QUALITY ADDICTION TREATMENT

Sunrise Treatment Center is a substance abuse treatment program focusing primarily on opioid use disorders. Services include medication-assisted treatment, individual counseling, urinalysis, case management, and crisis intervention. Other services include general medical, mental health and intensive outpatient where applicable. Sunrise offers partial hospitalization (PHP) services at our Columbus, Portsmouth, and West Union locations. We offer PHP along with supportive housing in Portsmouth and West Union. We can help you choose the right treatment for your addiction today!

About Our Services

Patient Testimonials

"They have gone over and beyond to assist me in any way that I have needed help with. They have continuously pushed me to put my health and recovery first."

"Anyone seeking outpatient addiction treatment, this IS the place for you!"

"I absolutely love Sunrise! They genuinely care about their patients and it is family friendly! I highly recommend this treatment facility for anyone who wants to start a new life."

"The counseling, I think, is the key part of the recipe that makes it so much more successful than anything else I've tried because they are experts in the field of recovery."

"I was broken, I was helpless when I got here. What made this place different from the other places was that they looked me in the eye."

"From the get-go, I have been treated with the respect and care that someone in addiction is seeking."

DIGNITY

Every person has value and should be respected for their own sake and treated ethically.

RESPECT

Every person deserves to be treated with courtesy, equity, and fairness and has the right to fully exercise their autonomy.

AGILITY

Success depends on constant innovation and improvement; change is constant.

RESPONSIBILITY

Every person is accountable for his/her actions, and accountability grows when the person possesses power or authority.

COLLABORATION

Great things can be accomplished, and difficult problems solved, with teamwork and good community partnership.

DEDICATION

A commitment to excellence produces the best outcomes and the most fulfilling work.

LOYALTY

People come first and caring for people produces the best outcomes for all involved.

INTEGRITY

Holding the highest ethical standards, standing by our word, and doing the right thing even when no one is looking.

Find addiction treatment today

If you are seeking addiction treatment, look to Sunrise Treatment Center. Our compassionate team is well-equipped to provide safe, effective, evidence-based treatment to meet the needs of the majority of adults struggling with substance abuse disorder who may need mental health care and related services. Our individualized care approach enables patients to work with our providers to create specific, measurable goals and map a path to recovery.

At Sunrise, we offer services for different levels of care ranging from non-intensive outpatient care to our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) to our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP). If you're unsure what program is right for you, we can help. Give us a call to discuss treatment options, we are available to take your call 24/7!

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What is the Difference Between Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment?

One of the key distinctions in addiction treatment programs is inpatient versus outpatient. The main difference between inpatient (residential) and outpatient treatment for substance abuse lies in the level of care and the setting where the treatment is provided. Each type of treatment offers unique advantages and is suited for individuals with different needs and circumstances. Note that Sunrise is a voluntary and comprehensive outpatient treatment program and does not offer inpatient treatment.

Here are the key distinctions between inpatient and outpatient treatment:

Inpatient Treatment

  1. Setting: Inpatient treatment involves residing at a specialized facility dedicated to addiction treatment. These facilities can range from hospitals to residential treatment centers.
  2. Intensity of Care: Inpatient treatment provides a high level of care and supervision. Individuals have access to 24/7 support, and the treatment is highly structured.
  3. Duration: The length of inpatient treatment can vary depending on the individual's needs and the program's design. It typically lasts for a few weeks to several months.
  4. Focus: Inpatient programs are suitable for individuals with severe substance abuse problems, co-occurring mental health issues, or those who have relapsed after previous treatment attempts. The focus is on intensive therapy, detoxification (if required), and building a solid foundation for recovery.
  5. Setting: Inpatient treatment involves residing at a specialized facility dedicated to addiction treatment. These facilities can range from hospitals to residential treatment centers.
  6. Immersive Environment: Inpatient treatment provides a controlled and drug-free environment, minimizing the risk of relapse and distractions.
  7. Limited External Distractions: During inpatient treatment, individuals can focus solely on their recovery without the usual stressors and triggers present in their everyday life.

Outpatient Treatment

  1. Setting: Outpatient programs allow individuals to live at home and attend treatment sessions at designated facilities or clinics.
  2. Intensity of Care: Outpatient treatment offers a lower level of care than inpatient treatment. Individuals attend therapy sessions, counseling, and support group meetings at scheduled times.
  3. Duration: The duration of outpatient drug treatment varies, but it can extend over several months or even longer, depending on the individual's progress and treatment plan.
  4. Flexibility: Outpatient programs allow individuals to maintain their work, school, or family commitments while receiving treatment. Individuals can live with or see family members, continue their jobs, and fulfill other responsibilities as needed.
  5. Suitable Candidates: Outpatient treatment is generally recommended for individuals with milder substance use disorder, a stable living environment, and a strong support system.
  6. Relapse Prevention: Outpatient treatment often emphasizes relapse prevention strategies and coping skills that can be practiced in real-life situations.


In summary, inpatient treatment offers intensive, 24/7 care in a controlled environment, making it suitable for those with severe addiction or complex needs. Outpatient treatment, on the other hand, provides flexibility and allows individuals to continue with their daily lives while attending scheduled treatment sessions, making it a viable option for those with less severe addiction or supportive living environments. The choice between inpatient and outpatient treatment depends on the individual's specific circumstances and the level of support and care they require.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a treatment plan for substance abuse?

A treatment plan for substance abuse is a comprehensive and individualized roadmap that outlines the specific interventions and strategies to address a person's addiction issues. It is designed to guide the treatment process and help individuals achieve and maintain recovery from substance abuse. Treatment plans may vary based on the type and severity of substance abuse, the individual's needs, and any co-occurring mental health conditions.

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What are two types of drug treatment plans?

Two types of drug treatment options may be inpatient and outpatient care. Inpatient care is when an individual resides at a hospital or treatment facility for an extended stay to receive treatment, including therapy, detox, and other care. Outpatient programs allow individuals to live at home and continue to work or continue other responsibilities while attending the program, which is usually at least five times a week. Outpatient programs may include therapy, group sessions, and other treatments to help individuals build a foundation to stay sober.

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What are the psychological treatments for addiction?

Many psychological treatments for addiction have shown effectiveness in treating individuals struggling with substance abuse. Here are some of the commonly used treatments:

  1. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT is a widely used approach that aims to identify and modify the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors contributing to addictive behaviors. It helps individuals develop coping skills, enhance self-control, and challenge distorted thinking patterns related to substance or behavioral use.
  2. Motivational Interviewing (MI): This is a client-centered approach that focuses on enhancing an individual's motivation to change their addictive behavior. Therapists using MI help clients explore their ambivalence about quitting and support their self-motivation for change.
  3. Contingency Management (CM): CM is a behavioral intervention that provides rewards or incentives for positive behaviors such as abstinence or staying engaged in treatment. It has been effective in encouraging adherence to treatment and promoting abstinence.
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Which insurance plans does Sunrise accept?

Sunrise is now serving members from many different payers at all of our locations. We look forward to providing treatment to an ever-wider patient population as we continue these efforts going forward. There may be costs associated with copays, deductibles and other fees that are specific to your plan. This will be discussed when you do your benefit check with our billing department. Click HERE for more information about our accepted insurance plans.