Adolescent Substance Abuse Programs

ASAP is here to guide your family from your first phone call, through treatment, and into the future. Each staff member is trained to compassionately help families with teens.

Our treatment is designed from the ground up to respond to the unique needs of adolescents and their families.
We specialize in providing assessments, education, and substance use disorder treatment to teens and their families.
Our flagship program is our Intensive Outpatient Program. We offer weekday and weekend programming for this program, and it includes parent participation as well as weekly drug screens.
We accept 13-19 year old clients who have had issues with substances. Whether they only need an assessment or longer term treatment, our staff can help your family get on the road to recovery.
CARF Accredited

Treatment For

LGBTQ Friendly
No Smoking
Under 18 Allowed

Heroin
Alcohol
Prescription Opioids
Methamphetamines
Benzodiazepines
Cocaine
Crack
Dual Diagnosis
Marijuana / THC

Treatment Types

Aftercare
Case Management
Co-Occurring Disorders
Counseling
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Outpatient
Therapy

Co-Occurring Disorders Treated

Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Depression
Eating Disorder
OCD
PTSD

Speak to someone

(513) 854-1047
You were able to speak truth into our son's life at a time when he could not hear me, and you all provided him with the tools to choose to be drug free. Thank you, you helped us to understand that recovery is for the whole family and not just the addict.
Parent of Evan, Age 17

The Facility

Adolescent Substance Abuse Programs9403 Kenwood Road,Suite C-111
Cincinnati, 45242
(513) 854-1047

Hours

Phone
Mon
8am - 6:30pm
Tue
8am - 6:30pm
Wed
8am - 6:30pm
Thu
8am - 6:30pm
Fri
8am - 6:30pm
Assessments
Sun
12pm - 3pm
Mon
12pm - 3pm
Tue
12pm - 3pm
Wed
12pm - 3pm
Thu
12pm - 3pm
Fri
12pm - 3pm
Sat
12pm - 3pm

Accepted Insurance Plans

Aetna
Anthem BC/BS
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
BC/BS of Michigan
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cigna
HealthSpan
Humana
Medical Mutual of Ohio
Self Pay
United Behavioral Health
United Healthcare
United Medical Resource
Value Options

The Team

David Baum, Psy. D., LICDC

Director of Clinical Services

David Baum, Psy.D., LICDC holds dual licensure as a Clinical Psychologist (Ohio – #7686) and Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor (Ohio – #161351). Dr. Baum is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan and received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Xavier University. Dr. Baum has been trained to provide general psychological services, while specializing in substance use, trauma-related, and mood disorders.

Richard Baum, Ed.D., LICDC-CS

President, CEO

Dr. Baum is the founder and president of Adolescent Substance Abuse Programs, Inc. In 2008 he saw a critical need to design an outpatient treatment program that would not only address adolescent substance use disorders, but also include a developmental framework where the treatment process is tailored to the adolescent and his or her family. ASAP with its unique strategy is consistently evolving to enhance treatment strategies and improve outcomes.

Sehra Polad, Psy.D.

PSYCHOLOGIST, CLINICAL STAFF

Dr. Sehra Polad graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from North Carolina State University in 2011 and received her Doctor of Psychology degree from Xavier University in 2016. Dr. Polad specializes in working with children and adolescents (ages 6-18). She works primarily from a cognitive behavioral perspective and has training in different evidence-based approaches including DBT, trauma-focused CBT, motivational interviewing, and parent management training.

Hannah Lubman, Psy.D.

CLINICAL STAFF

After completing her undergraduate work at West Virginia University, Dr. Hannah Lubman moved to Cincinnati to pursue her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Xavier University with a focus on adolescents and families.She also has training and experience providing mental health treatment for trauma-related and mood disorders utilizing a variety of treatment modalities including individual, family, and group therapy.

Stan Reid, CDCA

CLINICAL STAFF

Stan Reid brings over 25 years clinical experience to ASAP, having worked in several treatment facilities throughout the Tri-State. He has been a certified substance abuse counselor assistant since 1997. In addition to his work with ASAP, Stan is a guest speaker on substance abuse and recovery at Prospect House and New Directions. his unique approach to treatment combines knowledge, experience, humor, and insight, while always placing the client’s recovery and well-being as the first priority.

Essence Rivers, M.A.

CLINICAL STAFF

After completing her undergraduate work at Ohio University, Essence moved to Cincinnati to pursue her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Xavier University. In addition to her work at ASAP, Essence has worked at various mental health care facilities including Hillcrest Academy and Xavier’s Psychological Services Center.

Troy Weathers, M.A.

CLINICAL STAFF

Troy earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Xavier University. In addition working at ASAP, Troy has worked at facilities including Xavier’s Psychological Services Center and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Troy enjoys working with adolescents and young adults and strives to provide evidence-based treatments allowing his clients to reach their full potential.

Bryce Armantrout, CDCA

CLINICAL STAFF

Pamela Quarles, CDCA

Clinical Staff

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(513) 854-1047
Closed
Phone Hours
Mon
8am - 6:30pm
Tue
8am - 6:30pm
Wed
8am - 6:30pm
Thu
8am - 6:30pm
Fri
8am - 6:30pm

Assessments Available

Call today and get an assessment as soon as Saturday.