Drug Recovery 2017-12-12T15:26:14+00:00

Drug Recovery


We are in a nationwide opioid crisis and Ohio has been hit especially hard. Opioids (prescription pain relievers, synthetic fentanyl) are highly addictive drugs even when taken as prescribed by a physician. The emergence of illegal fentanyl and more powerful drugs like carfentanil are alarmingly stronger than heroin or the prescription fentanyl and are also extremely dangerous and addictive. In 2016, drug overdoses in Ohio killed 4,050 people, a 32.8% increase from 2015. If Ohio follows its current pattern of overdose deaths, experts fear 2017 will bring overdose deaths in Ohio to 10,000.

No one wants to struggle with drug addiction. Addiction drains every ounce of happiness and takes away your power to stop using on your own. The good news is that help is available. New Path will help you detox and manage your withdrawal symptoms in a safe, comfortable environment while addressing the root cause of your addiction.


Admissions (330) 953-3401
Facility (330) 953-3402


Drug Abuse Warning Signs

Drug Abuse is defined as excessive and regular use of drugs, despite negative consequences. You may experience one or many of these physical and behavioral signs:

  • Increased tolerance of the drug

  • Withdrawal symptoms when not using the drug

  • Spending more time with friends who use drugs

  • Withdrawal from family members

  • Change in behavior or sleeping patterns

  • Red or glassy eyes

  • Runny nose


No matter how a person starts taking drugs (prescription use, recreational, pain management, etc.) dependency and even addiction can happen quickly. We understand the process of recovery can be a long and painful one because it affects so many aspects of a person’s life. Admitting there is a problem and that help is needed is the first step. Start your recovery today by calling us at (330) 953-3401.

Start Your New Path

When you are ready to take that first step towards a new life of sober living, New Path is here for you. Our counselors will be happy to answer any questions you may have. We want to help you succeed in recovery.