At Marion Recovery, our professional and experienced staff are here to make sure our patients feel secure and welcomed. Our staff is here to help those who want to feel comfortable in their recovery. We help those who are ready to be in recovery acquire the right tools that will make you stronger and healthier. Marion Opiate Recovery is dedicated to guide you in the right direction with professional and friendly care.
Walk-in hours: Tuesday’s (except for any major holidays) between 3:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. We do have other appointments available by calling 740-802-2412.What to bring: Valid picture I.D. (license, state I.D., passport, etc) Insurance Card Payment (debit, credit, money order accepted - please no cash) Current medication list Cost: The first month at Marion Recovery is $200. A payment plan is available. $100 minimum to be seen the first day. The balance of $100 must be made within 14 days of first visit. Monthly cost: $160 Ask for new patient special’s Most insurance providers will cover cost of medication and toxicology reports. If you do not have insurance please talk to one of our office staff for options in regards to paying for medication and toxicology lab reports.
Your first appointment will be with our individual counselor or counselor assistant. If patient does well during the first month such as avoiding triggers and avoiding illegal substances, that patient will then be expected to do group or individual counseling every 28 days.
A one-on-one session with one of our professional counselors or social worker and:
- A pregnancy test (If Applicable).
- Urine sample.
- A one-on-one treatment plan with physician.
We do not hold any medications at our facility.
Any prescriptions must be brought to a pharmacy of your choice.
The second appointment is typically scheduled 7 or 14 days after the first. This appointment is a check up appointment that usually last 30 minutes. A urine sample will be collected and any possible dosage changes will be adjusted at this time. Any remaining balance must be paid.
The third appointment is typically scheduled 28 days following the FIRST appointment. If the patient shows progress and no signs of relapse in the first 28 days, the patient may begin the monthly (28 days) program at this point.