Maryhaven

Maryhaven

ABOUT MARYHAVEN

Headquartered in southeast Columbus, Ohio, Maryhaven is a private, nonprofit provider of behavioral healthcare services, specializing in addiction recovery. The organization operates six facilities, of which this center in southeast Columbus is the main campus.

Across the organization as a whole, Maryhaven provides both inpatient and outpatient detox, plus residential and outpatient programs for adults and adolescents. The office at this address provides outpatient counseling and case management services for individuals struggling with substance use disorder, dual diagnosis, and gambling addiction, including medication-assisted outpatient treatment.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

Upon admission, clients participate in an initial substance use assessment to determine a continuum of care and identify clinical goals. The residential detox program (available at other facilities in the network) provides sub-acute care, including 24-hour monitoring from registered nurses. Outpatient detox provides medication and counseling seven days a week, while clients remain in their own homes.

Residential treatment varies in length according to the client’s needs, and includes a mix of daily therapeutic activities, such as individual and group therapy, family counseling, therapeutic recreation, and 12-step support groups. The residential program for adolescents also integrates regular schooling from licensed teachers, as well GED prep and practice testing.

Medication-assisted therapy (MAT) using methadone, buprenorphine, and Vivitrol, is offered for individuals struggling with opiate addiction. The prescriptions are supplemented by individual and group counseling, nursing services, case management services, and ongoing appointments with physicians.

The extended-care residential program for women caters to the unique needs of pregnant women and their young children, and there’s also a specialized residential program for women of color. Both programs provide ongoing treatment and education on chemical dependency while supplying a comfortable, home-like setting. The programs address issues common among women struggling with substance abuse disorders, such as abuse, trauma, self-esteem, and abandonment. The programs also prioritize reuniting families, by offering parenting education, childcare, and family counseling.

Maryhaven’s outpatient programs may last between 12 week and six months. The facility provides a number of specialized outpatient programs, including a dual diagnosis program and a gambling addiction intervention program.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

Maryhaven employs a large, multidisciplinary team that includes MDs, substance abuse and mental health counselors, nurses, social workers, and a support staff. The 22 individuals polled by Best-rehabs.com to date on the staff’s level of training and experience gave it an average rating of 3.77 out of five stars.

ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES

There is currently no information provided by the facility regarding its living arrangements and related offerings, however, the 22 individuals polled by Best-rehabs.com to date on the center’s cleanliness gave it an average rating of 3.86 stars, and the 21 individuals polled on the exercise and leisure offerings gave them an average of 3.29 stars.

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

Alumni reviews submitted to Best-rehabs.com to date were mostly positive: of the 12 reviewers asked by Best-rehabs.com whether they would recommend the facility, seven said they would, two that they would not, and three remained neutral. The nine alumni polled on the facility’s offerings in a variety of areas gave it average ratings of 2.89 stars for its counseling options, three stars for it family participation, and 2.22 stars for its holistic offerings.

Two alumni claimed that the facility did very little to promote their sobriety: “If you want sobriety then this facility will give you the minimum care you need… Counseling was sparse. My own will and desire is what carried me through,” Sean wrote in a representative review. However, the majority of alumni offered somewhat general praise of the facility’s counseling and its staff; one reviewer even wrote that the center had saved their life: “This program saved my life. The counselors are great! I am forever grateful,” S.J.H. told Best-rehabs.com.

WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY

Loved ones polled by Best-rehabs.com had given mostly positive feedback at the time of this writing: of the 15 friends and family members asked whether they would recommend the facility, nine wrote that they would, three that they would not, and three remained neutral on the question. In addition, the 13 loved ones polled by Best-rehabs.com to date on the facility’s performance in a variety of metrics gave it average ratings of 3.69 stars, 3.62 stars, and 2.92 stars respectively for its counseling options, family participation, and holistic offerings.

In their comments, reviewers praised the staff, repeatedly describing them as caring and noting that they stayed in close contact with family members. However, the reviewers also repeatedly noted that treatment was too short: “Strengths: Short wait list… Worked with family also Good aftercare plan… The staff was educated den helpful. But concerns about increased length of treatment needed and no sober living to send patients to is concerning. Worries ppl will leave and return to friends and places where they used in the past,” one anonymous reviewer wrote in a representative review. In addition, more than one reviewer complained that the facility was somewhat dated or run-down.

FINANCING

Maryhaven’s costs are subsidized by city, county, and state funding, however, the facility’s website does not detail any remaining costs to clients. The 21 individuals polled by Best-rehabs.com to date on the center’s affordability gave it an average rating of 3.81 out of five stars.

Reviews about Maryhaven

  • Treatment Effectiveness
  • Accommodations & Amenities
  • Meals & Nutrition
  • Persistent, patient, and attentive. The loved one who attended the facility said the people who worked there were very attentive. However, the typical methods of practice were a downfall; there was no switching things up.
    • Treatment Effectiveness
    I loved the facility. All the nurses were nice. I loved my counselor. Nobody judged you there. I like that they offered suboxone in treatment and they took insurance. However, it was far from my home.