About the ADRC Treatment Team
Our specialists are committed to providing comprehensive care in a compassionate setting. The ADRC interdisciplinary team of chemical dependency specialists includes board-certified psychiatrists, specially trained and licensed registered nurses and certified professional counselors. The team works closely with psychologists, biofeedback therapists, registered dietitians and physical and occupational therapists to assess patient needs and develop personalized treatment plans. In addition, financial counselors are available to help with questions about insurance coverage and a social services department can provide referrals to community resources.
Because the ADRC is located on Cleveland Clinic's main campus, patients benefit from Cleveland Clinic's group practice approach to care, with more than 750 physicians in 100 specialties and subspecialties available for consultation, if needed. Sophisticated laboratory and testing facilities are also available. Treatment for each patient may vary, depending on the program and the patient's personal needs.
We currently have 36 active Ambassador Volunteers who have contributed 1, 473 hours so far this year alone. Our volunteers provide an invaluable service to our patients and family members.
Rita Hanuschock, RN, CNP
Margie Mazur, RN Nurse Manager
Linda Duty, RN Assistant Nurse Manager
Mary Ann Forrester
Mental Health Tech
RN UR Coordinator
How to Contact the Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center
The ADRC is open for outpatient appointments
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
To make an appointment or referral, please call:
216.636.5860 or 866.588.2264 ext. 65860
In emergency situations:
- Please call Cleveland Clinic's Emergency Room at
216.445.4500 or 800.223.2273 ext. 54500