About Treatment Center
Located in Beachwood, Ohio, Highland Springs Hospital offers treatment for Addiction, Alcohol Abuse and Drug Abuse. Our dedicated team of addiction specialists have one main goal in mind – to help addicts beat the cycle of addiction once and for all. Our treatment approaches, which include Cognitive/behavioral therapy, Dialectical behavioral therapy and Substance abuse counseling approach are available to Adult men and Adult women. Beginning with an intake assessment, our addiction specialists are able to determine the best course of action when creating the patients’ customized treatment plan. We believe that anyone can recover, no matter how severe their addiction is.We have Computerized treatment, Hospital inpatient and Hospital inpatient detoxification treatment options that are invaluable to the patients’ recovery process. With the right treatment plan in place, our patients can achieve anything that they set their mind to. We truly care about the success of our patients, both in recovery and in every aspect of their lives. We accept Most Insurances as well as many other insurances. We aim to show addicts how to live the life that they deserve without being constrained by addiction. Despite where an addict is in their addiction, it’s not too late to change. We understand that change can seem like a very scary thing, especially for a newly recovering addict. The changes that they will make here at Highland Springs Hospital may just be the very changes that will save their lives.
- Alcohol Abuse
- Drug Abuse
- Drug Addiction
- Intervention center
- Medical Detox
- Substance Abuse
- Computerized treatment
- Hospital inpatient
- Hospital inpatient detoxification
- Hospital inpatient treatment
- Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or vivitrol
- Short-term residential
- Adult men
- Adult women
Areas of Specialization
- 12-step faciltitation approach
- Accepts clients on opioid medication
- Alcohol Detoxification
- All Clients in Opioid Treatment Program
- Anger management
- Benzodiazepines Detoxification
- Brief intervention approach
- Clients referred from the court/judicial system
- Cocaine Detoxification
- Family Addiction Counseling
- Group counseling offered
- Individual counseling offered
- Marital/couples counseling offered
- Methamphetamines Detoxification
- Motivational interviewing
- Naltrexone (oral)
- Opiods Detoxification
- Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders
- Relapse Prevention
- Relapse prevention from naltrxone
- Vivitrol® (injectable Naltrexone)
American Express, Cash or self-payment, Check, Mastercard, Visa.
- Most Insurances
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While intake took a little longer than expected, I was absolutely amazed by how attentive and caring the staff was. I was there for one week and it was a blessing. I've been to 5 different psych inpatient wards and Highland Springs is by far the cleanest, most professional.
Izzy Stack, 26 days ago
I was admitted here December of 2016. It was clean and the staff was helpful though sometimes i felt like I was a bother to some of them. I am still struggling with suicidal thoughts and I wish I had made the most out of my experience. The food was great and there was plenty of support. I was in a hurry to leave because my baby was without me. If I could go back in time I would take my time and maybe stay a bit longer and participate more in group sessions, they really help with getting your feelings out. overall when I left I was reenergized and wanted to live again.
Ghera'deysia Hill, 1 month ago
My overall experience was good. I'm thankful that I stayed for the 5 days I was there. The staff was amazing; kind, helpful and mostly upbeat. I heard a few people say the programs needed to be more directed towards addiction, just thought I'd throw that out there. Thank you once again..
Chris Rehoreg, 1 month ago
I work in intake and the communication has been very thorough. I will continue to send patients because of this. The patients seem to be pleased with the service too. Cherie also does an excellent job and we enjoy her.
Tonya Williams, 1 month ago
Mrs. Cherie Jenkins is always pleasant and smiling. there are not many times I ask people their name, but when I met her I needed to know. Keep up the good work Cherie.
Rasheda Bonner, 2 months ago
I took my mom here after a long battle of trying to get her help and this place was a game changer for her. I went to the assessment with her and the specialist was so attentive to my mom and what she really needed. I couldn't be more thankful that they helped her when I couldn't ! I'd easily recommend to anyone that truly needs help.
Cassidy Awad, 3 months ago
Cherie is very helpful and knowledgeable with any questions or concerns our doctor's office has! She is always in a cheerful mood. We love when she stops by our office!
Kaylee Bowen, 3 months ago
I was treated in the out patient program and the experience was great, no complaints. The only thing that I have a problem with is they over charged my account by $300. They tried stealing $300 and are giving my family a hard time when it comes to giving us back our money. I have been out since the end of April and still no money and they won't give an explanation why.
Autumn Linc, 3 months ago
Fantastic staff there. Super helpful. Danielle B. Is one of the nicest persons I have met!! Keep up the good work!!!
Joey Kuchler, 3 months ago
I went in to the Partial Hospitalization Program at Highland Springs after experiencing an initial episode of psychosis. I found the staff increasingly understanding, helpful, and dedicated to supporting my treatment and found the other patients extremely welcoming and supportive.
Michael Becker, 4 months ago
I was admitted last March (2016) a week before Easter. I've been to two other hospitals and Highland by far was the best one I went to. The other two hospitals over medicated me to the point where I didn't know where I was, couldn't remember anything, and always wanting to sleep. This facility was very new, updated, and comfortable. The staff was absolutely fantastic. I had nothing but positive interactions with every single nurse and assistants. I even ended up having a massive panic attack and they handled it perfectly. I went into my room, while my roommate went out into the common room. The nurse and assistant were extremely helpful in calming me down. There was one assistant, unfortunately I don't remember her name as it was over a year ago, that was amazing. I felt like she related to me very well and she was so caring. The only thing I didn't like, which wasn't Highland's problem, was the fact that I got to the hospital at around 3 in the morning. The ER didn't find a facility with an open bed until around 1:30 in the morning. When I got into the hospital, they made sure I was comfortable and sleeping within 20 minutes. I'd gone in and out of mental hospitals a few times, and I can't say that any of them helped me as much as Highland did. Ever since I was discharged, I haven't cut (which was a pretty common occurance for me). It's been over a year and I'll always remember how positive my experience was. Thank you guys so much for helping me gain control of my severe bipolar disorder/borderline personality disorder. I couldn't be more thankful! If you're thinking about sending a loved one to a psychiatric hospital, this is a great facility for them to recover!
Brittany Holmes, 5 months ago
This place is fantastic and the best thing that's happened to me in a while. They're polite and courteous and allow adequate time with family and free time to watch YouTube or Netflix or spend time doing some self help. The staff is always available to help and talk and set up appointments with your therapist. Would recommend to anyone.
Austin Householder, 5 months ago
I was a patient at Highland Springs for two weeks back in late summer of this year, and I also participated in the PHP program following my discharge. On the whole, my experience at Highland Springs was very positive and I'm glad that I received treatment there. My only concerns are as follows: when I was admitted after spending the previous day/night in an ER, I was led into a admitting room and asked what I wanted to eat for breakfast. I was then left in that room for quite a while, only seeing someone when they returned with my meal tray. For someone with a high level of anxiety, to be left alone in a new place can be very frightening. I would have appreciated it if someone had explained the admission process to me prior to just being left in the admission room. My second concern is that it was primarily left up to me to find a psychologist and psychiatrist for after care once I was done with the PHP program. Prior to being admitted to Highland Springs, I had been seeing a psychologist and a psychiatrist, but I was unsatisfied with those services and I wanted assistance in finding new ones. My PHP therapist helped by giving me some names of people to call - that's the issue, I was the one who was supposed to call. I eventually ended up going back to the organization I had been with previously, only with a different psychologist and psychiatrist. I understand that the point of the IPU and the PHP program is to help the patient get back on their feet and back on stable ground. However, it is very difficult sometimes to get an answer from anyone in the medical field - mental health or otherwise - and I had assumed that I would be receiving more help in setting up my aftercare. Highland Springs was a blessing to me and my parents, and I greatly thank the staff there for everything they did for me. I would and will recommend Highland Springs to anyone who either needs the assistance I received, or has a loved one who needs the assistance.
Jackie Scheufler, 8 months ago
As a patient here, I can honestly say this is the best treatment program in the area. The staff and doctors genuinely cared for me and my well-being. In four days I went from a total mess to an optimistic individual. I felt better leaving there than I've felt in years! Highly recommend it for anxiety and depression!
Kaitlin Miller, 1 year ago