Neurological Institute Outcomes
Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation
The Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Center (ADRC) provides a multidisciplinary team approach to the evaluation and treatment of chemical dependency. The ADRC is designed to help patients confront and overcome their chemical and/or alcohol dependency, and to assist in developing strategies for maintaining a chemical-free lifestyle.
The ADRC’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Partial Hospital Programs (PHP) have been designed to provide treatment for adults who are suffering from chemical dependency. These comprehensive adult behavioral programs, which are located at Cleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital, have been created to address the unique needs of patients who can benefit from more concentrated services while maintaining active lives in the community. Overall, the aim of the IOP/PHP is to help patients reduce symptoms and achieve greater levels of functioning. The program is available 4 to 5 days per week and is generally 12 to 14 weeks in duration with an average group size of 8 to 12 patients. The last 2 months of the treatment period consist of once weekly group aftercare sessions, so the contact hours are concentrated in the first 4 to 6 weeks of the program.
Completion Rates for Outpatient Programs for Chemical Dependency (N = 103)
Jan. 1 – June 30, 2018
ADRC = Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Center