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Toledo (Maumee), OH Drug & Alcohol Detox

Stabilize your body and mind with our proven inpatient detox program offered at four facilities in Maumee, Ohio. The Toledo (Maumee) Detox Center provides seamless alcohol and drug detox treatment services in Ohio.

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TruHealing Ohio Detox Centers

Ohio Detox Center – 1757 Indian Wood Circle Maumee, OH 43537

Midwest Detox Center – 1757 Indian Wood Circle Maumee, OH 43537

Ohio Detox Center (residential building) – 1760 Manley Road Maumee, OH 43537

Midwest Detox Center – 1760 Manley Road Maumee, OH 43537


Our Ohio Detox Centers are grouped to have the best bed-to-clinician ratio for quality detox services. 

Substance use disorders don’t stand a chance when we work together to get you the help needed to build an unbreakable recovery foundation. 


We work with our patients, getting to know their medical and substance abuse histories to develop individualized detox treatment plans. Our detox plans consider all behavioral and mental health needs to provide the best care possible.


Our Ohio Detox Centers provide residential detox programs for all kinds of substance use disorders (SUD). Our sister rehab centers (located in Toledo, Ohio) offer additional treatment programs so you can seamlessly continue your recovery. 

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Inpatient Detox Program Benefits

Personalized, residential detox programs effectively remove potential stressors that can cause someone to turn to substance abuse. Someone with a substance use disorder will likely experience a relapse during early recovery and detox. Participating fully in an inpatient detox program can build an accountability structure to stop the addiction cycle and finally allow you to heal.

About The Ohio Detox Centers

You will never receive one-size-fits-all care at our Ohio Detox Centers. Our detox treatment programs help people and their families in our community rebuild after addiction. Our Ohio Detox Centers were inspired by recovering individuals passionate about fighting the substance abuse epidemic in their community. Frustrated by a lack of recovery resources, they built the Ohio Detox Centers to provide quality care covered by the Ohio Medicaid Program. 


Don’t go it alone against your substance abuse issues. We promise to advocate for you throughout the recovery process. Together we’ll address any legal, financial, professional, or other issues you may be dealing with during recovery. 

Insurance & Payment

The Ohio Detox Centers are in-network for most commercial insurance carriers in Ohio. We also accept Ohio Medicaid Insurance. We are here to ensure anyone who needs our help gets it, regardless of their insurance status.

What to Expect at Maumee, OH Detox Centers

Detoxing from substances is mentally and physically challenging. But our multidisciplinary treatment approach will help combat the most severe withdrawal symptoms. We are here to help you rebuild your life. 


Withdrawal symptoms happen when someone abuses one or more of the following: 


  • alcohol
  • opioids
  • painkillers
  • benzodiazepines 
  • barbiturates
  • prescription medications 
  • sleeping pills (z-drugs)


To help you combat any withdrawal symptoms you may encounter, you can access medication-assisted treatment at the Ohio Detox Centers. 

Behavioral Health Therapies

At the Ohio Detox Centers, we provide every level of care possible, including behavioral health therapies. During your stay with us, you will have access to the following: 


  • Group Therapy: used to increase social skills and allow patients to explore the Toledo area and all its therapeutic activities, including the Maumee River and the Toledo Botanical Gardens. 


  • Expressive Therapy: also referred to as art therapy, we use this as part of your personalized treatment plan. Guided by your therapist, groups will explore their art. This non-verbal expression can help you explore your addiction issues through a new lens. 


  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT is a standard tool used in addiction treatment. The reward circuit is often hijacked when someone abuses drugs or alcohol. The longer the abuse goes on, the more normalized this behavior pattern becomes. To break the pattern, CBT educates individuals on how to break old patterns through recognition and make a new choice. 


  • Trauma-Focused Therapy: Trauma and addiction often go hand in hand. With the ability to address unresolved trauma issues head-on, individuals can finally recover. 


  • Motivational Interviewing (MI): This therapeutic modality encourages people to examine where they can take steps towards making a positive change. Based on positive affirmations, MI allows you to take small steps towards regaining control over your life with the support of the group and your therapist. Motivational Interviewing will focus on your strengths and what motivates you to act the way you do. 


  • Family Therapy: It’s well known that addiction is a family disease. At the Ohio Detox Center, we believe in addressing addiction at its root cause. Often this involves bringing in family members to help establish healthy boundaries and dealing with any family issues that need to be worked on. 


Detox and Addiction Treatment Programs in Ohio

The Ohio Detox Centers treat drug use disorders and mental health disorders. Our team’s ability to address physical and mental issues allows you to build a solid recovery foundation.


Ohio Detox Centers’ treatment programs include: 


  • men’s inpatient detox 
  • women’s inpatient detox 
  • healing environment
  • medical care 
  • intensive therapy plan
  • aftercare planning 
  • case management 
  • relapse prevention 

Finding Inpatient Detox in Toledo (Maumee), Ohio

Looking for treatment in the Toledo area? Our detox centers are here to help! The Ohio Detox Center teams are here to support you or your loved one every step of the way. We provide evidence-based, multidisciplinary drug and alcohol detox treatment. Call a treatment specialist at (833) 641-0572 or reach out online.

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As we continue to grow Amatus Health, the need to stay competitive and differentiate ourselves in unique ways is crucial. Building creative approaches to reach more people will take our company to new heights. This is why I am pleased to announce that we are officially rebranding. Our new national name, TruHealing Addiction & Mental Health Treatment, will eventually replace Amatus Recovery Centers.

You may be asking, “Why are we doing this?” This new name will give us national uniformity and help brand ourselves as a whole, which will be done in phases. You will still see our existing facility names co-branded with TruHealing for the time being.

Healing is what we do. Everyone who comes through our doors is in a moment of profound struggle in their lives. We support them through a life-changing process of healing and recovery, and they leave our facilities changed. This new name is a representation of that process. As mentioned above, it also allows us to have a national brand, which will make us a recognizable name in the addiction and mental health field.

In summation, these changes present an excellent opportunity for our organization to develop our mission, vision, and purpose. I look forward to prosperous growth as we head in a new and positive direction.


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Dr. Adam Cusner, PhD is an organizational psychologist by training and has brought his decade-plus experience to the healthcare field serving as the Executive Vice President of Operations for a 22-facility portfolio of skilled nursing facilities, assisted living and independent living centers across Ohio and Arizona, with an annual revenue over $250MM. While serving in this position, Dr. Cusner brought accelerated growth to these facilities, while increasing employee retention and workflow optimization. Dr. Cusner has a proven track record in the healthcare industry of providing successful leadership through his financial acumen, strategic planning, interpersonal skills, along with his ability to build strong, effective teams.


Dr. Cusner’s credentials include a Philosophy Doctorate in Organizational Psychology (PhD) from Cleveland State University, a Master of Arts in Psychology (MA) from Boston College with an emphasis on Psychology of Work, a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BS) from Boston University with an emphasis in Organizational Behavior in Business and is a board-certified Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA). He has published and presented research articles in the field of organizational psychology at national healthcare conferences. Dr. Cusner is completing a book on organizational psychology in the healthcare field, which is expected to be published late early summer 2022. He is also a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), has served as the APA’s Division 17 communications chair, is a member of the Society for Industrial Organizational Psychologists (SIOP), and was selected as a professional reviewer for national conference research presentations.


Dr. Cusner is an advocate for his employees and is drawn to the tie between culture and quality. His extensive strategic and operational skills have delivered a high degree of success across all department levels. Dr. Cusner facilitated the establishment of an in-house financial team to provide billing and collections, accounts payable, vendor management, along with financial reporting. This provided $1.5MM annualized savings. Further, he developed department efficiencies for: Medical Staff recruitment, service-line growth, quality and safety, corporate accountability of budgetary expectations balanced with direct reporting to investor groups.


Dr. Cusner coordinated the financial turnaround of a 300 bed CCRC (skilled nursing, assisted living and an independent living center) in Arizona, which has been epitomized as the most financially challenging state to manage CCRC facilities. Dr. Cusner also strengthened the business growth of the Ohio facilities by 12%. He was recognized by the Governor for demonstrating a “care-conscious approach” during COVID, when Dr. Cusner carefully consolidated facility residents to accommodate staff and improve clinical care. Dr. Cusner demonstrates a results-driven culture by delivering a high-quality level of care and employee engagement.

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Yaffa Atias is the Director of Special Projects at Amatus Health. Atias is a leadership professional with a decade of experience in healthcare. She holds a BA in interdisciplinary studies from Thomas Edison State College, and a Master’s in Healthcare Management with a concentration in project management from Stevenson University. She completed her graduate capstone at Mosaic Community Services, now an affiliate of Sheppard Pratt.


In her role at Amatus, Atias leads and manages interdisciplinary team projects, creates solutions for any operational gaps, and continually strives for quality improvement in all processes. Atias led the organization’s COVID-19 preparedness strategy, resulting in all facilities remaining operational, and in 600 employees being retained as staff without resigning out of fear. In her role so far, she implemented licensure for three new states.


Atias believes Amatus Health and TruHealing stand out because every employee, from corporate to center staff, has a real passion for helping people. Atias shares this passion, “My natural compass always tugged me to behavioral health. I’ve always been fascinated by the human psyche. I have also been intimately privy to those suffering from mental illness and substance use. I later understood that my experiences weren’t unique, and quickly realized how pressing the need really is to effectively prevent and address. Moreover, how life-changing proper intervention truly is.”


Atias was born in Los Angeles, California and grew up in Israel and Maryland.

Melissa McCarthy is the Vice President of Business Development at Amatus Health. With a decade of experience in the behavioral healthcare and addiction treatment industry, McCarthy is passionate about recovery. She has her finger on the pulse of marketing trends, with the end goal of helping businesses grow so they can serve more people in need.


McCarthy has worked at large enterprise recovery centers across the country spearheading business development teams. She has a wide range of experience, including transforming a third-party digital marketing and client acquisition services company into a full-continuum behavioral healthcare provider, managing several successful rebrands, and growing annual revenue fivefold.


As VP of Business Development, McCarthy leads a team of over 20 business development professionals nationwide. She manages client acquisition, coordinates in-service trainings with various referents and hospitals, and presents at conferences on addiction and mental health disorder treatment.


“Sadly, many individuals die waiting for access to life-saving behavioral healthcare services,” says McCarthy. “I am in relentless pursuit of better—better access, better care delivery and better outcomes. I consider it a privilege to work in an environment where miracles unfold daily.”


McCarthy lives in Maryland with her daughter.

Hometown: Saugus, MA


Passions & interests: The greatest passion of mine is being able to dig into the work with men in early recovery. There is nothing better than witnessing and being a part of the change. My journey in long-term recovery has taught me to value the little things in life that I am now able to do. I love to do anything that allows me to be present with my wife, family, and friends. My wife and I enjoy traveling, trying new foods, and taking long motorcycle rides with our friends. If I am not on the road working or with my wife, I am studying or playing softball.


The best part of my job is being able to show up for my team and clients; they all mean the world to me. I get to brainstorm and strategize with tons of different personalities. A lot of the team does not know, but I love learning from them. If I am not learning something about our industry or workplace, I am certainly learning how to effectively collaborate with different types of individuals.


Together, we can change the narrative and be a part of the solution to better treat those trapped in the problem.

Allison was born in Columbus, Ohio and was raised in South Florida. She graduated from the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications. After college, Allison started working at the largest talent agency in the world, William Morris Endeavor. There, she learned marketing from top leaders specializing in global PR and endorsement campaigns, in both the Latin and English markets.


Through strategic public relations and creative campaign concepts, Allison has secured more than 200 national broadcast and print media placements for behavioral healthcare organizations. She brings over 15 years of marketing and PR experience, with a strong background in leading communications strategy for addiction treatment and behavioral healthcare facilities. In her role as VP of Communications, she oversees branding, public relations, social media, marketing, events, and content creation.


In her spare time, she loves cooking, boating, yoga, and traveling. She and her husband Bryan reside in Boca Raton, Florida.

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Avi Burstein is VP of Clinical Services at Amatus Health. He manages all therapeutic programming at all facilities nationwide.


Avi is originally from New York, and graduated from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. He brings over 13 years of experience in the Behavioral Healthcare Industry, in both the public and private sectors. He is passionate about therapeutic communities and the fellowship they foster between patients. Through his work in LGBTQIA, urban, rural, and religiously observant populations, Avi recognizes that each patient is unique. Therefore, he strives to ensure clinical approaches, staffing, administration, and education meet the expectation of each community Amatus Health serves.


“Our work must also include ending the societal stigma surrounding such conditions by building safe and supportive networks that include clients’ families whenever possible,” Avi said. “By valuing change and owning imperfections, we can strive to be better providers and walk through the door of recovery with our clients.”

Avi Burstein is VP of Clinical Services at Amatus Health. He manages all therapeutic programming at all facilities nationwide.


Avi is originally from New York, and graduated from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. He brings over 13 years of experience in the Behavioral Healthcare Industry, in both the public and private sectors. He is passionate about therapeutic communities and the fellowship they foster between patients. Through his work in LGBTQIA, urban, rural, and religiously observant populations, Avi recognizes that each patient is unique. Therefore, he strives to ensure clinical approaches, staffing, administration, and education meet the expectation of each community Amatus Health serves.


“Our work must also include ending the societal stigma surrounding such conditions by building safe and supportive networks that include clients’ families whenever possible,” Avi said. “By valuing change and owning imperfections, we can strive to be better providers and walk through the door of recovery with our clients.”

Marty Markovits is the Chief Information Officer at TruHealing. He oversees the people, processes, and technologies of the whole organization to ensure the business is running smoothly.


Markovits grew up in Brooklyn, NY (which he calls “the greatest city on Earth”) and graduated with a degree in Clinical Psychology from Queens College.


Markovits is a veteran in Information Technology within the healthcare field. He ensures that IT processes are simple, cost-effective, and secure. His expertise spans the entire healthcare domain, from billing and claims, to clinical, to Human Resources. He says, “My passion is to provide fully automated and operationally meaningful Business Intelligence analytics, with absolute data integrity.”

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Hometown: Savannah, GA


Passions & Interests: I spend my time outside of work with my wife and children and am actively involved in various community needs and causes.


The best part of my job is knowing that we are creating a safe, healthy, nonjudgmental environment where people can come and better their lives. There is nothing more satisfying than helping others learn to live again and piece their lives back together as they become strong, productive members of society.

Together, we can bring families back together and promote healing and well-being.


With over 16 years of proven executive leadership and driving company growth, Mark Gold’s momentum for success isn’t slowing down anytime soon. He serves as the CEO of Amatus Health, one of the fastest-growing, behavioral healthcare organizations in the country.

Possessing an excellent handling of clinical compliance and high performance standards, Mark established 14 CARF/JCT accredited addiction and mental health treatment centers and three ancillary healthcare businesses. Mark’s natural leadership skills as well as his creative thought process to generate new revenue strategies make him one of the most sought-after professionals in healthcare. Mark has a track record of leading organizations to outstanding ROI on overall portfolio performance. In addition, his expertise includes workforce planning, growth revenue, high client and investor satisfaction.

Aside from daily business oversight, Mark invests in his staff and helps build their professional development. His commitment to his colleagues and employees toward advancement and inclusiveness helps them achieve goals, builds connections, and provides a competitive advantage in the healthcare field.

Corporate and Charitable Leadership

Mark has been instrumental in building healthy communities and providing access and quality healthcare to underserved populations. His service in the community is a testament to his passion and selfless dedication to the cause of eradicating addictive disorders and stigma.

He launched several prevention and education programs and created the first-ever “Social Justice” scholarship fund of over $750,000.00 to help communities of color into inpatient drug treatment. Mark says, “The best part of my role is the knowledge that what we do impacts countless lives, with far-reaching effects,” he said. “It is incredibly rewarding to be part of a team that guides individuals onto a safe and accessible path to healing and recovery.”

He is a board member of Ahavas Chaim, a non-profit that offers at-risk teenagers crisis intervention and mental health support. He is also a committee member of the organizations Bonei Olam and Chai Lifeline Mid-Atlantic.

Personal and Educational Background

Mark studied Talmudic Law at Yeshiva’s Mir Yerushalayim in Israel. In Mark’s free time, he loves snowboarding, boating, and spending time with his wife and children.