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    What is our approach to OTP?
    Maryhaven provides a long-term, voluntary personalized opioid treatment protocol that follows a Motivational Stepped Care Approach. This means patients start with less intensive services that only become more frequent or intensive if necessary.

    Treatment starts with daily medication and weekly outpatient counseling. Our clinicians counsel patients in relapse prevention and coping skills while also identifying trauma or other mental health needs. Patients needing additional services may enter Maryhaven’s residential or intensive outpatient programs while still receiving their preferred opioid treatment medication. Those who demonstrate sustained progress and program compliance may shift to take-home medication and less frequent counseling.

    We accept most insurance plans, including Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance. And, thanks to the Franklin County Alcohol Drug and Mental Health Board, all Franklin County residents may receive care, regardless of their ability to pay.

    How can Maryhaven help you or a loved one with opioid addiction?
    We offer:
    — Clinical and Medical Assessments
    — Individual and Group Counseling, Case Management, Urine Drug Screening
    — Referrals for mental health counseling, psychiatric services, and trauma-related services
    — Medication-Assisted Services, including Methadone, Suboxone and Vivitrol

    How can I start?
    You can walk in to our Central Intake department at 1430 S. High Street, 4th floor, in Columbus anytime between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday-Friday. Our team will help you fill out admission forms and conduct medical and clinical assessments. Be ready to share your medical history and complete a urine screen and blood test. We will then discuss your treatment options and set your first appointment. The process may take 2-4 hours.

    We also welcome Guest Dosing and Transfers.
    Dosing is available at 1791 Alum Creek Dr., Columbus, OH 43207
    — Monday-Friday from 6-11 a.m.
    — Saturday from 8-10 a.m.
    — Closed Sunday
    — Learn more about Guest Dosing and Transfers here

    For more information, contact:
    OTP Clinic: 614-445-8131, ext. 208
    Central Intake: 614-445-8131, ext. 306
    OTP Fax line: 614-545-0238

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