This listing by county provides access to additional resources to fight addiction in Ohio – hotlines, support groups, community services and more.

Boards & Special Help By County

CRISIS PHONE NUMBERS:

Crisis Text Line

Crisis Text Line: Text 4hope to 741741
Crisis Text Line is free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text 741741 from anywhere in the USA to text with a trained Crisis Counselor.

National Suicide Hotline

800-273-8255
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
This is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services - HELPLINE

HELPLINE: 877-275-6364

United Way's First Call For Help

Phone: 2-1-1
United Way's Ohio 2-1-1 Help Line is a simple, easy to remember number that can connect you to multiple services, including treatment for substance use disorder. 2-1-1 provides free and confidential 24-hour access to a compassionate professional who will review your options for help, develop a plan and act as your advocate if you are faced with barriers to service. 70 of Ohio's 88 counties and 95% of Ohio's population is currently covered by 2-1-1. There are 12 different organizations providing 2-1-1 services. Please see your individual county (MORE HELP) for the correct website and toll-free number.

DATABASES (these list providers) THAT MAY BE HELPFUL IN YOUR SEARCH:

County ADAMHS Boards

Each of the 88 counties in Ohio has a County Board. It is usually called the Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Board. We list them first under each county, followed by other helpful resources for that county in alphabetical order. Most of the county board websites list treatment providers in their county, plus they may also have other helpful information.

NEORRN (Northeast Ohio Recovery Residence Network)

www.neorrn.org
A great website which lists not only Recovery Residences, but also some treatment and support services in the Northeast Ohio Area. There is a searchable database. They also show vacancies for recovery residences.

Ohio Recovery Housing

www.ohiorecoveryhousing.org
An alliance for individuals and organizations operating quality recovery housing in Ohio. Search for residences, learn about the levels of recovery residences, and more. ORH is the state affiliate of NARR (National Alliance for Recovery Residences) and certifies Recovery Residences as meeting certain quality standards.

OhioMHAS (Ohio Mental Health & Addiction Services)

www.mha.ohio.gov
Maintains a list of provider agencies for Addiction Service Providers and Mental Health Providers by County.

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration)

samhsa.gov
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. Their website has a LOT of information as well as a Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator and Opioid Treatment Program Directory.

HARM REDUCTION PROGRAMS:

The Harm Reduction Programs in Ohio are listed under "More Help" by County Name.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone)

https://www.odh.ohio.gov/health/vipp/drug/ProjectDAWN.aspx
Project DAWN is a community-based overdose education and naloxone distribution program. Project DAWN participants receive training on: Recognizing the signs and symptoms of overdose, distinguishing between different types of overdose, performing rescue breathing, calling emergency medical services, and administering intranasal Naloxone. Note: Please see your individual county (MORE HELP) for service locations and numbers.

Pharmacies Providing Naloxone

http://pharmacy.ohio.gov
Many pharmacies in Ohio now provide naloxone and education about its use to anyone who requests it. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or Private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing Naloxone without a prescription.

ORGANIZATIONS/WEBSITES FOR EDUCATION, SUPPORT & MORE

Addiction Policy Forum

718 7th St. NW, Washington D.C. 20001
202-969-8879
addictionpolicy.org
The Addiction Policy Forum is a partnership of organizations, policymakers and stakeholders committed to working together to elevate awareness around addiction and to improve national policy through response that includes prevention, treatment, recovery and criminal justice reform. They support, promote and work with others in the addiction community to advance knowledge and translate discoveries about substance use disorder and its complications into practical solutions.

ARC (Addiction Resource Center) - From the Addiction Policy Forum

718 7th Street, NW. 2nd Floor, Washington, DC. 20001
202-969-8879
https://www.addictionresourcecenter.org
An initiative of the Addiction Policy Forum, Addiction Resource Center is a comprehensive, interactive portal to support individuals and families to learn about addiction, access resources and figure out if you or your loved one needs help. Offers an online drug or alcohol assessment, and a assists you in creating your own action plan.

Cover2 Resources

330-351-1328
www.cover2.org
https://cover2.org/podcasts/
The purpose of Cover2 Resources is to spread awareness, educate, and advocate for those touched by the opioid epidemic through an ongoing podcast series with new releases twice weekly. Listen to these podcasts weekly to learn what is happening in Ohio and Nationwide with the Opioid epidemic.

Frontline

216-623-6888
www.frontlineservice.org
This is a private non-profit community behavioral health organization in Cuyahoga County that provides a 24-Hour Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Crisis, Information and Referral Hotline.

NAMI OHIO (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

1225 Dublin Rd, Suite 125, Columbus, OH 43215
614-224-2700
Toll free: 800-686-2646
www.namiohio.org
NAMI is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness. Some of the local affiliates also support Dual Diagnosis (mental illness and substance use disorder).

NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse)

6001 Executive Blvd. Rockville, MD. 20852
drugabuse.gov
NIDA is a federal scientific research institute under the National Institutes of Health, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NIDA is the largest supporter of the world's research on drug use and addiction. It provides a WEALTH of information including understanding how drugs work in the brain and body, tracking emerging drug use trends, and developing and testing new drug treatment and prevention approaches.

Ohio AIRS (bringing people and services together)

ohioairs.org
A private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving Information & Referral (I&R) throughout Ohio. The overriding goal of I&R is to bring people and services together by providing a source of information that is well organized, community-based and easily accessible.

OhioCAN (Change Addiction Now)

http://www.changeaddictionnow.org/ohio.html
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OhioCANChangeAddictionNow/
The mission of C.A.N. is to Embrace, Educate and Empower families and communities impacted by Substance Use Disorder. By harnessing the enormous power of families, Change Addiction Now (C.A.N.) aims to change the way addiction is treated, perceived, and legislated, and champion 21st Century research in the studies of brain, addiction, and the impact it all has on families.

Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS)

30 East Broad Street, 36th Floor, Columbus, OH 43215
614-466-2596
Toll free for information and referral: 877-275-6364
www.mha.ohio.gov
Promotes prevention, wellness and recovery, and treatment of mental health and substance use disorders. Maintains a list of provider agencies throughout the state. OMHAS has statutory and regulatory authority over providers of mental health services to Ohio consumers.

The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

Parents Helpline: 855-378-4373  The Helpline is a toll-free service for parents and caregivers of children (of any age) who want to talk to someone about their child's drug use and drinking. The Helpline is not a crisis line.
www.Drugfree.org
This is a non-profit that supports families who are struggling with their son or daughter’s substance use. Get help & support, learn, get involved, read their blog. 

Robby’s Voice, Break the Silence

www.robbysvoice.com
Non-profit organization formed to save lives by raising awareness about drug addiction.

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

5600 Fishers Ln. Rockville, MD 20857
877-726-4727
samhsa.gov
www.findtreatment.samhsa.gov

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.Their website offers a Nationwide Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator, Topics, Programs & Campaigns, Data, Publications and more.

SHATTERPROOF

135 West 41st Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10036
800-597-2557
shatterproof.org
Shatterpoof is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the devastation addiction causes families. Packed with GOOD information: go to the Learn page to understand addiction, the Advocate page to learn about both state and national initiatives, Participate to get involved and become part of the solution, read the blog and much more.

Start Talking! Ohio

www.starttalking.ohio.gov
A drug abuse prevention initiative which works to reduce the likelihood of youth drug use before it even starts. Get the tools you need to to start the conversation with your children/Ohio’s youth about the importance of living healthy, drug-free lives.

Take Charge Ohio

takechargeohio.org
An initiative to empower all Ohioans to work together to use pain medication safely. The mission of the Take Charge Ohio initiative is to empower safe pain management and medication use by educating patients and providing resources for healthcare providers, with the result of managing pain safely and preventing pain medication abuse.

United Way (Ohio)

395 E. Broad St. Suite 320, Columbus, OH 43215
614-224-8146 
ouw.org

Ohio United Way is a member-supported, state organization whose purpose is to serve the many local United Way organizations through Implementation of 2-1-1, a health and human services referral service; Statewide coordination of the Combined Charitable Campaign (CCC); Advocacy on behalf of health & human services issues in the Ohio General Assembly; Networking an training events for staff and volunteers; Manage emergency food & shelter State Set-Aside funds through the Emergency Food & Shelter National Board; and Help local United Ways coordinate services following disasters.

Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR)

y12sr.com
Y12SR combines the wisdom of yoga with the practical tools of 12-step programs creating a holistic model designed to address the physical, mental and spiritual dis-ease of addiction. Currently they have classes in Ashtabula, Columbiana, Cuyahoga, Franklin, Montgomery, Summit and Trumbull counties. Check their website for addresses and class times.

Young People in Recovery (YPR)

150 Oneida St. Denver, CO. 80220
720-600-4947
youngpeopleinrecovery.org
YPR envisions a world where everyone can access the necessary resources to recover from substance use disorder and associated high-risk behaviors.YPR’s mission is to provide the training and networks all individuals, families, and communities need to recover and maximize their full potential.

PUBLICATIONS WORTH READING:

Alcohol Abuse Amongst The Elderly: A Complete Guide / National Council For Aging Care

http://aging.com.origin.ringlocal.com/alcohol-abuse-amongst-the-elderly-a-complete-guide/
A thorough look at alcohol and aging. This explains what addiction is, symptoms of addiction, prevalence among seniors, increased sensitivity to alcohol, increased health problems and how to get help.

Seeking Drug Abuse Treatment: Know What To Ask / National Institute on Drug Abuse

6001 Executive Blvd. Rockville, MD. 20852
https://www.drugabuse.gov/sites/default/files/treatmentbrochure_web.pdf
Important information to know when seeking treatment for yourself or a loved one.

Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction / SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

877-726-4727
store.samhsa.gov/shin/content//SMA14-4443/SMA14-4443.pdf
Information about addiction, Medication-Assisted Treatment, goals of treatment and more.

SUPPORT GROUPS:

Al-Anon (for families, friends):
888-425-2666  //  http://ohioal-anon.org

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA):
Cleveland Area: 216-241-7387  //  www.aacleve.org
Statewide: 614-253-8501  //  www.aa.org

Celebrate Recovery:
celebraterecovery.com
To find a group in Ohio:
http://locator.crgroups.info

Cocaine Anonymous (CA):
800-347-8998  //  www.caohio.org

Crystal Meth Anonymous:
www.crystalmeth.org

Dual Recovery Anonymous:
Betty H., Director: 913-991-2703  //  www.draonline.org

Families Anonymous
800-736-9805
 //  familiesanonymous.org

Families of Addicts (FOA)
937-307-5479  // foafamilies.org  // http://www.foafamilies.org/meetings

Heroin Anonymous Ohio:
888-699-7556  //  http://haohio.yolasite.com

Marijuana Anonymous:
800-766-6779  //  www.marijuana-anonymous.org

Nar-Anon (for families):
800-477-6291  //  www.Nar-anon.org

Narcotics Anonymous (NA):
800-587-4232  //  http://www.naohio.org

Nicotine Anonymous:
877-879-6422  //  www.nicotine-anonymous.org

SMART Recovery (an alternative to 12-step):
440-951-5357  //  www.smartrecovery.org

TAP (The Addict's Parents United)
614-206-8129  // www.tapunited.org

ADAMS COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Adams, Lawrence, Scioto Counties - Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board

919 7th St. Portsmouth, OH 45662
740-354-5648 or Toll-free: 888-354-5648
CRISIS CENTER & HOTLINE: 740-354-1010  or  TOLL-FREE CRISIS CENTER & HOTLINE: 855-381-1010
Facebook: facebook.com/Adamhs-Board-of-Adams-Lawrence-Scioto-Co
adamhsals.org
Promotes positive behavioral health by bringing together local partners to ensure quality mental health and addiction prevention, treatment and recovery supports for all residents.

Coalition For A Drug Free Adams County

Meetings are held at the First State Bank on the 2nd Thursday of each month.
19230 State Route 136, Winchester, OH 45697
Check their Facebook page for events: https://www.facebook.com/events/1379486398769130/
drugfreeadamscounty.org

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Adams County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

ALLEN COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Allen, Auglaize and Hardin Counties

529 S. Elizabeth St. Lima, OH 45804
419-222-5120
wecarepeople.org
Offers online screenings, support groups, provider listings, information, blogs and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Allen County Health Department
219 E. Market St. Lima, OH 45801
419-228-4457
allencountypublichealth.org

Also, in Allen County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

ASHLAND COUNTY 

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Ashland Connects to Teens (ACT) - (Part of Catholic Charities)

34 West 2nd St. Ashland, OH 44805
419-289-1903
http://ccdocle.org/program/ashland-connects-to-teens-act
A teen mentoring program for youth at risk for drug, alcohol and/or tobacco abuse. The program offers group and individual activities that include social, recreational and educational activities.

 

Mental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland County

1605 County Road 1095 Ashland, OH 44805
419-281-3139
CRISIS LINE: 419-289-6111
ashlandmhrb.org
Lists programs, resources, and educational materials. You can also find information about attending a board sponsored training or event.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Ashland County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

ASHTABULA COUNTY

2-1-1

Ashtabula County Community Action Agency - 2-1-1 Ashtabula County
800-874-8545
http://www211ashtabula.org
Counties Served: Ashtabula

Ashtabula County MHRS Board

4817 State Rd, Suite 203 Ashtabula, OH 44004
440-992-3121
24-Hour Crisis and Suicide Prevention Hotline/Hope Line: 800-577-7849

www.ashtabulamhrsboard.org
Assesses the behavioral health needs of the community and plans for treatment and prevention services that meet the unique needs of Ashtabula County.

GRASP - Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing

Ashtabula, OH 44004
440-813-7642
Email: [email protected]
http://grasphelp.org/ashtabula-county-chapter/
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Pre-registration is required for new attendees! Please contact chapter facilitator to register. 1st Monday of ea. month, 6:30-8:00pm. Contact facilitator for exact location (Lois Miller-Martone). Nationwide group, 5 chapters in Ohio. Private Facebook group with over 7000 members.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Ashtabula County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

ATHENS COUNTY

2-1-1

United Appeal for Athens County 2-1-1
866-784-3132
http://www.211athenscounty.org/
Counties Served: Athens

Athens-Hocking-Vinton Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board

7990 Dairy Ln. Athens, OH 45701
740-593-3177
317board.org
Mental Health and Addiction Services strengthening the continuum of care in Athens, Hocking and Vinton counties. Their website offers crisis lines, provider listings, news, local events, support groups and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Athens City-County Health Department
278 W. Union St. Athens, OH 45701
740-592-4431 ext. 230
health.athens.oh.us
In addiition to Project DAWN, Athens City-County Health Department now offers a needle exchange program (refer to bloodborn pathogens).

AUGLAIZE COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call our office: 614-224-8146

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Allen, Auglaize and Hardin Counties

529 S. Elizabeth St. Lima, OH 45804
419-222-5120
wecarepeople.org
Offers online screenings, support groups, provider listings, information, blogs and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Auglaize County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

BELMONT COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

MHRB (Mental Health Recovery Board) Serving Belmont, Harrison and Monroe Counties

99 N. Sugar St. St. Clairesville, OH 43947
740-695-9998
Crisis Hotline: 800-354-4357
bhmboard.org
The mission of the Mental Health and Recovery Board is to manage public resources to ensure the availability of comprehensive, quality, cost-effective mental health and substance abuse treatment and prevention services to the citizens of Belmont, Harrison and Monroe Counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:

Belmont County Health Department
68501 Bannock Rd. St. Clairesville, OH 43950
740-695-1202 - Director of Nursing, ext 124
belmontcountyhealth.com/project-dawn/

BROWN COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of Greater Cincinnati
513-762-7100
http://www.referweb.net/uwgc/
Counties Served: Brown, Clermont, Hamilton

Brown County Board of Mental Health and Addiction Services

85 Banting Drive, Georgetown, OH 45121
937-378-3504
bcmhas.org
The county board contracts with local providers for the provision of services, plans for a unified system of care, assesses community needs, monitors services, and collaborates with families, consumers, law enforcement, stakeholders, faith-based and community organizations to ensure they are providing the most effective prevention, treatment, and recovery support services to meet the needs of the community.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:

Brown County Health Department
826 Mount Orab Pike, Georgetown, OH 45121
937-378-6892 or Toll-free: 866-867-6892 
Project DAWN is open: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday. Prevention Point needle exchange is available every Thursday 1:00 - 3:00 pm.

Also, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

BUTLER COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
937-225-3000
http://www.referweb.net/day/
Counties Served: Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Madison, Montgomery, Preble, Warren

ACCESS OHIO

2935 Hamilton Mason Rd. Hamilton, OH 45011
513-868-2390
www.accessdui.com
Offers 72-hour Driver Intervention Programs, 2 day Education Programs, 8 hour Substance Abuse Programs, Petty Theft Programs and more.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County

5539 Eureka Dr. Hamilton, OH 45011
513-867-1227 or 513-424-3397
www.bbbsbutler.org
Serving children ages 6 to 18 who are facing adverse circumstances. Provides one-on-one mentoring relationships to children.

Butler County Coalition for Healthy, Safe and Drug Free Communities

5963 Boymel Dr. Fairfield, OH 45014
513-860-8397
www.butlercountycoalition.org
Helping the community to work together for a healthy, safe and drug-free community.

Butler County Mental Health & Addiction Recovery Services Board

5963 Boymel Dr. Fairfield, OH. 45014
513-860-9240
www.bcmhars.org
The Butler County Board is a county government organization that oversees the community mental health and addiction service system in Butler County. They offer a list of providers within the county.

Envision Partnerships

2935 Hamilton Rd. Hamilton, OH 45011
513-868-2100
www.envisionpartnerships.com
Offers school and community based high risk behavior prevention programming, conflict mediation applications, court referred diversion programming and other creative character building modules aimed at bolstering the skills of youth. Certified by OMHAS.

Heroin Hopeline

844-427-4747
heroinhopeline.org
Offers help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Free service established to provide a safe place for those struggling with substance use disorder and their loved ones to reach out for support and understanding. Care coordinators can help you and your family navigate the complex and challenging system of heroin treatment. Information on how to confront yourself or a loved one you believe is addicted to heroin or other drugs, how to detox and where to go to receive medical care during a detox, what treatment programs are available in the counties of Warren, Clinton and Butler (we can still help if you live outside these counties), how to access them and how to stay clean after treatment. Assists the local Quick Response Teams.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Butler County Board of Health
301 S. Third St. Hamilton, OH 45011
513-863-1770
www.butlercountyohio.org/health

CARROLL COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

The ADAMHS (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services) Board of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties

119 Garland Dr. S.W. New Philadelphia, OH 44663
Carroll: 330-627-7912
Tuscarawas: 330-364-6488
adamhtc.org
The Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties is a government agency established by Ohio statute for the purpose of planning, funding, monitoring and evaluating contracted mental health, alcohol, and drug treatment services to residents of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Carroll County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
937-225-3000
http://www.referweb.net/day/
Counties Served: Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Madison, Montgomery, Preble, Warren

Mental Health, Drug & Alcohol Services Board of Logan & Champaign Counties

1521 N. Detroit St. West Liberty, OH 43357
937-465-1045
24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 800-224-0422
mhdas.org
The MHDAS Board's focus is to provide the right care for the people of our counties. We do this by planning, developing, monitoring, and evaluating the publicly funded behavioral health services for the citizens in Logan and Champaign Counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Champaign County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

CLARK COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
937-225-3000
http://www.referweb.net/day/
Counties Served: Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Madison, Montgomery, Preble, Warren

Families of Addicts (FOA)

Mulberry Terrace Apartment, 120 W. Mulberry Street, Springfield, OH. 45506
937-624-2304
www.foafamilies.org/meetings
Support, friendship and education for families (the whole family) and individuals to foster understanding, growth and permanent recovery from substance use disorder. This organization is in six counties and growing.

Mental Health & Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties

1055 E. High St. Springfield, OH 45505
937-322-0648 or Toll-free: 800-435-7968
www.mhrb.org
Provides access to mental health, alcohol and other substance use disorder treatment as well as prevention and support services.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
McKinley Hall
1101 East High St. Springfield, OH 45505
937-328-5300 ext. 109

CLERMONT COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of Greater Cincinnati
513-762-7100
http://www.referweb.net/uwgc/
Counties Served: Brown, Clermont, Hamilton

Clermont County Mental Health & Recovery Board

2337 Clermont Center Dr. Batavia, OH 45103
513-732-5400
ccmhrb.com
Lists information for mental health and alcohol and other drug treatment and prevention services.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Clermont Recovery Center
1088 Wasserman Way #C, Batavia, OH 45103
513-735-8100

Substance Abuse Recovery Resource Guide: Service Directory for Residents of Clermont County

clermonthealthdistrict.org/overdoserecoveryresourceguide.pdf
This guide is from the Clermont County Mental Health & Recovery Board. It includes 20 questions to ask before selecting or entering an addiction treatment center.

CLINTON COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
937-225-3000
http://www.referweb.net/day/
Counties Served: Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Madison, Montgomery, Preble, Warren

Clinton County Health District - Help Me Grow Program

111 South Nelson Avenue, Suite 1, Wilmington, OH 45177
937-382-7221
Help Me Grow Home Visiting programs offer support and resources to pregnant women and families. Works with clients to promote healthy pregnancies, as well as positive growth and development for babies and young children.

Heroin Hopeline

877-695-6333
heroinhopeline.org
Offers help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Free service established to provide a safe place for those struggling with substance use disorder and their loved ones to reach out for support and understanding. Care coordinators can help you and your family navigate the complex and challenging system of heroin treatment. Information on how to confront yourself or a loved one you believe is addicted to heroin or other drugs, how to detox and where to go to receive medical care during a detox, what treatment programs are available in the counties of Warren, Clinton and Butler (we can still help if you live outside these counties), how to access them and how to stay clean after treatment. Assists the local Quick Response Teams.

Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren & Clinton Counties

212 Cook Rd. Lebanon OH 45036
Administrative: 513-695-1695
Crisis Hotline: 877-695-6333 (NEED)
mhrsonline.org
The local board of mental health & addiction services for Warren and Clinton counties. They contract with provider agencies to deliver services and help residents recover from mental illness and/or addiction.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

For information about Narcan kits call:
Mental Health Recovery Services (MHRS) of Warren & Clinton Counties
212 Cook Rd. Lebanon, OH 45036
513-695-1695 

Narcan kits are provided at:
Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Center (For clients of Solutions only)
953 S. South St. Wilmington, OH 45177

Additionally, in Clinton County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

COLUMBIANA COUNTY

2-1-1

Help Network of Northeast Ohio
330-747-2696
http://www.helpnetworkneo.org
Counties Served: Columbiana, Mahoning, Trumbull

Columbiana County Mental Health and Recovery Board

27 Vista Dr, P.O. Box 500, Lisbon, OH 44432
330-424-0195
www.Ccmhrsb.org
Resources for Columbiana County residents including a Substance Abuse and Addiction Resource Guide

Family Recovery Center - Oxford House Community Center

320 Benton Rd. Salem, OH 44460
330-337-7501
www.familyrecovery.org
Community resource. Holds 14 support group meetings here each week, such as AA and NA. Call for more details.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Columbiana County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

The Way Station 

125 West 5th St, East Liverpool, OH 43920
330-932-0353
769 Springfield Rd, Columbiana, OH 44408
330-482-5072
www.thewaystationinc.org
Offers monthly food distribution, Jobs for Life program, faith based organization, emergency kits for fire or domestic abuse victims. Will refer to counseling for substance use disorder and other issues.

COSHOCTON COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board Serving Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry Counties

1205 Newark Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701
754-454-8557
mhrs.org
The County Board website lists service providers, resources, news, and more for the six counties it serves.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Coshocton City Health Department
400 Browns Ln. Coshocton, OH 43812
740-622-1736 ext. 112

CRAWFORD COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Bucyrus Police Department - Operation Hope Program

500 S. Sandusky Ave. Bucyrus, OH 44820
419-562-1006
Offers help for anyone who comes into the station with a substance use disorder. Police will find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. Individuals face no penalty for utilizing services (outstanding warrants must be addressed). Also, the Bucyrus Police Department has implemented Quick Response Teams (QRT).

Contact Inc., Crawford County

P.O. Box 631, Bucyrus, OH 44820
419-562-9010
CONTACT is a 24 hour crisis, information, and referral line. The hotline serves as the entrance into the emergency services system, especially during evenings, holidays, and weekends.

Crawford-Marion Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS)

Marion: 142 S. Prospect St, Marion, OH 43302
Crawford: 113 E. Rensselaer St, Bucyrus, OH 44820
740-387-8531 (for Marion county)
419-562-7288 (for Crawford county)
www.mcadamh.com
Hope and help for people with mental illness and those recovering from alcohol or other substance use disorders.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Crawford-Marion ADAMH Board
142 S. Prospect St. Marion, OH 43302
740-387-8531

Recovery To Work Program (Part of ADAMH Board)

142 S. Prospect St, Marion, OH 43302
419-617-2456
www.ood.ohio.gov
Helps individuals in recovery from mental illness and/or substance use disorder to find and gain employment. Referrals will be made for treatment as needed for mental health and substance use disorder. Serves residents of Crawford and Marion county only. If you live outside of these two counties please contact OOD (Opportunities for Ohioans with disabilities).

CUYAHOGA COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

ADAMHS (Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services) Board of Cuyahoga County

2012 W. 25th St., 6th floor, Cleveland, OH 44113
216-241-3400
www.adamhscc.org
This is a huge website with a LOT of valuable information and links.

Bedford Police Department - Safe Passage Program

165 Center Road Bedford, OH 44146
440-232-7600
paariusa.org
“Safe Passage” is Ohio’s version of Paari (Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative). Offers help for anyone who comes into the station and has a substance use disorder. Police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. Individuals face no penalty for utilizing services (outstanding warrants must be addressed).

Berea Police Department - Safe Passage Program

17 Berea Commons, Berea OH 44017
 440-274-5009
Safe Passage offers help for anyone who comes into the station with a substance use disorder. Police will find placement for the individual in a treatment facility (in Cuyahoga County) usually within 24 to 72 hours. Individuals face no penalty for utilizing services (outstanding warrants must be addressed). Also, the Berea Police Department has implemented Quick Response Teams (QRT). If an individual from Berea is treated for an overdose, the next day they are visited by a police officer, a paramedic and a drug counselor to offer assistance with finding a rehab facility for treatment.

Bob Garrity, Esq. LISW-S, LICDC-CS

23811 Chagrin Blvd. Beachwood, OH 44122
440-463-0482
Email: [email protected]
robertgarritylaw.com
Offers drug and alcohol assessments at his office or other locations to meet clients needs. Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Licensed Social Worker, and Criminal Defense Attorney who understands the importance of coordinating treatment as it applies to legal consequences.

Circle Health Services - The People's Clinic

12201 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 44106
216-721-4010
http://www.circlehealthservices.org/services/hiv-services/
This harm reduction program offers medical, dental, behavioral services, HIV Services (including testing and a needle exchange program), and a trauma recovery center. See website for hours and locations for needle exchange.

Frontline

216-623-6888
www.frontlineservice.org
This is a private non-profit community behavioral health organization in Cuyahoga County that provides a 24-Hour Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Crisis, Information and Referral Hotline.

GRASP - Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing

Brooklyn, OH 44144
216-661-1915
Email: [email protected]
http://grasphelp.org/northeast-oh-chapter/
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Pre-registration is required for new attendees! Please contact chapter facilitator to register. Meets 2nd Friday of ea. month at 7pm. Contact facilitator for exact location (Gina Stesny). Nationwide group, 5 chapters in Ohio. Private Facebook group with over 7000 members.

Highland Heights Police - Safe Passages Initiative

5827 Highland Rd. Cleveland, OH 44143
440-442-1221 or 440-442-1234
Email: [email protected]
http://www.lyndhurst-oh.com/printnews_2017/printnews104.html
"Safe Passages Initiative," a program that encourages opioid addicted persons to seek help and can expedite their placement into treatment: Mon-Fri, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Homeless Shelters In Cleveland:

1736 Superior Ave, 2nd floor of Cosgrove Bldg., Cleveland, OH 44114
Call Coordinated Intake (Downtown): 216-674-6700
Call this main number, and they will funnel clients to the appropriate shelter.

Know the Risks (Know the RX)

http://www.cleveland.com/knowtherx/
A collaborative public awareness campaign to educate residents about the danger of opioid prescriptions.

Let's Face It

letsfaceheroin.com
A public service of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office offering firsthand accounts on the effects of heroin, resources and education on overdose and withdrawals, and statistics to aid in the prevention and intervention of heroin and opiate addiction. Learn the warning signs of use and addiction.

Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry 

4515 Superior Ave. Cleveland, OH 44130
216-623-0959
4100 Franklin Blvd. Cleveland, OH 44113
216-623-0959
www.lutheranmetro.org
Provides support, employment training, culinary training, transportation, bus passes, furniture, hygiene products, clothing and gift cards. Offers referrals for services, such as alcohol and drug programs that they do not provide.

Lyndhurst Police - Safe Passages Initiative

5301 Mayfield Rd. Lyndhurst, OH 44124
440-442-1234
Email: [email protected]
http://www.lyndhurst-oh.com/printnews_2017/printnews104.html
"Safe Passages Initiative," a program that encourages opioid addicted persons to seek help and can expedite their placement into treatment: Mon-Fri, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Mayfield Heights Police - Safe Passages Initiative

6154 Mayfield Rd. Mayfield Heights, OH 44124
440-442-2323 or 440-442-1234
Email: [email protected]
http://www.lyndhurst-oh.com/printnews_2017/printnews104.html
"Safe Passages Initiative," a program that encourages opioid addicted persons to seek help and can expedite their placement into treatment: Mon-Fri, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Prescription Drug Box available 24/7.

Mayfield Village Police - Safe Passages Initiative

620 Som Center Rd. Mayfield, OH 44143
440-461-1234
Email: [email protected]
http://www.lyndhurst-oh.com/printnews_2017/printnews104.html
"Safe Passages Initiative," a program that encourages opioid addicted persons to seek help and can expedite their placement into treatment: Mon-Fri, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Newburgh Heights Police Department - Safe Passage Program

3801 Harvard Ave. Newburgh Heights, OH 44105
During Normal Office Hours: 216-641-2117
After hours, call Dispatch: 216-641-5545
paariusa.org
Safe Passages Program offers help for anyone who comes into the station and has an opioid or other substance use disorder. Police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. (Those who have warrants or pending criminal cases are not eligible).

NorthStar Neighborhhood Reentry Resource Center

1834 East 55th St. Cleveland, OH 44103
216-881-5440
http://www.northstarreentry.org
Helping individuals with a criminal history get connected to community resources and other services throughout Cuyahoga County. North Star NRRC is operated by Oriana House, Inc., and funded by the Cuyahoga County Department of Justice Affairs' Office of Reentry. 

Olmsted Township Police Department - Safe Passage Program

26900 Cook Rd. Olmsted Township, OH 44138
440-235-3335
paariusa.org
“Safe Passage” is Ohio’s version of Paari (Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative). Offers help for anyone who comes into the station and has a substance abuse problem. Police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. Individuals face no penalty for utilizing services (outstanding warrants must be addressed).

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

MetroHealth Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone): 216-778-5657

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE TO A PERSON ADDICTED TO HEROIN AND/OR FRIENDS AND FAMILY ON A WALK-IN BASIS AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:
Cuyahoga County Board of Health
5550 Venture Drive, Parma, OH 44130
216-201-2000
(Fridays 9:00 to noon)

Circle Health Services
12201 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106
216-721-4010
(Tuesdays 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm and Fridays 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.)

Thomas F. McCafferty Health Center
4242 Lorain Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113
216-420-8383
(Mondays and Wednesdays 8:00 am to 4:30 pm with the exception of the 3rd Wednesday of every month, the hours are 8:00 am to 10:00 am.)

Cleveland EMS Headquarters
1701 Lakeside Ave. Cleveland, OH 44114
216-664-2555
(Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)

Richmond Heights Police - Safe Passages Initiative

27201 Highland Rd. Richmond Heights, OH 44143
216-486-1234
Email: [email protected]
http://www.lyndhurst-oh.com/printnews_2017/printnews104.html
"Safe Passages Initiative," a program that encourages opioid addicted persons to seek help and can expedite their placement into treatment: Mon-Fri, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Seasons of Hope Drop-In Center for Women (Part of Catholic Charities)

1339 E. 112th St. Cleveland, OH 44106
216-421-0536
Offers a hot cup of coffee, hot meal and shower. Also offers linkage to assessments, residential treatment and outpatient treatment among other resources. No ID is required and women are welcomed without judgement or questions. Hours are 7:00 p.m to 7:00 a.m 7 days a week.

Star Group, LLC.

Hull Institute, 23215 Commerce Park, Suite 205 Beachwood, OH 44122
440-668-3701
Email: [email protected]
robinmstar.com
Serves parents or family members of children (adolescents & adults) with Substance Use Disorder. Robin Star is Board certified as a Gestalt Coach and Certified in the CRAFT method by The Partnership for Drug Free Kids and The Center for Motivation and Change. Robin has a private practice and offers skyping and phone work as well as "Parents of Children with Substance Use Disorder" (a free support group which meets monthly in a home setting), and "Take Back Your Life" - a four week class which teaches how to take back your life while still caring for your addicted children (call for pricing).

Strongsville Police Department - Safe Passage Program

18688 Royalton Rd. Strongsville, OH 44136
440-580-3224 or 440-580-3230
paariusa.org
“Safe Passage” is Ohio’s version of Paari (Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative). Offers help for anyone who comes into the station during normal business hours and has a substance abuse problem. Police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. Individuals face no penalty for utilizing services (outstanding warrants must be addressed).

DARKE COUNTY

2-1-1 

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Darke County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

The Tri-County Board of Recovery & Mental Health Services

1100 Wayne St. Suite 4000, Troy, OH 45373
937-335-7727
tcbmds.org
Dedicated to planning, funding, monitoring and evaluating substance abuse and mental health services for Miami, Darke and Shelby counties.

DEFIANCE COUNTY

2-1-1

Family Service of Northwest Ohio/Comprehensive Crisis Care
419-599-1660
http://www.firstcallnwo.org/
Counties Served: Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Williams

The Four County ADAMHS Board - Four County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

T-761 State Route 66, Archbold, OH 43502
Crisis Hotline: 800-468-4357
419-267-3355
fourcountyadamhs.com
The ADAMHS Board does not directly provide services but contracts with a network of public and private health care agencies to treat persons in need. Services include prevention, treatment and recovery needs of individuals and families affected by alcohol, drugs and mental illness. It serves Williams, Fulton, Defiance and Henry counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Defiance County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

DELAWARE COUNTY

2-1-1

Helpline of Delaware and Morrow Counties
800-684-2324 - Delaware, Morrow
855-678-8333 - Logan
855-663-8333 - Shelby
855-833-3696 - Union
Counties Served: Delaware, Logan, Morrow, Union, Shelby

Delaware County Opiate Task Force

740-368-1740
delawarecountyopiatetaskforce.org
The Opiate Task Force was assembled for the purpose of fighting opiate abuse in Delaware County, by sharing resources and information, community involvement, and action.

Delaware-Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board

40 N. Sandusky St, Suite 301, Delaware, OH 43015
740-368-1740
dmmhrsb.org
A community partnership for mental health and recovery services.

Helpline of Delaware and Morrow Counties, Inc.

11 N. Franklin St. Delaware, OH 43015
740-369-3316 or 800-684-2324 or 2-1-1
When calling this number the caller is transferred to 211 for Delaware-Morrow Counties

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Delaware General Health District
P.O. Box 570, 1 W. Winter St. Delaware, OH 43015
740-203-2040

ERIE COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

GRASP - Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing

Bellevue, OH 44881
419-307-3320
Email: [email protected]
http://grasphelp.org/bellevue-chapter/
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Pre-registration is required for new attendees! Please contact chapter facilitator to register. 1st Monday of ea. month at 7:00 pm. Contact facilitator for exact location (Lavin Schwan). Nationwide group, 5 chapters in Ohio. Private Facebook group with over 7000 members. Alt Contact Person: Dawn Bova, [email protected], (419) 217-1737

Mental Health and Recovery Board of Erie and Ottawa Counties

416 Columbus Avenue, Sandusky, OH 44870
419-627-1908
www.mhrbeo.org
An educational site with a lot of information about addiction and also treatment providers.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Erie County Health Department
420 Superior St., Sandusky, OH 44870
419-626-5623 - ext. 174

Sandusky Artisans Recovery Community Center (S.A.R.C.C.)

138 East Market Street, Sandusky, OH 44870
419-621-9377
www.artisansrecoveryctr.com
Provides a wide range of recovery support including peer and self-help services, 12-step meetings and S.O.L.A.C.E meetings among other services. Services are free of charge and open to all ages and genders.

FAIRFIELD COUNTY

2-1-1

Fairfield County 2-1-1
740-687-0500
http://www.fairfieldcounty211.org/
Counties Served: Fairfield

Fairfield County ADAMH (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health) Board

108 W. Main St. Suite A, Lancaster, OH 43130
740-654-0829
fairfieldadamh.org
Offers events, meetings, service providers, resources, a blog, support groups and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Fairfield County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

FAYETTE COUNTY

2-1-1

Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health Center
888-775-1260
http://www.referweb.net/spvm/
Counties Served: Fayette, Highland, Jackson, Pickaway, Pike, Ross

Paint Valley ADAMH (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health) Services Board

394 Chestnut St. Chillicothe, OH 45601
740-773-2283
TOLL-FREE: 800-906-6757
CRISIS HOTLINE FOR FAYETTE COUNTY: 740-335-7155
pvadamh.org
The Paint Valley ADAMH Board serves the residents of Fayette, Highland, Pickaway, Pike and Ross counties in Southern Ohio.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Fayette County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

FRANKLIN COUNTY

2-1-1

Hands on Central Ohio
614-221-2255
http://www.handsoncentralohio.org/
Counties Served: Franklin

ADAMH (Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health) Board of Franklin County

447 East Broad St. Columbus, OH 43215
614-224-1057
adamhfranklin.org
Website lists 35 treatment providers as well as support groups for Alcohol/Drugs, Mental Health, Surviving Violence, Children, Surviving the death of a loved one, and cultural services. Plans, funds and evaluates the behavioral health care services in the community.

Camp Lionheart (Operates under Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio)

Administration Office: 1385 King Ave. Columbus, OH 43212
The camp is located in Hocking Hills, OH.
614-506-7959
camplionheart.org
Camp Lionheart is a free, week-long, overnight grief camp (in Hocking Hills, OH) for children and teens ages 7-17 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. Camp is a place of hope and healing where kids and teens come together to grow, connect, find support and have fun!

Franklin County Sheriff's Office - H.O.P.E. Task Force

Columbus, OH 43215
614-525-HOPE or 614-525-3318
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hopetaskforce
https://sheriff.franklincountyohio.gov/programs/hope-task-force.cfm
The HOPE Task Force combats the heroin epidemic with a multi-pronged approach: enforcement, education, and prevention. In addition, HOPE Task Force collaborates with treatment providers to refer those with substance use disorders to long term treatment. Detectives are armed with the knowledge and partnership of treatment providers in the Franklin County community to help those who struggle with addiction instead of locking them up.

Huckleberry House Youth Outreach

893 E. 11th Ave. Columbus, OH 43211
614-826-3630 or Administration: 614-294-8097
huckhouse.org
Youth Outreach is available through schools, community centers, shopping centers, playgrounds, and other places. Education of resources available for community youth. YOP Shop is a drop-in center with computers and internet availble for job search. A location to recieve mail and phone calls. Counselors to help with Community services, employment, housing, education and life skills.

Huckleberry House Transitional Housing

614-294-5553 or Administration: 614-294-8097
huckhouse.org
Safe transitional housing for 18-22 y.o., youth and their children. Learn Independent living skills, budgeting, cooking and parenting. Counseling for education and employment goals. Support for mental and emotional challenges. A safe place to stay for 12-18 months, with help finding permanent housing.

Mental Health America of Franklin County

2323 West Fifth Ave. Suite 160, Columbus, OH 43204
614-221-1441
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mhafcinc
mhafc.org
Lists treatment resources (residential and outpatient treatment) for adults and adolescents for both AOD (Alcohol and other drugs) as well as mental health.

Netcare Access 24/7 Crisis Line

199 South Central Ave. Columbus, OH 43223
Crisis Line: 614-276-2273
netcareaccess.org
Phone line for drug crisis and mental health answered 24/7 by licensed social workers and counselors. (For ages 18 years and older). There is also a Crisis Chat available on their website.

The Ohio State University Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC)  

1800 Cannon Drive, Suite 1230 Lincoln Tower, Columbus, OH 43210
614-292-2094
go.osu.edu/recovery
The collegiate recovery community (CRC) is a program designed to support students in or seeking recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction. The CRC and its programs allow students to have an authentic college experience while maintaining their recovery. The CRS serves as the main touch point for students in recovery who are either currently attending or plan on attending The Ohio State University by acting as a connector for the students and assisting them in utilizing resources on and off campus.

The Peer Center East

750 East Broad St. Columbus, OH 43205
614-453-4830
The Warm Line: 614-358-8255
thepeercenter.org
A drop in wellness and recovery center for individuals living with mental illness, addiction and trauma. Offers over 50 support groups each week, referral programs and fun activities/community outings among other services.

The Peer Center West

860 West Broad St.Columbus, OH 43222
614-453-4840
The Warm Line: 614-358-8255
thepeercenter.org
A drop in wellness and recovery center for individuals living with mental illness, addiction and trauma. Offers over 50 support groups each week, referral programs and fun activities/community outings among other services.

Prevention Action Alliance

6171 Huntley Rd, Suite G, Columbus, OH 43229
614-540-9985
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PreventionActionAlliance/
preventionactionalliance.org
A certified prevention agency that has been leading the way in promoting healthy lives through the prevention of substance misuse. Some of their programs include: "Parents who host, lose the most", "Know!", "Buzzkill", "SMART Bet", and "Be the 95%", "Ohio Youth-led Prevention Network", "Statewide Prevention Coalition Association", "Ohio College Initiative to Enhance Student Wellness", and  "G.A.P. Network".

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Franklin County Public Health
614-255-0990
http://www.southeastinc.com/pdf/Naloxone_FAQ.pdf
16 West Long St. Columbus, OH 43215 (Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)
524B West Broad St. Columbus OH 43215 (Friday 8:30 - 12:00 p.m.)

Mount Carmel Project DAWN (Mobile Medical Coach)
614-546-4200

http://www.mountcarmelhealth.com/projectdawn

Safepoint (Operated by Equitas Health)

1033 N. High St. Columbus, OH 43201
614-460-1406
safepointohio.org
Comprehensive Harm Reduction Program offering overdose prevention education, syringe access, general primary care services and wellness check-ups, linkage to drug intervention treatment & counseling, HIV, STI, and Hepatitis C Testing. No appointment is needed. No ID is required.

FULTON COUNTY

2-1-1

Family Service of Northwest Ohio/Comprehensive Crisis Care
419-599-1660
http://www.firstcallnwo.org/
Counties Served: Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Williams

The Four County ADAMHS Board - Four County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

T-761 State Route 66, Archbold, OH 43502
Crisis Hotline: 800-468-4357
419-267-3355
fourcountyadamhs.com
The ADAMHS Board does not directly provide services but contracts with a network of public and private health care agencies to treat persons in need. Services include prevention, treatment and recovery needs of individuals and families affected by alcohol, drugs and mental illness. It serves Williams, Fulton, Defiance and Henry counties.

Fulton County Health Department

606 S Shoop Ave. Wauseon, OH 43567
419-337-0915
http://fultoncountyhealthdept.com/more/hc3
In Fulton County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Fulton County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

Swanton Area Community Coalition

97 North Main St. Swanton, OH 43558
419-826-1222
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Swanton-Area-Community-Coalition-111514938934219/
swantoncoalition.org
SACC brings all sectors of the community together to work towards reduction and prevention of substance abuse in Swanton.

GALLIA COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Gallia-Jackson-Meigs Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

53 Shawnee Ln. Gallipolis, OH 45631
740-446-3022
gjmboard.org
Gallia-Jackson-Meigs Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services provides a coordinated, comprehensive consumer-driven system of mental health and recovery services to the residents of Gallia, Jackson and Meigs Counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Gallia County Health Department
499 Jackson Pike Gallipolis, OH 45631
740-441-2950
Naloxone Clinic open Monday - Friday

GEAUGA COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

The Geauga County Board of Mental Health and Recovery Services

13244 Ravenna Road, Chardon, OH 44024
440-285-2282
Copeline: 1-888-285-5665 or 440-285-5665
www.geauga.org
Lists providers, support groups, and other services for Geauga County.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Ashtabula County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

GREENE COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
937-225-3000
http://www.referweb.net/day/
Counties Served: Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Madison, Montgomery, Preble, Warren

Mental Health & Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties

1055 E. High St. Springfield, OH 45505
937-322-0648 or Toll-free: 800-435-7968
www.mhrb.org
Provides access to mental health, alcohol and other substance use disorder treatment as well as prevention and support services.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
TCN Behavioral Health Services, Inc.
452 W. Market St. Xenia, OH 45385
937-376-8700  (Ask for AOD Director)
Offers Project Dawn group trainings to organizations or community events (churches, jails, schools, etc), as well as training for their medication-assisted treatment clients.

Also, in Greene County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

GUERNSEY COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board Serving Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry Counties

1205 Newark Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701
754-454-8557
mhrs.org
The County Board website lists service providers, resources, news, and more for the six counties it serves.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Cambridge Guernsey County Health Department
326 Highland Ave. Cambridge, OH 43725
740-439-3577 ext. 7235
Email: [email protected]
guernseycountyhealthdepartment.org

HAMILTON COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of Greater Cincinnati
513-762-7100
http://www.referweb.net/uwgc/
Counties Served: Brown, Clermont, Hamilton

Caracole Prevention Program

4138 Hamilton Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45223
513-679-4453
caracole.org/testing
This harm reduction program offers rapid HIV, HCV, syphilis testing, safe sex and injection education, mobile testing (see website for details) and evidence based programming.

Cincinnati Children's Drug and Poison Information Center

513-636-5111
cincinnatichildrens.org/service/d/dpic
24 hour emergency and information telephone service for anyone with concerns about poison or drugs.

The Exchange Project

A harm reduction program offering one-for-one exchange of syringes, safe injection supplies, education, overdose prevention education, free and rapid HIV and Hepatitis C testing (please call ahead for testing schedule). Services are anonymous, No ID needed. Check the Facebook page for regular updates.
513-316-7725
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hc.xchange
hamiltoncountyhealth.org

Please note: This is a mobile unit. Addresses listed are for GPS use only. When you arrive to the address posted, look for a white Dodge Promaster van nearby.
Monday 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Cooper Street (across the street from the SPCA, 3949 Colerain Ave) Cincinnati, OH 45223

Wednesday 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
65 E. Hollister St. Cincinnati, OH 45219

Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 12:55 p.m.
The corner of Lindsay Alley & May Street in Walnut Hills, Cincinnati OH 45206
(The nearest address for GPS purposes is 698 Lindsay Alley)

Thursday 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
400 Crawford St. Middletown, OH. 45044 (In a parking lot NEXT to 400 Crawford St)

Glad House

1994 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45208
513-641-5530
www.gladhouse.org
Works with high-risk youth who have been impacted emotionally and behaviorally by a family member with addiction. They combine mental health services, substance abuse and violence prevention programs, academic assistance, cultural enrichment and on-going long-term support and guidance for high-risk children and their families.

Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board

2350 Auburn Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-946-8600
www.hcmhrsb.org
The county board develops and manages a continuum of mental health, addiction, and prevention services.

Narcan Distribution Collaborative

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Please see Facebook page for hours and locations.
513-946-7676
https://www.facebook.com/hc.narcan/

PreventionFIRST! (Coalition for Drug Free Cincinnati)

2330 Victory Parkway, Suite 703, Cincinnati, OH 45206
513-751-8000
www.prevention-first.org
Offers prevention education sessions, school resources, "Parents guide: talking with kids about drugs", and much more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:

Norwood Health Department
2059 Sherman Avenue, Norwood, OH 45212
513-458-4600
Health Department hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

Naloxone kits and education about its use are also available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

Recovery Center of Hamilton County

2340 Auburn Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-241-1411
recoverycenterhc.org
Consumer Operated Service that serves individuals with mental health and substance abuse issues. Two primary services the RCHC offers are individual peer support and group educational services.

Recovery Health Access Center (RHAC)

513-281-7422
http://www.addictionservicescouncil.org/support/38-the-recovery-health-access-center-rhac
Centralized 24 hour service center providing a full array of substance abuse services including information and referrals supporting individuals and families throughout the treatment process. Services are available for families, adults and adolescents.

HANCOCK COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

FOCUS: Recovery & Wellness Community

509 W. Trenton Ave. Findlay, OH 45840
419-423-5071
[email protected].org
focusrwc.org
Peer-led recovery center offers support and resources to people impacted by mental health and addiction issues. Welcoming, secure space for people to learn skills, meet new people and receive information.

Hancock County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

438 Carnahan Ave. Findlay, OH 45840
419-424-1985
Toll-free Crisis Hotline: 888-936-7116
yourpathtohealth.org
Great website with a phenomenal Treatment & Recovery Resource Packet, video about opiates, lots of resources, Board Housing Portal, and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Hancock Public Health
7748 County Road 140, Findlay, OH 45840
419-424-7105
http://www.co.hancock.oh.us/government-services/board-of-health/community-health/project-dawn

HARDIN COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Allen, Auglaize and Hardin Counties

529 S. Elizabeth St. Lima, OH 45804
419-222-5120
wecarepeople.org
Offers online screenings, support groups, provider listings, information, blogs and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

Kenton-Hardin Health Department 

175 W. Franklin, Kenton, OH 43326
419-673-6230 ext 1804
kentonhardinhealth.com

Also, in Hardin County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

HARRISON COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Cadiz Food Pantry

142 E. Warren St. Cadiz, OH 43907
740-942-4300
Open 10am-12pm, Tuesday and Friday. Must call one day in advance, bring photo ID and proof of residence.

MHRB (Mental Health Recovery Board) Serving Belmont, Harrison and Monroe Counties

99 N. Sugar St. St. Clairesville, OH 43947
740-695-9998
Crisis Hotline: 800-354-4357
bhmboard.org
The mission of the Mental Health and Recovery Board is to manage public resources to ensure the availability of comprehensive, quality, cost-effective mental health and substance abuse treatment and prevention services to the citizens of Belmont, Harrison and Monroe Counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Harrison County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

HENRY COUNTY

2-1-1

Family Service of Northwest Ohio/Comprehensive Crisis Care
419-599-1660
http://www.firstcallnwo.org/
Counties Served: Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Williams

The Four County ADAMHS Board - Four County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

T-761 State Route 66, Archbold, OH 43502
Crisis Hotline: 800-468-4357
419-267-3355
fourcountyadamhs.com
The ADAMHS Board does not directly provide services but contracts with a network of public and private health care agencies to treat persons in need. Services include prevention, treatment and recovery needs of individuals and families affected by alcohol, drugs and mental illness. It serves Williams, Fulton, Defiance and Henry counties.

PathStone

2453 County Road V, Liberty Center, OH 43532
419-875-6654
pathstone.org
Offers a Prevention Program for Substance Use Disorder - "Rescue Our Youth" is about keeping kids away from drugs, alcohol and tobacco use, and keeping kids in school. They work directily with families.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Henry County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

HIGHLAND COUNTY

2-1-1

Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health Center
888-775-1260
http://www.referweb.net/spvm/
Counties Served: Fayette, Highland, Jackson, Pickaway, Pike, Ross

Paint Valley ADAMH (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health) Services Board

394 Chestnut St. Chillicothe, OH 45601
740-773-2283
TOLL-FREE: 800-906-6757
CRISIS HOTLINE FOR HIGHLAND COUNTY: 937-393-9904
pvadamh.org
The Paint Valley ADAMH Board serves the residents of Fayette, Highland, Pickaway, Pike and Ross counties in Southern Ohio.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Highland County Health Department
1487 North High St, Suite 400, Hillsboro, OH 45133
937-393-1941
http://www.highlandcountyhealth.org
Offers Naloxone training & distribution. Highland County also has a Quick Response Team.

Naloxone kits and education about its use are also available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

HOCKING COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Athens-Hocking-Vinton Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board

7990 Dairy Ln. Athens, OH 45701
740-593-3177
317board.org
Mental Health and Addiction Services strengthening the continuum of care in Athens, Hocking and Vinton counties. Their website offers crisis lines, provider listings, news, local events, support groups and more.

Camp Lionheart (Operates under Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio)

Administration Office: 1385 King Ave. Columbus, OH 43212
The camp is located in Hocking Hills, OH.
614-506-7959
camplionheart.org
Camp Lionheart is a free, week-long, overnight grief camp (in Hocking Hills, OH) for children and teens ages 7-17 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. Camp is a place of hope and healing where kids and teens come together to grow, connect, find support and have fun!

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Hocking County Health Department
350 State Route 664N, Logan, OH 43138
740-385-3030  

HOLMES COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Mental Health & Recovery Board of Wayne and Holmes County

1985 Eagle Pass, Wooster, OH 44691
Holmes: 330-674-5772
Wayne: 330-264-2527
whmhrb.org
The purpose of the Board is to plan, coordinate, fund and evaluate efficient, outcome-driven mental health and recovery services of the highest quality that are accessible to all of the diverse residents of Wayne and Holmes County.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Holmes County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

HURON COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

F I Community Housing - Norwalk (aka: Huron County Peer Recovery Community Center)

130 Shady Lane, Norwalk, OH 44857
888-422-2759
http://www.ficommunityhousing.org/blog
Support Center for individuals struggling with addiction as well as their families. Obtain resources, attend 12 step meetings, meet with peer support, and transportation among other services. Place of Hope, Love, Education and Encouragement.

GRASP - Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing

Bellvue, OH 44811
419-307-3320
Email: [email protected]
http://grasphelp.org/bellevue-chapter/
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Pre-registration is required for new attendees! Please contact chapter facilitator to register. 1st Monday of ea. month at 7:00 pm. Contact facilitator for exact location (Lavin Schwan). Nationwide group, 5 chapters in Ohio. Private Facebook group with over 7000 members. Alt Contact Person: Dawn Bova, [email protected], (419) 217-1737

Huron County Board of Mental Health and Addiction Services (MHAS)

130 Shady Lane Dr. Building D, Norwalk, OH 44857
419-668-8649
huroncountymhas.org
Education and Advocates for community members while providing resources for prevention, treatment and recovery suppports.

Huron County Health Department

180 Milan Ave. Norwalk, OH 44857
419-668-1652 ext. 222
huroncohealth.com/project-dawn
Offers a Vivitrol program, please call for more details.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Huron County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

Salvation Army

55 Whittlesey Ave. Norwalk, OH 44857
419-668-4090
neo.salvationarmy.org/northeastohio/norwalk
Provides food, utility bill assistance, emergency disaster assistance, and other supportive services.

Willard Police Department - PAARI (Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative)

631 S. Myrtle Ave. Willard, OH 44890
419-933-2561
http://www.willardohio.us/police.html
Paari (Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative) offers help for anyone who comes into the station during normal business hours and needs help with substance use disorder. Police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. Individuals face no penalty for utilizing services. Outstanding warrants must be addressed and Parole/Probation Officers are contacted. Willard Police Department also has a "Drug Take Back Program" box located in lobby as well as a quick response team to respond with Narcan when needed.

JACKSON COUNTY

2-1-1

Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health Center
888-775-1260
http://www.referweb.net/spvm/
Counties Served: Fayette, Highland, Jackson, Pickaway, Pike, Ross

Gallia-Jackson-Meigs Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

53 Shawnee Ln. Gallipolis, OH 45631
740-446-3022
gjmboard.org
Gallia-Jackson-Meigs Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services provides a coordinated, comprehensive consumer-driven system of mental health and recovery services to the residents of Gallia, Jackson and Meigs Counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Jackson County Health Department
200 E. Main St. Jackson, OH 45640
740-286-5094 ext. 226

JEFFERSON COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Jefferson County Prevention & Recovery Board

524 Madison Ave. Steubenville, OH 43952
740-282-1300
jcprb.org
The purpose of the Prevention and Recovery Board is to plan, coordinate, fund and evaluate efficient, outcome-driven mental health and recovery services of the highest quality that are accessible to all of the diverse residents of Jefferson County.

Ohio Valley Harm Reduction Coalition

There are 3 locations:
Family Recovery Center (Jefferson Clinic) - 1010 North 6th St. Steubenville, OH 43952
740-283-4946
EVERY 1st & 3rd Friday, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm;
Hancock County Health Department (Hancock Clinic) - 100 N. Court New Cumberland, WV 26047
304-564-3343 
EVERY Thursday, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm;
Northwood Health Systems (Brooke Clinic) - 353 American Way, Weirton, WV 26062
304-737-3665 
EVERY Friday, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.
http://ovhrc.org
This Harm Reduction Program offers Syringe Access Program, Contraceptives, Referrals, resources to help secure Health Insurance and more. All services provided are confidential.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Jefferson County Health Department
500 Market St. 7th Floor, Steubenville, OH 43952
740-283-8530

KNOX COUNTY

2-1-1

Pathways of Central Ohio (2-1-1)
(Licking) 740-345-4357
(Knox) 800-544-1601
http://www.referweb.net/chic/
Counties Served: Licking, Knox, Muskingum, Perry, Morgan, Washington

Mental Health & Recovery for Licking and Knox Counties

1435-B West Main St. Newark, OH 43055
740-522-1234
mhrlk.org
Serving the residents of Licking & Knox counties, with resources for mental health and substance use disorder recovery.

Pathways of Central Ohio Serving Licking and Knox Counties

740-345-6166
Hotline 2-1-1
pathwaysofcentralohio.org
Drug and alcohol prevention & community hotline and a gateway to services in the following counties: Licking, Knox, Richland, Muskingum, Perry and Morgan.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Knox County Health Department
11660 Upper Gilchrist Rd. Mt. Vernon, OH 43050
740-392-2200
knoxhealth.com

LAKE COUNTY

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Lake County 211, Lifeline Inc.
440-639-4420
http://www.lclifeline.org/
Counties Served: Lake

Lake County ADAMHS Board

1 Victoria Square, Painesville, OH 44077
440-350-3117
440-918-3117
www.helpthatworks.us
The Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board is responsible for evaluating, planning, funding, and monitoring services to help Lake County residents who are dealing with a mental illness and/or addiction.

Lake County ADAMHS Board's Compass Line

440-918-2000 or 440-350-2000
(Hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
The ADAMHS Board’s Compass Line is designed to shorten the journey between seeking help and getting help. Calling the Compass Line will connect you with a trained triage specialist -- someone who can help you sort  through your feelings, evaluate your options, and get you connected quickly and firmly with the right local resources. It’s free. It’s confidential. It’s a great place to start.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Lake County General Health District
5966 Heisley Rd, Mentor, OH 44060
440-350-2844 or 440-350-2875
Lake County General Health District clinic held on second Wednesday of each month at 5:00pm.

LAWRENCE COUNTY

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United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Adams, Lawrence, Scioto Counties - Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board

919 7th St. Portsmouth, OH 45662
740-354-5648 or Toll-free: 888-354-5648
CRISIS CENTER & HOTLINE: 740-354-1010  or  TOLL-FREE CRISIS CENTER & HOTLINE: 855-381-1010
Facebook: facebook.com/Adamhs-Board-of-Adams-Lawrence-Scioto-Co

adamhsals.org
Promotes positive behavioral health by bringing together local partners to ensure quality mental health and addiction prevention, treatment and recovery supports for all residents.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
City of Ironton Health Department
2120 South 8th St. Ironton, OH 45638
740-532-2172
irontoncityhealthdept.com

LICKING COUNTY

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Pathways of Central Ohio
(Licking) 740-345-4357
(Knox) 800-544-1601
http://www.referweb.net/chic/
Counties Served: Licking, Knox, Muskingum, Perry, Morgan, Washington

Mental Health & Recovery for Licking and Knox Counties

1435-B West Main St. Newark, OH 43055
740-522-1234
mhrlk.org
Serving the residents of Licking & Knox counties, with resources for mental health and substance use disorder recovery.

Newark Police Department - NARI (Newark Addiction Recovery Initiative)

39 S. 4th St. Newark, OH 43055
740-670-7200
740-670-7213 (Officer Trent Stanford)
newarkpd.com
Recovery is possible! Call to speak with someone confidentially concerning yourself or a loved one in regards to information about NARI. Please leave a message and you will receive a return call. The Newark Ohio Division of Police along with NARI advocates Colleen Richards and Trisha Perry are eager to assist you in your recovery.

Pathways of Central Ohio Serving Licking and Knox Counties

740-345-6166
Hotline 2-1-1
pathwaysofcentralohio.org
Drug and alcohol prevention & community hotline and a gateway to services in the following counties: Licking, Knox, Richland, Muskingum, Perry and Morgan.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Licking County Health Department
675 Price Rd. Newark, OH 43055
740-349-6685
lickingcohealth.org

LOGAN COUNTY

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Helpline of Delaware and Morrow Counties
800-684-2324 - Delaware, Morrow
855-678-8333 - Logan
855-663-8333 - Shelby
855-833-3696 - Union
Counties Served: Delaware, Logan, Morrow, Union, Shelby

Mental Health, Drug & Alcohol Services Board of Logan & Champaign Counties

1521 N. Detroit St. West Liberty, OH 43357
937-465-1045
24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 800-224-0422
mhdas.org
The MHDAS Board's focus is to provide the right care for the people of our counties. We do this by planning, developing, monitoring, and evaluating the publicly funded behavioral health services for the citizens in Logan and Champaign Counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Logan County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

LORAIN COUNTY

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United Way of Greater Lorain County First Call for Help
800-275-6106
http://211lorain.org/
Counties Served: Lorain

Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board of Lorain County (ADAS Board)

4950 Oberlin Ave, Lorain, OH 44053
440-282-9920
Emergency Hotline: 440-277-8190
www.lorainadas.org
Website with information on prevention, providers, support and news.

Assist Avon Lake - AL Task Force

164 Avon Belden Road, Avon Lake, OH 44012
Email: [email protected]
www.assistavonlake.org
The mission of ASSIST is to connect people who are going through recovery with area resources.

Let's Get Real, Inc.

3509 Liberty Ave. Vermilion, OH 44089
440-963-7042
[email protected]
www.letsgetrealinc.org
Let's Get Real serves active addicted people seeking help, those in recovery continuing a recovery path, as well as friends and family seeking help for their loved ones. Family and Children support groups are offered Tuesday's at 6:00 pm. Home drug tests are offered for a small donation. Resources for assessment and treatment. Certified Peer Recovery Supporters for Lorain County Recovery Court, Lorain County Police Assisted Project and "Warm Handoff" Project. Services are free of charge.

Lorain County Board of Mental Health (LCBMH)

1173 North Ridge Rd. East, Lorain, OH 44055
Non-Emergency Navigator: 440-240-7025
24/7 Crisis Hotline: 800-888-6161
lcbmh.org
Plans, funds, and monitors a comprehensive system of public mental health services. Private, not-for-profit, and independent community agencies are contracted to provide an array of mental health services which include counseling, prevention, consultation, peer support, community support, crisis intervention, housing development and management, and vocational employment support.

Lorain County Board of Mental Health Navigator Call Line

440-240-7025 (For Non-Emergencies)
For a psychiatric emergency, residents should call the 24/7 crisis line at 800-888-6161
lcbmh.org
Residents can find the right mental health service, the first time, with personalized help from the Lorain County Navigator. The Navigator is available for non-emergency referrals weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Residents also can leave a message any time. For a psychiatric emergency, please call the 24/7 crisis line.

Lorain County Police and Sheriff's Department - PAARI (Police Assisted Addiction & Recovery Initiative)

9896 Murray Ridge Rd. Elyria, OH 44035
440-329-3709
paariusa.org
Offers help to anyone who is suffering from substance abuse and does not have an outstanding warrant. Police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station within 75 minutes to assist in locating a detox or treatment program. Individuals face no penalty for utilizing services. Families are also offered support at "Let's Get Real (Vermilion, OH) and options of other community resources.


Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
The Lorain County General Health District
9880 S. Murray Ridge Rd, Elyria, OH 44035
440-322-6367
(Hours are between 8:00 a.m. AND 4:00 p.m.)
Please call for an appointment and allow 20 minutes for your visit in order to receive training. Services are confidential and free of charge.

SOLACE LORAIN COUNTY

4950 Oberlin Avenue, Lorain, OH 44053
Contact Kathy Loos: 440-823-6177
lorainadas.org/about-solace-lorain-county/
For families impacted by Substance Use Disorder, especially the prescription drug, opiate and heroin epidemic. Solace provides support, education, information and advocacy.

Wellington Police Department - LINC (Local Initiative Networking Compassion)

117 Willard Memorial Square, Wellington, OH 44090
440-647-2244
paariusa.org
This program is modeled after PAARI (Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative). When an individual comes into the station seeking help for an opioid or heroin specific addiction, police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours.

LUCAS COUNTY

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United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Adelante, the Latino Community Resource Center

520 Broadway St. Toledo, OH 43604
419-244-8440
Email: http://www.adelantetoledo.org/contact/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AdelanteToledo/
adelantetoledo.org
Offers the Family Program: Nosotros ("Us") - Healthy pregnancy, healthy babies, teaching Mothers about prenatal care, nutrition, birth control, good sleeping habits to improve their probabilty of health pregnancy. Youth Program: Buena Vida ("The Good Life") - delaying the onset of substance abuse for adolescents.

Awake Community Coalition Serving the Anthony Wayne Area (on the campus of Anthony Wayne High School)

5967 Finzel Rd. Whitehouse, OH 43571
419-877-0466 ext 12037
Email: http://www.awawake.org/contact-us.html
http://www.awawake.org/home.html
To help our youth make safe and healthy choices by working with schools, parents, youth, and the community to prevent and reduce youth alcohol, marijuana and other drug use.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Ohio

4 Seagate #660, Toledo, OH 43604
419-243-4600
bbsnwo.org
A non-profit agency positively impacting children's lives.

Lucas County Sheriff's Department - D.A.R.T. (Drug Abuse Response Team)

1622 Spielbusch Avenue, Toledo, OH 43604
419-213-6582
www.co.lucas.oh.us/2843/DART
The mission of the Lucas County Sheriff's Department's Drug Abuse Response Team is to stop the profound number of deaths of our friends and loved ones caused by opiate overdoses while helping victims to overcome their addictions. We also aim to educate and support the family and friends of these victims. We provide linkage to treatment for victims and their families.

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Lucas County

701 Adams St. Suite 800, Toledo, OH 43604
RECOVERY HELPLINE: 419-255-3125
Office: 419-213-4600
www.lcmhrsb.oh.gov
Offers the Recovery Helpline for anyone in Lucas County seeking treatment, an assessment, etc. regardless of ability to pay. The mission of the MHRSB is to create a high-quality network of resources that inspires personal recovery and promotes mental wellness for the citizens of Lucas County.

Northwest Ohio Syringe Services (NOSS) - (Toledo-Lucas County Health Department

St. Paul’s United Methodist Church 1201 Madison Avenue, Toledo OH Tuesdays: 1 pm – 4 pm
AND Talbot Center (East Toledo) 732 Main Street, Toledo OH – Door B Thursdays: 1 pm – 4 pm
419-213-2655
http://www.lucascountyhealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/NOSS-Brochure.pdf
This Harm Reduction Program offers 1-1 syringe exchange, HIV/HEP C testing, pregnancy testing, safer sex education, free condoms, naloxone training and kits, referrals for additional medical and behavioral health needs, at no cost.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Toledo-Lucas Health Department
635 North Erie St. Toledo, OH 43604
419-213-4135
Project DAWN Ohio: 614-466-2144
www.lucascountyhealth.com

SCAT (Sylvania Community Action Team)

4747 N. Holland-Sylvania Rd. Sylvania, OH 43560
419-824-8588
www.sylvaniascat.org
SCAT is a youth, parent, and community group brought together to encourage healthy lifestyles for kids, and to discourage drug and alcohol use and other negative and unhealthy behaviors. They offer resources for parents and youth, community programs and more.

MADISON COUNTY

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United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
937-225-3000
http://www.referweb.net/day/
Counties Served: Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Madison, Montgomery, Preble, Warren

Mental Health & Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties

1055 E. High St. Springfield, OH 45505
937-322-0648 or Toll-free: 800-435-7968
www.mhrb.org
Provides access to mental health, alcohol and other substance use disorder treatment as well as prevention and support services.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Madison County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

MAHONING COUNTY

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Help Network of Northeast Ohio
330-747-2696
http://www.helpnetworkneo.org
Counties Served: Columbiana, Mahoning, Trumbull

GRASP - Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing

Boardman, OH 44512
330-720-0878
Email: [email protected]
http://grasphelp.org/mahoning-county-chapter/
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Pre-registration is required for new attendees! Please contact chapter facilitator to register. EveryTuesday, 6:00-7:30pm. Contact facilitator for exact location (Anna Howells). Nationwide group, 5 chapters in Ohio. Private Facebook group with over 7000 members. Alt Contact Person: Barbara Schindler, [email protected], (330) 509-1061

Mahoning County Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board

107 South Champion St. Youngstown, OH 44503
330-743-9509
www.mahoningmhrb.org
County website which lists facilities and providers as well as helpful links.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Mahoning County District Board of Health
50 Westchester Drive, Youngstown, OH 44515
330-270-2855 - ext 125

MARION COUNTY

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United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Contact Careline

740-383-2273
24 hour telephone crisis intervention and information/referral services. Point of contact for all after hour emergency services requests.

Crawford-Marion Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS)

Marion: 142 S. Prospect St, Marion, OH 43302
Crawford: 113 E. Rensselaer St, Bucyrus, OH 44820
740-387-8531 (for Marion county)
419-562-7288 (for Crawford county)
www.mcadamh.com
Hope and help for people with mental illness and those recovering from alcohol or other substance use disorders.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Crawford-Marion ADAMH Board
142 S. Prospect St. Marion, OH 43302
740-387-8531

Recovery To Work Program (Part of ADAMH Board)

142 S. Prospect St, Marion, OH 43302
419-617-2456
www.ood.ohio.gov
Helps individuals in recovery from mental illness and/or substance use disorder to find and gain employment. Referrals will be made for treatment as needed for mental health and substance use disorder. Serves residents of Crawford and Marion county only. If you live outside of these two counties please contact OOD (Opportunities for Ohioans with disabilities).

MEDINA COUNTY

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United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Fighting For Alyssa

5681 River Styx Road, Medina, OH 44256
330-723-3197
fightingforalyssa.org
Dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of substance abuse and addiction in our communities.

Lodi Police Department - Begin Again Drug Initiative

110 Ainsworth St. Lodi, OH 44254
330-948-2040
paariusa.org
Offers help for anyone who comes into the station and has an opioid or other substance use disorder. Police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. (Those who have warrants or pending criminal cases are not eligible).

The Medina County ADAMH (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health) Board

246 Northland Drive, Medina, OH 44256
330-723-9642
Fax: 330-723-9643
www.Medinamentalhealth.com
This county board website lists providers of treatment and helpful links.

Operation HOMES - Medina

Medina, OH 44258
To refer individuals/families to Operation HOMES please call the Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority in Medina at 330-725-7531 or your local police department after hours. Operation HOMES is not an emergency shelter for everyone. A background check is completed on all program guests to ensure the safety of all guests and volunteers.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Medina County Health Department
4800 Ledgewood Drive, Medina, OH 44256
330-723-9688

MEIGS COUNTY

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We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Gallia-Jackson-Meigs Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

53 Shawnee Ln. Gallipolis, OH 45631
740-446-3022
gjmboard.org
Gallia-Jackson-Meigs Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services provides a coordinated, comprehensive consumer-driven system of mental health and recovery services to the residents of Gallia, Jackson and Meigs Counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Meigs County General Health District
112 E. Memorial Dr. Suite A, Pomeroy, OH 45769
740-992-6626 (Please call for hours)
meigs-health.com

MERCER COUNTY

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We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Mercer, Van Wert and Paulding Counties, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

Tri-County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Mercer, Van Wert and Paulding Counties

1054 South Washington St. Suite A, Van Wert, OH 45891
419-238-5464
24/7 Crisis Line:
Mercer & Van Wert Counties: 800-567-4673
Paulding County: 800-468-4357
tricountyadamhs.org
The board creates & maintains the system that provides for alcohol, drug addiction and/or mental health services by contracting with alcohol, drug addiction and mental health agencies to deliver services in Mercer, Paulding and Van Wert counties.

MIAMI COUNTY

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We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Families of Addicts (FOA)

Grace Family Worship, 725 Lincoln Avenue, Troy, OH 45372
Shawn 561-509-4397 or April 937-214-8379
www.foafamilies.org/meetings
Support, friendship and education for families (the whole family) and individuals to foster understanding, growth and permanent recovery from substance use disorder. This organization is in six counties and growing.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Miami County Public Health Department
510 West Water Street, Suite 130, Troy, OH 45373
937-573-3500
Offers distribution and training of Naloxone kits and referrals for treatment.

Naloxone kits and education about its use are also available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

The Tri-County Board of Recovery & Mental Health Services

1100 Wayne St. Suite 4000, Troy, OH 45373
937-335-7727
tcbmds.org
Dedicated to planning, funding, monitoring and evaluating substance abuse and mental health services for Miami, Darke and Shelby counties.

MONROE COUNTY

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We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

MHRB (Mental Health Recovery Board) Serving Belmont, Harrison and Monroe Counties

99 N. Sugar St. St. Clairesville, OH 43947
740-695-9998
Crisis Hotline: 800-354-4357
bhmboard.org
The mission of the Mental Health and Recovery Board is to manage public resources to ensure the availability of comprehensive, quality, cost-effective mental health and substance abuse treatment and prevention services to the citizens of Belmont, Harrison and Monroe Counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Monroe County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

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United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
937-225-3000
http://www.referweb.net/day/
Counties Served: Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Madison, Montgomery, Preble, Warren

Care Point Syringe Services Program

Public Health Dayton & Montgomery County, 201 Riverside Dr. Suite 1C, Dayton, OH 45405
937-496-7133
http://phdmc.org/features/53-carepoint-syringe-services-program

Services offered at three locations:
Vogel Health Center, 6175 W. Third St., Dayton, OH on Tuesdays from Noon - 5:00 pm
Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 502 Pontiac Avenue, Dayton, OH on Thursdays from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.
Life Enrichment Center, 425 N. Findlay Street, Dayton, OH on Fridays from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.

This Harm Reduction Program offers the exchange of used syringes for clean ones, referrals for substance abuse treatment, as well as other health and social services, condom distribution to prevent the spread of HIV and other STDs, assistance with Medicaid sign-up, HIV testing and education, pregnancy testing, Hepatitis C testing, wound care and more. Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

Deaf Off Drugs and Alcohol (DODA)

937-285-0799
https://medicine.wright.edu/sardi/deaf-off-drugs-and-alcohol 
A grant-funded project to improve alcohol and drug treatment services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. DODA counselors, case managers and coordinators are all fluent in American Sign Language and knowledgeable about deaf culture.

FOA Families of Addicts

425 N. Findlay St. Dayton, OH 45404
937-307-5479
www.foafamilies.org
Support, friendship and education for families (the whole family) and individuals to foster understanding, growth and permanent recovery from substance use disorder. This organization is in six counties and growing.

Montgomery County Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board

409 East Monument Ave. Dayton, OH 45402
937-443-0416
mcadamhs.org
The ADAMHS Board is responsible for the planning, funding, and monitoring of public mental health and alcohol and other drug addiction services. Their website includes online screening tools, addiction and mental health information, treatment providers, RX drop box locations, news articles, and an interactive tool called "My Montgomery County" to help find help for mental health or substance use disorder.

The Ohio Intervention Center

282 James E. Bohanan Dr, Vandalia, OH 45377
937-415-0701
www.ohiointerventioncenter.com
Offers alcohol and drug education classes, alcohol and drug assessments and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Samaritan Behavioral Health
601S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd. Dayton, OH 45417
937-224-4646

Public Health, Dayton and Montgomery County
937-496-7133

http://www.phdmc.org/client-services/carepoint-syringe-services-program

Life Enrichment Center
425 North Findlay St. Dayton, OH 45404
(Fridays, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.)

Vogel Health Center
6175 W. Third St. Dayton, OH 45417
(Tuesdays, 12:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.)

Samaritan Behavioral Health's CrisisCare Program

Hotline 24/7: 937-224-4646
http://sbhihelp.org/crisiscare-montgomery/
Offers hotline (24-hour suicide prevention and crisis counseling, warmline (24-hour supportive telephone counseling service), screening & triage (evaluation with follow-up recommendations for service), emergency walk-ins, pre-hospital screening, mobile crisis services and more. For any adult, adolescent or child regardless of their ability to pay.

UMADAOP of Dayton

1 Elizabeth Place, Dayton, OH 45417
937-276-2176
www.umadaopofdayton.org
Offers alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention education for adults, children and seniors, a re-entry program for ex-offenders and a summer camp for youth, ages 6 - 12.

MORGAN COUNTY

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Pathways of Central Ohio
(Licking) 740-345-4357
(Knox) 800-544-1601
http://www.referweb.net/chic/
Counties Served: Licking, Knox, Muskingum, Perry, Morgan, Washington

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board Serving Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry Counties

1205 Newark Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701
754-454-8557
mhrs.org
The County Board website lists service providers, resources, news, and more for the six counties it serves.

Morgan County Sheriff Quick Response Team (QRT)

37 E. Main St. McConnelsville, OH 43756
740-962-4044
http://www.morgansheriff.com
Offers help to those addicted and their families to find the treatment and resources they need to recover.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Morgan County Health Department
4275 State Route 376 NW, McConnelsville, OH 43756
740-962-4572

MORROW COUNTY

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Helpline of Delaware and Morrow Counties
800-684-2324 - Delaware, Morrow
855-678-8333 - Logan
855-663-8333 - Shelby
855-833-3696 - Union
Counties Served: Delaware, Logan, Morrow, Union, Shelby

Delaware-Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board

40 North Sandusky St, Suite 301, Delaware, OH 43015
740-368-1740
dmmhrsb.org
A community partnership for mental health and recovery services.

Helpline of Delaware and Morrow Counties, Inc.

11 N. Franklin St, Delaware, OH 43015
740-369-3316 or 800-684-2324 or 2-1-1

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Morrow County Health Department
619 West Marion Rd, Suite B, Mount Gilead, OH 43338
419-947-1545 ext. 318
www.morrowcountyhealth.org/

MUSKINGUM COUNTY

2-1-1

Pathways of Central Ohio
(Licking) 740-345-4357
(Knox) 800-544-1601
http://www.referweb.net/chic/
Counties Served: Licking, Knox, Muskingum, Perry, Morgan, Washington

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board Serving Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry Counties

1205 Newark Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701
754-454-8557
mhrs.org
The County Board website lists service providers, resources, news, and more for the six counties it serves.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Department
205 N. Seventh St. Zanesville, OH 43701
740-454-9741 ext. 250
http://www.zmchd.org

NOBLE COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board Serving Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry Counties

1205 Newark Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701
754-454-8557
mhrs.org
The County Board website lists service providers, resources, news, and more for the six counties it serves.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Noble County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

OTTAWA COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Mental Health and Recovery Board of Erie and Ottawa Counties

416 Columbus Avenue, Sandusky, OH 44870
419-627-1908
www.mhrbeo.org
An educational site with a lot of information about addiction and also treatment providers.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Ottawa County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

PAULDING COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Paulding County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

Tri-County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Mercer, Van Wert and Paulding Counties

1054 South Washington St. Suite A, Van Wert, OH 45891
419-238-5464
24/7 Crisis Line:
Mercer & Van Wert Counties: 800-567-4673
Paulding County: 800-468-4357
tricountyadamhs.org
The board creates & maintains the system that provides for alcohol, drug addiction and/or mental health services by contracting with alcohol, drug addiction and mental health agencies to deliver services in Mercer, Paulding and Van Wert counties.

PERRY COUNTY

2-1-1

Pathways of Central Ohio
(Licking) 740-345-4357
(Knox) 800-544-1601
http://www.referweb.net/chic/
Counties Served: Licking, Knox, Muskingum, Perry, Morgan, Washington

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board Serving Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry Counties

1205 Newark Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701
754-454-8557
mhrs.org
The County Board website lists service providers, resources, news, and more for the six counties it serves.

Perry Behavioral Health - The Activity Center

112 S. Main St, New Lexington, OH. 43764
740-342-1991  
perrybhc.org
Offers cooking classes, fitness and wellness, art therapy, free training seminars, Friends and Family Group, EMDR Therapy, Taking Back Ohio Recovery Support Group, and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Perry County Health Department
409 Lincoln Park Drive, New Lexington, OH 43764
740-342-5179
Offers Naloxone training & distribution.

Naloxone kits and education about its use are also available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

PICKAWAY COUNTY

2-1-1

Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health Center
888-775-1260
http://www.referweb.net/spvm/
Counties Served: Fayette, Highland, Jackson, Pickaway, Pike, Ross

Paint Valley ADAMH (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health) Services Board

394 Chestnut St. Chillicothe, OH 45601
740-773-2283
TOLL-FREE: 800-906-6757
CRISIS HOTLINE FOR PICKAWAY COUNTY: 740-477-2579
pvadamh.org
The Paint Valley ADAMH Board serves the residents of Fayette, Highland, Pickaway, Pike and Ross counties in Southern Ohio.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Pickaway County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

PIKE COUNTY

2-1-1

Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health Center
888-775-1260
http://www.referweb.net/spvm/
Counties Served: Fayette, Highland, Jackson, Pickaway, Pike, Ross

Paint Valley ADAMH (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health) Services Board

394 Chestnut St. Chillicothe, OH 45601
740-773-2283
TOLL-FREE: 800-906-6757
CRISIS HOTLINE FOR PIKE COUNTY: 740-947-2147
pvadamh.org
The Paint Valley ADAMH Board serves the residents of Fayette, Highland, Pickaway, Pike and Ross counties in Southern Ohio.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Pike County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

PORTAGE COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Addiction Helpline for Portage County

330-678-3006
Contact the Addiction Helpline at Townhall II for community information, support, and connection to services anytime, day or night.

Mental Health and Recovery Board of Portage County

155 East Main Street, Kent, OH 44240
330-673-1756
Fax: 330-673-1330
www.mental-health-recovery.org
This county website lists alcohol/drug treatment facilities, other resources, a printable addiction resource guide, prevention programs, and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Portage County Health Department
705 Oakwood St, 2nd Floor, Ravenna, OH 44266
330-296-9919

PREBLE COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
937-225-3000
http://www.referweb.net/day/
Counties Served: Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Madison, Montgomery, Preble, Warren

The Preble County Mental Health & Recovery Board

225 N. Barron St. Eaton, OH
937-456-6827
Crisis Line: 866-532-3097
pcmhrb.org

The Board contracts with and funds the local agencies to provide mental health and addiction recovery services to all Preble County residents. Their website has resources and a free, anonymous online screening for alcohol misuse, depression, bipolar, anxiety disorder and eating disorders.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Preble County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

Substance Abuse Prevention Partnership of Preble County (SAPP)

937-456-7694
https://www.facebook.com/sapp.preblecounty/
SAPP meets once a month with community members to build and support a safe, healthy environment by reducing alcohol and drug abuse in their community.

PUTNAM COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

The Mental Health, Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Board of Putnam County

835 N. Locust St. Ottawa, OH 45875
419-523-0027
pcadamhsbd.org
The board is the governing authority for the disbursement of federal, state and local dollars for the purposes of mental health and drug and alcohol treatment and prevention.

RICHLAND COUNTY

2-1-1

First Call 2-1-1
419-522-4636
Counties Served: Richland

CACY (Community Action for Capable Youth)

1495 W. Longview Ave. Suite 104, Mansfield, OH 44906
419-774-5683
cacyohio.org
Provides tobacco, alcohol, problem gambling, violence and drug prevention information, education and coordination by bringing together schools, parents, government, law enforcement agencies, business and community members who work toward a healthier, safer place to live.

Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Richland County

87 East First St. Suite L, Mansfield, OH 44902
419-774-5811
Crisis Helpline: 419-522-4357
richlandmentalhealth.com
The County Board has partner agencies that offer services to those suffering from mental illness and substance dependence.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Richland Public Health
555 Lexington Ave. Mansfield, OH 44907
419-774-4700
richlandhealth.org/my-community/project-dawn

ROSS COUNTY

2-1-1

Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health Center
888-775-1260
http://www.referweb.net/spvm/
Counties Served: Fayette, Highland, Jackson, Pickaway, Pike, Ross

GRASP - Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing

Chillicothe, OH 45601
740-600-4187
Email: [email protected]
http://grasphelp.org/southern-oh-chapter/
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Pre-registration is required for new attendees! Please contact chapter facilitator to register. Meets on the 1st Tuesday of ea. month, 6:30-7:30 pm. Contact facilitator for exact location (Tracey Kemper-Herman). Nationwide group, 5 chapters in Ohio. Private Facebook group with over 7000 members.

Heroin Partnership Project

Chillicothe, OH 45601
Email: [email protected]
www.HeroinPartnershipProject.com
Ross County has been selected by the Ohio Department of Public Safety to implement this comprehensive approach to combating the heroin overdose epidemic. The goal of the Heroin Partnership Project is to increase public safety in communities throughout Ohio by developing effective community-based strategies that reduce the demand and supply for heroin and other opiate drugs. Further, the community-based strategies should emphasize and support cross-system collaboration.

Paint Valley ADAMH (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health) Services Board

394 Chestnut St. Chillicothe, OH 45601
740-773-2283
TOLL-FREE: 800-906-6757
CRISIS HOTLINE FOR ROSS COUNTY: 740-773-4357
pvadamh.org
The Paint Valley ADAMH Board serves the residents of Fayette, Highland, Pickaway, Pike and Ross counties in Southern Ohio.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Ross County Health District
150 E. Second St. Chillicothe, OH 45601
740-775-1146 ext 2225

SANDUSKY COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Family Matters Education Program

Offered at Oriana House: 101-103 S. Front St. Fremont, OH 43420
567-280-4023
www.orianahouse.org/media/brochure/Family%20Matters%20Education%20Program%20Fremont.pdf
Provides a safe, comfortable environment that supports, educates and promotes healing and recovery for families touched by addiction.

GRASP - Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing

Bellvue, OH 44811
419-307-3320
Email: [email protected]
http://grasphelp.org/bellevue-chapter/
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Pre-registration is required for new attendees! Please contact chapter facilitator to register. 1st Monday of ea. month, 7pm. Contact facilitator for exact location (Lavin Schwan). Nationwide group, 5 chapters in Ohio. Private Facebook group with over 7000 members. Alt Contact Person: Dawn Bova, [email protected], (419) 217-1737

Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties

1200 North State Route 53, Tiffin, OH 44883
419-448-0640
mhrsbssw.org
The board brings resources to the area to help those who are in need. Promotes emotional health and wellness to reduce the likelihood of mental illness and substance abuse. Lists local resources, how to apply for medicaid benefits and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Sandusky County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

SCIOTO COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Adams, Lawrence, Scioto Counties - Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board

919 7th St. Portsmouth, OH 45662
740-354-5648 or Toll-free: 888-354-5648
CRISIS CENTER & HOTLINE: 740-354-1010  or  TOLL-FREE CRISIS CENTER & HOTLINE: 855-381-1010
adamhsals.org
Promotes positive behavioral health by bringing together local partners to ensure quality mental health and addiction prevention, treatment and recovery supports for all residents. Scioto County only: Speakers Bureau and Crisis Response Team available through the Suicide Coalition.

Portsmouth City Health Department - Prevention Not Permission

605 Washington St. Portsmouth, OH 45662
740-353-8863
Health Department Main Number (after 4:30PM Emergency Contact Number) 740-353-5153
www.portsmouthhealthdept.org
This Harm Reduction Program offers a Syringe Exchange Program (Fridays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm) as well as opportunities for testing, education, referrals, and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Portsmouth City Health Department - Nursing Division
Josh Shepherd, Injury prevention coordinator: [email protected]
605 Washington St. Portsmouth, OH 45662
740-353-8863
portsmouthcityhealth.org

If you have insurance, please consider purchasing Naloxone from a participating pharmacy:
Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

SENECA COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Family Matters Education Program

Offered at Oriana House: 65 St. Francis Ave. Tiffin, OH 44883
567-220-7018
www.orianahouse.org/media/brochure/Family%20Matters%20Education%20Program%20Tiffin.pdf
Held every Thursday, 6-8pm, open to the public, free counselor-led sessions, 12-sessions on a revolving cycle.

Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties

1200 North State Route 53, Tiffin, OH 44883
419-448-0640
mhrsbssw.org
The board brings resources to the area to help those who are in need. Promotes emotional health and wellness to reduce the likelihood of mental illness and substance abuse. Lists local resources, how to apply for medicaid benefits and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Seneca County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

SHELBY COUNTY

2-1-1

Helpline of Delaware and Morrow Counties
800-684-2324 - Delaware, Morrow
855-678-8333 - Logan
855-663-8333 - Shelby
855-833-3696 - Union
Counties Served: Delaware, Logan, Morrow, Union, Shelby

Families of Addicts (FOA)

Sidney Salvation Army, 419 N. Buckeye Avenue, Sidney, OH 45365
Call 561-570-0118 or 614-537-0695 for more information
www.foafamilies.org/meetings
Support, friendship and education for families (the whole family) and individuals to foster understanding, growth and permanent recovery from substance use disorder. This organization is in six counties and growing.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Shelby County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

The Tri-County Board of Recovery & Mental Health Services

1100 Wayne St. Suite 4000, Troy, OH 45373
937-335-7727
tcbmds.org
Dedicated to planning, funding, monitoring and evaluating substance abuse and mental health services for Miami, Darke and Shelby counties.

STARK COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Canton City Health Department - SWAP (Starkwide Approach to Prevention)

420 N. Market Ave. Canton, OH 44702
330-489-3322
www.cantonhealth.org
This Harm Reduction Program offers free: HIV and HEP testing, Narcan training & distribution, safer drug use supplies including clean syringes, condoms and safe sex supplies, education, wound care, and referral to treatment. Open every Friday (except holidays) from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.

Homeless Hotline of Stark County

330-452-4363
(8:00 to 4:00 Monday through Friday)
If you need shelter in Stark County, call this number first, and they will direct you to a homeless shelter. If it is after hours or on the weekend, call the shelters directly. Shelters are listed in the facility search under other services.

Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Services Board of Stark County

121 Cleveland Avenue SW, Canton, OH 44702
330-453-8811 or 330-455-6644
Fax: 330-455-4242
www.starkmhar.org
Find help, prevention, resources, trainings, events and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center
2421 13th Street NW, Canton, OH 44708
330-452-6000

Alliance City Health Department
537 E. Market St., Alliance, OH 44601
330-821-7373 ext 13

Regional Center for Opiate Recovery
1660 Nave Rd SE, Massillon, OH 44646
330-837-9411

CommQuest Services, Alliance Office
1207 W. State St, Suite F, Alliance, OH 44706
330-821-5172

CommQuest Services, Minerva Office
620 Lincoln Way West, Minerva, OH 44657
330-868-3401

CommQuest Services, Massillon Office
46 Federal Ave NW, Suite 1, Massillon, OH 44647
330-833-0234

CommQuest Services, Canton Office
1341 Market Avenue North, Canton, OH 44714
330-453-8252

SUMMIT COUNTY

2-1-1

Info Line
330-376-6660
http://211summit.org/
Counties Served: Summit

Akron Say No To Dope, Inc.

855-246-5483 
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Nomoredope1/
www.akronsaynotodope.org
Offers Care coordination, Recovery Navigation, Courtroom Advocating for treatment placement, information on treatment facilities, referral organization, 24/7 advocates available, thrift store, transportation to treatment among other services.

The County of Summit ADM (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health) Board

1867 West Market Street, Akron, OH 44313
330-762-3500
ADM Addiction Helpline: 330-940-1133
Funded by the Summit County ADM Board to triage calls and help find appointments for substance use assessments with various providers in Summit County. They are able to cut wait time from several weeks to 7 days or less and sometimes same day appointments. They can also help get people into Detox.
ADM Help Hotline: 330-434-9144
www.admboard.org

Cuyahoga Falls Police Department - PAARI (Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative)

2310 2nd St. Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
330-928-2181
paariusa.org
Offers help for anyone who comes into the station and has an opioid or heroin addiction. Police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. Individuals face no penalty for utilizing services (outstanding warrants must be addressed). Also has a Quick Response Team comprised of a medic, police officer and a counselor who go into the community within six days after a person has overdosed to talk to them about getting into detox or treatment.

Norton Police Department - Safe Harbor Program

4060 Columbia Woods Dr. Norton, OH 44203
330-825-2491
paariusa.org
This program is modeled after PAARI (Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative). When an individual comes into the station seeking help for an opioid or other substance use disorder, police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. The Norton and Barberton Police Departments also have a Quick Response Team comprised of a counselor, a medic, and an officer who go to the homes of individuals who have recently (within 6 days) overdosed to try and get them into treatment.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

Summit County Public Health Department
1867 West Market Street, Akron, OH 44313
330-375-2984
https://www.scph.org
Offers free naloxone kits, prescription drug disposal locations and a syringe exchange program. Call for times.

Stow Police Department - PAARI (Police Assisted Addiction & Recovery Initiative)

3800 Darrow Rd. Stow, OH 44224
330-689-5700
paariusa.org
Offers help for anyone who comes into the station and has a heroin or opioid related addiction. Police will contact a peer support specialist and/or a volunteer facilitator who will respond to the station and find placement for the individual in a treatment facility usually within 24 to 72 hours. (Not eligible are those with pending charges in any jurisdiction, those charged with a past violent crime, currently registered as a sex offender or any past arrest for any sex-related crime, or currently on probation/parole).

Summit County Community Partnership

cpsummit.org
A consortium of community resources committed to preventing substance abuse in Summit County, by using evidence-based prevention techniques, information, and activities.

Summit County Homeless Hotline

330-615-0577

Summit County Opiate Task Force

www.summitcountyopiatetaskforce.org
A website with resources on prevention, treatment and community response to the prescription opiate/heroin crisis.

Summit County Public Health Department (Harm Reduction Program)

1867 West Market St. Akron, OH 44313
330-375-2984
https://www.scph.org
This harm reduction program offers free naloxone kits, prescription drug disposal locations and a syringe exchange program. Call for times.

TRUMBULL COUNTY

2-1-1

Help Network of Northeast Ohio
330-747-2696
http://www.helpnetworkneo.org
Counties Served: Columbiana, Mahoning, Trumbull

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Trumbull County Combined Health District
176 Chestnut Ave. NE, Warren, OH 44483
330-675-2590 - Option #3
www.tcbh.org

Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board

4076 Youngstown Warren Road #201, Warren, OH 44484
330-675-2765
www.trumbullmhrb.org
This County Board website lists Information on Prescription Drug Abuse, Information for Parents, Teachers and Medical Professionals, A Guide to Addiction Treatment and Education Resources in Trumbull County and more.

TUSCARAWAS COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

The ADAMHS (Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services) Board of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties

119 Garland Dr. S.W. New Philadelphia, OH 44663
Tuscarawas: 330-364-6488
Carroll: 330-627-7912
adamhtc.org
The Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties is a government agency established by Ohio statute for the purpose of planning, funding, monitoring and evaluating contracted mental health, alcohol, and drug treatment services to residents of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties.

A New Beginning - First Baptist Church

878 Commercial Ave. S.W. New Philadelphia, OH 44663
330-339-1141
Email: [email protected]
fbclinked.org/ministries/a-new-beginning/?view=mobile
Biblically-based recovery program. Thursdays 8:00 p.m.

CARY Project (ADAMHS Board)

119 Garland Dr. S.W. New Philadelphia, OH 44663
330-364-6488 or 330-627-7912
adamhtc.org
A one-time meeting for at risk youth with a community member who has had a child/loved one with alcohol and/or drug addiction. The meeting is 1 on 1, 90-minutes long, the adult will share their experience with having a loved-one struggling with addiction, the teen is encouraged to ask questions.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Tuscarawas County Health Department
897 East Iron Ave. Dover, OH. 44622
330-343-5555 ext. 170
www.tchdnow.org/project-dawn.html

Salvation Army - Tuscarawas County

809 Emmet Ave. N.W. New Philadelphia, OH 44663
330-364-3811
salvationarmyohio.org/dover
Offers a Warming and cooling station, Breakfast & Lunch: M-F, 9am-1pm. Mixed food table daily until 12pm. Showers, rent and utility assistence, food pantry, and homeless kits among other services.

UNION COUNTY

2-1-1

Helpline of Delaware and Morrow Counties
800-684-2324 - Delaware, Morrow
855-678-8333 - Logan
855-663-8333 - Shelby
855-833-3696 - Union
Counties Served: Delaware, Logan, Morrow, Union, Shelby

Mental Health & Recovery Board of Union County

131 N. Main St. Suite A, Marysville, OH 43040
937-642-1212
mhrbuc.org
The Mental Health & Recovery Board of Union County was commissioned by the State of Ohio for the purpose of planning, monitoring and funding mental health and alcohol/drug recovery services for the residents of Union County.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Union County Health Department
940 London Ave, Conference Room A, Marysville, OH. 43040
937-642-2053, ext 2045

Also, in Union County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

Wings Enrichment Center

729 S. Walnut St. Marysville, OH 43040
937-642-9555
wingsenrichment.org
Offers recovery meetings, peer support specialists, education and employment guidance.

VAN WERT COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Families of Addicts (FOA)

Senior Center, 220 Fox Road, Van Wert, OH 45891
 419-203-0200 
www.foafamilies.org/meetings
Support, friendship and education for families (the whole family) and individuals to foster understanding, growth and permanent recovery from substance use disorder. This organization is in six counties and growing.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Mercer, Van Wert and Paulding Counties, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

Tri-County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Mercer, Van Wert and Paulding Counties

1054 South Washington St. Suite A, Van Wert, OH 45891
419-238-5464
24/7 Crisis Line:
Mercer & Van Wert Counties: 800-567-4673
Paulding County: 800-468-4357
tricountyadamhs.org
The board creates & maintains the system that provides for alcohol, drug addiction and/or mental health services by contracting with alcohol, drug addiction and mental health agencies to deliver services in Mercer, Paulding and Van Wert counties.

VINTON COUNTY

2-1-1

We are currently working to bring 2-1-1 to this county. If you have any questions, please contact your local United Way or call: 614-224-8146

Athens-Hocking-Vinton Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board

7990 Dairy Ln. Athens, OH 45701
740-593-3177
317board.org
Mental Health and Addiction Services strengthening the continuum of care in Athens, Hocking and Vinton counties. Their website offers crisis lines, provider listings, news, local events, support groups and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Vinton County Health Department
31927 St. Rt. 93 McArthur, OH 45651
740-596-5925
740-596-5907 or 740-596-5233 ext 234
vintonohhealth.org
Open 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Appointment needed for training.

WARREN COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way of the Greater Dayton Area
937-225-3000
http://www.referweb.net/day/
Counties Served: Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Greene, Madison, Montgomery, Preble, Warren

Heroin Hopeline

877-695-6333
heroinhopeline.org
Offers help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Free service established to provide a safe place for those struggling with substance use disorder and their loved ones to reach out for support and understanding. Care coordinators can help you and your family navigate the complex and challenging system of heroin treatment. Information on how to confront yourself or a loved one you believe is addicted to heroin or other drugs, how to detox and where to go to receive medical care during a detox, what treatment programs are available in the counties of Warren, Clinton and Butler (we can still help if you live outside these counties), how to access them and how to stay clean after treatment. Assists the local Quick Response Teams.

Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren & Clinton Counties

212 Cook Rd. Lebanon OH 45036
Administrative: 513-695-1695
Crisis Hotline: 877-695-6333 (NEED)
mhrsonline.org
The local board of mental health & addiction services for Warren and Clinton counties. They contract with provider agencies to deliver services and help residents recover from mental illness and/or addiction.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

For information contact:
Mental Health Recovery Services (MHRS) of Warren & Clinton Counties
212 Cook Rd. Lebanon, OH 45036
513-695-1695
Narcan kits are provided at:

Atrium Health Center - Mason (for anyone in need of a kit)
7450 Mason-Montgomery Rd. Mason, OH 45040

Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Centers (for clients of Solutions only)
975A Kingsview Dr. Lebanon, OH 45036

WASHINGTON COUNTY

2-1-1

Pathways of Central Ohio
(Licking) 740-345-4357
(Knox) 800-544-1601
http://www.referweb.net/chic/
Counties Served: Licking, Knox, Muskingum, Perry, Morgan, Washington

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Washington County Health Department
342 Muskingum Dr. Marietta, OH 44691
740-374-2782

Washington County Behavioral Health Board

344 Muskingum Dr. Marietta, OH 45750
740-374-6990
http://washingtongov.org/index.aspx?NID=345
The Washington County Behavioral Health Board is the local authority for planning, monitoring, evaluating, and financing publicly funded treatment and prevention services for mental illness and alcohol and drug addiction in Washington County. The Board does not provide these services directly, but contracts with agencies to provide the services to Washington County citizens.

WAYNE COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Creston Police Department - PAARI (Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Program)

120 Brooklyn Ave. Creston, OH 44217
330-435-6534
paariusa.org
Offers help to anyone who comes into the station and has an opioid or heroin specific addiction. Police contact a peer support specialist who will find placement for the individual in a treatment facility (they try to find local placement, rather than out of state, but that may not be possible) usually within 24 to 72 hours. (Not eligible are those with pending charges in any jurisdiction, those charged with a past violent crime, currently registered as a sex offender or any past arrest for any sex-related crime or currently on probation/parole.

Mental Health and Recovery Board of Wayne and Holmes Counties

1985 Eagle Pass, Wooster, OH 44691
330-264-2527 (for Wayne County)
330-674-5772 (for Holmes County)
Crisis Hotline: 330-264-9029
www.whmhrb.org
The website lists treatment facilities, prevention resources, AA and NA meetings in Wayne and Holmes Counties and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

FREE NALOXONE KITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM:
Wayne County Health Department
203 South Walnut Street, Wooster, OH 44691
330-264-9590
wayne-health.org/2-general-information/80-project-dawn

Naloxone kits and education about its use are also available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

WILLIAMS COUNTY

2-1-1

Family Service of Northwest Ohio/Comprehensive Crisis Care
419-599-1660
http://www.firstcallnwo.org/
Counties Served: Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Williams

The Four County ADAMHS Board - Four County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services

T-761 State Route 66, Archbold, OH 43502
Crisis Hotline: 800-468-4357
419-267-3355
fourcountyadamhs.com
The ADAMHS Board does not directly provide services but contracts with a network of public and private health care agencies to treat persons in need. Services include prevention, treatment and recovery needs of individuals and families affected by alcohol, drugs and mental illness. It serves Williams, Fulton, Defiance and Henry counties.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Williams County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

WOOD COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Williams County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

SOLACE (Surviving Our Loss And Continuing Everyday) 

Bowling Green and Perrysburg
Solace Advocate - Belinda Brooks: 419-344-7694
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/woodADAMHS/posts/597333963737606
http://www.solaceofnwohio.org/meeting-times.html
Family Support Group Meeting of Opiate and Heroin Addicts. Promotes public awareness about drug addiction & recovery. Provides grief counseling and emotional support for individuals and families who have lost a loved one to a drug related death or has someone in their life who struggles with addiction. Meetings twice a month at two locations (Bowling Green and Perrysburg).

Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board

745 Haskins Rd. Suite H, Bowling Green, OH 43402
419-352-8475
wcadamh.org
The Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board advocates, plans, develops, funds, manages and evaluates community-based mental health and addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery services to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Wood County.

WYANDOT COUNTY

2-1-1

United Way's 2-1-1 First Call for Help - UW of Greater Cleveland
216-436-2100
http://211cleveland.org
Counties Served: Allen, Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Erie, Geauga, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Huron, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lucas, Marion, Medina, Ottawa, Portage, Stark, Tuscarawas, Van Wert, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot.

Family Matters Education Program

Offered at Oriana House:
65 St. Francis Ave. Tiffin, OH 44883
101-103 S. Front St. Fremont, OH 43420
Tiffin: 567-220-7018
Fremont: 567-280-4023
www.orianahouse.org/media/brochure/Family%20Matters%20Education%20Program%20Tiffin.pdf
www.orianahouse.org/media/brochure/Family%20Matters%20Education%20Program%20Fremont.pdf
Provides a safe, comfortable environment that supports, educates and promotes healing and recovery for families touched by addiction.

Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Seneca, Sandusky and Wyandot Counties

1200 North State Route 53, Tiffin, OH 44883
419-448-0640
mhrsbssw.org
The board brings resources to the area to help those who are in need. Promotes emotional health and wellness to reduce the likelihood of mental illness and substance abuse. Lists local resources, how to apply for medicaid benefits and more.

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) Naloxone Distribution:

In Wyandot County, Naloxone kits and education about its use are available at participating pharmacies without a prescription. There is a charge for naloxone obtained at pharmacies; however, naloxone may be billed to Medicaid or private insurance. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy maintains a list of pharmacies that are providing naloxone without a prescription:
http://pharmacy.ohio.gov/Licensing/NaloxonePharmacy.aspx

Upper Sandusky Counseling & Life Coaching

625 N. Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky, OH 43351
419-294-5795
upperpeaceandhealing.com
Offers addiction and family education and support, clinical counseling and grief support for family members facing addiction or dealing with loss. Individual sessions available.

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