The LCADA Way provides a variety of assessment options and screening services designed to fit your needs and availability. To schedule an appointment for an assessment, please call our Intake Services Department at 440-989-4900, select option #2.
The goal of The LCADA Way Day Treatment Program is to help our customers develop the support, skills and tools that will allow them to remain abstinent and recover from this chronic, progressive and fatal disease. This will require that individuals use these skills and take responsibility to manage their recovery. Groups are conducted 5 days per week with additional family and individual therapy sessions.
Day Treatment with Supportive Housing
In partnership with Primary Purpose, The LCADA Way provides sober housing combined with treatment services, for those who require a safe and drug free environment. Those admitted will participate in day treatment services for the first phase of the program. They will be able to stay in the Recovery Home following the completion of treatment while they continue to adjust to life without drugs. During the second phase they will be assisted in gaining employment/job skills and continue to receive ongoing recovery support.
Intensive Outpatient Program
The goal of our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is to help individuals develop the skills and tools so they can recover and remain abstinent. This means that the individual must assume responsibility for his illness and then use the skills and tools that he has developed to manage his recovery. Groups are conducted 3 times per week.
Low Intensity Treatment
Our Low Intensity Treatment is designed for men experiencing early-stage alcohol, drug or tobacco problems. The treatment includes participation in education groups for 6 to12 sessions. Individualized Counseling & Family Education is also available. These sessions assist individuals and their loved ones in determining the most appropriate next steps for recovery.
Medical Services - Ambulatory Detox
The Ambulatory Detox Program was created as a result of the overwhelming need for those suffering from opiate addiction and the limited availability of detox beds. Ambulatory Detox is an outpatient service that assists the individual through a safe, medically monitored withdrawal from opiates. It includes a complete medical evaluation, medications to ease the distress of physical withdrawal, and immediate placement in the appropriate level of rehabilitation.
Medication Assisted Treatment
The LCADA Way provides medication assisted treatment to individuals struggling to recover from opiate addiction. Services are provided through The LCADA Way’s Physician who is licensed in Addiction Medicine. Medication assistance may include Suboxone, Vivitrol, or Naltrexone. Clients must meet eligibility criteria and must be participating in primary treatment.
The LCADA Way Family Programming is offered as an open-ended educational support group. It is designed and conducted primarily for parents, spouses and other family members who are concerned about a loved one’s harmful use of alcohol or other drugs.
The last phase of an individual’s recovery is our AfterCare program. This program provides a strong support network for the individual until he can successfully maintain his recovery on his own.
Transportation is available to men while in treatment.