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What to expect?


If you have not entered treatment for an opiate misuse problem, you may not be sure what to expect. Most of these agencies will require the following, however every individual may not have the same course of treatment. Please read the following to help better manage your expectations.


  • A screening process to identify needs

  • A comprehensive diagnostic assessment to learn about you, your history, your family history, drug and alcohol use, prior treatment, etc.

  • A treatment plan will be developed with you to outline your goals for treatment

  • If you are seeking Medication Assisted Treatment, you must have a medical evaluation completed, reviewed by a physician, and be determined to be medically able to receive Medication Assisted Treatment

  • If you are seeking Medication Assisted Treatment, it is likely you will be required to attend some form of intensive outpatient or outpatient counseling as well

  • Outpatient counseling is individualized as each person may have different needs

Timeliness to begin Medication Assisted Treatment varies according to the demand and physician accessibility.



799 S Main Street 

Lima, OH 45804


775 E Eliza St,

Kenton, OH 43326


720 Armstrong Street

St. Marys, OH  45885


Insurances Accepted & Indigent

Intensive Outpatient Services (all 3 counties)

Medication Assisted Treatment—Suboxone (Allen County) and Vivitrol (all 3 counties)

Recovery Coaching (all 3 counties)



809 W Vine Street

Lima, OH 45804


Insurances Accepted

Intensive Outpatient Services

Medication Assisted Treatment—Suboxone 

Recovery Coaching

Recovery Housing

Health Partners of Western Ohio


111 W Epsy St.

Kenton, OH 43326


Insurances Accepted & Indigent

Outpatient Services (Hardin County)

Medication Assisted Treatment—

Vivitrol & Suboxone (Hardin County)

If you are in crisis call 1-800-567-HOPE (4673) or text 741 741.

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