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About: Signature Health

When you need help now.

Signature Health delivers accessible, comprehensive recovery services to people experiencing mental health and/or substance abuse problems. Without the lengthy waiting list.

Comprehensive. We’re committed to providing a wide range of services, support and outstanding care to adults, children, adolescents and families who need help now.

Innovative. We nurture creativity and support the development of new ideas, services and processes. Our talented staff leads an innovative art therapy program, and we’re leaders in the Suboxone treatment program.

Supportive. Clients receive care from a multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, individual and family therapists, social workers and addiction specialists. We provide diverse and specialized services provided with a sense of urgency, seeing new clients within 24 hours of a referral.

Committed. Signature Health is recognized as a Weatherhead 100 winner and featured in a PBS documentary, "The Released". We renewed our commitment to quality care by attaining a full three-year accreditation from the prestigious Council on Accreditation of Rehab Facilities (CARF). With new facilities in Ashtabula and expansion of services in Garfield Heights and Willoughby, we’re growing, so we can better serve the growing community of people that really need our help.

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News Feed
08/19/19
Jonathan Lee & Dr. Sarah Hoehnen - Signature Health - and a New HIV Program
08/12/19
Signature Health gives a BIG THANK YOU to our 8th Annual Signature Heath Golf Outing Event Spons...
06/17/19
Sunday August 18, Signature Health will be hosting its 8th annual Golf Outing at the Powderhorn ...
05/06/19
Metro Park HikingChagrin River ParkMay 23, 2019 @ 11amRAIN OR SHINEWe will be hiking/walking dif...
05/06/19
We will be hiking/walking different Metro Parks in Lake County, starting at Chagrin River Park @...

Testimonials

“I enjoy learning new methods of meeting new peers and understanding my own self worth and being.”
— Steven M.