Intensive Outpatient Therapy
Northeast Ohio Applied Health's Intensive Treatment program is designed for people diagnosed with alcohol or other drug dependency and assessed as needing a highly structured program to support the recovery process.
Many clients in this program have had previous treatment, multiple life problems including more than one arrest, employment, health and relationship issues. Clients may also have significant denial of their alcohol or drug problem.
Intensive outpatient group sessions are five to seven days a week. Successful participants at graduation receive a certificate of completion.
Individual Case Management
To support the recovery progress, Northeast Ohio Applied Health (NOAH) offers individual case management to clients who are experiencing difficulty with housing, medical care, education, or other basic needs. NOAH will help link clients to local community and government resources for assistance, as well as drug court support and advocacy.