Founded in 1981, Glenbeigh Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers in Northeast Ohio aim to treat addiction in a supportive and caring environment with an emphasis on 12-step principles. The main facility in the Cleveland suburb of Rock Creek stands on 80 acres of manicured land in a rural community, allowing clients of the inpatient program the freedom to walk around and relax in a quiet and serene setting as they recover.
As a non-profit rehabilitation facility, Glenbeigh receives monetary support from the community to keep its doors open and costs low. Treatment at Glenbeigh addresses the mind, body and spirit.
Accommodations and Food
Glenbeigh’s inpatient program at Rock Creek has a comfortable, clean and spacious environment. There are 172 beds in the facility and two people per room. Each client has his or her own closet, dresser and nightstand. Many common areas are available for residents to work on their assignments, read or interact with one another, in addition to the outside grounds. There is a full fitness center with sauna.
Food is served cafeteria-style by staff. Clients can also prepare their own sides at a comprehensive salad bar. Dietary restrictions are accommodated as well for any food allergies or sensitivities.
Treatment and Staff
There are many different treatment tracks at both the Rock Creek location and Glenbeigh’s six outpatient facilities, and dual diagnosis treatment and detox are available. After an intensive diagnostic is performed by intake staff, either inpatient, outpatient or 90-day Intensive Outpatient (IOP) treatment are recommended.
Glenbeigh uses medication for treatment: detox treatment involves Tramadol and/or Suboxone for a limited amount of time under a physician’s care and clients can take Trazadone if necessary for sleep.
Inpatient treatment is a multi-disciplined program that focuses on abstinence. The days are very structured: clients wake by 7:15 am and start the day with breakfast before attending group therapy and individual therapy. Gender-specific groups are also offered, and there is a significant emphasis on 12-step participation.
Group sessions focus on identifying triggers, using patterns and developing awareness about behavior to move on from alcohol and drug abuse. In addition, specialty groups are offered for women to address prior trauma and the stigma that women face as addicts and alcoholics. Dual diagnosis groups incorporate psychological and psychiatric assessments and individual therapy encourages self-esteem and a positive self-image.
The IOP and outpatient programs utilize the same groups and techniques, but the schedules vary according to level of therapy needed.
Staff at Glenbeigh is made up of physicians, nurses, certified chemical dependency counselors, psychiatrists, LISWs and clergy. There are 30 drug and alcohol counselors on staff daily and a full nursing staff as well. The facilities are staffed 24/7. A psychiatrist is on the premises during the day.
Extended care is offered for those who participate in the inpatient treatment program and need a transitional time before moving out on their own. Extended care clients have less structure than those in inpatient care but have access to the staff at all times and still live in a safe environment. Aftercare and relapse prevention groups are also offered for any clients who relapse after staying sober for six or more months. These clients may return to Glenbeigh to evaluate the relapse and make a new plan.
For those looking for a comprehensive rehab facility at an affordable rate, Glenbeigh is a good option. The accommodations are welcoming and the care is supportive, gentle and positive. With a large staff of medical professionals as well as a strong emphasis on 12-step principles, it offers a comprehensive treatment program with substantial aftercare support that can assist addicts and alcoholics on their journey to lifelong recovery.
Glenbeigh Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers
2863 State Route 45
Rock Creek, OH 44084
Glenbeigh Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers Cost: $14,000 (30 days); most insurance plans accepted. Reach Glenbeigh Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers by phone at (440) 563-3400 or by email. Find Glenbeigh Alcohol and Drug Treatment Centers on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn.
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