McKinley Hall offers many different programs for men who are seeking to live a drug-free life. Outpatient services are also offered in the evening.
McKinley Hall offers a 30 day non-medical residential recovery setting for chemically dependent men who are unable to remain free of chemicals in an outpatient setting, or need the intensity of this program to begin their recovery. The program can house up to 12 men at a time allowing for both individualized attention as well as a supportive environment. Clients are provided with at least 6 hours of group treatment daily and live in a safe and structured environment.
Chemical Dependency Education – Our chemical dependency group is designed for individuals who have had consequences related to their drug use, but do not have a dependency diagnosis. The program meets twice a week for two hours for four weeks. It teaches about the emotional, physical and mental aspects related substance use and abuse. It also provides information and techniques to improve coping skills.
Outpatient Treatment – This program consists of a combination of services that total less than 9 hours per week. This program is typically designed for individuals who have had previous treatment and do not need intensive services and structure to assist with maintaining abstinence.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) – IOP consists of 9 hours of services or more on a weekly basis designed to provide structure and in-depth counseling and information to help men stabilize in an outpatient setting.
Vocational Rehabilitation Services – Through a partnership between the MHRB of Clark, Greene, & Madison Counties and the Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission (RSC), McKinley Hall offers vocational rehabilitation services to help our community get well and get to work. This program allows RSC to form partnerships and establish cooperative agreements that will generate new, high-quality vocational rehabilitation programs, expand services to people with significant disabilities and maximize federal match funding for Ohio. Please click here.