Enrolling In Treatment
Treatment Readiness Group (TRG) is CompDrug’s admission group that focuses on assisting potential clients for admission into treatment. Individuals are prescreened for current prescription drug use, illicit drug use and alcohol use. TRG will also provide detailed directions on what prospective patients need to do in order to prepare for entry into our program. Individuals seeking admission into Medication Assisted Treatment (methadone, Suboxone®, or Vivitrol®) cannot be using benzodiazepines, barbiturates, and/or alcohol. If potential clients meet the criteria to enter into treatment they are then scheduled for an assessment and physical for that week.
Beginning May 8th, 2017, the Treatment Readiness Group takes place every Monday-Friday morning starting at 7:00 am at the CompDrug offices located at 547 E. 11th Ave. Potential clients must bring with them a valid OHIO State ID and Medicaid insurance card (if they have insurance). We do not accept Medicare, Medicaid/Medicare, private insurance, or self pay.
Prospective patients will be required to complete a pre-admission toxicology screen and any blood work on the day of their assessment. At the completion of the assessment, patients will be given information regarding the new patient orientation that they must attend before they may start medication.
For everything you need to know about admission into our treatment and/or counseling programs, fees, forms, privacy, etc. please refer to the menu on your left.
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