The Medina Wellness Center is a vibrant health care facility for individuals and families to access services in a convenient and supportive atmosphere. In collaboration with Medina County Courts, Job and Family Services and Children Services, we provide education, treatment and recovery from substance abuse, addictions and behavioral health.
Issues to the Community
- Opiate Specific Services
- Day Treatment Services
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Low Intensity Treatment
- Mental Health Services
- Recovery Check-Ups
- Relapse Prevention
- Family Treatment
- Medication Assisted Treatment
The LCADA Way provides a variety of assessment and screening options to fit your needs, whether you or a loved one is struggling. Our assessment process involves:
• Clinical interview with client
• Determining severity of client’s substance use disorder
• Determining level of care needed to arrest client’s substance use disorder
• Scheduled medication assisted treatment evaluation, with our physician, if indicated
• Discussion of recommendations and treatment options with client and their loved ones
• Urine drug testing
• Determining eligibility of no or low cost treatment options
To schedule an appointment for an assessment,
please call our Intake Services Department
Day Treatment Services
The LCADA Way Day Treatment Services are available for men and women and can include medication assisted treatment. If indicated, medically supervised detox will be scheduled at the time of assessment.
Day Treatment consists of five group sessions per week, with additional family and individual therapy sessions. The goal of The LCADA Way Day Treatment Program is to help our clients develop the support, skills and tools that will allow them to remain abstinent and recover from their chronic, progressive and fatal disease. Each individual is expected to use the skills provided and take personal responsibility, with the support of loved ones, to manage their recovery.
Ultimately, clients and their loved ones will achieve a thorough understanding of how to prevent relapse. Residential services are available for men and women who need additional supports until they are able to successfully maintain their recovery.