Ohio Dept. of Mental Health and Addiction Services
Typical Staff-to-Patient Ratio – 1:50
Medical Doctor – On Staff
Master’s Level Therapists
Substance Abuse Counselors
Licensed Practical Nurses
Buckeye Community Health Plan
Optum/United Behavioral Health
VA Community Care Network
United Healthcare Community Plan
Medicaid Accepted: Yes
Out of Network Insurance Accepted: Call
Findlay Treatment Services is a licensed Methadone, Buprenorphine/Suboxone, and Vivitrol clinic located along Highway 224. Our outpatient treatment program provides care for people struggling with addiction to opioids. Our providers include an on-staff Medical Doctor, Master’s Level Therapists, Substance Abuse Counselors, and Licensed Practical Nurses. In addition to case management services, we offer compassionate care and evidence-based treatments. Patients can choose gender-specific groups, and we accept pregnant women.
Customized treatment plans are created based on each patient’s needs. In addition to prescribed medications, patients receive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and individual, family, and group counseling. Patients learn techniques for anger management, medication management, and relapse prevention. We also provide life skills and vocational counseling.
We also provide Narcan education and resources to the Findlay community.
Known as “Flag City USA,” Findlay is approximately 40 miles south of Toledo, Ohio. The second-largest city in Northwest Ohio, Findlay is the county seat of Hancock County and boasts a surprisingly large art culture. Findlay is the headquarters of major industrial and manufacturing companies, like Cooper Tire and Rubber Company, Marathon Petroleum, and Whirlpool’s dishwasher manufacturing plant. The University of Findlay is a private liberal arts college best known for its programs in Education and Equestrian studies.