We’re Proud of the Recovery We Support

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You Are a Vital Part of Our Referral Program

At OneEighty, we’re proud of the recovery we support. We know you’re in a position to make critical decisions about helping people find appropriate treatment. And we believe it’s very important that you understand what really happens in our treatment program before you refer clients so that you can trust referring them to OneEighty. We understand you don’t have time to drive around and visit every treatment program in the area, although we would certainly welcome a visit. That’s why we’re making this introduction. And we’ll be offering our Referral Newsletter on a quarterly basis, to keep you up to date on OneEighty’s current programs and services.

Identifying the Need for Recovery

The hardest part of recovery is getting started. An individual may be experiencing negative consequences due to their substance use — whether they’re at risk of losing their job, losing their driving privileges, divorce, losing their children — it doesn’t matter what the crisis is, our job is to work with them to discover the internal motivation to get sober and stay clean. This begins when clients begin to understand that recovery is necessary and achievable, and that every person has their own goals and path to recovery.

OneEighty Offers a Full Continuum of Care

At the heart of all we do you will find a dedicated staff that’s committed to meeting our clients where they are. That means that our team helps each client develop goals and an individualized plan of care. This is something we do extremely well because we offer a full continuum of care.

We are able to provide care for a number of clients on an outpatient basis or through our intensive outpatient program. Our aim is to provide just the right amount of care at the right time, in the least restrictive environment. However, if a client needs residential treatment or detox, we provide that level of care as well. We really try to treat the whole person. Because we offer a continuum of care, we’re able to provide a comprehensive range of support.

For those who have difficulty maintaining abstinence in our programs, we can transfer them to a program that better suits their needs. We offer intensive outpatient three hours a day, three days a week — in the morning, afternoon, and evening so we can accommodate people’s schedules. Partial hospitalization programs are five days a week, four hours a day. With these programs, clients can still live at home and potentially go to work. The real beauty of the continuum of care we offer at OneEighty is that we can adapt our services to meet our clients’ needs. If we have a client in residential treatment and they’re doing quite well, they can step down into partial hospitalization, and eventually step down into intensive outpatient. On the other hand, if they experience a life crisis — suppose their mother dies and they’re hitting a really rough patch, or they relapse — we can move them back up the continuum of care to better meet their needs.

Treatment Modalities that Work

At OneEighty, we pride ourselves on being a state-of-the-art facility and on being early adopters for different types of evidence-based treatment processes that produce positive outcomes. That mean we integrate a number of therapeutic treatments into our partial hospitalization Program and Intensive Outpatient Program, including:

Trauma-Informed Care – a therapeutic approach that acknowledges the need to understand a clients’s life experiences in order to deliver effective care.

Matrix Model – a structured, multi-component behavioral treatment model that consists of evidence-based practices, including relapse prevention, family therapy, group therapy, psychoeducation, and self-help – delivered in a sequential and clinically coordinated manner.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) – a structured, goal-oriented type of talk therapy.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) ­– talk therapy for people who experience emotions very intensely. 

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) – the use of medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies.

12-Step Interventions – assertive community-based treatment integration with an active engagement strategy for relapse prevention and sustainable substance use recovery.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) – mental health treatment technique that involves moving your eyes a specific way while clients process traumatic memories. 

Motivational Interviewing (MI) – an evidence-based treatment that addresses ambivalence to change.

Supportive Housing ­­– including rapid rehousing, transitional recovery housing, and recovery housing.

Your Referral Supports Active Recovery

We try to find the right avenues that support their recovery — so they believe they can be clean and sober and they’re worth having a better life.

Medical ServicesWell-documented evidence-based options that may be offered to individuals suffering from opioid and alcohol dependence.

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) – Takes place Monday through Friday and provides structure and stability for those in early addiction recovery. This 20-hour a week program offers a level of care between intensive outpatient and residential treatment.

Residential Treatment – Pathway for men and our Women’s Residential Treatment Center (WRTC). For those who identify as binary, OneEighty will place clients in their preferred setting. Both programs are staffed 24 hours with additional support provided by professional counselors and Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistants (CDCAs).

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) – Structured, non-residential individualized treatment.

Recovery Housing – Transitional living program for individuals seeking supportive and affordable recovery housing. 

Recovery Coaches – Many of our recovery coaches are clients who have graduated from our programs.  They have a unique understanding of what it takes to help people develop recovery skills to live a healthier, happier life.

Mental Health Services and CounselingWe offer mental health counseling to persons with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and those recovering from trauma. 

Group Addiction Treatment – A wide range of group therapy opportunities offering a ratio of one counselor to no more than 12 individuals. These interventions have proven to be effective addiction treatment options.

Recovery Club – A supportive community offering structured for relapse prevention and encouragement for those in recovery.

How Referral Works at OneEighty

Referrals can start with a simple phone call to the intake team at OneEighty. Our intake team directs clients to right services to support their recovery, and they will help determine what level of individualized care is most appropriate for each client.

Simply download, complete and return our Client Intake Form.

At OneEighty we administer an assessment, or we can accept an assessment if done by a certified addiction provider.

We’re proud to support our clients’ life-changing opportunity to overcome substance use disorder and achieve long-term recovery. We truly value all those who refer our clients; we couldn’t do the important work we do without you.

Helping People Change Direction – OneEighty’s Impact

Client Satisfaction

  • 98% of clients felt OneEighty’s services helped them
  • 97% of clients were satisfied with the quality of care and services

Outpatient Counseling

  • 76% of clients report positive discharge
  • 79% had no new arrests

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

  • 61% of clients reported sobriety 90 days post-discharge
  • 95% had no new arrests

Medical Services

  • 227 clients received medication-assisted treatment with no complications
  • 7 pregnant clients delivered healthy babies

Residential Treatment

  • 176 people received 6,851 days of residential treatment
  • 74% received positive discharges, and 64% reported continuous sobriety 90 days post-discharge

Peer Support

  • 256 clients were provided peer support services
  • 77% of those provided peer recovery services reported continued sobriety 30 days after discharge
  • 51 individuals lived in recovery housing and 87% did not have any further involvement with the criminal justice system.

Walk-In Assessments

Starting on Monday, April 10, 2023, OneEighty Walk-In Assessment Clinics – available days and times below:

  • Monday 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
  • Tuesday 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
  • Wednesday 8:00 am – 10:30 am
  • Thursday 8:00 am – 6:30 pm
  • Friday 9:00 am – 10:30 am

OneEighty Resources

OneEighty offers counseling programs, intensive addiction treatment programs, group addiction treatment, residential services, recovery housing, and peer recovery.

To learn more about the addiction recovery resources available through OneEighty, call us at (330) 264-8498. Call the 24-hour substance use crisis line at 1-330-466-0678 for immediate assistance.

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