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Clinical Support

Information to help guide you down the path to health.


Sunrise provides comprehensive chemical dependency assessment and treatment options to men and women who are best served in an outpatient setting.

Services include:

  • individual counseling
  • medical/somatic
  • group counseling
  • case management
  • crisis support
  • continuing care
  • random drug testing

Supportive services may include:

  • opioid agonist treatment
  • family and marital counseling
  • employment readiness
  • referrals to other needed services

*The program also provides outpatient services to clients dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance abuse issues.


Sunrise provides three different programs:

1. Office Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT)

  • Patients receive counseling services and a prescription for a buprenorphine product.
  • Patients meet primarily with a counselor and have an individualized treatment plan.
  • Frequency of clinic attendance is determined by clinical need and patient preference.
  • Prescription patients self-pay for services.

2. Dispensing Program – Non-Intensive Outpatient 

  • Patients have buprenorphine products dispensed to them on-site.
  • Dispensing patients with Ohio Medicaid may have services billed to their insurance and typically have no out of pocket fees for services.
  • Additional controls are in place for patients in the dispensing program, which include:
    • random medication recalls
    • more frequent urine drug screening
    • no less frequent than bi-weekly office visits

*Patients in this program must demonstrate upon admission appropriateness for at least one week take-home medication.

3. Dispensing Program – Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

  • All of the features of the non-intensive program are in place, but enhanced with additional clinical services
  • Participants in the program receive at least nine hours of clinical services per week.  These include:
    • 2.5 hour group counseling sessions Monday through Thursday.
    • One hour of individual counseling per week.  This may occur on Friday if increased attendance is required.
    • Patients medicate on-site every day of attendance, reducing medication take-home requirements.  This can be a great option for people struggling with medication security or difficulty managing take-home medication.


If it is determined that a patient no longer meets criteria for take-home medication, then the patient will be referred to a higher level of care or a clinic with the capacity for supervised daily dosing.

For more information regarding services at our West Side location, please contact Lisa Huff at (513) 467-2811  or by email

For more information regarding services at our Forest Park location, please contact Julius Hightower at (513) 595-5354 or by email