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Cleveland Treatment Center was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1972 and is certified by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addictions Services. ** The CTC, one of the largest freestanding chemical dependency facilities in Ohio, employs 27 staff, with the capacity to serve 350 clients. Cleveland Treatment Center is funded by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services, the Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board of Cuyahoga, the City of Cleveland Workforce Development Act Area II, the City of Cleveland Department of Health. CTC a fully accredited service provider in Northeast Ohio by the Commission on Accreditation on Rehabilitation of Facilities (CARF) as an Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) and Prevention/Diversion: Alcohol and other Drug Addictions-Adults Program.

The mission of the Cleveland Treatment Center is to improve the health and well-being of residents of Northeast Ohio by providing state-of-the-art, cost effective, abstinence-based drug treatment, prevention, and health promotion services.

The Cleveland Treatment Center’s values are reflected in our day-to-day activities as an organization designed to be about the business of providing quality services to our patients. The values we cherish most include the following:

  • Respect will be offered to all clients, colleagues, stakeholders and the community at large.

  • Integrity: the professional and personal conduct of our staff, consistently will reflect our code of business and professional ethics. Violators will be reported without fear of reprisal, thereby not participating in a “code of silence.”

  • Diversity of Appreciation: We appreciate the value of cultural diversity and further the understanding of cultural differences through education, communication and sharing of culture-specific celebrations and recognitions.

  • Excellence: We will take individual responsibility for our performance and constantly strive for excellence by seeking opportunities to learn and improve our competency, making our organization strong and better as a provider of care and a place to work.

We, the Cleveland Treatment Center Staff, will provide specialized, state-of-the-art, scientifically-based substance abuse treatment, which is continuously responsive to the needs of the clients and their families.

Organizational Commitment to HIV Prevention

On September 20, 2012, CTC will celebrate its 43rd year of providing methadone therapy, medical somatic, counseling, vocational, case management and social services to Greater Clevelanders who are addicted to heroin and other drugs.  Injection drug users represent the largest HIV-infected substance abusing population in the U.S. (U.S. Department of Health and Human Service, 2009).  Sexual conduct within relatively close sexual networks is another route of HIV transmissions among substance users.    These networks are characterized by multiple sex partners, unprotected intercourse and the exchange of sex for alcohol and other drugs.  

Substance abuse treatment can play an important role in helping substance abusers reduce risk taking behavior, thus reducing the incline of HIV/AIDS.  As such, CTC has an established history of serving HIV/AIDS substance abuse clients with medical, behavioral, psychological, and social service interaction and management of all presenting problems.  CTC also provides vaccination against H influenza Type B because HIV-infected individuals are at increased risk for H influenza pneumonia.  Vaccination against H influenza Type B is also considered because HIV-infected individuals (IDUS) are at increased risk for H influenza pneumonia, Hepatitis vaccines are recommended because most IDU’s are Hepatitis C positive.  , Hepatitis vaccines are also recommended because most IDUs are Hepatitis C positive.  The Center for Disease Control recommends Hepatitis vaccines in all hepatitis C positive individuals.  CTC is one of six sites nationally recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for Hepatitis Vaccines.

Cleveland Treatment Center has established external relationships that also support the needs of the targeted population for referral networks and resource links to HIV/STD medical service providers, housing, mental health care, nutritionist care, dental care, eye care, and other relative services.