Faith Based Rehab Ohio
Addiction Recovery is Possible
Experience life free from the bondage of addiction. At Freedom Recovery, our goal is to help you overcome drug or alcohol addiction so you can live a healthier and more fulfilling life. Through outpatient treatment and rehab services, our supportive staff, and our Christian faith-based approach, you can achieve recovery from addiction. Contact us to learn more about our proven 12-step model recovery program in Ohio and our admissions process.
Our Christian and Faith-Based Approach
At Freedom Recovery, faith plays an important role in our patients’ recoveries. While much of our staff is Christian, our faith based center is non-denominational and welcomes patients of many different faiths. Our unique approach combines traditional addiction treatment methods with Christian prayer and other spiritual aspects. Our evidence-based curriculum follows a proven 12-step model of recovery. By trusting in God and staying dedicated to treatment, addiction recovery is possible.
We know firsthand the toll that addiction can take because we are in recovery, too. We have experienced the pain, loneliness, guilt, and shame that come with addiction, and the freedom and hope that come with recovery. We are free from the grasp of addiction thanks to treatment, ongoing support, and the grace of God. Now, we seek to help as many people as possible experience that freedom.
Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment
If you need immediate help but inpatient treatment doesn’t fit your needs, our outpatient addiction treatment program may be the right fit. Our Christian faith-based Ohio centers offer morning and evening sessions designed to work with busy schedules, so you can continue working, living at home, and attending to other responsibilities while receiving addiction treatment.
Our treatment programs are personalized to each patient and feature group education and counseling sessions, a 12-step recovery program, relapse prevention, interventions, and more. We accept admissions for people suffering from alcohol addiction and a variety of drug addictions, including meth and heroin addiction. Recovery is a lifelong process, and we’re to support and guide you through that process.
Our Core Services
We offer six core addiction treatment services to address the needs and goals of our patients: Counseling, recovery, drug rehab, alcohol rehab, Intensive Outpatient Program, and outpatient rehab. All treatment programs are evidence-based and Christian faith-based services.
Intensive Outpatient Program
What to Expect
Seeking treatment can be a life-changing step in your recovery journey. When you meet the team at Freedom Recovery, we want you to feel welcomed and supported. Based in faith in God, our addiction treatment services are designed to help you overcome drug and alcohol addiction while maintaining a home life and work life.
We start with a professional pre-assessment to make sure we’re the best fit for your wants and needs. If so, we create a personalized treatment plan that combines integrative and cognitive-based strategies. Faith-based treatment includes group counseling sessions, group education sessions, and a 12-step method that helps you achieve recovery as well as personal growth. Treatment also involves regular drug screenings and relapse prevention methods.
Benefits of an Outpatient Treatment Program
Outpatient addiction treatment programs like ours allow you to live at home, go to work, and manage other responsibilities while going through an addiction treatment program. Our options feature day and evening counseling sessions to offer flexibility and accommodate most schedules. This type of treatment is ideal for people who have a strong support system and a living environment that allows for recovery. Contact us to learn more about addiction treatment and our admissions process.
Meet our Leadership Team
Our leaders have recovered from addiction and are dedicated to helping you do the same. We’re here to give you hope for a better future.
Chad Kelly is currently the Executive Director & Co-Founder of Freedom Recovery. The thing he enjoys most in life is sharing his faith in Jesus. A close second is spending time with his wife and three kids. Chad is married to Carabeth and they have two boys, Brady and Hudson, as well as a daughter Arrington. He is passionate about seeing others overcome life’s challenges, including addiction. God has been faithful to pull him through his own addiction to drugs and alcohol in addition to restoring his marriage and overcoming the unexpected loss of his younger sister, Chelsea. The list could go on and on. These experiences have fueled Chad to go from the corporate financial world to now helping lead a CARF accredited, OMHAS licensed, and medicaid approved faith based treatment facility. In his spare time he enjoys serving at his church, swimming, playing games, working out and talking about/eating food.
Adam’s passion for helping those in need is deeply rooted. He came to Freedom Recovery after serving as an advocate for public charter schools and working professionally as the business manager for 3 campuses. During his 14 years in education finance, his name was synonymous with diligence, integrity and passion. He made a name for himself as a professional who would find solutions, stay positive and keep love as the foundation in all his interactions. It was during this time that he re-committed his life to his savior, Jesus Christ and was eventually led to pursue another path. Adam met the other “soon to be” co-founders of Freedom Recovery during his own personal recovery journey while working with Celebrate Recovery at his local church. His passion for helping others, meeting people where they are and having his own personal recovery story allows him to have empathy for those he serves. He attributes his gifts and successes to his Lord Jesus Christ. Adam knows first-hand how difficult breaking free from addiction can be and is committed to helping others experience the joys that sober living can offer. His greatest personal accomplishment is having a strong, Godly marriage to a wonderful wife and the mother to his 2 boys. In his free time he can be seen riding his motorcycle, working on cars/trucks, exercising, being outdoors, spending time with his family and attending church.
Nick is the Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder of Freedom Recovery. While leading Celebrate Recovery, Nick saw the need for a faith-based treatment option in his community. After praying with his wife, he felt led to fill the gap. As a Christian in long-term recovery himself, Nick recognizes the impact that faith has on the journey. Nick has three sons of his own and continues to believe in the necessity of sharing his testimony to impact the lives of others. Nick feels blessed to witness the life change that Freedom Recovery has on the community, while working behind the scenes to ensure effective and efficient operations.
Rob Schilder currently serves as the CEO of Freedom Recovery. With a deep passion for helping those impacted by the disease of substance use disorder, Rob finds joy in ensuring those struggling get the support they need and cherishes time spent with his family. Married to Justine, they are soon-to-be first-time parents to their first son. After graduating with his bachelor’s in psychology from The Ohio State University, Rob was driven by his personal recovery journey to enter into the behavioral health space and help those who have lived through similar experiences to him, aiming to always remember that recovery is evenly distributed to those who seek it. In his free time, he enjoys watching sports, playing video games, eating pizza, and being a new homeowner.
With over 6 years working in this field, Rob’s commitment to helping those experience the beauty of recovery is evident through his work at Freedom Recovery, where he plays a key role in ensuring the overall experience of their clients is at the forefront of every decision they make all while being dedicated to his “why”. My ‘why’ is and has always been ensuring that every individual seeking treatment gets treated the way they deserve. These are our brothers & sisters, mothers & fathers, friends, coworkers, and our neighbors, and they deserve to be treated as such.”