Outpatient Counseling; Drug and Alcohol


Who provides the service?
We have a staff of therapists credentialed according to standards promulgated by the State of Ohio to provide treatment services for alcohol and other drug problems. 

Who can use it? 
Adult and adolescent residents of Warren and Clinton Counties are eligible for services on a sliding fee scale based on family size and household income.  Ohio Medicaid recipients from anywhere may participate on a space-available basis.  Most insurance plans are accepted.

What is it? 
Alcohol/drug counseling encompasses developing trusting relationships, confronting maladaptive behaviors and beliefs and teaching skills to support a lifestyle abstinent from alcohol and other mood-altering drugs.  The counseling will include group treatment, individual and/or family treatment.  The intensity/ frequency of the service vary according to the assessed needs of the individual client as does the length of treatment.  Special groups for dually diagnosed (mental illness/substance abuse) clients and those who use prescription medication with potential for abuse are offered as needed. Vivitrol Medication assisted treatment offered on a limited basis.

Where is the service provided? 
Adult alcohol/drug treatment is provided at:

  • 975A Kingsview Drive, Lebanon, OH 45036
  • 50 Greenwood Lane, Springboro, OH 45066
  • 953 S. South Street, Wilmington, OH 45177
  • Warren County Jail, 550 Justice Drive, Lebanon, OH 45036

Adolescent treatment services are provided at:  

  • 975A Kingsview Drive, Lebanon, OH 45036
  • 953 S. South Street, Wilmington, OH 45177

When is the service provided? 
Assessment of needs is offered during regular office hours.  Many of the treatment groups are offered Monday through Thursday evenings after regular hours to accommodate those who work.