Over 45 Years of Proven Results
IBH Addiction Recovery Center has been in operation since 1970. As the largest residential treatment facility in Summit County, IBH has received local, state, and national recognition for its residential treatment and after-care programs. The success of the programs are reflected in outcome measures and the fact 99.4% of people that received treatment at IBH would recommend IBH to someone seeking help for a drug or alcohol addiction. (IBH Exit Survey, 2016)
Caring, Compassionate Staff Provides 24-hour Support
The staff at the IBH Addiction Recovery Center is committed to providing the highest level of quality care to each client. While at IBH Addiction Recovery Center, clients engage in an intense program towards recovery which includes chemical dependency and mental health counselors, medical staff, education specialists, spiritual advisors, and daily interactions with knowledgeable staff.
Staff members are trained using the most current industry standards for long-term treatment and recovery, so no matter where you are on campus, there is always someone to lend a helping hand. Additionally, many of our staff have achieved long-term recovery which provides an extra level of understanding for clients.
Beautiful, Serene Grounds
IBH Addiction Recovery Center is located on 86-acres of serene, rolling grounds in the Portage Lakes area of Summit County. The beautiful open green space, walking paths, pond, picnic tables and garden pulls you into God’s creation to help relieve you of outside pressures.
Two years of after-care support
IBH Addiction Recovery Center understands that recovery is something that must be worked on every day. The stable environment that many enjoy while in residential treatment can easily become unwoven as a client re-enters society after treatment. To ensure the greatest chance at long term sobriety, all graduates of IBH are invited to participate in the IBH REACH Project for up to two years after completion of residential treatment. REACH provides spiritually-based organized volunteer activities and support group meetings that foster safe friendships, reinforcement of values learned during treatment, and a strong sense of community. Research shows that 84% of clients that participate in REACH remain sober (IBH Outcome Measures, 2016).
Developing a relationship with a higher power helps an individual find clarity, sense of purpose and meaning of life as they work on recovery. Learning to live in harmony with oneself invites a person to explore his or her identity, relationships with others, and a place in this world. This adventure in self-discovery offers a starting point for a person’s spiritual journey and provides a compass to guide daily living and provides a compass guide daily living and important decisions that lead to an addiction-free life.