Resources & Education
Please check out our YouTube page called Recovery Works. Our videos below are educational videos created by our very own staff members at Marion Recovery Clinic. Below we also have other sources such as our most updated times and dates, our welcome booklet, motivational videos and important hotline phone numbers.
Resources and Education
Hotline and Resource Numbers
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Suicide Prevention Hotline
Suicide Hotline for Deaf
National Domestic Violence Hotline
American Family Housing
LGBT Suicide Hotline
Gay and Lesbian National
Post Abortion Counseling
National Sexual Assault Hotline
Children in Immediate Danger
Eating Disorders Awareness
Family Violence Prevention
Disaster Distress Helpline
Veterans Crisis Line
Compulsive Gambling Hotline
Grief and Loss
Frequently Asked Questions
What is M.A.T. (Medically Assisted Treatment)?
What is Suboxone or Zubsolv?
What is Naloxone?
What is Buprenorphine?
Do I need to make an appointment?
Walk-ins are accepted from 2:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. every Tuesday. For other available dates, please call 740-802-2412 If you miss your appointment we expect our patients to call or text us in advance or as soon as possible in order to make new arrangements.
For New Patients please schedule your appointment here.
Is insurance accepted?
Do I need to attend counseling?
Why do I need to attend counseling?
Although Suboxone and other M.A.T. medications may be necessary to help with physical effects while in recovery, counseling gives you the tools for your mental health. Recovery starts with attitude.
What are signs of drug abuse or opioid dependency?
Forming higher tolerance to higher dosages of pain medication. Mood swings between active drug use. Relationship and interpersonal problems may be caused due to effects of using opioids. The need to seek opioids despite health, behavior, or relationship problems caused while using or seeking opioids. Social, occupational, or recreational activities have been reduced due to the effects of using opioids.
For more information please visit: https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/opioids/signs-of-opioid-abuse.html.