At On Demand Counseling, we understand that taking the first step into recovery is often the hardest. Our team is friendly, open and happy to answer any questions — in addition to being highly qualified. Whether you’re seeking addiction treatment for yourself or gathering information to try to help someone close to you, it’s important to know that it is possible for anyone to overcome a substance use disorder.

We’ve helped thousands of people in and around Boardman, Ohio, regain control over their future and turn their lives around. With medical support and the right guidance, you can, too. Call now to speak with one of our client access coordinators at 330-729-5551.

Our Closest Therapy Center:

On Demand Boardman

1032 Boardman-Canfield Rd.
Boardman, OH 44512
(330) 729-5551

Substance Use Statistics for Boardman, Ohio

As part of the Youngstown Region, Boardman, Ohio, has reported some pretty concerning substance abuse statistics recently. In spite of the best efforts of the local authorities, the heroin and fentanyl problem in the area is getting worse. Powdered cocaine and crack cocaine are both popular in the area as well, with even more worrying concerns that street dealers are cutting fentanyl with lots of different substances of abuse, including cocaine.

Heroin is highly available in the area, but crack cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, and sedative-hypnotics are also popular and readily available. If you started out experimenting with drugs and you’re struggling to regain control, there is help at hand. Even when there is a so-called drug epidemic in an area, the people who live there are still capable of overcoming their addiction with help.

The Opioid Epidemic in Mahoning County

According to the Mahoning County coroner, Mahoning County had 161 drug overdose deaths in 2021.  That statistic represents an increase from the 2020 overdose deaths report and a steady increase since 2019. Thankfully, with supportive services like MAT programming, and individual counseling found at On Demand Counseling in Boardman, Ohio – residents in Mahoning County won’t have to deal with battles in addiction and mental health alone. 

If you’re ready to seek professional help for addiction in Boardman, click here to start the admissions process or call On Demand today to speak to an admissions counselor.

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Outpatient Drug Rehab

Outpatient drug rehab is often the first step of the recovery journey for an individual who is suffering from a mild to moderate substance use disorder. You get targeted, regular care from a team that specializes in addiction recovery.

Additionally, you become part of a community support group that encourages personal responsibility and helps you be accountable to other people as well as yourself. During outpatient drug rehab, you spend one or two hours each week attending one-on-one counseling, group therapy, and behavioral therapy.

MAT Therapy

When you take part in a medication-assisted treatment program, you take medication to ease withdrawal symptoms and help prevent relapse during the acute stages of recovery. If you’ve been through detox for a severe alcohol use disorder or an opiate use disorder, we can continue your course of Vivitrol and offer the necessary complementary therapy.

What Is Vivitrol?

Vivitrol is a brand name for naltrexone, which is an opiate antagonist. It’s an extended-release version, which means you only need to administer it once a month. We use it to treat opiate and alcohol dependence during the initial drug recovery process. We are not a detox center, but you can continue your treatment with us if you’ve just been through a detoxification program.

Outpatient Mental Health Treatment

Outpatient mental health services are provided alongside MAT so you learn the skills necessary to manage your emotions. Often, people use drugs to numb painful emotions or make certain situations more bearable. Although it’s challenging, you can learn new ways of making those situations bearable that don’t cause the long-term mental and physical health issues that addiction can.

Substance Use Counseling Program

In the not-so-distant past, there was a general belief that addiction was a choice, and detox was enough to fix the problem. However, mental health and addiction specialists have known for a long time that people need to address the underlying issues that lead to substance abuse to overcome them.

There is a complex set of causes that lead to someone developing this chronic disease, and it’s a little different for everyone. Our substance abuse counseling program helps you unravel the unhelpful beliefs and thoughts that cause you to use drugs or alcohol to excess.

Some of the SUDs We Treat

We treat the majority of substance use disorders, in addition to mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. Some of the addictions we’ve helped people to overcome include:

  • Heroin
  • Cocaine
  • Alcohol
  • Methamphetamine
  • Marijuana
  • Sedative hypnotics

If you’re ready to seek professional help for addiction in Boardman, click here to start the admissions process or call On Demand today to speak to an admissions counselor.

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Addiction Resources in Boardman, OH

Alcoholics Anonymous

One of the oldest and most reliable forms of ongoing care is joining an AA meeting. Most of those who experience long-term success in recovery from alcoholism attend AA groups for years. During this process, you’ll learn the 12-step program and share and listen to other like-minded people’s experiences.

Boardman Methodist Church

6809 Market St. Boardman, OH 44512 

Monday’s at 7:00 PM – Monday AA Fellowship

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous is a branch of AA that was formed to help people who struggle with drug addiction. It holds meetings on a weekly basis, with an experienced AA counselor overseeing sessions and guiding the conversation.

Good Hope Luteran Church

98 Homestead Dr. Youngstown, OH 44512


Friday’s at 8:00 PM


If you’re researching drug rehab to help someone you love, it’s important that you’re aware that addiction can be traumatic for family members, too. You must focus on your own self-care as well as taking care of those closest to you.

Boardman Thursday Night Meeting AFG
6089 Market St. Boardman, OH 44512

Boardman United Methodist Church

Thursday’s at 7:30 PM

*Parking in rear, enter Entrance door #1

If you’re ready to seek professional help for addiction in Boardman, click here to start the admissions process or call On Demand today to speak to an admissions counselor.

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