At Buckeye Recovery Network, we make sure you are prepared for real-life success in recovery. We create supportive environments for you to start applying the skills you learned in residential treatment.
Intensive life skills training like vocational support, budgeting, time management, and alumni networking are just a few of the ways we prepare our clients for lifelong recovery.
Is alcohol causing problems in your life? Do you wonder if your drinking may be an addiction? You are not alone, and help is readily available. Take a confidential self-test to find out.
Buckeye Recovery Network was founded by brothers, so we understand the importance of a healthy and supportive family culture in sobriety. We live that culture everyday with our clients. Open communication, supportive accountability, and fulfilling experiences are the foundation of the unique and strong relationships we build with our clients.
We extend this culture to our clients’ families, creating weekly opportunities to give progress updates and answer any questions you may have while your loved one is in treatment.
WE ARE IN-NETWORK WITH INSURERS AND ACCEPT PRIVATE PAY
However, currently we do not accept Medicaid or Medicare as a form of payment. Financing options are available.
Our treatment plans are focused on you and your success. Every admission starts with thorough assessments from our licensed team of professionals. We then maximize the effectiveness of your customized treatment plan with the therapies and support you need.
Our relationship with our clients doesn’t stop at graduation: we reach out to you several times during your first year out of treatment to see how you are doing. This follow up helps us make sure your time at Buckeye Recovery Network gave you the support you needed to reach your life goals. Your valuable feedback helps to continually improve our treatment offering.
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Kelsey carries multiple years of experience working in the substance abuse and mental health treatment field. Her passion for this field comes from her personally knowing recovery from addiction.
Prior to Buckeye she held titles of Recovery Coach, Operations Director, and Admissions Director. Kelsey was brought on at Buckeye Recovery as the Director of Business Development. She has a passion for ensuring every individual gets the help that they need, and does so by developing relationships with other providers.
Kelsey also oversees our women’s sober living environments – The Chadwick House for Women. She is committed to creating a safe, nurturing, and conducive environment for all women that walk through the doors of Chadwick.