Professionals Helping Professionals
Recovery from chemical dependency presents challenges for everyone, but executives and other professionals face these additional challenges:
- Heightened confidentiality concerns
- High-stress work environments that can undermine sobriety efforts
- Possible licensing violations
- Potential legal ramifications of drug and/or alcohol use
How we can help
Our state-of-the art multidisciplinary "Professionals Helping Professionals" (PHP) Programs can help professionals recovering from chemical dependency regain control of their lives. Our programs are designed for physicians, dentists, medical residents, nurses, pharmacists, lawyers, psychologists, fire fighters, police officers, business executives, veterinarians, teachers and other professionals.
Services may be provided at either the Cleveland Clinic's Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center (CCF-ADRC) or Glenbeigh Health Sources of Rock Creek. Affiliates in the Cleveland Clinic Health System, the Cleveland Clinic's Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center (CCF-ADRC) and Glenbeigh Health Sources of Rock Creek have extensive experience in meeting the special needs of chemically dependent professionals.
Our complete confidential inpatient and outpatient services emphasize a restoration of health and total patient well-being. Based on completely customized treatment planning and implementation, our comprehensive continuum of care incorporates traditional components – compassion, understanding, a thorough understanding of the disease process and a 12-step philosophy - in environments that foster creative, innovative treatment strategies.
Comprehensive range of treatment
Treatment is tailored to meet each patient's personal needs. Each program offers inpatient and outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization and family programs to make recovery a way of life. The services we offer through the PHP Programs are unmatched in this region, and include:
- In-depth assessment and treatment planning
- Medical and psychiatric stabilization
- Psychological and neuropsychological testing
- Toxicology monitoring
- Day treatment
- Inpatient treatment
- Residential treatment - half-way and three-quarter way housing
- Intensive outpatient programs
- Family and co-dependency treatment
- Individual therapy
- Therapeutic volunteering
- Monitoring and case coordination
- Licensing board advocacy
- Fitness-for-duty assessment, counseling and employer liaison
- Peer assistance program liaison
About the treatment teams
Our interdisciplinary teams of chemical dependency specialists are committed to providing comprehensive care in a compassionate setting. Both The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center (CCF-ADRC) and Glenbeigh Health Sources of Rock Creek are licensed by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS), the Ohio Department of Mental Health and are accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Both CCF-ADRC and Glenbeigh are approved treatment facilities by the Ohio State Nursing Board and the Ohio State Medical Board. The CCF-ADRC is a contracting agency of the Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board of Cuyahoga County.
Our treatment teams include: board-certified psychiatrists, physicians, specially trained and licensed registered nurses and certified chemical dependency counselors. The teams work closely with psychologists, biofeedback therapists, registered dietitians and physical and occupational therapists to assess patient needs and develop personalized treatment plans.
Treatment is provided at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation in the Alcohol and Drug Recovery Center (CCF-ADRC), located at 90th Street and Carnegie, at Glenbeigh Health Sources in Rock Creek, Ohio, and Glenbeigh's outpatient facilities in Niles, Beachwood and Rocky River.
Care may be offered at either the CCF-ADRC, Glenbeigh, or both, depending on the patient's needs and treatment plan. The CCF-ADRC and Glenbeigh treatment teams closely coordinate care provided by both facilities, assuring the highly integrated implementation of each individualized treatment plan.
The CCF-ADRC and Glenbeigh are network providers for a number of managed care contractors. Our financial counselors are available to help with questions about insurance coverage, deductibles, co-pays and non-reimbursed charges.
Referrals and admission
Our patients may be self-referred or referred by a family member, friend, physician, employer, EAP, therapist, peer assistant group, colleague, licensing board, community agency or other referral source.
To obtain an initial assessment, make an appointment or referral, or to request additional information during business hours, please call:The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Alcohol & Drug Recovery Center at 216.444.4836 or 800.223.2273 ext. 44836.
Glenbeigh Health Sources of Rock Creek at 440.951.7000 or 800.234.1001
In emergency situations, outside of normal business hours and on weekends or holidays: call the Cleveland Clinic, please call the Emergency Department at 216.445.4610 or 800.223.2273, ext. 54610 and ask for the psychiatric resident on call or call Glenbeigh Health Sources of Rock Creek at 440.951.7000 or 800.234.1001.