Join us for the 33rd Annual IBH Golf Outing on Monday, June 10, 2019 at Silver Lake Country Club. Registration begins at 11:00 and lunch at 11:30. Shotgun … [continue reading]
LIFETIME SOBRIETY BEGINS HERE.
Since 1970, IBH has helped more than 16,000 people recover from alcohol and drug addiction. Located in Akron, Ohio where Alcoholics Anonymous was founded, IBH offers persons afflicted with alcohol and drug addiction the opportunity to restore hope and gain skills for a lifetime of sobriety.
IBH uses individualized, abstinence-based and holistic processes that include clinical and educational treatment, spiritual care, sober housing, employment, training and transportation. Our clients come from all walks of life, cultures, backgrounds and ages. We address the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of recovery.
If you or someone you know needs help overcoming addiction, IBH provides the knowledge, values and skills to manage life appropriately without the use of alcohol or drugs. IBH helps reconnect families and helps addicts develop a life of sobriety.
IBH is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization.
“So grateful for this amazing place. Don’t leave before the miracle happens.”
“IBH helped me find myself and love myself again.”
“IBH has the most amazing staff and all are here to help you through your darkest problems. All I can say is…it’s amazing and life changing!”
“IBH taught that it’s not too late. There is hope for me to live again.”
“When I came to IBH, each and every one of you made me feel like I was home and in the right place.”
“IBH is a new beginning. A place where you can truly find yourself while leaving behind your addiction and all the pain that came with it.”
“IBH helped save my life and taught me how to live and make new and better choices.”
“The staff is amazing. I’ve learned so much about myself and how to deal with my inner issues. There is no better place than IBH.”
“IBH has restored me to who I really am. I have the knowledge and tools to re-enter society as a sober, strong, and capable person.”
“I hear people say from time to time that IBH is setting on ‘hallowed ground’ and I definitely agree.”
IBH in the News
IBH Addiction Recovery Center, Summit County’s largest residential treatment facility, recently named Judy Matsko its new Director of Development. In this role, … [continue reading]
The latest issue of IBH Addiction Recovery Center's Reflections newsletter is now available. In this issue, IBH Medical Director Dr. Nicole Labor explains why … [continue reading]