Notice: Office Phone Number Transfer on 7/15/2024

On July 15, 2024, Path Behavioral Healthcare will be transferring our office phone numbers to a new provider. During this time, you may experience some disruptions when trying to reach us by phone. If you are unable to contact us directly, please visit our location pages and send us a message using the contact forms provided. We will respond to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding.


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Path Behavioral Healthcare: Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Program

Path Behavioral Healthcare is excited to announce new programming for Substance Use Disorder to assist people within their recovery journey. Our programming will serve adolescents and adults by meeting each person where they are individually within their recovery process. Path Behavioral Healthcare is invested in assisting persons suffering with Substance Use Disorder and we are dedicated in assuring we are being empathic and understanding. We wish to assist by allowing the client to guide their treatment and will provide the following interventions:

Interventions:

Abstinence Based Treatment

This approach focuses on helping individuals achieve and maintain complete abstinence from substance use. It involves various therapeutic strategies and support systems to help clients stop using substances altogether.

Harm Reduction Treatment

Harm reduction aims to minimize the negative consequences associated with substance use. It acknowledges that stopping use might not be immediately achievable for everyone, so it focuses on reducing harm through safer practices and moderated use.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT):

MAT combines FDA-approved medications with counseling and behavioral therapies to provide a "whole-patient" approach to treating substance use disorders. This treatment is primarily used for opioid and alcohol use disorders.

Our Services:

Adolescents:
Biopsychosocial Assessment
ASAM to determine appropriate level of care
Dual treatment for mental health and SUD
Referral to community resources to assist in reducing barriers
Group Therapy - up to 5 hours weekly based upon need
Individual Therapy - up to 1 hour weekly
Family Therapy - as needed on monthly basis
Case Management Services - Community/Home Based as needed
Medication Assisted Treatment/Ongoing Medication Management
Adults:
Biopsychosocial Assessment

ASAM to determine appropriate level of care

Dual treatment for mental health and SUD

Referral to community resources to assist in reducing barriers

Group Therapy - up to 7 hours weekly based upon need

Intensive Outpatient Group Therapy - 9 hours weekly

Individual Therapy - up to 1 hour weekly

Family Therapy - as needed on monthly basis

Case Management Services - Community/Home Based as needed

Medication Assisted Treatment/Ongoing Medication Management

Path Locations Currently Offering SUD Program

Athens, OH

306 W. Union Street, Athens, OH 45701


Chillicothe, OH

11 W Water Street Chillicothe OH 45601


Logan, OH

31500 Chieftain Drive, Logan, OH 43138


Portsmouth, OH

902 Gallia St., Portsmouth, OH 45662


McConnelsville, OH

151 S Kennebec, McConnelsville, OH 43756


Xenia, OH

53 W. Main St., Xenia, OH, 45385