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An Advanced Approach to Patient Care

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 sober housing accommodations and 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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Resources For ProfessionalS

Understanding your options and resources is the first step in referring patients, clients or loved ones to quality addiction treatment. Learn more about the factors to consider when making a referral.

What Our Patients Have to Say

The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab
4.4
Based on 2056 reviews
Nico P.
Nico P.
23:33 22 Jun 21
I loved my experience at the village. It was amazing and the most helpful detox ive ever been to. Gabriel and Emily and the kitchen staff were too notch and very loving. I would recommend his place to everyone!
Timothy L.
Timothy L.
22:20 21 Jun 21
The IAFF COE was an outstanding experience. The clinicians and staff were very caring and helpful. April, Alanna and all the others made a huge difference in my time there. A special thanks to Mark for all he does. Thank you so much.
Jessica P.
Jessica P.
18:32 21 Jun 21
I absolutely loved all the staff. Tamieka and A.J and Ny the BHTs were wonderful. And Jessica and Monet the nurses were amazing. I would definitely recommend this place to everyone who wants to change their life.
Brandyna T.
Brandyna T.
17:46 21 Jun 21
I have been here going on 30 days now, and I have to say that it was a great experience. The staff is nice and helpful for your recovery. The food needs a little work not being dry but other than that it is a great facility
ChaunceyE C.
ChaunceyE C.
17:33 21 Jun 21
The counseling provided here was excellent. I found all of the staff to be concerned about my well being and sobriety. I met wonderful people in my time here that will be a part of my sober life going forward.
Darrin D.
Darrin D.
16:51 21 Jun 21
Awesome place I highly recommend it the staff is amazing very caring and respectful the food is delicious and the group and personal therapy sessions were outstanding learn a lot about myself and my addiction thank you very much recovery village for helping me through a rough time in my life
Tanya K.
Tanya K.
16:34 18 Jun 21
Jimmy and Lisa were the two techs that really care. And would go above and beyond. Or out of their way. Rest in peace Lisa. We love you.
Brian R.
Brian R.
22:11 17 Jun 21
Trina, Chris, Dave, John, Val, C.V., Wendy, and Sherri were all excellent staff members who went out of their way to ensure my stay at The Recovery Village was pleasant.
Brad L
Brad L
20:59 17 Jun 21
Top notch facility!I was at my breaking point and didn't know what to do. I had heard about the IAFF C.O.E a few years ago through the IFSI Resiliency Program. Never in my mind did I think I would need help because I was tuff, proud and ashamed to let anyone know I was struggling. Plus, I could handle my problems myself! How wrong was I! I would have not gone anywhere else but the C.O.E to heal along side my brothers and sisters! I now have the tools to deal with my illness. PTSD, Depression, Anxiety and Substance Abuse is real in our profession and it's getting worse by the day! If you need help please call you won't regret it! To ALL the Staff Thank You!
Kim B.
Kim B.
20:09 17 Jun 21
This place was a blessing and I am so incredibly great full for the people staff and tools that I have acquired here. There is such a sense of family. Truly blessed. People including Jessica, Jojo, Cassie, Dona, Karen and all the other staff really made me feel welcome and safe to find my way through my trauma and gave me a strong foundation to start my new life.
Shayne W.
Shayne W.
19:29 17 Jun 21
Coming to the Center of Excellence was without a doubt the best decision I have ever made. Not only did my experience there change my life, it saved it. Any firefighters who are struggling and think that they can’t be helped, please know the help is out there. Call the number, you’ll be glad you did.
Jacob H.
Jacob H.
17:12 17 Jun 21
Good staff makes you feel welcome good food good beds and therapist that really care
Johnathan
Johnathan
15:30 17 Jun 21
Reading through the company’s mission statement, you can clearly see the primary focus is on the financial well being of the facility. I believe the facility operates with an emphasis on low cost service, which can make clients daily life somewhat difficult.There is also a problem with transparency, as clients seem to be the last to know of rule changes, if informed at all.The clinical staff is amazing and provide excellent groups along with one on one counseling.Overall, about 80% of the staff is truly committed to your well being. I would recommend this facility.
Lisa W.
Lisa W.
22:01 16 Jun 21
Horrible experience. Spent 12,000 for 45 days and my son came home with more drug ideas and contacts and started using again with 1 week. The counselor they recommended sucked
Tiffany L.
Tiffany L.
21:49 16 Jun 21
Friendly staff as always there to help when needed.
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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.

Other Addiction Resources

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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