Treatment Overview: UMADAOP Lucas County envisions itself as a Recovery Oriented Systems of Care service delivery program that offers client-centered outpatient treatment and substance abuse recovery programs for individuals who want to achieve and maintain a sober, and productive recovering lifestyle. We understand that becoming clean and sober and staying clean and sober is not one in the same. The goal of UMADAOP Lucas County is to contribute to and guide the process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential through the active avoidance of substance misuse and addictive behaviors. Our goal of lasting recovery is a time-sustained, recovery focused effort with the aim of stabilizing, and actively managing the ups and downs of substance abuse-related disorders until recovery maintenance can be self-managed by the individual and his or her family.
UMADAOP Lucas County provides evidence-based prevention services that emphasize a culturally competent, client-centered, strength-based, specialized approach for program service delivery. The clients comprise a racially and ethnically diverse, client population. Prevention services are provided to address alcohol, tobacco, other drugs and violence prevention strategies for youth and families that reside in Toledo, Ohio and its surrounding communities. The prevention services are grouped into different areas according to age, gender appropriateness, and prevention curriculum areas. The prevention services are open to both male and female participants, with targeted outreach efforts conducted to engage at-risk, underserved youth and families.