Recovery & Relapse Program & Services
Programs & Services
We are an outpatient recovery center dedicated to addressing the needs of women affected by substance use disorder and trauma. Our team provides opportunities for women and their families to take back control over their lives:
physically, emotionally, and economically.
We strive to have an open environment inclusive of cis and trans women and non-binary people comfortable in a space centered around the experiences of women. We also pride ourselves on creating a space that incorporates cultural humility by welcoming various identities, races, and ethnicities.
Our Treatment Approach
Intake and assessment processes
Development of an Individual Treatment Plan
Case management/completion of needs assessment
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)
Outpatient Relapse Prevention/Parenting Education
The women who enter our doors are complex and have faced multiple traumas contributing to their substance use. Using a trauma-integrated model, our addiction counselors help clients learn about their disease, how it developed, and how to cope in a sober environment. Our graduates develop life management skills, parenting skills, and an overall sense of independence and self-sufficiency.
Women’s Recovery Center provides treatment for all women regardless of their ability to pay for services. Fees are on a sliding scale, with most clients asked to pay nothing. Medicaid is accepted and covers the total cost of services.
Women’s Recovery Center is a unique place. We utilize a gender-specific, holistic, trauma-integrated approach to treating substance use disorder and integrating physical health, emotional healing, and family reunification. We recognize the disease as a chronic illness that needs lifelong maintenance. Our welcoming, beautiful space with individualized care is a great combination to help our clients through the recovery process. Our clients that walk through our doors know they have found not just a treatment center but a home to walk through the recovery process.
Assessment & Planning
The phone screening is the first step to initially assess your readiness for intensive outpatient treatment. During this meeting, we gather basic information to prepare you for the assessment.
In-person or Phone
Intake & Assessment
During the assessment our counselor will ask in-depth questions to better determine a diagnosis and confirm intensive outpatient treatment is right for you.
Please bring your ID, Medicaid information, and names of other current providers or caseworkers.
Individualized Treatment Plan
The individualized treatment plan assesses the specific needs of each client. Our counselors will help you set measureable goals and program milestones to keep you on track throughout your recovery journey.
To better support you as a client, our case manager will link you to community resources to address any barriers that you experience while attending the program. These appointments are provided weekly and include resources for housing, employment, mental health, and utilities.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Our Intensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment is certified through the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
( IOP )
Phase I is a four-week program, meeting three times weekly. The curriculum focuses on the disease concept, defense mechanisms used by addicts, denial, and a greater understanding of the consequences caused by their use and behaviors.
( OP )
Phase II is a five-week program, meeting twice weekly. The client creates a relapse prevention plan and gains knowledge, positive coping skills, and responsible and sober life management. In Phase II, clients are encouraged to participate in a five-week Parenting Class to prepare to be a clean and sober parent as the family engages in reunification
Phase III is an eight-week program, meeting once per week. The focus is on building support networks for continued sobriety through self-discovery and journal writing. Once clients graduate from the WRC they are honored at our annual graduation.
Intensive Outpatient Experience
As a client, you will have access to other services we offer as part of your treatment. We promote a well-balanced and healthy life.
Addiction extends beyond the client. In a family dealing with addiction, each member is affected by the growing dysfunction of the dependent person and judgement from their communities.
This therapeutic intervention assists the family of the dependent person to understand their feelings and roles in the family for reunification and to rebuild trust.
Nutrition & Exercise
The Ohio State Extension Service has incorporated a nine hour nutrition segment within the curriculum. Nutrition is imperative to reduce cravings and to replace vitamins and minerals lost during periods of active addiction.
Treat our recreational room like your personal gym! The exercise equipment is also open and encouraged for our clients to use during our open hours.
Child Care Services
Lack of safe childcare is the number one barrier that women face in seeking addiction treatment.
On-site childcare is provided for the mothers engaged in the treatment program who have custody of those children. The on-site care is available for mothers while attending treatment services for their infants beginning at two weeks to
children thirteen years old.
A Peer Supporter is a trained individual who has lived experience with substance use disorder and provides one on one support to peers in recovery, empowering them to make healthier choices.
Our peer supporters provide sobriety support services and inspires hope of recovery from addiction or co-occurring disorders. This includes assisting with the referral process, advocating on behalf of clients if necessary, and serving as a mentor by modeling successful recovery.
We offer parenting classes that run for five weeks per session. Classes are open to the public for $100 a person, or $150 per couple. The classes have an overview of parenting, personal relationship building, and finances.
Our Clothing Closet is filled with gently used clothing for clients and includes all weather wear and work attire. Clients also have access to regular donations of children's items, hygiene products, and snacks.
Care Alliance offers on-site health education for women engaged in treatment. Care Alliance also provides HIV/AIDS on-site testing and pre- and post-counseling. Clients who are diagnosed with opioid addiction can be referred for Medication Assisted Treatment.
LegalWorks operated by James Levin, generally represents clients who are seeking to move beyond long past struggles, and clients whose legal issues stem from economic such as housing matters or driver's license suspension.
We provide three-stage, comprehensive substance use disorder (SUD) treatment programs.