A better approach to addiction treatment.
The Advantages of Our Ohio Methadone Clinics
84% of Ohio residents are 30 minutes or less from a BrightView clinic
We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and other forms of insurance
Our team is available 24/7 so you can begin treatment right away
Telehealth options and flexible scheduling work with your life
Medication assisted treatment helps patients stay in treatment longer
Peer recovery support provides help even after treatment
How Methadone Clinics Work
Methadone can be an effective treatment for opioid addiction. Under the supervision of your provider, you’ll come to our clinic once a day for your dosage. When appropriate, you’ll transition to another medication option that involves less time in our clinic.
– Daily Methadone –
Each day, patients enrolled in our methadone program visit their clinic to recieve their medication. Methadone can effectively relieve cravings for those in recovery from opioid addiction.
– Group and Individual Therapy –
Medication is just one part of our comprehensive approach to treatment. Patients also engage in regular group and individual therapy sessions to work through the underlying causes of addiction in a supportive environment.
Ongoing Addiction Treatment
– Stabilization –
Our clinic is there to support you every step of the way as you work towards recovery. Connections to community resources as well as peer recovery supporters can make a difference.
Methadone Clinic Services
During the recovery process, you will benefit from a complementary mix of services.
One-on-one counseling sessions
Community peer group involvement
How Much Does Methadone Treatment Cost?
Paying for addiction treatment
The cost of methadone treatment at BrightView is different for everyone. Why? We create completely personalized plans based on each individual’s specific substance use disorder, background, and mental health needs. We work with most insurance providers in the U.S. as well as Medicaid and Medicare to provide the best coverage while minimizing your out-of-pocket costs. To see if your provider will cover your or a loved one’s treatment, contact us today.