Columbus, Ohio, United States

Seacrest Recovery Center Ohio


(2 Reviews)

Insurance Accepted

Cash Pay Rate

30 + days
Substance Use and Mental Health
Providing residential and outpatient treatment, a 3-Phase program, a mental health program, sober living, and therapeutic care for addiction and mental health.
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Learn Vocational And Life Skills

Seacrest Recovery Center Ohio teaches important life skills during treatment. They help clients build a resume, find work they like, and maintain their jobs during and after treatment. Seacrest Recovery Center Ohio also teaches clients communication skills and helps clients understand relapse, triggers, and healthy boundaries.

Sober Living Opportunities

Seacrest Recovery Center Ohio has a sober living home for men and women in recovery. Their sober living home provides a safe, structured place to begin and maintain sobriety with independence and community. Clients can live in sober living as they attend partial care, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment at Seacrest Recovery Center Ohio.

Mental Health Program

Seacrest Recovery Center Ohio offers a stand-alone mental health program, along with dual-diagnosis treatment. In their mental health program, they can help clients heal from anxiety, depression, trauma, LGBTQ+ issues, loss and grief, and disordered eating. They provide an initial psychiatric assessment, family and couples counseling, and AIDS counseling. Clients attend treatment for 1-3 days a week.

Multiple Levels of Care

Seacrest Recovery Center Ohio provides a step-down care program, helping clients ease back into life outside treatment. Their programs include residential homes to stay in during treatment, a partial care program, IOP, sober living, and outpatient treatment. Clients gain more and more independence as they work through the 3 Phases. Seacrest Recovery Center Ohio offers a primary mental health program for clients without a substance use disorder.

Levels of Care

Mental health is a complex health condition that requires a comprehensive, patient-centered approach to treatment that ensures you receive the appropriate care at the right time, based on your individual needs.
Not Offered at This Center
An intensive program offering 24 hour care and a variety of therapeutic services in a residential setting.
Sober Living
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Transitional housing designed to support individuals recovering from substance use disorders offering a safe, supportive and structured environment for practicing long-term sobriety, while reintegrating back into daily living.
Day Treatment
In a PHP, patients live at home but follow an intensive schedule of treatment. Most programs require you to be on-site for about 40 hours per week.
Intensive Outpatient Program
A structured program, less intensive than inpatient treatment but more intensive than traditional outpatient care, involving a combination of therapies skills-building activities, to help people work towards recovery and maintain mental health.
Treatment programming allowing patients to receive care without staying in a hospital or inpatient facility, providing a variety of therapeutic and medical services.
Virtual & In-Home Care
Not Offered at This Center
The delivery of therapeutic services utilizing technology such as video conferencing, online messaging or phone calls, allowing for flexibility, comfort and increased access to care.
Licensed Primary Mental Health
Some primary care providers offer mental health diagnosis and treatment. This can prevent patients from developing more serious conditions.





Individual Treatment

Twelve Step


1-on-1 Counseling

1-on-1 Counseling with Clinical Psychologist

Art Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Expressive Arts

Family Therapy

Life Skills

Spiritual Care

Twelve Step Facilitation

Group Therapy

What We Treat





Co-Occurring Disorders




Drug Addiction



Support Meetings
Aftercare Group Therapy


Average of 2 review(s)


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  • Beautiful Location (1)
  • Luxurious Accommodations (1)
  • Excellent & Effective Treatment Programming (1)
  • Personalized (1)


  • Isolating
  • Generalized Program
  • Not Enough Time With Therapist
  • Shallow Post-Treatment Planning

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David S

2023 (45 days) • Reviewed April 19th, 2023

Former Client


I had a great experience with Seacrest Recovery Center. The staff is very caring and their program is one of the best i have ever been too. I have been to many. lol


2022 (30 days) • Reviewed November 23rd, 2022

Former Client


South ohio

The staff is caring. I believe they do desire to help people. I wonder about the one on one therapy sessions. Perhaps there should be lmore attention payed to this. It feels at times like the staff is a little clique. I understand the need to communicate with each other just not in a negative light. The house is what it is...nice as the clients make it by really doing their chores. Seems the ball gets dropped until someone points things out. Then the person. In charge steps up his game...until the pressure is off. Then he plays cards or talks to staff or orders food for the staff. It is important that the rules be consistently followed and defined. It was difficult to concentrate on recovery wondering what the rules would be day by day. Most of the house techs are good. I hope my feelings that some were phony just saying what they felt you need to hearis not a valid feeling. Also each tech needs to be more consistent with the rules There were no trails or fresh must steps outside. No holistic nothing.I came there after a short stay in detox perhaps longer was needed how would I know? Hitting the ground running after detox is very straining physically.The medical part needs to be looked at as well.Overall I have mixed feelings about my stay. Itdid help meSome struggles couldn't be helped (other clients).There is room for improvement. Communication more time to get exercise...fresh air. The therapist are good but overloaded with clientsDo not have degrees stated in your website or brochure or here.For a high ended place it really needs to step it up.There are so many people that need help not enough places to go.Would I return to Seacrest.? Hard no. Recovery without consistency is counter productive to what one needs. Hope this helps to improve Seacrest. I can't end this without saying Thank you to Valerie. She is very good at helping others.A great asset to Seacrest.Those in charge need to recognize her and her consistency.

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