• Stop Using, Start Living!

    Private Clinic of Columbus is a professionally staffed facility that treats opiate addicted patients.

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  • Your Individual Counseling

    Individual Counseling or one-on-one counseling is required of all patients attending opiate treatment programs. A counselor will be assigned depending on the patient’s individual needs.

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  • Medical Services

    The mission of the medical staff at Private Clinic of Columbus is to provide our patients with the services and information necessary to assist in their recovery.

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Social Stigmas

The Impact of Social Stigma on Methadone Maintenance Treatment of Opioid Addiction

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Treatment

Dosing Hours
Mon-Friday: 6:00am-11:00am
Saturday: 7:00am-10:00am
Sunday & Holidays: CLOSED

Healing

Counseling Hours
Mon-Friday: 6:00am-2:00pm
Saturday: 7:00am-10:00am
Sunday & Holidays: CLOSED

 


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Treatment. Love. Care.

Get Some TLC with PCC InterventionAddiction does not discriminate, people from all walks of life become addicted to prescription pain pills. Over the years there has been two type of people who get addicted to pain pills. The first is a person who started taking pain pills for a legitimate pain problem and then it turns into an addiction.

The other person who gets addicted to pain pills are those who start taking them to get high. Regardless of why a person started taking them once they are addicted they need to seek help. PCC is here to help, Free Assessments are available Monday-Friday.

How Can I Get Someone to Stop Using?There are a variety of reasons people enter treatment, but the most important thing to remember is that the addict must want treatment in order to stop using. God is the only thing that can bring a person to that stopping point. If a person enters treatment and starts applying the principles they learn, they can obtain recovery with a lot of hard work, perseverance and commitment.

 

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Addiction Does Not Discriminate!

"Addiction is an equal-opportunity destroyer.It does not care if the patient is black or white, old or young, rich or poor. We help put their lives back together.”

Jonathan Connell, Private Clinic Columbus