Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio provides a range of specialized therapeutic care for children, adolescents and their families. Locations are available in Allen, Auglaize, Hancock, Hardin, Sandusky, Seneca, Shelby, Wood and Wyandot County. Treatment is offered on an outpatient basis, with care that is highly individualized. Services include assessments, individual therapy and education. Evidence-based therapies are used to help clients navigate through the recovery process.
Treatment and Staff
Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio treats substance abuse and co-occurring disorders through individual therapy. Each client receives an initial bio-psycho-social evaluation and a personalized treatment plan. For those in need of detox or residential care, referrals are available.
After completing an evaluation, clients are paired with a therapist who best suits their needs. Treatment is conducted on a one-on-one basis through individual sessions that usually last an hour. Participants typically come in once a week, though more of these meetings can be added in the beginning as needed. Evidence-based modalities such as CBT and DBT are used frequently, and the 12 steps are introduced if the counselor thinks it is appropriate.
Support for mental health issues such as depression and anxiety can be addressed during therapy. In addition, a psychiatrist is available for medication management. The staff consists of LADCs, psychiatrists, LPCs and social workers.
A variety of additional services dealing with substance abuse are also available. Too Good For Drugs is a prevention-based school program for third through fifth graders. Challenge is an educational program designed for youth who have violated alcohol and drug laws or policies in the community, at school, in athletics or at home. Project HAPPY includes a 36-hour weekend of alcohol and drug prevention training for middle school students. Alcohol 101 and Alcohol 202 use an evidence-based, lifestyle risk-reduction model to educate youth on alcohol and other drug-related health and impairment problems, while Word of Mouth offers tobacco prevention.
Additional services for mental health include assessments and screenings, counseling, home-based treatment, therapy for sexual behavior, play therapy, crisis intervention, aggression replacement therapy and Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT). The facility also offers a parental support guide and curriculum, social skills training, classes for expectant parents and those with young children, and training for parents dealing with destructive behaviors like truancy, alcohol and other drug abuse and other destructive behavior.
Overall, Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio offers substantial substance abuse services rooted in evidence-based therapies, all with support for those with a dual diagnosis. The facility also boasts a range of supplemental services including groups for parents and additional support for those with mental health issues. In all, Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio provides flexible care worth considering for those in the area.
Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio Locations
Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio
530 South Main St
Lima, OH 45804
720 Armstrong St
St. Mary’s, OH 45885
1941 Carlin St
Findlay, OH 45840
775 Eliza St
Kenton, OH 43326
128 N Main Ave
Sidney, OH 45365
Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio Cost
Free (evaluations); $130 per session (individual therapy). Reach Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio by phone at (419) 222-1168.
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