Treatment & Programs
Out detox program is designed for individuals who want to safely taper off opioids.
STEP 1: STABILIZE
The 5-day outpatient detox program allows clients to seek treatment at our facility during the day and return to the comfort of their own home at night. Clients can continue to work, with fewer disruptions of day-to-day responsibilities, while still getting the addiction treatment they need.
Program Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm - Lunch is provided.
Our team will tailor a personalized detox plan to meet each client's specific needs. Comfort medications may be administered to help lessen withdrawal symptoms and reduce cravings. Throughout the week, our clients will be monitored by licensed medical professionals. Clients may begin to transition to long-term support during their week of detox.
STEP 2: LONG-TERM SUPPORT
Once safely detoxed, we design a long-term support plan to ensure our client's success. Individualized plans may include one or more of the following options:
Medication Assisted Treatment: We offer a variety of optional services for any client interested. This includes Vivitrol, Suboxone, and Sublocade. We will handle all the necessary paperwork to get Vivitrol approved by the client’s insurance company.
Mental Health or Substance Use Services: Our team is skilled in all types of individual and group support. No waiting list for clients already participating in outpatient detox.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP): Our most intensive level of outpatient treatment. Addresses addiction, life skills, new ways of coping with problems, and more. This program is offered with or without participation in outpatient detox.
Drug Court is typically the first place for intervention when a client has been convicted of a crime involving substance abuse. Drug Court offers an opportunity to achieve sobriety AND avoid jail time by completing an intensive outpatient treatment program.
This year-long intensive outpatient treatment program provides multiple levels of care including relapse prevention programs.
Drug court is comprised of three phases:
- Intensive Outpatient program – three times per week for three hours
- Outpatient program – two times per week for two hours
Outpatient Drug Court programs currently available:
- Intensive outpatient programs
- Adult outpatient programs
- Relapse prevention
- Family sessions
- Individual sessions
The Drug Court Program is certified by Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and accredited by The Joint Commission.
Butler County Drug Court is a member of The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP).
Non-Residential Felony Diversion Program
The Day Reporting Center of Butler County offers programming and services for its court-involved, at-risk populations. Our services educate and meet a client’s needs for rehabilitation during probation. This type of rehabilitation can help an individual avoid jail time and can lead to a safer community.
If an individual is on probation and qualifies for the Non-Residential Felony Diversion Program, they may participate in one of the following educational classes or groups:
- Anger management
- Batterers Intervention Group
- New Perspectives Group
- Theft Class
- Chemical Dependency Treatment
- Substance Abuse Education
- Life skills/Corrective Thinking
The Non-Residential Felony Diversion Program currently offers day and evening adult intensive outpatient programs.
The Non-Residential Felony Diversion Program works with clients on a sliding scale fee structure and receives some funding to serve the indigent population of Butler County.
Diversion and Countermeasures
This full-day educational program is geared toward misdemeanor offenses such as open container violations, underage consumption, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The program consists of a screening and a class.