model, using the 6 dimensions of ASAM (American Society of Addiction Medicine), clients are assessed for severity of each dimension and then a treatment plan is initiated accordingly.
Medication Assisted Treatment
The Medication Assisted Therapy program at OneEighty helps individuals suffering from an opiate addiction to safely and comfortably go through withdrawal with a decrease in cravings and, with proper dosing, no withdrawal symptoms. This substance use treatment program is paired with counseling support for a successful recovery.
Our medication assisted addiction treatment program is led by Dr. Nicole Labor, our Medical Director. Dr. Labor is an addictionologist with specialized training to prescribe and administer Suboxone®, Subutex® and Vivitrol® for cases where this treatment is deemed beneficial. OneEighty also offers “The Bridge Device,” a neuro-stimulator placed near one’s ear that assists with the pain and discomfort of opiate withdrawal.
Partial Hospitalization Program
Designed for individuals with moderate to severe substance use disorder, OneEighty’s Partial Hospitalization Program offers a level of care between intensive outpatient and residential treatment.
Participants can join the 20-hour per week program at any time after insurance approval and completing an assessment.
For more information about our drug rehab hospitalization program, call us at 330-264-8498.
The residential addiction treatment services offered by OneEighty are designed to treat individuals suffering from chemical dependency in a residential addiction treatment center setting. In addition to providing substance use treatment, these recovery assistance programs offer clients the tools that will help them achieve long-term sobriety so they can transition back into the community as stable, self-sufficient citizens.
Substance Use Crisis Hotline (Wayne and Holmes counties) access a trained clinician for you or someone you know encountering a substance use crisis: 330-466-0678.
Pathway Program: Pathway Program at the Noble House is a residential treatment facility for men ages 18 and over, with accommodations available for fathers and their children.
Women's Residential Treatment Center (WRTC): WRTC is a residential treatment facility for women ages 18 and over, with accommodations available for mothers and their children.
Transitional Housing: OneEighty provides homes for individuals who have successfully completed a residential treatment program and need an environment that is alcohol- and drug-free with peer support.
Please contact OneEighty’s main office at 330-264-8498 for more information.
OneEighty’s recovery housing program serves as a transitional living program for individuals seeking supportive and affordable recovery housing. With houses available in Wayne County and Holmes County, Ohio, these recovery facilities are available to individuals seeking to lead a sober lifestyle, continue building a sober support network and working on improving life skills to lead a sober and productive life.
What is Peer Recovery?
Peer Recovery Support Services enable individuals to work with peer recovery coaches to get through and avoid the many challenges ahead of them. Recovery coaches have lived experience and first-hand knowledge of dealing with and overcoming many of life’s challenges, and openly share their personal stories of struggle and success to help others on their journey to recovery. Specialists speak openly about their struggles and experiences on their road to recovery.
How you can benefit:
Peer Recovery Support Services is a philosophy of self-direction, choice, and empowerment. Benefits of this approach are many, and yet different for each individual. Learning how to avoid and endure the many obstacles during the journey of substance use treatment and recovery are but a few of the many benefits. Knowing you don’t have to do it alone is a key benefit for everyone.
Recovery Assistance Hotline (Wayne and Holmes counties) access to a certified peer recovery coach for you or someone you know who is in recovery for substance use and addiction: 330-464-1423.
Interested in becoming a Certified Peer Recovery Supporter?
If you would like to talk with a Peer Supporter to find out what it’s like, please call 330-264-8498 and ask for Peer Recovery Support Services. If you want to learn more and apply for training/certification, click here to go to the OhioMHAS site for Peer Recovery Support.
Addiction treatment patients who are appropriate for buprenorphine (Suboxone, Zubsolv, and Bunavail) will be evaluated and a decision made in collaboration with the patient, physician and treatment team as to when medication will be started.
“I knew that I needed some help to overcome this drinking issue that was having a very negative impact on my marriage and in my life. I felt at peace with making the call to OneEighty. In my first appointment, I learned that I did have an alcohol problem, I started with individual counseling and then couples counseling with my wife. I am very thankful for the support my wife and my counselor provided me throughout the start of recovery. I am grateful that OneEighty is here for us.”
- Nick -
“A single mom of two girls had been struggling with prescription opiates, she was unemployed and living with her elderly mother. She was a self-referral for our MAT (Suboxone) program. In two years she completed our IOP/Aftercare program, continued individual therapy and, successfully tapered from Suboxone. While in our programming she learned the necessary tools for a successful recovery. She faced many obstacles along the way, requiring assistance from many different agencies. She was able to secure full-time employment, obtain permanent housing for her and her daughters”
- OneEighty Medical Department Staff -
“Recovery gave my life back. I have my recovery and self-esteem back.”
- Jessica previous client of OneEighty -
Addiction and Substance Treatment Team
Dr. Nicole T. Labor, DO
Jaimee Harpster MS, LPCC-S
Clinical Detoxification and Substance Use Hotline Coordinator
Melinda Kauffman, LPN, LCDC II
Nursing Care Coordinator
Medical Residential Liaison
MAT Recovery Coach
Piper Davidson, LPCC-S
Justice Services Manager
Kathleen Fox, Ph.D.
Chemical Dependency Counselor
Lynn Layfield, LISW-S, MSW
Residential Clinical Supervisor
Lance Darling-Mellott, LPC
Alex Morris, LPCC-S
Outpatient Service Manager
Dawn Peters, LPC
Abigail Russell, IMFT,LPCC,CDCA
Outpatient Counselor Team Leader
Tina Tabler, LICDC, LPC
IOP Counselor Coordinator