Columbus is Ohio’s most populated city. Like many other large cities in the United States, Columbus is facing a substance abuse problem. Residents of Columbus, Ohio who are struggling with addiction can receive help at Road to Freedom, a non-denominational Christian treatment program that helps patients learn how to maintain lifelong sobriety.
At Road to Freedom, we understand that every patient comes to us with their own unique background and core issues. We believe that in order for treatment to be effective, each client must be given an individualized treatment plan catered to their specific needs and issues. That’s why every patient at Road to Freedom receives a personalized treatment plan. Patients at the Road to Freedom can receive the following faith-based treatment services and multimodal therapies as part of their treatment plan:
- Safe, medically-supervised drug and alcohol detox
- Pastoral counseling
- Group addiction counseling
- One-on-one therapy
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Biblically based 12-step meetings
- Family workshops
- Court Liaison Program
- Chronic pain management
- Holistic therapies
- Relapse prevention
- Inpatient treatment
- Outpatient treatment
- Aftercare services
If you are struggling with addiction and do not know where to turn, the Road to Freedom is here to help. Give us a call today at (844) 402-3605 to speak to one of our compassionate and knowledgeable admissions counselors. Or if you’d prefer, you can chat with us online. All conversations with our admissions counselors are completely confidential.
Drug Abuse in Columbus, Ohio
In Columbus, OH, heroin abuse is on the rise. The purity of heroin in Columbus is a major concern for the central Ohio city, as drug overdose death rates continue to increase. Drug trafficking is also a threat, as different organizations, primarily Mexican DTO distribute cocaine, heroin, and marijuana throughout the city and state. Columbus serves as a source of supply for cocaine and Mexican heroin for much of the state of Ohio.
The most abused drugs in the Columbus metropolitan area include: crack cocaine, heroin, marijuana, powdered cocaine, prescription drugs, synthetic marijuana, and bath salts. Although these are the most commonly abused drugs in Columbus, residents still use other illicit drugs like Ecstasy and meth.
Prescription painkillers are also frequently abused in the city. Percocet, Vicodin, and OxyContin are the most commonly abused prescription opioids in Columbus, Ohio. Even though the Ohio legislature has banned synthetic marijuana, it is still readily available in the area. Manufacturers keep developing new types of synthetic marijuana to get around the ban.
Faith-based Addiction Recovery for Columbus Residents
Addiction is a chronic, progressive, and fatal disease. If you or a loved one is addicted to drugs or alcohol, help is available at Road to Freedom. Through spiritual, physical, and emotional care, we will help you learn how to live without drugs and alcohol. Take the first step towards recovery and call us now at: (844) 402-3605.