Treatment works. Recovery is possible.
Clinical Treatment Services
Our clinical providers are trained to assess and diagnose Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and other behavioral and mental health disorders. Licensed and credentialed LSW, LISW, LPCC, LICDC, LCDCII, LICDCIII, CDCA, and nurses are available to all clients and work together to create individualized treatment plans. The Recovery Council serves all clients regardless of their ability to pay. Discounts for services are offered based on family size and income. For more information, please contact us.
Residential programs, including partial hospitalization, are available for both men and women throughout Pike County.
Each program has 24-hour supervision and offers a full continuity of care including individualized treatment plans, case management, group and individual counseling, referrals, and transitional planning.
Trauma-Informed Programshow more
A specialty program designed for women who are survivors of human trafficking and other significant trauma.
This program is located in Pike County and works with local courts and programs, such as Franklin Co. CATCH Court, and offers special trauma-informed services such as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), certified counseling, and specialized yoga and coaching.show less
Family Reunification & Stabilizationshow more
The Family Recovery Program is intended to provide a safe, stable, and supportive environment for a parent or parents who have successfully completed multiple levels of treatment.
Families can stay in the program to stabilize as long as they need, with the support of our staff, and leave when they know they can be successful on their own.show less
Recovery Housingshow more
Recovery housing is intended to serve individuals who have completed treatment and transitional housing.
Tenants have more independence and privacy while still receiving services that support a commitment to a healthy, substance-free lifestyle. Licensed and credentialed staff provide individualized treatment plans that are specific to the needs of each tenant.show less
Withdraw Managementshow more
Services provided include a holistic approach to healing the body, mind, and spirit. Staff will provide services 24/7 and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is available for stabilization. In accordance with ASAM criteria, a credentialed team of nurses, nurse practitioners, and doctors will assess and refer to various levels of care as appropriate.show less
For all questions related to treatment programs, including availability and requirements, please get in touch with our admissions department at 740-835-8485, email@example.com.
The Recovery Council offers prevention services, mental health services, individual and group counseling (with topics including life skills, co-dependency, parenting, and anger management), drug testing, outreach services, substance abuse assessment, substance abuse education, and transportation services.
Prevention & Diversion
Our prevention specialists make a huge impact in our communities by serving hundreds of students, across four school districts, providing classroom education, coalition building, grant writing, collaboration with community partners, and attending and hosting several community events.show more
The Wave Makers are a coalition of high school students who are dedicated to empowering and inspiring youth to live substance-free. The Wave Makers were established in 2020 and were Pike county’s first youth-led coalition, with a mission to promote kindness and a substance-free lifestyle. The coalition meets regularly to discuss ways to be a positive change in the community and organize and support community service efforts.
The Helping Profession Scholarship is administered by our prevention team and agency to support high school students in Pike and Ross counties who plan to study social work, counseling, and other health and social service-related fields. To date, this scholarship has supported five students from Pike and Ross counties.
This scholarship is awarded in May and is currently available to seniors attending Huntington-Ross, Western, and Piketon. Interested students should speak to their guidance counselors.
TREATMENT SERVICES PROVIDER SPOTLIGHT
Job title and site: Deputy Director, Admin
How long have you been with the agency? 23 years
What do you love most about your job? What this agency stands for! The mission of The Recovery Council is to provide evidence-based, quality integrated alcohol and drug abuse/addiction, and mental health services to support a life of recovery as well as evidence-based prevention services.
What do you think people should know about the agency and/or substance use disorder? That we are here to help people recover!!!!! That it is an addiction!!!! We love you 100% no matter what you have been through, what you have done, or where you have been!
3 words to describe yourself: Loyal, Rigid, and Respectful
What is your favorite hobby? Camping and riding my Harley
What is something you can’t live without? Food
Where is your favorite place to be? St. Pete, FL
What was your first concert? George Strait
Job title: Resident Advisor (RA)
How long have you been with the agency? 10 months
What do you love most about your job? How my coworkers are like family
What do you think people should know about the agency and/or substance use disorder? Amazing treatment, amazing staff.
3 words to describe yourself: Hard worker, reliable, and loyal
What is your favorite hobby? Fishing, attending my kids’ sports events, and disc golfing
What is something you can’t live without? My kids and fishing
Where is your favorite place to be? Tennessee
What was your first concert? Lil Wayne
Slide through to see some of our staff and clients enjoying trips, activities, training, celebrations, and various service and art projects!