Do I have to live in Summit County to get into IBH?
No, IBH Addiction Recovery Center accepts clients from all over Ohio and the country. However, if you are seeking financial assistance from the County of Summit ADM Board, you must live in Summit County.
Can I come in today?
Unfortunately, IBH does not accept same day admissions. If you or your loved one is interested in treatment at IBH, a pre-scheduled admission date is required. Staff at IBH can help you determine where to begin the process. Anyone may refer to IBH by calling (330) 644-4095 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM EST to determine the appropriate process for admission.
How much does it cost?
Summit County residents may be eligible for financial assistance. The County of Summit Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health (ADM) Board central assessment department (330-996-7730) will screen, assess and determine if financial assistance is warranted.
IBH Addiction Recovery Center offers an affordable private-pay rate for individuals who are ineligible for financial assistance. The cost of residential treatment is an all-inclusive rate of $215.71 per day, with the average length of stay between 60 – 90 days (As of July 1, 2017).
How long is the waiting list?
If you are receiving financial assistance through the County of Summit ADM Board, the waiting list varies based on current demand at the ADM Board. Self-pay clients not using the assistance of the ADM Board can typically get into IBH within 5 days providing detox has been done.
How long will I be in treatment?
The average length of stay is 60 – 90 days based on the treatment plan set forth by the client and licensed counselors.
Does IBH offer detox?
No, IBH does not have a detoxification unit. Clients in need of detox before admissions are referred to local hospitals for this service. Summit County residents may detox through the Summit County ADM Crisis Center.
Does IBH offer private counseling?
Yes. All clients at IBH are assigned an individual counselor that best meets the needs of the client and the goals they want to achieve. Clients also participate in group counseling sessions.
What is a typical day like?
Throughout the week, clients attend education sessions, individual and/or group counseling, life skills, spiritual care, recreation, 12-Steps and down time for reflection. A complete description can be found here.
Where do I stay while at IBH?
IBH offers separate housing facilities for men and women. Each housing unit features dorm style rooms, central kitchen and dining area, lounge area, chapel, and private showers and bathrooms.
Do men and women attend any counseling or education sessions together?
Addiction is a crippling disease, and men and women experience different issues in the recovery journey. For this reason, IBH offers separate programming for men and women.
Does IBH offer an after-care program?
Those that complete residential treatment at IBH may participate in the IBH REACH Project for up to two years after successful completion of the program. REACH provides spiritually-based organized post-treatment activities that foster safe friendships, reinforcement of values learned during treatment, a strong sense of community, and increased self-esteem.
Can my family visit?
Family members and friends, over the age of 13, must attend family education classes prior to their visit each week. New class participants are required to attend an orientation session scheduled to start at 12:30 PM, to begin their first week of classes. All family members or friends wishing to visit must be approved by the client. Family visitation occurs on the weekend and is held on different days for men and women clients.
Am I allowed to smoke while at IBH?
Smoking is permitted in outside designated areas. No electronic cigarettes, pre-rolled cigarettes, or chewing tobacco is permitted.