ABOUT TOWNHALL II ADDICTION PREVENTION AND TREATMENT
Townhall II Addiction Prevention and Treatment was founded in 1971 to provide an array of services designed to help people in Portage County struggling with addictions to alcohol and other substances. Located in Kent, Ohio, the facility offers outpatient addiction counseling to adults and adolescents, as well as a residential halfway house forstruggling with substance use disorders. Counseling is also available for those struggling with a gambling addiction.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The facility’s services include comprehensive assessments, individual counseling, an intensive outpatient program (IOP), continuing care groups, and special programs for individuals with. Additionally, the facility offers a selection of services for , including tobacco education, various drug and alcohol awareness and prevention programs, education, and support for pregnant or parenting teens.
The facility also operates a halfway house, Horizon House, which entails a 90-day residential treatment program for adult women in need of more structured treatment for substance misuse..
During treatment at Horizon House, women participate in group, individual, and family counseling. Additionally, they receive case management assistance to connect with other community recovery services, participate in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA) groups, and follow a structured daily schedule to help keep them focused during recovery.
For adults who have a first-time operating vehicle under influence (OVI) offense, the facility offers Project Detour, a 72-hour, residential driver intervention program that offers large and small group education on state-required topics regarding substance misuse a well as individual substance abuse screenings.
According to Townhall II’s website, the treatment team includes licensed professional counselors, licensed substance abuse counselors, and residential aides.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
Clients enrolled in Project Detour share double-occupancy bedrooms, though private rooms are available for an additional fee. According to the facility’s website, Horizon House offers a safe and home-like environment where women can learn long-term recovery skills. The one individual polled by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing gave the facility three stars for accommodations and amenities.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
At the time of this writing, the single alum polled by Best-rehabs.com gave the facility a generally positive review. In particular, the anonymous reviewer gave four- or perfect five-star ratings for the facility’s co-occurring treatment, family participation, and the staff’s level of experience and training.
However, the alum gave only three stars to other aspects of the facility, including their counseling options and holistic treatment. The alum felt that a strength of the facility was its honesty, communication, and trust, but noted that their weakness was “Lack of interest.”
Reviews of Townhall II on secondary review sites were mixed. On Facebook, the facility received an overall rating of 3.9 out of five stars based on 13 total reviews. Townhall II’s staff may manage reviews on the facility’s official Facebook page.
Six reviewers on Google gave Townhall II mixed reviews with an average rating of 3.2 out of five stars. “Ok place. Nice people,” reviewer Andrew wrote. Additionally, the facility received two reviews on Yelp: a five-star rating and one-star rating.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
While Best-rehabs.com has yet to receive feedback from loved ones,
on CiteHealth, the facility received an overall rating of 2.5 out of five stars based on four total reviews. One anonymous loved one, who gave three stars, was not happy with how the facility treated her granddaughter. “I think these so called counsellors are more interested in a paycheck than really helping anyone and they don’t want anyone rocking their little boat,” she wrote.
The cost of treatment at the facility is based on a sliding fee scale for Portage County residents. The facility accepts some private insurance as well as Medicaid and indicates that no client will ever be turned away due to an inability to pay for treatment.
Horizon House is fully funded through the Women’s Special Services Grant from the Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services and the Portage County Mental Health & Recovery Board.
Project Detour costs $350 though financial assistance may be available for those who already receive support funding through Medicaid, Social Security Disability Income or regular social security income, or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. Private rooms have an additional cost of $150.