Lindner Center of HOPE, HOPE Center North, Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Lindner Center of HOPE’s HOPE Center North location is dedicated to outpatient treatment for substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. We offer comprehensive assessment, individual and group therapy, intensive outpatient treatment and medication-assisted treatment in Mason, Ohio. The mission is to meet people where they are and treat them with care, compassion and comprehensive treatment methods aimed at lasting recovery.
Our Treatment Approach
At the Lindner Center of HOPE, we understand that addiction is a disease. When struggling with Substance use disorders (SUDs), like so many medical conditions, a patient often needs a combination of medical care and professional support to manage it.
That’s why we’ve assembled a strong team of dedicated addiction specialists who create individualized plans for each of our patients. Plans may include medication-assisted treatment, therapy, support groups, combined with other comprehensive methods, like treating for possible underlying issues, such as depression or anxiety.
Because the most effective treatments treat the whole person, we can also help our patients with related medical concerns, like pregnancy while addicted, HIV and STDs and other conditions by connecting them with resources in the community or working collaboratively with other healthcare providers. We even offer resources to help our patients get back on track in their everyday life, recovery skills building and even linkage to vocation, education and employment assistance.
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Addictions We Treat
Our passionate, dedicated staff is here to help with all kinds of addictions. Here are some of the addictions we treat at our outpatient clinic:
- Behavioral addictions, like gambling and pornography
Contact us and an addiction specialist can help you assess your situation and find the right next step for you to manage your addiction and start living the life you want.
A person struggling with an addiction to opioids/heroin can come for a walk-in assessment Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at HOPE Center North, 4483 State Route 42, Mason. If determined eligible for admission to the program by an authorized physician they may be eligible for their first administration of methadone same day. The cost for program enrollment is $50 which covers the assessment, their medication, and medication bag for Sunday take home medication. Methadone dosing times are 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Friday and 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturday.