Looking for Drug Rehab and treatment centers in Farmer, Ohio?

Farmer, OH does not currently provide any local options for drug and alcohol treatment. There are currently 6 drug rehabs near Farmer. There are a number of different services and settings for treatment provided near Farmer such as: Drug And Alcohol Detox Programs, Long Term Drug Rehab Programs and Short Term Drug Rehab Centers.

While looking for an ideal drug and alcohol treatment program in Farmer, Ohio, there are some factors that you would have to think about. For instance, you might want to consider the specialties offered by the center, whether it is an inpatient or an outpatient program, and the therapies and treatment options that it will provide.

a) Inpatient and Outpatient Drug Rehab

There are two major types of addiction treatment - inpatient and outpatient rehab. In an inpatient rehab program, you will be living in the treatment facility. An outpatient program, on the other hand, will allow you to live outside the facility but check in from time to time to receive recovery services.

There are benefits and drawbacks to both of these options. The right choice, to this end, will largely depend on your needs, requirements, preferences, severity of your substance use disorder, and the existence (if any) of other additional co-occurring medical and mental health disorders.

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Generally speaking, inpatient addiction treatment is considered to have higher rates of success. However, it can also disrupt your day to day lifestyle greatly. It would also tend to cost more than outpatient rehab.

Outpatient addiction treatment, on the other hand, would typically yield lower rates of success. However, it is less expensive and will allow you greater leeway, freedom, and flexibility. In such a program, you may even be able to maintain your normal daily routine.

b) Specialties

All treatment centers will focus on different types of substance abuse and addiction problems. For example, some will only specialize in the treatment of alcoholism while others will offer rehab services for patients struggling with a dual diagnosis.

For this reason, it is recommended that you make a decision about the drug and alcohol treatment program in Farmer, Ohio based on the specialties that it focuses on as well as on whether it is an inpatient or an outpatient program.

There are no local drug rehab listings for Farmer, Ohio so we have provided the 6 closest treatment facilities arranged by distance from Farmer:

Recovery Services of North West Ohio(Bryan is 7.0mi from Farmer)

map200 Van Gundy Drive, Bryan, OH. 43506

phone419-636-0410.

Treatment Services

  • Drug and Alcohol Rehab
  • Mix Of Mental Health And Substance Abuse
  • Medications For Psychiatric Disorders

Payment Options

  • Self Pay Drug Rehab Programs
  • Medicaid Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • Medicare Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • State Financed Health Insurance Plan Other Than Medicaid
  • Drug Rehabs That Accept Private Health Insurance
Family Service of Northwest Ohio(Bryan is 8.3mi from Farmer)

map1425 East High Street, Bryan, OH. 43506

phone419-335-3732.

Treatment Services

  • Mental Health Treatment
  • Psychotropic Medication

Payment Options

  • Self Pay Drug Rehab Programs
  • Medicaid Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • Medicare Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • Drug Rehabs That Accept Private Health Insurance
  • State Mental Health Agency Funds
  • State Welfare Or Child And Family Services Funds
  • County Or Local Government Funds
  • Community Service Block Grants
  • Community Mental Health Block Grants
ProMedica Defiance Regional Hospital(Defiance is 14.4mi from Farmer)

map1200 Ralston Avenue, Defiance, OH. 43512

phone419-783-6957.

Treatment Services

  • Mental Health Treatment
  • Psychotropic Medication

Payment Options

  • Self Pay Drug Rehab Programs
  • Medicaid Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • Medicare Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • State Financed Health Insurance Plan Other Than Medicaid
  • Drug Rehabs That Accept Private Health Insurance
  • State Welfare Or Child And Family Services Funds
Recovery Services of North West Ohio(Defiance is 15.3mi from Farmer)

map511 Perry Street, Defiance, OH. 43512

phone419-782-9920.

Treatment Services

  • Drug and Alcohol Rehab
  • Buprenorphine Used In Treatment
  • Naltrexone
  • Vivitrol
  • Buprenorphine Maintenance For Predetermined Time
  • Buprenorphine Maintenance
  • Mix Of Mental Health And Substance Abuse
  • Medications For Psychiatric Disorders
  • Prescribes Administer Buprenorphine And Or Naltrexone

Payment Options

  • Self Pay Drug Rehab Programs
  • Medicaid Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • Drug Rehabs That Accept Private Health Insurance
  • Sliding Scale Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers
  • Payment Assistance
Recovery Services (Defiance is 15.4mi from Farmer)

map511 Perry Street, Defiance, OH. 43512

phone419-782-9920 x117.

Treatment Services

  • Mental Health Treatment
  • Psychotropic Medication

Payment Options

  • Self Pay Drug Rehab Programs
  • Medicaid Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • Drug Rehabs That Accept Private Health Insurance
  • State Mental Health Agency Funds
  • Sliding Scale Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers
  • Payment Assistance
Westwood Behavioral Health Center Inc(Paulding is 17.5mi from Farmer)

map501 McDonald Pike, Paulding, OH. 45879

phone419-399-3636.

Treatment Services

  • Mental Health Treatment
  • Psychotropic Medication

Payment Options

  • Self Pay Drug Rehab Programs
  • Medicaid Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • Medicare Based Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs
  • Drug Rehabs That Accept Private Health Insurance
  • State Mental Health Agency Funds
  • State Welfare Or Child And Family Services Funds
  • State Corrections Or Juvenile Justice Funds
  • State Education Funds
  • Other State Funds
  • County Or Local Government Funds
  • Community Mental Health Block Grants
  • Sliding Scale Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers