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BrightView Youngstown Addiction Treatment Center

5731.04 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Warren Addiction Treatment Center

5740.63 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Ashtabula Addiction Treatment Center

5743.91 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Marietta Addiction Treatment Center

5763.31 mi Coming Soon

BrightView Dover Addiction Treatment Center

5770.89 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Canton Addiction Treatment Center

5772.45 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Akron Addiction Treatment Center

5776.92 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Zanesville Addiction Treatment Center

5795.58 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Newark Addiction Treatment Center

5816.84 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Newark (North) Addiction Treatment Center

5818.32 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Lancaster Addiction Treatment Center

5824.72 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Mansfield Addiction Treatment Center

5827.93 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Columbus (Westbourne Ave) Addiction Treatment Center

5839.74 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Portsmouth Addiction Treatment Center

5840.48 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Columbus East Addiction Treatment Center

5842.38 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Chillicothe Addiction Treatment Center

5842.5 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Columbus West Addiction Treatment Center

5855.97 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Marion Addiction Treatment Center

5858 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Georgetown, OH Addiction Treatment Center

5890.05 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Wilmington Addiction Treatment Center

5890.22 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Springfield Addiction Treatment Center

5890.89 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Toledo Addiction Treatment Center

5891.57 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Batavia Addiction Treatment Center

5904.68 mi Closes 9:00 pm

BrightView Dayton Addiction Treatment Center

5908.9 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Lima Addiction Treatment Center

5911.06 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Mason Addiction Treatment Center

5913.54 mi Closes 2:00 pm

BrightView Piqua Addiction Treatment Center

5915.99 mi Closes 5:00 pm

BrightView Cincinnati Addiction Treatment Center

5923.55 mi Closes 9:00 pm

BrightView Fairfield Addiction Treatment Center

5927.43 mi Closes 9:00 pm

BrightView Colerain Addiction Treatment Center

5928.39 mi Closes 5:00 pm


BrightView is fighting the opioid epidemic in Ohio by offering people with substance use disorders an alternative to traditional inpatient drug rehab. Medication-assisted treatment is recommended for people with treatment-resistant opioid addiction who are at risk of overdosing. MAT also helps individuals who are undergoing detoxification by easing withdrawal symptoms and reducing the patient’s desire to use opioids.

If you or someone you care about is struggling with an opioid use disorder, reach out to BrightView today.


When an individual is addicted to a substance, the brain is given a feeling of pleasure that we tend to refer to as a “reward.” Our brains release neurochemicals that provide these rewards all of the time, but addictive drugs like opioids amplify this effect by causing a massive release of such chemicals. When this happens repeatedly, it changes the pathways in the brain and modifies how the brain feels satisfaction. In short, it begins to associate the feeling of reward with the use of the substance to which the individual is addicted.

To battle an opioid use disorder at its core, we must “deprogram” the brain. This is where medication-assisted treatment comes into play. MAT can help by supplementing the neurochemicals that are lacking and thus create a sense of reward or satisfaction that does not involve the dangerous, addictive substance.


When MAT is used alongside other treatment modalities – like individual and group therapies, for instance – it can be an extremely effective means of combating substance use disorders. Some of the advantages of this approach include:

  • MAT is safe.
  • Patients are less likely to overdose.
  • Patients tend to say in treatment programs longer.
  • In many cases, patients are less likely to relapse.

Addiction is an insidious, isolating, and destructive disease. It turns families and communities against one another. While you may have attended addiction treatment in the past, our medication-assisted treatment programs are continually evolving based on current research. Our clinical treatment approach to opioid addiction is based on medical research and decades of experience.



Suboxone is a medication provided at many of BrightView’s Ohio centers. The two ingredients of Suboxone are buprenorphine and naloxone. They work together to decrease the severity of withdrawal symptoms and reduce the patient’s reliance on more dangerous substances. It works by blocking the “opioid effect” brought on by drugs like fentanyl, heroin, and carfentanil. Our Suboxone clinics offer a revolutionary way to treat addiction. Suboxone helps people manage the symptoms of opiate withdrawal, cravings and urges to use opiates.


Vivitrol is an extended-release injection that reduces cravings for opioids and alcohol for up to 30 days at a time. This medication also helps prevent relapse. Extended-release naltrexone lasts longer than other treatment options. Anyone who receives a Vivitrol injection should be stable in recovery.  Consuming or using alcohol, opioids, and many over-the-counter medicines within 7 to 14 days of receiving a Vivitrol injection may result in sudden withdrawal symptoms. Patients transitioning from Suboxone or Methadone could be vulnerable to some withdrawal symptoms for up to two weeks. Your medical team at one of BrightView’s Vivitrol clinics will be happy to assist in the customization of your treatment plan.


Methadone is only offered at our Mason, Ohio center.  It is not offered at any of our other Ohio or Kentucky sites.

Methadone is a liquid prescription medication that has been used to help people avoid symptoms of opioid withdrawal and prevent relapse since the 1950s. By stabilizing dopamine production, Methadone allows the patient to safely withdraw (often called detox) from more dangerous opioids by preventing or managing symptoms.

The stable and controlled nature of BrightView Mason’s Methadone maintenance program allows many people facing addiction or chemical dependency to lead productive lives. A dose taken in the morning lasts between 4 and 8 hours. Methadone is an opioid, not a sedative or intoxicant; it relieves the cravings associated with opioid addiction and withdrawal without causing the person to experience an incapacitating “high.”

This long-acting and controllable way to prevent relapse is not without risks. Since Methadone is an opioid, it is extremely habit-forming. An Ohio methadone clinic is only recommended for people with life-threatening, treatment-resistant opioid addictions.


At BrightView, we offer the guidance, strategies, and network people need while they are overcoming addiction. Our approaches to addiction treatment are research-based, community-centered, and mindful. If you would like to learn more about any of our Ohio MAT clinics, feel free to reach out to us by calling 1-833-510-HELP.