We're dedicated to walking with individuals toward better health. Whether you or someone in your family is struggling with drug and alcohol misuse, or whether you are experiencing things like anxiety and depression, we're here to help. We're here for the setbacks that you may encounter, and we're here to celebrate your victories. Browse our services below to become more familiar with what ACCADA has to offer to individuals in Ashland County.
ACCADA provides counseling for a wide variety of mental health issues such as daily stresses, adjustment concerns, anxiety, depression, trauma, and anger management. We also counsel and guide family members who are affected by a loved one's substance use.
ACCADA provides services for those in addiction and substance misuse recovery, including individual and/or group counseling; case management; peer support groups; and assistance with connections to housing, jobs, legal issues, and social services.
Our school prevention program, Too Good for Drugs, serves Ashland students from grades K-12 with age-appropriate curricula about life skills, healthy choices, and the effects of nicotine, drugs, and alcohol. Teacher training and summer prevention programs are available.
ACCADA owns two recovery houses, arranged to accommodate men and women separately, to help individuals with their transition into sobriety.
We also offer the RAP program, a three-day Driver Intervention Program (DIP) provided to individuals who have alcohol or other substance use driving-related offenses.
In addition to our services in Ashland, we offer services in Loudonville. Our Loudonville office is at the Kettering Health Center, 546 North Union Street. We provide services at this location on Thursdays from 1 to 5 PM.
To schedule an appointment, call (419) 289-7675.