LCADA will offer a day treatment program, including individual and family counseling, education about addiction, group therapy and what is called ambulatory detoxification, which helps the client through a medically monitored withdrawal from opiates. The day treatment is three hours per day, five days a week.
If a client needs in-patient treatment, [LCADA CEO Tom] Stuber said he or she would be transported to LCADA’s assisted living facilities in Lorain.
He said the organization has a “recovery home” with 18 beds for men and 16 for women.
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