Ohio is developing a comprehensive strategic plan to improve treatment for transitional-aged youth (ages 16-25) with substance use disorders (SUD) or co-occurring substance use and mental disorders.  The intent of the plan is to better assure that youth have access to evidence-based assessments, treatment models and recovery services.   To aid in the development of the plan, it is important to hear from youth/young adults who have lived experience.  Your time in completing this short survey would be greatly appreciated. It should only take 5 to 10 minutes and will help us plan for the future. 

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* 1. What county do you live in?

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* 2. What services have you used in the last few years?

  Yes, I have had this service No, I have not had this service I have not heard of this service
Outpatient therapy (individual or group) for mental health and/or substance use conditions
Outpatient family therapy for mental health and/or substance use conditions
Psychiatric Services/ medication evaluation and prescription
Day Treatment, Partial Hospitalization
Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) for substance use for adolescents and young adults
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Opioid Addiction
Home-based Treatment
Respite Services
Crisis Services
Inpatient psychiatric treatment
Inpatient substance use treatment
Residential treatment for mental health issues
Residential substance use treatment
Half-Way House (Sober House)
Foster Care
Family Education about substance use and/or mental health
Counseling services at school
Housing Assistance
Employment Assistance
Education Assistance
Transportation Assistance
Twelve-Step Program (e.g. AA, NA, Alanon)
Detoxification Services
Alternative Peer Group (APG) Services
Recovery Community Organization (RCO) Services
Peer Support, not related to APGs or RCOs
Care Coordination