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Beacon Health, formerly known as Neighboring, is a CARF-accredited outpatient treatment facility located in Mentor, Ohio. It opened its doors in 1969 and since then has offered individualized treatment plans for men and women with co-occurring disorders. Beacon Health provides comprehensive care to the local community, and in 2008 received both the SAMHSA Award and the Lynn Goff Award.

Treatment and Staff

The dual diagnosis program at Beacon Health consists of individual and group therapy, case management and employment placement services. After initial intake and assessment, clients receive a treatment plan which reflects their individual needs. Clients can choose from several groups including coping skills, relapse prevention and gender-specific therapy.

Group sizes at Beacon Health do not exceed about 10 clients at a time and are each overseen by one counselor. Because treatment plans are individualized, the program has no fixed duration and  clients can come and go depending on where they are in treatment. Typically, those at Beacon Health attend one or two hour-long groups and one individual therapy session every week.

This facility uses evidence-based therapy methods including CBT, DBT, Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET), Motivational Interviewing (MI), the Matrix Model, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and EMDR for those who have experienced trauma. Medication management services are also available when necessary.

Staff members at Beacon are all specialists in addiction as well as co-occurring conditions and consist of psychiatrists, psychologists, CADCs and caseworkers.

Extras

Beacon Health offers a family program that consists of addiction education classes and therapy with the client and family members when requested.

In Summary

Beacon Health offers comprehensive dual diagnosis support, many group therapy options and a wide range of scientific treatment methods. The facility has a long history in Ohio and provides flexibility and affordable prices to those in the community who need them. In all, Beacon Health is certainly worth considering for those seeking thorough outpatient care.

Beacon Health
9220 Mentor Ave
Mentor, OH 44060

Beacon Health Cost: Sliding scale. Reach Beacon Health by phone at (440) 354-9924. Find Beacon Health on Facebook

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  1. attention to staff iam verry upset at this company i have dispaitly issues towards were iam hurt from my back i cant work i have a bad right harm bad shoulder bad back you guys say that you would help me out i think this program is a joke flat out you people trying to get people that are hurt to work i have to have a few surgeys here soon you try to work while in the shape iam in i have no car not enough money to support a job or work at all in my coonditon i have adh and you guys are sussposed to help people like me but your not you help out people you use to drugs and that are lower then life i ask for help to find a place from you guys to live the first thing i was told was fuck you and help your self the staff there is a joke the counlser this a joke and shes nuts the case workers dont help has offten has the need to jamie is the best manager there adam is running this place down the tubes quickly if you guys would have made me work i would have sue u guys big time for it from my back i have proof my back hurts and is screwed so try me jamie you need to take your old job back run the place like it was asap fuck adam hes a peace of shitt

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