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Fairfield Medical Center is accredited by The Joint Commission and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS).

As part of our joint venture with Diley Ridge Medical Center, the Substance Abuse Stabilization Unit (SASU) will be moving to Diley Ridge Medical Center on Dec. 3, 2018. There has been significant growth in the substance abuse stabilization program, leading to this relocation. Fairfield Medical Center has a great partnership with Diley Ridge and we feel confident that they will continue to effectively meet the needs of this population. 

Beginning Dec. 3, 2018, all voluntary, planned SASU admissions will be directed to Diley Ridge SASU. 

Referrals can still be directed to call (740) 689-4457.  


 The FMC Substance Abuse Stabilization Unit (SASU) is certified to provide the following services:

Acute Hospital Detoxification

Definition as defined by the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) “Acute hospital detoxification services are delivered based on treatment protocols for detoxification in a hospital setting and are delivered by medical and nursing professionals who provide 24-hour medically-directed assessment and withdrawal management. Acute hospital detoxification services are indicated for individuals whose intoxication/withdrawal signs and symptoms are sufficiently severe to require primary medical and nursing care service and medical management. Acute hospital detoxification services are to be delivered under a defined set of physician-approved policies and physician-managed procedures and medical protocols.”

Crisis Intervention

Case Management

23-hour Observation Bed

Assessment

Referral & Information

A Positive Approach

We have the experience and understanding to help you recover and make a new life filled with hope.

Treatment and recovery vary with each person. We’ll discuss your relationship with mood-altering chemicals and, together, create a plan for recovery.

Recovery is a process

Our network of community partners will assist you along your path. We will work with you to identify which community resources can help you the most. Fairfield Medical Center and our community partners form a team to support your long-term recovery.


For more information, contact the FMC Substance Abuse Stabilization Unit at 740-215-0638.