The TriHealth Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program provides individuals who are at risk of losing their families, careers, health and themselves an opportunity to learn how to overcome their alcohol and drug disorder, restore their lives and maintain their recovery.
Physicians, dentists, pilots, nurses, pharmacists, attorneys and other licensed professionals can rely on accurate Board or FAA approved recommendations for assessment, treatment and continuing care assistance.
The TriHealth Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program is endorsed by the State Medical Board of Ohio for physician assessment referral, non-physician assessments, intensive outpatient treatment, and continuing care. This program is also approved by the Kentucky State Medical Board, the Ohio State Dental Board, the Ohio State Nursing Board, and the Ohio Bar Association. Professionals should contact Good Samaritan.
The TriHealth Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program best serves individuals who can benefit from receiving treatment in either a day or evening intensive outpatient program while carrying on regular activities. It can follow any detoxification program. If residential treatment is needed, we will assist with a referral to a residential program and provide the follow-up care.
Day and evening intensive outpatient services are held at our Good Samaritan and Blue Ash facilities.
Group sessions are held Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Groups focus on:
Our outpatient program can include medication-assisted treatment. In some cases, we prescribe medications to patients to treat mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms on an outpatient basis, and/or assist with recovery. Our medications can help treat addictions to drugs including alcohol and opiates such as heroin. Read more >
One part of our treatment program includes HealthRHYTHMS, which has proven to be an effective communication, relaxation and therapeutic tool for groups.
Participants gather in a circle and use various percussion instruments to follow a beat. No musical experience is necessary.
HealthRHYTHMS is a research-based life enhancement tool which our patients continually review positively. Watch this video to see how the program works, as demonstrated by our staff members.
One year of volunteer-led continuing care is provided at the Good Samaritan and Blue Ash locations at no additional cost. The support group meets once a week.
At an additional cost, counselor-led continuing care is provided at Good Samaritan. It is intended for impaired professionals. The support group meets once a week for a length of time to be determined at an additional cost.
TriHealth's Family Program is for patients' family members and loved ones. Anyone who cares about someone struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction is affected by the disorder, and can help.
The TriHealth Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program will help you identify the effects of the disorder and provide you with tools to cope with those effects. The Family Program will encourage your efforts to support your loved one’s recovery with healthy communication and relationship skills.
The Family Program runs six weeks on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to noon or 6 to 9 p.m. Also, there is a family members only group at our Blue Ash location on Thursday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m. Family, friends, and significant others, 15 years or older are encouraged to attend both groups.
The patient’s consent is needed for attending the Family Program. For more information, please contact:
Kelly Rogan, M.S., LSW, LICDC-CS
Family Program Coordinator, Blue Ash
513 489 6011
Sharon Sowders, EDD, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS
Primary Counselor, Family Counselor, Blue Ash
513 489 6011
Kelley Huff, LPCC
There are several options available for those seeking help from the TriHealth Drug and Alcohol Treatment program.
Please call us and we will work with your insurance company and guide you through the possibilities, based on your financial situation.