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Signature Health delivers accessible, comprehensive recovery services to those who are experiencing mental health and/or substance abuse problems.

Comprehensive. We’re committed to providing outstanding care without a lengthy waiting list. The adults, children, adolescents and families who depend on Signature Health’s wide range of service can access the support and resources they need—now.

Innovative. We nurture and support creativity and development of new ideas, services and processes. Our talented staff leads a rich art therapy program, and we are proud of the works our clients create on their journey toward recovery.

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

Committed. Signature Health has been 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 buildings underway in Ashtabula and recently completed buildings in Garfield Heights and Willoughby, we’re poised for growth.
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09/14/17
 Saturday, September 16, 2017Edgewater Park's Upper Pavilion namiwalks.org/greaterclev...
09/06/17
What can be expected?Exploring thoughts, feelings, and actions related to anger.Motivational tec...
08/31/17
Signature Health Ashtabula created a documentary featuring 7 real people who have dealt with or ...
08/03/17
Signature Health proudly announces our new location in Conneaut, Ohio. Providing outpatient...
07/06/17
Signature Health's 6th Annual Golf Outing Sunday August 20, 2017, Powderhorn Country Club 3...
“I have become a much better person and it is all due to the help of the wonderful people here at Signature Health.”
— Kren M.