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We are an integrated behavioral healthcare management company dedicated to the treatment of addiction, substance abuse, eating disorders and mental health issues.

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Our Centers

Our facilities offer a full continuum of care and provide comprehensive discharge plans to aid in the success of our patients’ recovery. In addition to providing detox, residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs, we also provide  outpatient services for our patients. Our rehab facilities serve communities from Florida to Washington, specializing in a range of addiction recovery services.

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What Our Patients Have to Say

The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab
4.5
Based on 2626 reviews
Ryan N.
Ryan N.
22:23 17 Aug 22
It's a great place! Be honest with yourself and with your medical providers. You will not regret spending time there.
Kristina B.
Kristina B.
17:05 16 Aug 22
Amazing therapists. Unbelievable that they have that much talent under one roof. The facility is clean, the techs really care, the pool is awesome. They kept me on schedule it wasn’t just a free for all. Which I needed. Groups were extremely helpful I learned so much about myself and the disease of addiction and I would highly highly recommend this facility to anyone looking for help.
Daniel L.
Daniel L.
16:55 16 Aug 22
It is not cliche for me to say that this Center, it’s Clinicians and ALL of the staff here have indeed saved my life. I have been a Firefighter/Paramedic for 11 years and in July of 2020 I suffered a trauma that changed me at my core. I had no idea what to do or who to talk to. I began isolating from my friends and family, avoiding all of my responsibilities, and spiraling out of control. I turned to the usual/ socially acceptable outlet for many of us in the Fire Service, but not ONLY Firefighters, ALCOHOL. Bad idea.... it only took me two months until i could no longer perform my job safely or adequately. I left work under the FMLA act and sought therapy locally to try and sort myself out. Despite my therapists best efforts to help me, two days a week was not getting me where I needed to be to return to duty.After numerous conversations over a 3 month period my therapist finally convinced me I needed to check myself into the IAFF Center of Excellence. I finally realized i needed a lot more specialized/intense treatment and I needed A LOT of it!Today, after 48 days, I am graduating from the Center of Excellence. I have learned countless tools that I can use to reintegrate back into my home life. I have learned so many skills that I can share with coworkers, friends and family members as well. While I do not know what the future holds for me as far as my career as a Firefighter I do know that I will be alive and sober to make good decisions, and to be able to cope with decisions that are out of my control. Those are two things I could not guarantee prior to coming here.If you or anyone you know is struggling with PTSD or Addiction, the IAFF Center of Excellence is where you/they need to be! There are countless programs out there for addiction and/or PTSD, but there is nowhere else that is specifically made for Firefighters. The ability to share my stories and hear stories from the men and women who have “been where I have, and seen what I have seen” is what truly makes this a special place! I have made countless friends from all over the United States and can now include them in my lifetime support network moving forward in my sobriety and learning to live with PTSD.I wish you, your family member or friend the very best. Make the call and get the help that is needed and deserved.Yours Truly,Daniel LewisCouncil Bluffs Fire and RescueLocal 15Residing in Omaha, NE08/16/22Recovery is an ongoing process. I was successful in abstaining from alcohol for the last 18 months and the relationships I have at home are better than they ever have been in my life. Those successes I can attribute to the tools I learned here last year. That being said…. my mental health and PTSD symptoms became overwhelming again and I recognized that I needed to come back here for more help. I am eternally grateful for the staff and clinicians here at the COE.Daniel Lewis
Rodney T.
Rodney T.
15:11 16 Aug 22
I have truly been blessed by everyone here! I’m thankful for the knowledge given to help me reset my life and to apply it to my life going forward..Thank you!!!
L M
L M
18:07 15 Aug 22
Mia and everyone I’ve spoken to in admissions has been incredibly kind and compassionate. I deeply appreciate their help and information.
Chris W.
Chris W.
13:35 15 Aug 22
If your a firefighter who is struggling with PTSD or Addictions; this is the place you need to be! I have a second chance at life now!
Joshua R.
Joshua R.
18:49 13 Aug 22
Love it love Cindy, love Sara, love Scott, love Kathy, love the program. Awesome place awesome staff.
Samantha S.
Samantha S.
22:20 12 Aug 22
I have been in the fire service for over 23 years. I have not been to a therapist who understood nor did they understand PTSD. I was doing well until some final triggers and I was drowning. I was a ball of numbness and just existing. The COE and staff truly took the time to help me find myself again. I feel joy, laughter, yes sadness but now I can name it and deal with it. It’s like learning an algorithm to bring the right thinking pattern back to the brain. Truly remarkable.
Bill S.
Bill S.
18:17 12 Aug 22
Great atmosphere, in depth classes and great recreation. I am sober today, and I owe it all to TRV staff. Thank you! (The food is excellent)
giuliano A
giuliano A
04:20 12 Aug 22
Nothing but good stuff to say about this facility it was an awesome place The experience I had here was beyond what I expected almost felt like summer camp . Shoutout to the chief ! Always preparing good food morning to night for everybody! jimmy is the man with the plan!(you need something talk to jimmy!The staff bobble head mike is a trip, O is a beast , big Al get ya head up! Ms. Peaches ! Cigar cafe!Rose has an amazing heart is so down to earth ! Ms G I won’t forget our talk! Phil! Kieth sweat! Rick! I meant rich! The maintenance man ! Natasha the nurse ! How can I forget Jenn with the jays! Swag! BianCa for putting up with me following her!dre day with the music ! All the therapist who put there all into the groups! BEBE with the dumb dumbs :)! The cleaning staff Lola,Maria ( these are names I made up for everybody) Genie in a bottle always bouncing back and fourth for the patient ! Denise with finances I see you !sheri the therapist! Telly whaduppp!So many good hearted people I met along this journey that are there to help 😉 this whole facility gets 5 stars what an amazing experience to take with me
Rachel K.
Rachel K.
21:23 11 Aug 22
Orlando Recovery Center was the best treatment facility out there! It saved my life, and I am over two years sober from opiates. This facility is a dual-diagnosis treatment, and has the upmost gold standard of care. Every staff member and physician was incredibly caring, and knew exactly what to do to get me the best treatment possible! I would recommend ORC to anyone that is seeking care!
cdeaton343
cdeaton343
16:32 11 Aug 22
This place is truly amazing. When I say it saved my life I can with 100% honestly say it saved my life. I will always promote this place to any of my brothers or sisters firefighters. I will forever have a place in my heart for the COE. The staff is beyond words and helpful. Thank you COE for getting back to being me.
Tony A.
Tony A.
23:39 09 Aug 22
Kristina Maloney is the best. Ask for her if you ever need anything at ORC!
Philip R.
Philip R.
21:24 09 Aug 22
My experience at TRV was incredible. All of the therapists and staff are great at there jobs and take there jobs very seriously and care about all of the patients in the program.
Jason B.
Jason B.
15:51 09 Aug 22
I had a great experience and got the help I needed. The staff was amazing.
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Addiction Information

The formal definition of addiction once included a reference to illegal behaviors. In order to spot an addiction to alcohol, for example, clinicians would determine how often a person had been arrested due to being drunk in public, or they’d ask how often the person had slipped behind the wheel to drive while under the influence of alcohol. This distinction was considered important, as it proved that people who had these addictions were willing to do anything, including breaking the law, in order to get what they wanted.

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We provide a free online source of comprehensive information on addiction-related topics at DrugRehab.com and TheRecoveryVillage.com. These resources house medically verified information on topics ranging from the science of addiction to the latest recovery options. These websites are designed for patients, families, and teens affected by addiction who want to learn about the latest substance abuse trends, legislation and treatment options and find answers to frequently asked questions.

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