Healthy People. Strong Communities.

Welcome to Integrated Services

Introducing the Integrated Recovery Network

The Integrated Recovery Network represents a fresh, collaborative response to the opioid problem facing communities throughout central and southeastern Ohio. We have recruited an experienced team of professionals from within Integrated Services for Behavioral Health to work side-by-side with consulting partners from across the nation, to build a relationship based network of treatment and supportive services that addresses the full spectrum of problematic drug use.

We meet people wherever they may be throughout twelve Ohio counties with a full array of general psychiatry, addiction medicine and intensive outpatient services. But that’s not nearly enough. Clinical treatment services are carefully aligned with community health, employment, housing and other supportive services to help people seeking recovery to repurpose their own lives.

A rapid build-out is currently underway. The Integrated Recovery Network will become a reality, in stages, over the course of this year. We’ll be sure to keep everyone up to date on progress as we move forward. But referrals can be received now through Integrated Services for Behavioral Health. Building on the strength and resilience of the communities we serve, we are sure to improve our ability to help people with substance use disorders to become more healthy and well.


Times are changing for all health care providers and especially for behavioral health. The people we serve are increasingly expecting better and more accountable services. Challenges to good health and well-being now require help with a broad range of issues like education, employment, safe and affordable housing and easy access to primary care. Please refer to the Services area elsewhere on this website or use our Here for You search to discover exactly which services are available in your own community. We serve southeastern and central Ohio with a comprehensive array of behavioral health and other services, working with local partners to promote healthy people and strong communities.

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