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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 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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The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab
4.5
Based on 2487 reviews
Justin S.
Justin S.
23:36 27 Nov 21
I was recently a patient at The Recovery Village and I can honestly say that the experience changed my life. Unfortunately, my journey has led me to a half dozen or so treatment centers in my past. TRV has been the best so far. The amenities are some of the best with large comfortable beds and clean living areas. There is plenty to occupy your time recreationally, and the chef and kitchen staff prepare great meals daily. For the most part, the community was very recovery focused as well. The thing that really sets this place apart is the incredible staff that I encounter along the way. It started with the intake and how Maria made me feel as calm as I could be considering the situation. All of the techs went out of their way to be extremely friendly and welcoming. Ones that stood out were Trina, Dave, and John. Dr. Miller was very thorough in her assessments and was careful to monitor my medications. My therapist, Brian, really helped with my one on one sessions and I enjoyed his groups. One of the other clinicians, Tobi, led many powerful and educational group therapy sessions that really helped open my eyes. There are many others not named that helped with my experience, and so far I am staying strong! Just like any treatment center though, you have to put in the effort to expect to get anything out of it. If you are ready to make a change and work on yourself, I would highly recommend TRV.
gail T.
gail T.
16:22 24 Nov 21
Very clean environment. Service is offered at Orlando Recovery Center caters to the clients holistically.
Focwa 7.
Focwa 7.
19:46 22 Nov 21
If you need the help ask for it there's no shame in asking! Was a great experience! Wasn't expecting anyone to understand where I was coming from, no one would understand my story, I was wrong! If you go this is the place to let it all out. The staff was wonderful and the brothers and sisters were very open and comforting to one another. If you go "stay on the path you will find your way home"
Paul R.
Paul R.
00:54 21 Nov 21
The IAFF Center of Excellence saved my life. The clinicians and staff truly care for the firefighters, Paramedics, and EMT’s rehabilitating at the facility. They treat patients with dignity and respect and are as accommodating as can be in a residential treatment facility. Rehabilitation alongside other IAFF members creates a bond among patients that speaks to the life of the brotherhood of the fire service. IAFF members looking to rehab there should consider bringing their own bedding and towels. Bedding and towels are provided but more comfortable provisions for a long-term stay are recommended. All in all, the CoE is a top-notch rehabilitation center for firefighters.
Michael M.
Michael M.
01:32 20 Nov 21
Your literature has addiction and dependence exactly reversed. I am a clinical psychologist with 40 years of addiction treatment behind me and it's time you got this right. Dependence is the physiological process marked by tolerance to a *substance*. Tolerance is identified when physical symptoms of withdrawal are present. Addiction is the psychological (NOT physical) need, or *process*, to continue indulging in a behavior or set of behaviors. You can be addicted to many things which are not substances. Gamboling is the easiest example. It is a behavior that is compulsively engaged in _to the detriment_ of the individual and often those around them. No substance abuse need be present. Please do a deeper dive into the literature. "Psychology Today" is a pop magazine with zero demand for the scientific review which consists of experts in the field assessing an experiment. If you don't have experiments to refer to then your premise is wrong.
Kenneth M.
Kenneth M.
18:16 19 Nov 21
The Center of Excellence help me find life again. This place is uniquely its ability to provide a space for fire fighters to safely work through any traumatic events or substance abuse struggles that may be affecting the lives. The things that I’ve learned here will continue to help maintain mental health and live life fully. It exceeded my expectations and I will forever be grateful to have had the opportunity to begin my healing here.
Drogo
Drogo
16:03 19 Nov 21
I work for Retreat Behavioral Health as a Patient Care Coordinator. Often I have the opportunity to call and speak with admissions when completing assessments for patients. I enjoy speaking with all the employees who work in the admissions department. However, Nikki Alvarez is an absolute sweetheart and extremely professional. When a patient is in doubt she is always encouraging and supportive. Her gentle and genuine approach is heartwarming. Nikki, is the type of person we need in this industry. I idolize and admire her work ethic. You can tell she loves what she does. I'm great-full for her service.- Cleveland.H
Sarah F.
Sarah F.
15:13 18 Nov 21
Wonderful staff! I spent two days in quarantine and was moved over to php. The staff had been kind especially Dave. If I ever needed anything he comes and works his magic. One of the therapists who sadly isn’t a primary is amazing. Tobi has had the biggest impact on me while residing in TRV. The nurse Jennifer was a big help. I loved her so much she would track me down, wake me up for meds and made sure I was vocalized as well as Trina. Bobby and Matt were amazing from kitchen we all loved the Shrimp and Grits !! The therapist Tyson was awesome with her group therapy and I’m greatfull for her as well.Brandi was extremely amazing as my family therapist and crystal helped me through so much. Thank you guys for your help and amazing stay! Shout out to all the housekeeping you guys did awesome ❤️.
Pepe V.
Pepe V.
21:28 17 Nov 21
7 month sober.Samantha, Louie, Cindy were my rocks.
Alina A.
Alina A.
00:20 17 Nov 21
Trina was amazing as well as chris made me feel comfortable!
Mike M.
Mike M.
18:02 16 Nov 21
The facility was very clean and the staff was willing to answer any questions I had
Karen M.
Karen M.
16:40 15 Nov 21
My experience with The Recovery Village was positive.
David Howey J.
David Howey J.
21:14 13 Nov 21
20 years of suffering with PTSD from 9-11. Then having my 2nd marriage circling the drain and the death of one of my sons I checked in at the center . The staff is amazing they totally understand how firefighters act and think they helped me get my life back together and brought me out of the darkness.
Haileigh D.
Haileigh D.
23:51 12 Nov 21
It’s a great place to go for recovery.
Robert H.
Robert H.
15:24 12 Nov 21
Everyone that works at Orlando recovery really seems invested in helping people maintain and obtain sobriety. Most of the clientele that comes through is also extremely friendly and easy to get along with. Getting help isn’t a bad experience I laugh, I cried, I joked but I definitely discovered brother and sisters in arms a fraternity of sorts. I think a few things can be improved on the organization could be better and they could be better staff but as I understand there under new management and getting things more organized. Some of the therapist are extremely empathetic and you can really tell there listening. I do think they should provide all the clientele with in house device to set alarms and that can send notification for the start of group. Overall it was a pleasant experience.
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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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