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Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Halfway House - Community Assessment & Treatment

Community Assessment & Treatment Services

Community Assessment & Treatment Services

Address

8415 Broadway Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44105

Phone

(216) 441-0200

Fax

(216)-441 3176 or (216) 206-5216

Program/Contacts

Stephan Williams – Intake Coordinator
Roxanne Wallace – Executive Director

Admission/Rejection Criteria Admissions:

  • Cleveland adult males and females, AOD dependent, indigent, un/under employed
  • Priority given to graduates of the Grafton Correctional Institution Therapeutic Community Help Program
  • Free of non-sexually transmitted communicable diseases
  • Willing to voluntarily participate in all aspects of treatment

Rejections:

  • The following instant offenses of 1st or 2nd degree and/or occurring within the past ten years: murder; voluntary manslaughter; aggravated vehicular homicide; kidnapping; abduction; child stealing; rape; sexual battery; felonious sexual penetration. Child victims.
  • Unreasonable risk of violent behavior, nor under the influence of AOD at admission; Arsonists
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Program Overview


  • Treatment Services - ODADAS certified to provide Intensive Outpatient Services. Assessment upon admission. Individualized treatment planning. Specialized group and individual interventions based on client needs (i.e., anger management, domestic violence, etc.). Services for residents who are dually diagnosed and able to function within the treatment program. Therapeutic Community program. Continuing care available after discharge. Introduction to 12 Step support programs while in treatment as an integral part of the program (in-house meetings, community meetings, expectation of choosing a sponsor while in the program, books and program materials provided). Referral to other community resources when needed.
  • Mental Health Transition Program (formerly SAMI) - These beds are used exclusively for offenders that have been diagnosed with mental or emotional disorders. Offenders are expected to be dually diagnosed or experiencing substance abuse problems. Offenders receive mental health services, case management or transitional services designed to transition them from the institution to the community.
  • Case Management Services - Residents are assessed for medical, legal, clothing, educational, housing needs upon admission. Referrals are made to appropriate community resources and access is facilitated through use of bus tickets, agency van, or other transportation. Eligibility for support programs is reviewed (SSI, Disability Assistance, etc.) and referral facilitated to programs best suited for the resident’s long-term financial self-sufficiency. Coordinate with other case management services resident may require and be eligible to receive (mental health system, TASC, etc.). Assist residents in securing identification materials.
  • General Services - Approximately a 90 day program. Provides housing in an environment that is safe and secure. Assists with employment, education, housing, medical and socialization needs to help resident prepare for discharge to the community.