Alcohol and drug abuse is widespread – many of us have either personally struggled with the disease or know of someone who has. For someone battling substance abuse or addiction, hope for a better tomorrow makes all the difference in the world!
At Meridian HealthCare, our treatment options and recovery programs are designed to be unique for each individual, no matter their age or circumstance.
The path to recovery is different for everyone, but with Meridian, recovery is possible. Substance use disorders and mental health issues affect people from all walks of life, and our experienced, compassionate staff work with you to find the treatment that best fits your individual addiction recovery.
Our Addiction Treatment and Recovery Centers Build Hope
Meridian’s rehab programs are so successful because they cover the full spectrum of options while addressing underlying causes. Treatment services can include low-intensity educational groups, outpatient treatment, inpatient treatment, relapse prevention (aftercare) and drug testing.
Levels of Care for Addiction Treatment
Mental Health Counseling
Mental health support can include outpatient cognitive behavioral therapy, individual counseling, family therapy and more.
Withdrawal Management (DETOX)
Meridian’s detox centers support individuals throughout detoxification by providing 24-hour medical care, peer support and more.
Residential Treatment Services
Structured residential rehab facilities are available for men and women seeking sober living.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment Programs
Outpatient options provide recovery support while promoting abstinence.
Medication-Assisted Treatment Programs
MAT services are utilized for individuals seeking freedom from opioid addiction.
Our treatment centers focus on alcohol abuse, drug addiction, prescription drug abuse and a variety of other addictions. Meridian HealthCare has spent decades building a network of services that deliver hope and healing. When you’re ready, so are we!
Insurance Coverage and Support for Our Rehab Centers
Meridian’s alcohol and drug rehab centers accept Medicaid, private health insurance plans and self-pay for drug addiction treatment. (Self-pay is based on a sliding scale according to your income eligibility.)
For more information about whether your insurance provider covers these types of treatment, contact your plan and ask about your insurance coverage. We are more than happy to help with questions, too! Some individuals without a payer source may qualify for a limited amount of funds, based on their location, as well.
Give Meridian HealthCare A Call Today!
Meridian HealthCare is proud to be the area’s premier integrated health system for addiction treatment programs, primary care, chiropractic treatment, acupuncture and behavioral health services.
Accredited by the Joint Commission, one of the most respected names in healthcare, Meridian works to continuously evolve as the concept of integrative care becomes the benchmark for healthcare providers worldwide.
Whether you’re searching for an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for rehab from drug/alcohol addiction, a primary care doctor, dual diagnosis treatment, medication-free pain relief, or a listening ear for yourself or a loved one, Meridian HealthCare is here! The power of care is nothing without hope. And every service we offer is created with true healing in mind. Find YOUR hope at Meridian.
How many people live in New Springfield Ohio?
With 359 people, New Springfield is the 893rd most populated city in the state of Ohio out of 1,263 cities.
What county is New Springfield Ohio in?
Are there two Springfield’s in Ohio?
According to the U.S. Geological Survey there are currently 34 populated places named Springfield in 25 U.S. states, including five in Wisconsin; additionally, there are at least 36 Springfield Townships, including 11 in Ohio.
Directions From New Springfield, Ohio to Meridian Healthcare
1. Get on I-680 N in Beaver Township from OH-165 W and OH-626 N (4.4 mi)
2. Follow I-680 N to N Meridian Rd in Austintown. Take exit 2 from I-680 N (14.1 mi)
3. Merge onto N Meridian Rd (0.8 mi)