Interval Brotherhood Home is a licensed non-profit, non-sectarian, comprehensive residential addiction treatment center.
Our doors are open to everyone. We are a contract agency of the County of Summit Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board (Summit County ADM Board), which funds the provision of long-term residential treatment services for Summit County residents who cannot afford residential treatment. Individuals and families with financial means will find IBH's charges for residential treatment to be reasonable.
IBH is distinguished for its treatment of addicts with co-occuring mental illnesses such as depression and bi-polar disorder. Throughout its years of dedicated services, IBH has earned tremendous respect in the recovery community for its unique treatment programs.
Representatives from more than 19 countries including Japan and Russia have visited IBH to analyze the success of our treatment program. Individuals as far away as California have successfully sought treatment at our facility.
All are welcomed regardless of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, age (must be 18 years or older) or disability.
IBH is located in southern Summit County, Ohio on an 154-acre campus that was formerly a Carmelite Monastery. It has been a home to more than 15,000 women and men while they waged a personal battle to achieve sobriety.