Your patient’s recovery is our top priority
Recovery by Meridian offers a variety of treatment options for your patients. Personalized levels of care are available for both adults and adolescents — including residential, day and outpatient treatment, as well as aftercare and supportive housing.
As a Referring Partner, you and your patients can expect:
- Timely Access
We’ll work with our referral sources to admit patients to the most appropriate level of care as quickly as possible. When a spot is unavailable, we’ll identify barriers and offer short-term solutions to keep your patient engaged in the recovery process.
- Coordinated, Personalized Care
We’ll work with the patient to develop an individualized treatment plan that meets their goals and that of the referral source.
- Integrated Treatment
We treat both addiction and mental health issues at the same time in the same treatment setting.
- Professional and Qualified Staff
We employ a highly qualified, multidisciplinary team of professional counselors, social workers, physicians, nurses and support staff.
- Research-Based Models
We use a number of proven treatment models including 12-Step Facilitation, Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Meridian uses its own admission criteria as well as ASAM. For more information or to make a referral, contact the Meridian Admissions Center at 1-877-876-9954.
One of the best ways to learn about Meridian is by talking to one of our team members. For more information about a specific program, contact one of our Meridian representatives.
Customized Referral Agreement
We know that our referring partners have unique concerns. We’ll work with you to develop a customized referral agreement that will clearly identify the referral process and expectations.
Please contact our Development Department for more information (info@MeridianHealthCare.net).
To request a clinical record, please contact our Health Information Department at 330.270.5330. All client records are held strictly confidential in accordance with HIPAA regulations and CFR 42.