Do I have to live in Summit County to get into IBH Addiction Recovery?

No, IBH Addiction Recovery 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?

If you or someone you care about needs treatment at IBH Addiction Recovery, a pre-scheduled admission date is required. To start the process, call Admissions at 330.644.4095 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

If it’s an emergency, please call the County of Summit ADM Board 24/7 Crisis Hotline at 330.434.9144. All calls are confidential.

Walk-in assessments are currently available at the Firestone Park Outpatient and Aftercare Facility at 1601 S. Main Street, Akron, Ohio 44301, on the following days and times:

  • Mondays: 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Tuesdays: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 
  • Wednesdays: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 
  • Thursdays: 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. 

Assessments are first come, first served. 

How much does IBH Addiction Recovery cost?

The cost depends on your insurance coverage, available financial assistance, and the type of treatment needed.

IBH Addiction Recovery accepts Ohio Medicaid and all Ohio Medicaid managed care plans - Anthem, AmeriHealth Caritas, Buckeye Health, Humana Healthy Horizons, CareSource, Aetna Ohio Rise, Molina, and United Health Care. IBH Addiction Recovery also accepts commercial plans, including Ambetter, Medical Mutual, United Health Care, CareSource Marketplace, and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield.*

If you do not have insurance, we may be able to assist in obtaining available medical and food benefits. If your insurance is not listed, please contact us as we are continually adding new coverage plans.

IBH Addiction Recovery offers financial assistance to Summit County residents. We can help you access our services using an income-based sliding fee scale. However, if you are ineligible for financial assistance, IBH Addiction Recovery offers an affordable private-pay rate.

Please contact 330.237.6942 for more information about sliding fees and self-pay arrangements.

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 (those not using the assistance of the ADM Board) can typically gain admission into IBH Addiction Recovery within five days, providing detox has been completed.

How long will I be in treatment?

The average length of stay is based on the treatment plan set forth by you and the licensed IBH Addiction Recovery counselors.

Does IBH Addiction Recovery offer detox?

No, IBH Addiction Recovery 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 Addiction Recovery offer Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)?

Yes, MAT is available as a treatment option for clients who meet the required criteria. It is paired with counseling and a team approach to care in order to offer support for a successful recovery. 

The IBH Addiction Recovery MAT program is under the direction of our medical director, Dr. Nicole Labor. A board-certified addictionologist, Dr. Labor has received specialized training to administer Buprenorphine and Naltrexone medications.  

If you are currently receiving MAT on an outpatient basis, your prescription may be continued at IBH Addiction Recovery if verification is received and requirements are met prior to admission.

Does IBH Addiction Recovery offer private counseling?

Yes, all clients at IBH Addiction Recovery 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.

Do men and women attend any counseling or education sessions at IBH Addiction Recovery together?

Addiction is a crippling disease, and men and women experience different issues in the recovery journey. For this reason, IBH Addiction Recovery offers separate programming for men and women.

Does IBH Addiction Recovery offer an aftercare program?

Those that complete residential treatment at IBH Addiction Recovery may participate in our REACH Project for up to two years after successful completion of the program. The REACH Project 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.

What is a typical day at IBH Addiction Recovery like?

Throughout the week, clients attend education sessions, individual and/or group counseling, life skills, spiritual care, recreation, 12-Steps and downtime for reflection.

Where do I stay while a resident at IBH Addiction Recovery?

IBH Addiction Recovery offers separate housing facilities for men and women. Each housing unit features dorm-style rooms, a central kitchen and dining area, a lounge area, a chapel, and private showers and bathrooms. Learn more about our campus

Can family visit while I am at IBH Addiction Recovery?

We are not currently doing family visitation on campus.

Am I allowed to smoke while at IBH Addiction Recovery?

Smoking is permitted in outdoor designated areas. No electronic cigarettes, pre-rolled cigarettes, or chewing tobacco are allowed.