Courts may order addiction treatment when someone is in the criminal justice system. If the person has been accused of a nonviolent crime and the judge feels that substance abuse or addiction played a role in the commission of that crime, they may be able to order rehab treatment to replace some or all jail time. Successfully completing court-ordered rehab is actually more easier than you might think. While some might not have come to treatment voluntarily, they often have a desire to become sober for the sake of a life without drugs or alcohol.
In Ohio, you must work with a rehab facility that is court-approved. Alliant is on that list and our staff is willing to work with you to meet the requirements of a court-ordered outpatient stay, including any necessary documentation about your progress.