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That tradition continues today.

We understand that many women need care and basic life necessities. That’s why we act as an anchor and a navigator. We ground you in essential services whether you’re a mom or mom-to-be, determined to find housing, food and transportation or dedicated to advancing your education or employability.

And we guide you. Our comprehensive care serves you no matter where you are on your recovery journey. Count on us when needing intensive in-patient care to celebrating key milestones such as reuniting with family, re-entering the workforce or moving into recovery housing, rebounding from relapse or planning to thrive as an out-patient living independently.

We meet you where you are.

Get Help Now Call (614) 445-8131 For emergencies, call (614) 000-0000

SERVICES FOR WOMEN

Stabilization

Addiction Stabilization Center – For women experiencing overdose, relapse or other health crises related to substance abuse, this state-of-the-art emergency care center stabilizes patients and prepares them for treatment.

Outpatient Services

Outpatient Therapies – Our outpatient clinicians provide a broad range of expert care, undertaking comprehensive assessments, offering cognitive behavioral therapy (University of Cincinnati curriculum), overseeing medically assisted treatments, and connecting you to other needed community resources that reinforce recovery. Programs vary in length from 12 weeks to six months.

Women of Color

Women live in communal home-like settings with their children as they build the skills and confidence to be more self-sufficient, find jobs, continue their education and/or secure housing. Choose from The Aster Program, our original Women’s Program which began in 1953 and is located on our suburban campus and The AYA Program uniquely designed for women of color.

Homeless Services

Services For those on the Streets – Because women often find themselves “living off the land” due to the severity of their mental illness or addiction, Maryhaven Outreach team travels the community encouraging people to find housing and treatment. Our Engagement Center provides temporary year-round refuge for up to 13 women nightly who are publicly inebriated homeless adults transported to us by our outreach workers or by safety officers

Maryhaven’s team at the Commons at Chantry collaborates with the Community Shelter Board’s Rebuilding Lives network to assist formerly homeless women and families in achieving sobriety, rebuilding their lives and securing stable housing.

Co-Occurring Disorders

Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment Team (IDDT) – More than a third of people with addiction disorders experience some kind of co-occurring mental illness. This is often depression or anxiety or it may be another form of addiction.

Our multidisciplinary team combines pharmacological, psychological, educational and social interventions to address co-occurring disorders while treating the issue that first brought you to our doors. Our goal is to help you overcome all barriers and achieve a healthy, balanced life.

Family Care

Family Care – Because loved ones need to heal too, we prioritize reuniting women with their families, and we support this process with parenting education and childcare. These groups foster and rebuild relationships and support for the recovery process in ways that heal the patient and the entire family. They can be instrumental no matter where you are on your path to recovery.

Inpatient

Inpatient Care – Women begin to heal in a highly protected environment. They learn the facts about addiction disorders and tools to get and stay sober. They can immerse themselves in group and individual counseling, therapeutic recreation, medical and nutritional interventions, Alcoholics Anonymous and other self-help groups. If ready, women can invite their families to learn more about their disease, and, if possible, to actively support their recovery.

Pregnant Women

Stable Cradle – Created in partnership with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, we promote healthy moms and babies and foster strong familial bonds. This means offering an array of personalized resources, including outpatient mentors as well as prenatal, birthing, and postnatal care accessible to English and Spanish-speaking women.

Family Recovery Housing

Women’s Extended Care Programs – Through these specialized, holistic programs, more than 2,100 women have reclaimed their lives from the chaos of addiction and mental illness.

Women live in communal home-like settings with their children as they build the skills and confidence to be more self-sufficient, find jobs, continue their education and/or secure housing. Choose from The Aster Program, our original Women’s Program which began in 1953 and is located on our suburban campus and The AYA Program uniquely designed for women of color.

Mental Health Treatment and Co-Occurring Disorders

Mental Health Treatment – Maryhaven’s team of skilled professionals brings together 12 physician addiction specialists, eight fully licensed psychiatrists (adult and adolescent specialists) five nurse practitioners and many psychologists, social workers and counsel to diagnose and treat specific mental health or psychiatric disorders through medications, individual, group and family counseling.

We provide expert guidance whether disorders surface as a single issue or co-occur in combination with an addiction. We understand that depression, anxiety or panic disorders, post-traumatic stress and/or attention-deficit/hyperactivity may severely disrupt mood, behavior and relationships and trigger “self-medicating” responses.

Gambling

Gambling Intervention Program – The only addiction not associated with a specific substance like alcohol or drugs, gambling can change the brain and affect behavior just like any other disorder.

Many women fall prey to this disease because of underlying depression or loneliness. Whether treated on an in-patient or out-patient basis, through group or individual therapy or in combination with another disorder like alcoholism, Maryhaven is respected as one of Ohio’s best and most effective gambling addiction treatment providers.

For more information, visit our One More Chance website or call 614-324-5425 (during business hours) or Ohio’s 24-hour Gambling Helpline at 1-800-589-9966.

Medically Assisted Treatment

Medically Assisted Treatment – For adult women struggling to be free of opioids, medication can reduce or eliminate cravings that lead to relapse. Maryhaven emphasizes a motivational therapeutic approach combined with daily medication services for either Buprenorphine (Suboxone), Methadone, and Vivitrol. Our comprehensive care starts with medical and clinical assessments, ongoing appointments with nurses and caregivers, mediation management and individual or group counseling.

Continuing Recovery Support

Maryhaven partners with community organizations to provide for ongoing recovery support. Upon completion of treatment women are linked with the appropriate resources to continue their recovery.

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