IBH Addiction Recovery, originally known as the Interval Brotherhood Home, was founded in 1970 to help those struggling with alcoholism.
IBH Addiction Recovery began as a residential treatment center that was rooted in the 12-step recovery program. Over the years, our services and programs have evolved to meet the needs of our client base with a focus on the treatment of both alcohol and drug addiction. IBH Addiction Recovery now offers additional services to clients, including outpatient treatment and day treatment. What’s more, IBH Addiction Recovery offers the REACH (Recovery Education Accountability Community and Hope) Program, a peer-based continuing care program for those that complete treatment.
IBH Addiction Recovery is committed to being an important part of the community for another 50 years. Upcoming plans include the opening of an outpatient facility at 1601 S. Main St. in Akron’s Firestone Park neighborhood. The new space will house the REACH Program and outpatient services that support people after they complete treatment with us. Formerly the Boy Scout building, it is currently being renovated with plans to open in the spring or early summer of 2021.