Glenbeigh Hospital of Rock Creek

2863 State Route 45 P.O. Box 298, Rock Creek, Ohio, 44084

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Glenbeigh, an outpatient facility located in Northeast Ohio, provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs utilizing an abstinence-based, disease concept model of treatment. Glenbeigh focuses not only on the patient, but also on the family and friends affected by the disease of addiction. By treating each patient as a whole person and developing a deep understanding of each individual’s issues, Glenbeigh helps move clients from addiction to healthy, productive lives. Glenbeigh is a not for profit organization that depends on the generosity of community donors.

Facility Highlights

  • Gender Specific Services
  • Medically Supervised Detoxification
  • Dual Diagnosis Services

Specialization

  • Glenbeigh's Inpatient Treatment Program
    These specialty programs offer innovative treatment solutions for patients with particular needs so that women, licensed professionals, pain management patients, dual diagnosis patients, and relapse prevention patients can all find programs tailored to their special needs.
  • Women’s Services
    Treatment at Glenbeigh addresses the special needs of these women, which may include a history of trauma, domestic violence, self-esteem issues or shame created by the cultural bias toward addicted women. Glenbeigh provides alcohol and drug addicted women with an environment where they feel “safe” and comfortable talking about problems they may never have faced before. Special facilities and services for women in inpatient treatment and extended residential care include housing in a separate wing of the hospital where they have their own lounge areas to ensure privacy. Female therapists and all female counseling groups provide the opportunity to gain support from other women in order to deal with sensitive issues and begin the healing process.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

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A young girl, kind of chubby who gave classes on the second floor in Relapse Prevention called me several vile names in front of the class because I was a retired Police Officer. I can\'t get this out of my mind because the rest of my Glenbeigh experience was excellent and life saving. I love Glenbeigh but she has no business being there.

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A phenomenal experience for me. A lot of ups and downs throughout the process. Good people that do whatever they can to help. My personal recommendation would be to do whatever you can do to make it 45-50 days minimum. The longer, the better. You don’t even start listening for almost 30 days! Glenbeigh saved my life!

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I went into GB In Denial, Kicking and Screaming, seeing all these patients laughing and talking. I thought they had all lost it. My denial was hard to break and my Escape plans Plentiful, it took only a few days there to. Breakthrough all of that and then Some! The education my family and I received was amazing, the Counselors work their asses off , theres always a few who it won’t ever get Through to. Yes they DO repeat some lectures and classes, that’s only Bc. addiction wasn’t learned overnight it was , Ingrained into us. So will recovery, a lot of things need to be said in many different ways until it finally resonates. It does push NA/AA for after you are discharged it is looked at like our “medication” if you will, most Addicts have other Mental Health issues. That Hopefully they address as well after leaving GB. They encourage Psychiatry, private Counseling, all in conjunction with AA/NA. Staying sober isn’t easy and most tend to pick and choose what suggestions they will follow, wether they “need” meetings or not . They may skip steps, get Complacent, many different reasons for relapsing. But if you Follow all there Suggestions, getting a higher power, a Sponsor, a home group, stay away from people, places & things. One will remain sober. Its simple, we complicate it , i was 35, fee yrs ago , and after BG I hadn’t felt that good since I was in my teens! Actually , I felt better then I ever did in my entire life! My Kids, Amy Husband, My Family, parents , siblings , Friends. Were actually ASTONISHED at the change that had Occurred in me after discharge. And they continued to. Be! Unfortunately two months out of rehab my mother died very suddenly & Morbidly. I hung in there until I stopped doing what I was supposed to be doing , out of Self pity. And frankly they did say I was far too early In my recovery to deal with such a blow, (they said that after I relapsed not before) but I went right back to GB and had the same experience and have remained clean , since then I have had a few friends and extended family members go there and they too ended up not wanting to leave also ! It’s very safe & clean . I can’t say enough great things about GB and Brian Elison is a Wonderful Asset to this facility !

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Glenbeigh Truly changed my Life forever, I went in kicking and screaming along with very serious Denial . But within a few days that had all began to lift , along with the Heavy Fog of lifelong battling this addiction. The Staff are wonderful and the Counselors are Beyond Devoted. When I was discharged I had felt better then I have ever felt in my entire life. Yes some lessons are repeated, that is bc addiction doesn’t form overnight , it’s a practice to get there and it’s the same Type of reprogramming we did to our brains when in addictive addiction that needs to be undone in recovery , so yes we need to hear the same things said in many different ways until it clicks. Yes they Do Push AA/NA meetings for when we leave, and believe me the Counselors in recovery do the same to remain sober I have seen many at meetings myself. They are truly inspiring. Most Addicted people have other mental health issues that they need to address before leaving. Depression being most common. So Psychiatry is available to get one started on that path as well. They promote private therapy as well as Meetings and Outpatient. Let me be clear that they can’t stress enough that one must address all addictions and issues to stay centered and recovering. If one does this , goes to meetings, gets a higher power , works the steps , stays away from people, places and things. They WILL recover. Unfortunately many like to pick and choose what things to follow and that is what leads to relapse, along with complacency. Thinking they are unique in that they alone don’t need to do XXY. It is not the rehabs fault if one relapses. My Husband, Kids, siblings, parents , friends . They were all astonished in the change that had occurred to me in even as early as two weeks there . The security is top notch so is the nursing staff , Cafeteria staff , cleaning staff . My only issue I do agree with here in previous said comments was the floor counselors monitoring everyone can be pretty annoying and some get on a little power trip , but one talk with any other floor counselors there , and it’s fixed. I was fortunate enough to have a GB outpatient in my city, so I kept on Thriving in IOP (intense outpatient) along with the step down OP outpatient. By then one is pretty acclimated in AA or NA, and life stays pretty good. Also I must mention One staff member that had a Particularly Profound & Positive affect on my recovery, that staff is Brian Allison. The meetings / lectures , even just a short chat , were all so raw, intense & Honest. No more king or queen babies here ! Lol I have also had family as well as friends that have went here for treatment after me and they all have agreed with my Positive experience here ! Don’t let FEAR hold you back any longer like it did me!