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CAT saves lives and rebuilds families by providing high-quality, affordable, individualized treatment for patients with addiction to drugs, alcohol or gambling.

Short-term Residential Treatment

CAT's Short-Term Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program provides individual attention and education to help patients focus on recovery after detoxification has taken place. Our program, which generally lasts 28-days, offers educational sessions, group and individual therapy and 12-step meetings. The specific needs and progress of each patient ultimately determines the length of stay. 

CAT's trained counselors educate patients on the effects of drug and alcohol abuse, relapse prevention, stress management and similar issues related to chemical dependency. Additional sessions include music therapy, art, recreation, spirituality discussions and more.

View a typical weekly schedule.

Contact us via email in the strictest confidence to find out more about this program that is funded in part by the Hamilton County Mental Health & Recovery Services Board, the City of Cincinnati and the United Way of Greater Cincinnati.