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Opioid Treatment Program

Program Sponsor Len Collins, OCPS II Executive Director
Medical Director Dr. Ted Parran
Signing Authority Leigh Brock-Webster, Board Chair
Len Collins, Executive Director
Fiscal Contact Joel Nacion, Fiscal Director
Executive Assistant Sue Templar, Director of Human Resources
Intake Coordinator Sam Cooke, LSW
Onsite Clinical Supervisor Jeff Rawlings, LISW
Clinical Manager Ross Calvin, LPCC
County Service Area: Cuyahoga
Organization Cleveland Treatment Center
Program Site 11127 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Phone (216) 861-4246
Fax (216) 861-1156
E-mail ctc1127@attglobal.net
Hours and Days of Operation Medication 6:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Monday - Froday
Weekend and Holiday Hours 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Business Hours 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
  • Methadone Maintenance
  • Tobacco/Alcohol and other Drugs

Health Promotions:

  • Stress Management
  • Fitness/Diet/Nutrition
  • Pregnent Females
  • Parenting
  • TB/HEP
  • Residents of Northeast Ohio

  • City Of Cleveland

  • Cuyahoga County

  • Pregnent Women

  • Persons with co-occuring disabilities or disorders

 *Health Promotions services are available to Schools, Churches, Community Groups, Businesses, etc.

  • Individual Counseling
  • group Counseling
  • Urine Tox Screens
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Case Management
  • Medical/Somatic
  • Medication/Methadone
  • Diagnostic Assessment
  • HIV/TB/HEP Counseling
  • Vocational Counseling
  • Speakers Bureau
  • 18 years and above

Participant Goals:

  • Abstinence
  • Stable Housing
  • Positive Support
  • Relationships
  • Employment
  • No new Legal
  • Adopts Healthy Lifestyle
  • Modifies Addiction
  • Behaviors
  • Identify Harmful consequences



Description: The mission of the Cleveland Treatment Center is “to improve the health

and well being of residents of Northeast Ohio by providing state-of-the-art, cost effective,

abstinence-based drug treatment, prevention and health promotion services”. Cleveland

Treatment Center was incorporated as a non - profit organization in 1972 and is certified by

the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addictions Services. The CTC, one of the largest

freestanding chemical dependency facilities in Ohio, employs 30 staff, with the capacity to

serve 350 clients. Cleveland Treatment Center is funded by the Center for Substance Abuse

Treatment, the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services, the Alcohol and

Drug Addiction Services Board of Cuyahoga, City of Cleveland Workforce Development,

and the City of Cleveland Department of Health. CTC a fully accredited service provider in

Northeast Ohio by the Commission on Accreditation on Rehabilitation of Facilities (CARF)

as an Opioid Treatment Program (O.T.P.) and Prevention/Diversion: Alcohol and other

Drug Addictions-Adults Program.

The Cleveland Treatment Center desired future is reflected in its vision statement. The

vision provides the framework to guide the activities of the Cleveland Treatment Center into

the future. It embodies the values, which serve as the Cleveland Treatment Center's guiding

principles. – “We, the Cleveland Treatment Center staff will provide specialized, state of the

art, scientifically-based substance abuse treatment, which is continually responsive to the

needs of the clients and their families.”

Cleveland Treatment Center provides the following services; opioid treatment, assessment,

medical evaluation/social, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, vocational

rehabilitation, and case management. Cleveland Treatment Center’s primary prevention

programs are Project SAFE, Hooked on Fishing and Let It Ride – Game Ready 4 Life.

Our Prevention Programs have received both State and Local recognition for offering Best

Practice Strategies. The Project SAFE component consists of information dissemination,

education, health promotion, and alternatives to ATOD and HIV/AIDS outreach. Cleveland

Treatment Center / Project SAFE (Staying AIDS Free through Education). has worked

extensively with injection drug users and their sexual partners, and persons addicted to

alcohol and other drugs continuously for 19 years. Project Safe’s mission is to” provide

HIV/AIDS/STD/TB and drug abuse prevention education and treatment referral.” Project

Safe’s primary target populations are African American and Hispanic High Risk Groups

such as: injection drug users and their sex partners, High Risk Heterosexuals and at risk


Cleveland Treatment Center’s Medical Director and medical consultants are faculty

members at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and members of the

teaching faculty of University Hospital, Department of Medicine and Family Medicine.

This provides a unique learning and teaching collaborative with the CWRU School of

Medicine’s Addiction Fellowship Program.

CTC serves persons regardless of race, ethnicity, age, color, religion, sexual

orientation, socioeconomic status, handicap or other developmental disability, HIV infection

or AIDS.