Residential Treatment

Rigel Recovery Residential Center in Marietta, Ohio has moved to a new location at 28407 State Route 7. Rigel Recovery Residential Center offers withdrawal management (detox) and substance abuse treatment for men and women in a residential environment that promotes motivation and the awareness of the disease of addiction, along with time and structure to learn recovery and coping skills.

The facility is staffed 24 hours a day by a treatment team of licensed clinicians, chemical dependency counselor assistants, nurses, and a nurse practitioner. Services are certified through the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Medication assisted treatment is available. Trauma counseling is also available, as are specialized treatment groups to focus on specific needs or demographics.

Residents receive an array of clinical services including individual, group, and family therapy and, if appropriate, mental health counseling.   Residential Treatment Brochure   Admissions Information for Clients


Day Treatment

The Partial Hospitalization Program is a day treatment program in Akron, Ohio for adults in need of an intensive rehabilitative program that can be completed without entering a residential facility.  Individuals spend four days each week, up to eight hours a day, with clinicians, recovery coaches, and other supportive staff.  Programming includes intensive treatment groups, recovery coaching, mental health counseling as needed, MAT and/or medication management as needed, and one-on-one meetings that further individualize goals towards overall success in sobriety.  Day treatment allows individuals to manage at home responsibilities while still getting the intensive care they need to further their recovery goals.

Cost for Services

Cost is based on a sliding fee scale. Medicaid is accepted. No one will be turned away for inability to pay.

Sober Living in Summit County

Frederick Avenue Apartments - local recovery housing that provides a transitional living environment promoting sobriety and independent living during the early stages of recovery Sober Living Brochure


Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Intensive Outpatient Treatment allows participants to attend treatment sessions while still living at home. Because it’s not a residential program, participants can continue to attend school or work while still being involved in an intensive treatment program that meets several times each week. Peer support through group sessions helps participants understand the disease of addiction, manage triggers and cravings, and mend relationships. Intensive Outpatient Treatment is the beginning of a life-long commitment to sobriety.


Once treatment is completed, Aftercare provides continued support and resources for people in recovery so they can maintain sobriety. Weekly group sessions are beneficial because they provide opportunity to discuss any current problems or concerns.

Drug Testing

Accountability is important during treatment and recovery. Urine drug screens are used to monitor abstinence and compliance to the treatment plan.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Treatment that includes the prescription medication Vivitrol is often the best choice for an individual who is addicted to opioids. Vivitrol is an extended release, injectable medicine that blocks the effects of opioids for approximately 30 days and eliminates or greatly reduces cravings. Vivitrol is non-addictive. Individuals meet with a doctor to determine their treatment needs and participate in intensive outpatient treatment with licensed substance abuse treatment counselors.

Individual Counseling

In addition to group sessions, participants can benefit from one on one counseling with Rigel Recovery Services staff.

Rigel Recovery Services provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment. Individual treatment plans are specific to each participant as they begin the recovery process and continue in sobriety. Rigel Recovery Services professional staff can help people make lasting change.

Substance Abuse Assessments

The first step includes a substance abuse assessment to help the client and the counselor determine the severity of the problem. The client’s substance use of alcohol and/or drugs is evaluated in order to determine an appropriate treatment plan and goals. Assessments are scheduled and done in person.

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