Addiction Treatment Center in Akron, OH

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Many of our patients continue a successful recovery journey beyond Aftercare treatment.
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Mental Health Counseling Available

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Welcome To The MODE

The MODE is an outpatient addiction treatment center located just West of Akron in Fairlawn, Ohio. We provide recovery help for individuals struggling with substance abuse from drugs and alcohol.

We understand that addiction is a complex and chronic disease that affects not only the individual but also their family and community. Therefore, our goal is to not only treat the addiction but to address the underlying issues that contribute to it.

Our Treatment Programs

Our addiction treatment programs are thoughtfully designed to cater to individuals’ unique needs, providing a compassionate and supportive environment for recovery.

Through a combination of evidence-based therapies and personalized care, we empower our clients to overcome addiction and embark on a journey towards lasting healing and wellness.

Our comprehensive addiction treatment center offers a range of services tailored to meet the diverse needs of our clients, including: 

  • Outpatient (OP)
  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
  • Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
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*We accept most major insurance carriers and Medicaid providers

Why People Trust Us

At The MODE, you’ll receive the individualized care and professional treatment you need to break free from addiction and maintain a solid road to recovery.

Promoting an environment of faith, hope, and empathy, our staff provides therapy, education, and advocacy for the individuals they work with and their families.

Respect

All persons are treated with the same respect and kindness as the next. No one is ever defined by the disease of their addiction.

Approach

Each individual is given a unique treatment plan, specific to their recovery needs. No two treatment plans are ever the same.

Comprehensive

Our addiction treatment center offers a range of services tailored to meet the diverse needs of our clients.

Experience

We have been where you are and suffered from our own addictions. We have found recovery and now want to help those in need.

What Our Clients Say

At The MODE, we strive to treat each of our patients with respect, dignity, compassion, and kindness. We believe that ambition shines brightly when we hear about the great experiences our patients have.

Matt L.

“The MODE gave me the tools and resources I needed to maintain a sober lifestyle from alcohol. They taught me acceptance and willingness to make changes I needed to recover from this disease. If you are struggling with alcohol/drugs or have a nudge from the judge I highly recommend the MODE. Thank you Lisa and team.”

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*We accept most major insurance carriers and Medicaid providers

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How Mental Health Issues Can Lead to Substance Abuse

Mental health issues, also known as mental health disorders, can include a wide range of conditions that affect a person’s mood, thinking, and behavior. When left untreated, they can lead to those individuals abusing substances and developing what is called a Substance Use Disorder (SUD).  This phenomenon is often referred to as “self-medication,” where individuals use substances such as drugs and alcohol to alleviate or cope with the symptoms of their mental health condition. Here are some situations in which untreated mental health issues can lead to substance abuse: Symptom Relief People with mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, or bipolar disorder, might turn to substances in an attempt to manage or temporarily relieve their symptoms. For example, someone with anxiety might use alcohol to calm their nerves, while someone with depression might use stimulants to feel more energetic. Emotional Escape Substances can provide a temporary escape from emotional pain or distress. Individuals struggling with overwhelming feelings might use drugs or alcohol to numb their emotions or avoid dealing with their problems. Social Factors Mental health disorders can lead to social isolation or difficulties in social interactions. Some individuals might use substances to feel more comfortable in social settings or to fit in with peers who are also using substances. Reward System Mental health disorders can disrupt the brain’s reward system, making it more difficult for individuals to experience pleasure from everyday activities. Substances can artificially stimulate the brain’s reward pathways, providing a sense of pleasure or euphoria that might be lacking in their daily lives. Lack of Access to Treatment In some cases, individuals might not have access to appropriate mental health treatment or might not seek help due to stigma or other barriers. As a result, they might turn to substances as a way to self-manage their symptoms. Getting Help Is Essential Unfortunately, while substances might provide temporary relief, they often exacerbate mental health symptoms in the long run and can lead to substance use disorder. This creates a vicious cycle where the mental health condition and substance use disorder feed into each other, making both conditions more challenging to treat. Effective treatment for individuals with both mental health disorder and substance use disorder requires an integrated approach that addresses both simultaneously. Comprehensive care, including behavioral therapies, medication-assisted treatment, and support groups, can help individuals break the cycle and achieve lasting recovery. Treatment at The MODE If you or someone you know is currently using substances as well as struggling with their mental health, it’s important to reach out for professional help sooner rather than later to prevent the development of a co-occuring disorders. The MODE – Addiction Treatment Center in Akron, has licensed counselors who can provide you or your loved one with a clinical assessment to help diagnose a condition and recommend the best course of action.  With decades of experience (both lived and helped), our support staff are unlike any other in the Akron metro area. Contact us to talk with one of our recovery experts and start getting the help you deserve today.

Recognizing The Signs Of Alcohol Abuse

St. Patrick’s Day is traditionally associated with lively celebrations and merriment often involving alcohol. However, for individuals choosing to abstain from drinking, there are numerous ways to partake in the festivities while maintaining sobriety.

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day Without Alcohol

St. Patrick’s Day is traditionally associated with lively celebrations and merriment often involving alcohol. However, for individuals choosing to abstain from drinking, there are numerous ways to partake in the festivities while maintaining sobriety.

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