Drug and Alcohol Recovery Program and Support
When substance use affects your relationships, health, work, school or finances, ask Genesis Drug and Alcohol Recovery Program for help. You’ll learn to identify signs of chemical dependency and develop skills for solving problems and making positive changes. For more information, call (740) 454-5927.
Adult Substance Abuse Treatment
Get help abstaining from alcohol and drugs with counseling, individualized treatment, group therapy, education and family support.
- 12-step recovery
- Defense mechanisms
- Recognizing and managing your emotions
- Grief and recovery
- Family recovery
- Stress management
- Dual diagnosis
- Altered brain chemistry
- Post-acute withdrawal symptoms
- Relapse prevention
A program specifically designed to identify triggers to relapse and develop behaviors that support recovery.
This program includes weekly group therapy and individual counseling and is designed to support and maintain ongoing recovery after an intensive program has been completed.
The Driver Intervention Program offers adults an alternative to jail after drinking and driving offenses. Each month, you join your peers from 6:30 p.m. on Thursday to 6:30 p.m. on Sunday for a clinic that focuses on alternatives to drinking and driving, insurance issues and legal consequences. You’ll benefit from individual sessions, receive chemical dependency testing and get an assessment with recommendations for your next steps.
You stay in a dormitory-style facility staffed 24 hours a day.
Teachers and clinic presenters include certified and licensed professionals, attorneys, Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers and insurance agents.
We take referrals from inside and outside Ohio. Our program is certified by the State of Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services and held at the Friendly Hills Grange Camp, 5880 Friendly Hills Drive, Zanesville.
This one-day session for adults offers an alternative to fines or a jail sentence. Alcohol and drug education make up part of the program, which is designed to reduce theft and help participants make positive changes. The course includes:
- Information and statistics on the problem
- Personal and group confrontation
- Self-evaluation guided by a professional counselor
- Emphasis on social responsibility
- Development of a written personal plan of action
Available to all Ohio residents, this program is the only one of its kind in the state.