Nearby Cities

Centerville (9.18 mi)
Springfield (23.3 mi)

Nearby Zip Codes

45459 (1) (8.45 mi)
45458 (1) (10.17 mi)
45504 (1) (22.23 mi)
45505 (1) (24.28 mi)
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Find a Drug and Alcohol Counselor in Dayton, OH who can help with drug and alcohol-related issues.

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  • Dennis O'Grady, PsyD
    400 Points

    Dennis O'Grady, PsyD

    New Insights Communication
    7085 Corporate Way
    Dayton, OH 45459
  • Tamera Meyer 100 Points

    Tamera Meyer

    KAV Health Group - Dayton
    Distance: 9.18 mi
    950 East Alex Bell Rd.
    Centerville, OH 45459
  • Mary Miller, Msw 300 Points

    Mary Miller, Msw

    Springboro Counseling and Therapy Associates
    Distance: 14.45 mi
    550 North Main Street
    Suite B
    Springboro, OH 45066
  • James Davis, LPCC 100 Points

    James Davis, LPCC

    Adapt Inc
    Distance: 23.29 mi
    825 East High Street
    Springfield, OH 45505
  • 100 Points

    Ethan Crossing Addiction Treatment

    Distance: 23.29 mi
    2317 E Home Road
    Springfield, OH 45503

Nearby Cities

Centerville (9.18 mi)
Springfield (23.3 mi)

Addiction Counselor Info

Addiction Counselor Summary:
A Drug and Alcohol Counselor is a specialist who can help with different drug/alcohol addictions. A Drug and Alcohol Counselor can help clients overcome a serious drug problem, alcoholism or other devastating addiction, and help them to get their life back on track.

Individuals are educated on ways in which to identify behaviors and problems related to their addiction so that they can better understand their addiction and avoid relapses in the future. Drug and Alcohol Counselors are trained to assist in developing personalized recovery programs that help to establish healthy behaviors and provide coping strategies. Many times counselors will also work with family members and loved ones to help aid in the recovery process, as they offer the most accurate personal insight to the individual.

Drug and alcohol counseling helps individuals understand how their addiction slowly and negatively changes their own personal outlook and gives you them tools necessary to overcome their addiction. A Drug and Alcohol Counselor can work in a clinic, private practice, or hospital setting.

Addiction Counselor FAQs:
What is a

Drug and Alcohol Counselor

A Addiction Counselor provides counseling on drug and alcohol addictions. A Addiction Counselor provides education on identifying addiction and the consequences of addiction. A Addiction Counselor also provides available treatment options.

Who does a Drug and Alcohol Counselor teach?
A Addiction Counselor can provide counseling for children, adults and families with drug and alcohol concerns. A Addiction Counselor may also conduct programs and community outreach events aimed at preventing addiction and educating the public.

Where does a Drug and Alcohol Counselor work?
A Addiction Counselor can work in a hospital, clinic or in private practice. A Addiction Counselor can also work for a private organization or in a self-help group.

What are some signs I should seek the help of a drug and alcohol counselor?
If you are noticing that all aspects of life are beginning to revolve around the given addiction or affecting your personal relationships with others, than you should seek the help of a Addiction Counselor. Finding help to battle your addiction is one of the biggest steps towards recovery. The longer you wait to seek professional help in dealing with an addiction the harder it will become. A Addiction Counselor is specifically trained to help clients overcome their addiction and develops personalized recovery programs that help to establish healthy behaviors and coping strategies.

How do I find a Addiction Counselor in my city and state?
The directory will help you locate a Addiction Counselor in your state. Select Addiction Counselor from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate a Addiction Counselor in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need a Addiction Counselor in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Addiction Counselors in your city and state.

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