Addiction is a non-discriminating brain hijacking that affects our spouses, our children, our parents, and our community. We believe the brain holds the key to a long and strong road of recovery. Without correcting the biochemical underpinnings of the disease, few people experience sustained recovery. Whether you are addicted to opioids, benzos, or alcohol, we offer relief from detox and cravings, making it possible to work on recovery.
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LunaLiving Recovery is a CARF accredited, State of Ohio licensed mental health facility for the treatment of substance use disorders. The 30-day partial hospitalization program is a uniquely constructed ecosystem designed to retrieve and heal the hijacked brain.
The LunaLiving Ecosystem includes:
We focus on healing the brain first! Biochemical recovery is addressed with nutritional supplementation and IV NAD+ Therapy.
Essential nutrients vital to normal brain function are destroyed by persistent substance abuse. they can’t be synthesized by the body. They must be obtained from a dietary source.
Luna Living is a lifestyle that doesn’t allow your past to define your future. Whether the traumatic event happened years ago or yesterday, you can heal and move on. Stress and trauma resolution and other lifestyle changes are the keys to long-term sobriety.Read More >
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Americans consume over $212 billion worth of alcohol per year. For most people alcohol isn’t a dangerous drug. But for the person with the chronic brain disease called Addiction, alcohol is pure poison and can be life-threatening.Learn More
Opiates are abused more than any other drug except alcohol and marijuana. In 2014, Ohio doctors prescribed more than 750,000,000 opioid painkillers. That translates to 65 pills for every man, woman and child. Opioids can cause brain damage and premature death.Learn More
It’s never a good idea to stop using any opioid drugs, including Suboxone, without medical supervision. Suboxone can stop your breathing and you may experience severe withdrawal symptoms. An overdose may be fatal, especially for those using Suboxone without a prescription. Do not attempt detox alone.