ORCA House is a non-profit, adult rehabilitation center located in greater Cleveland.
Signature Health owns and operates this facility.
ORCA House provides recovery services to men, women, and families suffering from addiction.
Chemical dependency is a progressive, treatable disease that impacts the entire family unit. To best treat dependency, ORCA House has a holistic, culturally-relevant approach to services. Family is involved in the process while the needs of recovering individuals are met.
ORCA House offers both a men’s and women’s residential program. The building houses 16 beds for chemically dependent men and 12 beds for women.
ORCA House services include:
- Individual/group therapy
- Job development classes
- Recreation therapy
- Life skills
- Anger management
- Daily 12-step group involvement
ORCA House History
ORCA House is one of the oldest African-American founded substance abuse centers in the country. Built in 1942, several recovering individuals made it their mission to bring recovery services to Cleveland. Years later, ORCA House continues to serve men and women afflicted by addiction.
Additionally, there are plans in place to build out a new, beautifully designed ORCA House. The new improved facility will open sometime in 2020.
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