Providing effective treatment and therapy services for adults age 18 and older who are abusing or addicted to alcohol and/or other drugs. Licensed chemical dependency professionals provide both individual and group therapy services to those with a primary drug and alcohol diagnosis.

If you think you could benefit from Detox/Withdrawal Management Services, please fill out the short questionnaire below and we will contact you within 1 business day.

Detox / Withdrawal Management Treatment Services

 At Catalyst, we provide a safe and comfortable treatment facility in which an individual can detox from alcohol or drugs with 24/7 medical monitoring. Our goal is to effectively ease the physical and emotional discomfort and pain that can happen when someone stops using alcohol or drugs.  We compassionately foster relationships with individuals as they prepare to transition into ongoing substance use and mental health treatment to enhance recovery.

 Withdrawal Management Treatment Features:

  • 24/7 medical monitoring by nursing staff
  • Comfort medications to ease withdrawal symptoms
  • Daily appointment with physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner
  • Structured drug and alcohol treatment groups
  • Individual counseling sessions, as needed
  • Peer recovery support
  • Personalized discharge planning which may include referrals for ongoing drug and alcohol treatment, mental health treatment, vocational services, or case management services.

 

New Beginnings – Residential Services

New Beginnings Building

Our residential services provide a 24-hour supportive therapeutic environment with structured programming 7 days a week for individuals suffering from severe substance use disorders as well as co-occurring disorders. We offer gender-specific drug and alcohol programs, as we believe it provides the best opportunity for success. New Beginnings 1 is our residential facility for men, and New Beginnings II (Veronica’s House) is our residential facility for women.

Residential Treatment Program Features:

  • Comprehensive and continual evaluation & treatment planning, ensuring individualized care
  • Structured drug and alcohol treatment groups
  • Individual counseling sessions, as needed
  • Family therapy and education, as needed
  • Intense case management which may involve referrals for community services, physical health care, vocational services, and housing needs
  • Peer recovery support
  • Optional engagement in community support meetings such as AA, NA, church or other spiritual-based meetings
  • Referrals for mental health treatment including psychiatric evaluation, psychotropic medication management, and mental health counseling can be made on an individual basis
  • Referrals for medication assisted treatment can be made on an individual basis
  • Extensive discharge planning including referrals for ongoing outpatient treatment
  • Transitional and recovery housing which provide a safe environment and offer a variety of programs and services that enable individuals to work toward self-sufficiency and independence
  • At Veronica’s House, additional services offered can include assistance with coordinating expectant mothers with proper prenatal and postnatal care

Outpatient Services

At Catalyst, we offer a variety of comprehensive outpatient services for treatment of substance use disorders at 741 Scholl Road. Options are available for individuals who need a structured program and supportive environment to address their substance use issues, while staying in their home environment.

Outpatient Program: Our outpatient services provide information about addiction, explore how alcohol and/or drugs have affected one’s life, and teach new coping skills to achieve and maintain sobriety. It is a personal opportunity to receive support and experience growth during life’s challenging times. Our outpatient programs include both individual and group counseling based on the individual’s needs and preferences.

Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): Provides highly structured group therapy while allowing individuals to maintain work and family obligations.

IOP Program Features:

  • 3 hours of clinical group programming 3 times per week, with a personalized number of sessions
  • Individual counseling sessions, as needed
  • Family therapy and education, as needed
  • Optional engagement in community support meetings such as AA, NA, or other spiritual-based meetings

Additional treatment options that can be coupled with outpatient or IOP include, but are not limited to:

  • Individual mental health counseling
  • Psychiatric evaluation and psychotropic medication management
  • Medication assisted treatment
  • Case management services
  • Vocational services
  • Peer Recovery Support

If you are a Richland County resident, you may qualify for financial assistance. If you are a Richland County resident and have Ohio Medicaid coverage, all of your services will be covered. If you are not a Richland County resident, have private insurance, or are interested in self-pay please call us.

To speak with someone regarding New Beginnings Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services, call us at 419-526-6168.  We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and located on Scholl Road.

If you think you could benefit from Detox/Withdrawal Management Services, please fill out the short questionnaire below and we will contact you within 1 business day.

Walk In Hours

Open Access Monday – Thursday.

Check in is from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM – Seen by a counselor as early as 8:00 AM.

Contact Number

The Center – 419-526-6168