Columbus, Ohio’s Local Drug & Alcohol Support Groups

We, at Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry, want to give our patients every advantage in being able to live the healthy lives they deserve. To truly improve the lives of adults and senior adults, we provide both personalized treatment and discharge plans to those we treat. These plans assist us in determining and then supplying the resources needed to help men and women become well again.

Our treatment and discharge planning process is fully customized to meet your needs. Our treatment plans are designed to treat your most pressing concerns, and our discharge plans aim to further any progress made at our hospital.

For many people, participating in support groups after leaving Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry is an excellent way to build upon the progress that was made during treatment. Depending on your needs, we may recommend you to one of the following groups so that you have continued support once you have returned home:

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

If you are treated for both mental health concerns and alcoholism via our dual diagnosis program, you may benefit from attending alcohol abuse support groups after you are discharged. Alcoholics Anonymous, an invaluable alcohol abuse support group that has existed for decades, can help you hold true to your sobriety for the long-term. Additionally, AA meetings can connect you to the recovery community, and provide you with substantial support from your peers.

If you would like to become a member of an AA group in the Columbus, Ohio area, click the following link to find a meeting close to where you live:

Click here to locate AA meetings near Columbus, Ohio

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Here, at Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry, we understand the complex nature of drug addiction, and we want you to be successful in your recovery. Should you be treated for a mental illness and drug addiction while at our hospital, a recommendation to attend a Narcotics Anonymous group may be part of your discharge plan. Narcotics abuse support groups like NA let you work the 12-Steps, give and receive support, and work on your recovery alongside others who may relate to your experience.

No matter if you have struggled with the abuse of heroin, meth, cocaine, or any other drug, Narcotics Anonymous groups can help you live a sober lifestyle for the long-term.

To locate an NA group in or around Columbus, Ohio, click the following link:

Click here to find NA meetings near Columbus, Ohio

Alzheimer’s Disease Support Groups

Since Alzheimer’s disease is progressive, we want to give you and your loved ones the ongoing support needed to learn about and manage this illness. Therefore, if you are a caregiver of someone with this memory disorder, know that much can be gained by attending an Alzheimer’s disease support group. These groups can help you learn new ways of slowing the disease’s progression, and give you the encouragement you need during more challenging times. Furthermore, these groups can expose you to beneficial ways of practicing good self-care as you care for your loved one.

If you would like to find an Alzheimer’s disease support group in Columbus, Ohio, please click the following link:

Click here to search for an Alzheimer’s disease support group in or around Columbus, Ohio

Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry is there for you. We work tirelessly to make sure that you have the treatment and continued support needed to be healthy. Therefore, if you would like to learn more about our dual diagnosis treatment, our specialized Alzheimer’s programming, or how to begin our services, call us today. We welcome the opportunity to help you in any way that we can.

Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry was the only treatment option that was able to help me make a breakthrough in improving my mental health. It was obvious that Ohio Hospital's staff were experts in their field, and everyone was great!

– Mary B.