Since 1981, Glenbeigh's alcohol and drug treatment centers have helped more than 60,000 individuals and families overcome the struggle and pain of addiction. We recognize that the person’s entire life is affected by alcohol and drug abuse, including work, family and personal life. At Glenbeigh, individuals suffering from drug or alcohol addiction are not only treated; they are listened to, accepted and understood.
Glenbeigh treatment centers employ a highly experienced staff of physicians, nurses, certified chemical dependency counselors, psychiatrists, licensed independent social workers, and clergy. We believe in a holistic approach to drug and alcohol addiction treatment. This includes treating the body, mind and spirit to successfully achieve lasting recovery.
Located in Northeast Ohio, Glenbeigh is a Cleveland Clinic affiliate drug and alcohol rehabilitation specialty hospital and treatment center. Our mission is to provide the highest quality care and support to individuals and their families.
Our Philosophy of Care
For individuals and families whose lives are affected by addiction to alcohol or other drugs, Glenbeigh provides help in transforming their lives. The Glenbeigh program follows a philosophy of care based on the belief that chemically dependent individuals can develop a lifestyle that is not oriented toward or dominated by chemical use.
We believe the chemically dependent person can:
Develop rewarding and meaningful relationships with others
Become responsible for his/her own behavior
Regain and foster the ability to make appropriate decisions regarding their lives and the lives of loved ones
Become responsible, contributing members of their communities
Develop a sense of worth and dignity as human beings
It is the policy of Glenbeigh and its Outpatient Centers to not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any individual, patient, participant or employee on the basis of disability. This includes all visible, non-visible, or any perceived disability. Glenbeigh is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities can participate in, have access to, and receive the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, or accommodations of any of its facilities, programs, or activities.