what are the different types of treatment?

OUTPATIENT care involves health or mental health care within the community. What this generally will look like is you will go to a provider for your visit, which might include seeing a prescriber for medication, a nurse for a check-up, or another professional for counseling or help. They work with you to create your recovery plan.

INPATIENT care means you are admitted to a hospital on a doctor’s order. In general, inpatient care usually involves a short hospital stay, but can be long-term depending on what you need.

MAT Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of FDA-approved medication, usually in combination with therapy and recovery supports, for the treatment of opioid addiction or substance use. Physicians prescribe a medication based on a patient’s specific medical needs and other factors.

RESIDENTIAL treatment (sometimes called rehab) is a live-in health care facility providing therapy for mental health and/or substance use.

WITHDRAWAL MANAGEMENT, sometimes called detox, is done under the care of medical and mental health professionals.  Patients are monitored by medical professionals, increasing safety and comfort levels for people undergoing the painful symptoms and potential medical complications that may result from ending substance use. At times, medications can be administered to ease the process and reduce the strong cravings for the substance that typically are experienced at this point.

Local Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment Providers


Family Life Counseling & Psychiatric services

Comprehensive mental health and addiction outpatient services for adults and youth, including assessments, counseling, and case management services. School-based counseling and prevention services are also offered. Clients may be referred or self-admit. FLC accepts all payer sources.



Mental health services for all ages and comprehensive programs for substance abuse, psychiatric services, vocational rehabilitation, prevention services, educational programs and crisis intervention including a 24-hour crisis helpline 800-826-1306. Medication Assisted Treatment is available. Clients may be referred or self-admit. Firelands accepts all payer sources and offers financial assistance.

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Oriana House offers two comprehensive substance abuse treatment programs in Huron County. Northwest Ohio Behavior & Reporting Services (NO BARS) is a court-ordered treatment program for women and men. Rigel Recovery Services is a substance abuse treatment program open to the public for self-referrals. Medication Assisted Treatment is available. Oriana House accepts all payer sources.

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Northwest Ohio Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment Providers

Mental Health & Substance Use Disorder

Arrowhead Behavioral Health — Outpatient, Inpatient, MAT, Residential
1725 Timber Line Road, Maumee (Lucas County)

Coleman Professional Services — Outpatient, Residential, Community Support
799 Main St., Lima (Allen County)
Locations: Allen, Auglaize, Hardin, Jefferson, Mahoning, Portage, Stark, Summit, Trumbull Counties

Family Life Counseling & Psychiatric Services — Outpatient
34 Woodlawn Ave., Norwalk (Huron County)

Firelands Counseling & Recovery Services — Outpatient, MAT
292 Benedict Ave., Norwalk (Huron County)
Locations: Erie, Huron, Lorain, Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca, Wyandot Counties

St. Rita’s Medical Center – Mercy Health — Outpatient, Inpatient
730 W. Market St., Lima (Allen County)

Zepf Center — Outpatient, MAT, Residential, Community Support
219 S. Church St., Bowling Green (Wood County)
Locations: Bowling Green, Toledo (Lucas County)


Substance Use Disorder Treatment Only

Joshua Treatment Center — Outpatient, MAT, Residential, Community Support
Lima Urban Minority Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Outreach Program
350 N. Irwin Road, Holland (Lucas County)

Oriana House, Inc. — Outpatient, MAT, Community Support
12 E. Main Street, Norwalk (Huron County)

Northwest Ohio Detox Centers

Erie County Community Health Center

Sandusky, 419-624-3353


St. Rita’s Detox

Lima, 855-438-5681

Blanchard Valley Hospital (Emergency Medical Stabilization)

Findlay, 567-429-7837


Arrowhead Behavioral Health

Maumee, 419-891-9333


Community Linkage (Medically Managed Withdrawal Program)

Lima, 567-242-6047