Alcohol and Drug intensive outpatient programs for Adolescents ages 13-17. Our program improves self-esteem and changes behavior. Teenagers like to enjoy a sense of independence and their own experiences, which often happen beyond the classroom – but they must be guided by responsible adults and positive role models. When experimentation gets out of control, treating a teen’s alcohol or drug abuse using a specifically adolescent-based Intensive Outpatient Program has proven to be the most successful method. Transportation is provided.
No matter what your situation may be at the moment, its is never too late to get the help you need. Northern Ohio Recovery Association provides the tools needed to get clean, sober and learn how to maintain you recovery in the future.
Call us today for an assessment at 216-391-6672 (NORA)
All activities and lessons in our classrooms are created to assist children explore, share and grow in a safe and nurturing environment.. Whether your child has first words or first grade on the horizon, see how we prepare your child for success in school and beyond.
The purpose of NORA Peer Services Program is to empower recovery community members from among the area's diverse recovering population to deliver culturally competent, peer recovery support services in order to prevent relapse, promote long-term recovery from substance abuse/dependence and to enable full integration into the larger community.
Where ever you are, wherever you go, you can stay connected with drug and alcohol addiction counseling and treatment process via the Internet. CHAT's Online E-Counseling services is a 10-12 week program that uses the power of the Internet to connect you face to face weekly to online case management, individual and group meeting lead by our highly trained addiction counselors. Participate in "real time" via live audio and video, (no typing) right from your home. NORA conforms to your schedule and we offer many advantages over traditional treatment.
As part of the City of Cleveland’s ongoing commitment to openness, responsiveness to the community and our efforts to enhance citywide communication, the Division of Police will continue
“Tea with the Chief”, at the "NEXT STEP RECOVERY HOUSE"
NORA was founded in 2004 by Anita Bertrand- Bradley. Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) gave NORA its start. The Executive Directors vision included opening three Recovery Resource Centers in Northern Ohio and providing recovery support services to over 1250 people each year for the first four years. Those services were the beginning of NORA’s existence and as a result, have sparked recovery support services and other important educational forums for almost a decade now.