Over the course of your life, if you experience mental health problems, your thinking, mood, and behavior can be affected. Many factors contribute to mental health problems, including biological factors, such as genes or brain chemistry; life experiences, such as trauma or abuse, or a family history of mental health problems. The LCADA Way is here to help with many different types of disorders, including: anxiety, behavioral, developmental, eating, mood, personality, sleep, substance use and suicidal behaviors.
The LCADA Way provides a variety of assessment and screening options to fit your needs. To schedule an appointment for an assessment, please call our Intake Services Department at 440-989-4900.
Consultation & Referral Services
Our Consultation and Referral Service is offered to those concerned about their mental health or that of family or friends. Calls are also welcome from professionals seeking consultation and/or assistance in making a referral. A message left by a caller on the private voice-mail line will be answered promptly by a mental health professional who can assist the caller in determining the service needed or referral required.
Family Support & Information
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.
Residential & Day Treatment Programs
Our programs provide structured, scheduled treatment and/or rehabilitation activities while the individual resides at home or in one of our recovery facilities. Individuals develop and practice skills to manage related problems, with 24hr. access to a supportive environment.
Low Intensity Treatment
Our low intensity treatment is designed for those experiencing mental health problems. The treatment includes participation in education groups, for 6-12 sessions, to assist individuals and loved ones in determining the most appropriate next steps for recovery. Individualized Counseling and Family Education is also available.
The last phase of an individual’s recovery is our AfterCare program. This program provides a strong support network for the individual until they can successfully maintain recovery on their own.