Outpatient Treatment

Some of the outpatient services provided by Solutions Behavioral Healthcare include the following:

Diagnostic Assessment

Psychiatric Evaluations

Group Counseling

Adult Intensive Outpatient Program for alcohol and drug issues

Behavioral Health Counseling and Therapy

Individual, Group, Relationship, and Family

Brief, Strategic, Solution Focused Therapy

Pharmacologic Management for mental health issues




Please call (330)723-9600 to schedule a diagnostic assessment and to answer your questions regarding engaging in our outpatient services after completing the diagnostic assessment.


Family Intervention ReSponse Team (FIRST)

The FIRST Program is designed to work with families whose children and adolescents are:

At risk of out-of-home placement, and/or

Transitioning back home, and/or

Requires intensive services to stabilize in the community.

FIRST programming is designed for families to provide a wrap around level of treatment and support that will optimize the chances for maintaining a child in his/her home environment or within the least restrictive environment as possible. Services include:

Intensive Home Based Counseling

Transitional Aged Youth Counseling

Outpatient Counseling

Psychiatric Services

Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment

Family Resource Specialists


Please call (330) 723-9600 to schedule a diagnostic assessment first and to answer your questions regarding engaging in the FIRST Program.


Urgent Services

Solutions provides urgent services during regular business hours. County wide psychiatric emergency services are available through Alternative Paths at (330)725-9195.


Solutions Intervention Process

Solutions offers an Intervention Process based upon the Johnson Institute Model of Intervention.  The goal is to gain commitment to recovery by the chemically dependent person and engage them into appropriate treatment.  The process involves family members and/or significant others.

The steps of the process include:

Step One: Identifying appropriate participants.

Step Two: Educating participants about the disease of chemical dependency and about the Intervention Process.

Step Three: Having participants write letters of concern to the chemically dependent person.

Step Four: Having participants role-play the intervention.

Step Five: Doing the actual Intervention.

The Intervention Process entails a total of about five hours and three separate meetings.

The Intervention Specialist and contact person is Harold Jowers LISW-S LICDC at (330) 723-9600.


Community Services and Prevention Programs

Solutions provides a wide range of community services and prevention programs designed to promote a more accurate understanding of mental health and alcohol and other drug related issues. Theses services include:

Consultation with the Medina County Schools to develop and implement prevention and intervention services.

Educational/informational presentations and trainings.

Drug Free Workplace Trainings


Driver Intervention Program

Solutions provides a monthly 72-hour residential education/intervention program for court-referred adults convicted of DUI

offenses. The program strives to:

Motivate “social drinker” to adopt more responsible attitudes and choices about drinking and driving.

Identify participants who appear to have developed patterns of alcohol and/or other drug use and refer them for further evaluation and treatment.

Educate each participant about alcohol and other drug use and abuse.





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