Arrow Passage Recovery is located on a scenic campus in Massillon, Ohio, just south of Akron. Arrow Passage opened its doors in the fall of 2016, but its clinical staff has decades of experience in the recovery industry. It’s known for its caring atmosphere and is equipped to provide dual diagnosis support and guidance in using the 12-step framework. Arrow Passage also operates an outpatient program at its nearby clinical facility.
Accommodations and Food
Clients reside in a large home with multiple wings. The home features ample green space for walks and sports and a large swimming pool. Men and women are housed in separate areas of the home and all residents have one roommate. After treatment hours, clients can watch DVDs and play Xbox and ping-pong in the home’s common areas. There’s also a small workout area with an elliptical machine. Cell phones and personal computers are not permitted.
Each Thursday, staff take residents to Walmart to purchase snacks and incidental items. Clients prepare their own breakfasts each day; lunches and dinners are catered by local restaurants and have included Mexican, subs and pasta nights.
Treatment and Staff
Arrow Passage works with two nearby detox facilities for clients who need to stabilize before entering residential treatment. Once in treatment, stays usually range from 35 to 45 days. Arrow Passage is licensed for 35 beds, but it usually keeps its population lower in order to provide individual attention.
Each morning, clients are transported to Arrow Passage’s nearby clinical facility for treatment groups and individual therapy. Group and individual therapy uses CBT, biofeedback and trauma-informed care to help clients develop coping skills, create boundaries and handle triggers. Arrow Passage also believes in holistic and expressive therapy and includes art therapy, yoga and mindfulness classes each week. Clients have individual therapy at least once a week, and those with co-occurring disorders also have appointments with a psychiatrist for medication management and additional therapy.
Treatment hours are from 9 am to 4 pm each day. After, clients return to the residence where they can complete recovery homework and relax. In the evenings, clients participate in 12-step meetings, both on-site and in the community.
The treatment team at Arrow Passage includes psychiatrists, MFTs, MSWs, LPCs and LCDCs. Peer support technicians offer on-site supervision 24/7. Many of Arrow Passage’s team members are in recovery themselves.
Residents are taken to a nearby gym once a week, and staff plans weekend sober social outings such as recovery rallies and recreation trips. Family therapy is available and encouraged for loved ones.
For aftercare, the treatment team creates a discharge plan that may include peer support, goal setting and on-going therapy. Many clients choose to continue treatment in Arrow Passage’s outpatient programs, which are offered at the Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) levels of care.
Arrow Passage currently only takes self-pay and private insurance, but it does offer scholarships to highly motivated clients.
Arrow Passage Recovery is a new addition to the Ohio treatment community. It offers multi-level treatment in a comfortable, compassionate atmosphere that supports the 12-step framework, treatment for co-occurring disorders and family engagement in recovery.
Arrow Passage Recovery Location
721 Lincoln Way E
Massillon, OH 44646
Arrow Passage Recovery Cost
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