Patient motivation to seek help is often short in duration. Those who do not obtain help when they seek it are at risk of continuing to use or relapsing. McKinley Hall believes that early access to care is important to engage and retain persons who are troubled by substance abuse.
Early access to care is especially important for pregnant women, IV drug users, those being discharged from hospitals, mental health and addictions treatment facilities, and those being released from jails and correctional institutions.
The McKinley Hall staff makes decisions about the intensity of care to be provided on the basis of patient need. The staff seeks to match intensity of service with the severity of a patient’s addictive illness. McKinley Hall attempts to provide care of sufficient intensity and duration to meet each individual patient’s needs, within the least restrictive appropriate environment.
Outpatient services offer the least restrictive level of care on an outpatient basis. Outpatient services are provided at 2624 Lexington Avenue Springfield, Ohio 45505.
Stable housing a vital component for every person seeking to maintain a life of recovery. McKinley Hall has two recovery houses for women and two for men
Being a part of the community gives our staff an opportunity to reach out to individuals struggling with substance use disorders. Outreach helps to minimize community risk and save lives.