Carnegie Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115

Tel No. 216-861-4246     Fax No. 216-861-1156

Leonard LC Collins – Executive Director     Dr. Theodore Parran – Medical Director

Carf Certified

History


        Cleveland Treatment Center (CTC) was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1971 and is licensed as an Outpatient, Methadone, and Prevention Program by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addictions Services (OhMHAS). CTC is nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation on Rehabilitation of Facilities (CARF) as an Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) and Youth Prevention, Diversion, and HIV/AIDS Prevention Program. In 2018, CARF recognized CTC’s commitment and establishment of Community and Recovery Housing. The mission of CTC is to improve the health and wellbeing of residents of Northeast Ohio by providing state-of-the-art, cost effective, abstinence- based drug treatment, and prevention and health promotion services. CTC has a long and successful history delivering substance use treatment, recovery housing, benefit coordination, wrap-around health services in a culturally competent manner and provides effective, equitable, and respectful quality care and services.

        CTC’s approach is relevant, culturally specific, and sensitive to the needs of African American individuals, Hispanic/Latino individuals, persons impacted by mental health and/or substance use disorders, victims of Human Trafficking, homeless persons, Criminal Justice/Probation /Drug Court involved persons, Juvenile offenders, gang members, and other disenfranchised community members.

        CTC is one of the largest freestanding chemical dependency facilities in Ohio, employs 37 staff and has the capacity to serve over 500 clients. CTC’s client programs have received national and state recognition as ‘Best Practice’ approaches in complementary and alternative treatment and prevention programs in music, theater, ATOD prevention, violence, and HIV/AIDS. In January 2017, CTC became the 41st Berklee College of Music Community Network Site in the United States, which allowed CTC to purchase necessary equipment for a music lab that will be utilized in the CAMPP project. CTC provides cultural diversity in offered services and has documented success in creating, implementing and evaluating unique behavioral health and treatment projects. CTC services include Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT)/opioid maintenance, SUD diagnostic assessments, medical evaluation, individual/group counseling, crisis intervention, vocational rehabilitation, case management services, youth prevention, Recovery Housing, SUD/COD/HIV prevention services, HIV/HCV testing and counseling services, and behavioral health intervention delivery. Since 2014, CTC has been a community Food Bank location. CTC is committed to addressing the social determinants of health and sees tremendous value in our ability to provide stable access to food for clients. Utilization of these wrap-around and essential care services at CTC will be available to individuals impacted through the proposed CAMPP project. Since 2015, CTC has served as the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County’s Recovery Sober Beds Benefit Coordinator to address service gaps between safe and supportive environmental opportunities for persons in recovery, while expanding the continuum of services by offering recovery housing for adults who struggle with addiction. Clients enrolled in this CAMPP project will have referral access to supportive recovery environments through CTC's Recovery Housing program.