Putting an End to Addiction
At Riverside Recovery Services, LLC in South Point, Ohio, we help provide you with the resources you need to live a productive life in recovery. We teach you communication and coping skills, personal ethics and relapse prevention techniques.
We provide individual treatment services to individuals in Lawrence County working to recover from the disease of addiction, including assessments, individual and group counseling, education, drug screens and case management services. Meet our staff....
Addiction Doesn't Discriminate
We know the first step to addiction recovery is deciding that you need to make a change. Maybe you can see how your addiction is creating problems in your life, or maybe your friends or family members have approached you to tell you that they are worried about you.
Regardless of why you have decided to make a change, the important thing is that you are making it and you’re motivated to improve your life and health by putting an end to your addiction to alcohol, drugs or to the behaviors or disorders that are holding your life captive.
Riverside Recovery Services FAQ
Are we making progress in getting people into Recovery and providing them the resources needed to stay in Recovery long term?
Yes, the past year and a half we have had Medicaid Expansion working with us to see people thru a longer process and its working.
BH ReDesign is something that was implemented January 1 of this year. How is it going to create change in what you do at Riverside Recovery?
Less Case Management can be provided, Hours have been cut from 30 to 19.9 (explanation) etc.
Why would State Agencies make a change to a system that is working on a national fight against ADDICTION?
We are asking that Question directly to the State Agencies and to legislators in Ohio. We will continue to fight for our clients to have the opportunity to live in Recovery
If I am a woman in a Recovery House, what would my day be like?
You would attend Group Counseling, you would work with a case manager to determine what you need to accomplish: going to the Social Security Office, meeting with Children's Services, attending court, meeting with a probation officer, going to the DMV, getting enrolled in school, job hunting and this is just a few things you might be doing.
How do you determine if I am ready to leave the Recovery House?
You would have addressed all the things I just talked about, you would have identified how you would pay for living in the community, you would have the skills to manage a day-to-day routine, and you would be confident in your ability to stay sober.