Ohio Resources

There are numerous program offerings in Ohio for Medicaid, medicare and medi-cal programs for those that require coverage. Ohio has seen an increase in the addictions that people come into medical facilities with. They are looking to change the face of these addicitons and find more help.

Those lawmakers in Ohio that are working towards fighting the opioid addiction are looking to add in longer term opioid addiction treatments. These treatments are necessary in order to provide those that are going through something like this with a way to overcome the issue, but also stay away from it. Longer term help and further continuing care may be able to help with this.

The resources below are provided to those that are in the Medicaid, medicare or medi-cal programs and not in private insurance coverages. They provide help to those that have addictions and need or want help to get out.

Center for Addiction Treatment

Phone: (440) 526-3030

10000 Brecksville Road, Unit 116 A B SA Building 2, Brecksville, OH 44141

Talbert House (ADAPT for Men)

3009 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45219

Phone: (513) 872-8870×249

Orca House Inc (Mens Program)

1905 East 89th Street, Cleveland, OH 44106

Phone: (216) 231-3772

Orca House Inc (Womens Program)

1914 East 90th Street, Cleveland, OH 44106

Phone: (216) 231-3772

Stella Maris

1320 Washington Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113

Phone: (216) 781-0550

Cincinnati Teen Challenge

1466 U.S. Route 50, Milford, OH 45150

Phone: (513) 248-0452×105

Drop Inn Center

217 West 12th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Phone: (513) 721-0643×112

Matt Talbot Inn (Residential)

2270 Professor Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113

Phone: (216) 781-0288×11

Dayton VA Medical Center (Substance Abuse Treatment Program)

4100 West 3rd Street, Building 302 Office 227, Dayton, OH 45428

Phone: (937) 268-6511

Spencer Halfway House Inc

69 Granville Street, Newark, OH 43055

Phone: (740) 345-7030


PO Box 529, Hillsboro, OH 45133 / 6210 McCoppin Mill RD, Hillsboro, Ohio

(937) 509-0373

* a non-denominational Christian Discipleship ministry

* NO charge for our services

* Adults (ages 18 and up) can apply to any of our centers for help

* Admission is on a bed availability basis

* We do require some initial blood tests (and a pregnancy test for women) before accepting a person

* incoming resident may be required to have a return ticket (or the equivalent).

* Any serious health or legal problems should be taken care of before coming into the center

Braking Point Recovery Center

– 45 N. Canfield-Niles Rd., Third floor, Youngstown, OH 44515

Ph (330) 270-2380 / 4040 East Broad St., Columbus, OH 43213 (614) 405-9500 ACCEPTS MEDICAID

Services At Youngstown Location: 72-Hour Driver’s Intervention, Assessment & Urinalysis, Case Management, Continuing Care, Day Treatment, Detox, Family Program, Group Counseling, Individual Counseling, Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT), Low Intensity Outpatient Treatment, M.A.T., Physical Fitness and Wellness, Supplemental Living Rehabilitation, Supportive Housing

Services At Columbus Location: Day Treatment, Detox, Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOT), Supplemental Living Rehabilitation. 16-bed treatment center (10 men, 6 women)

The House of Freedom and Miracles

1053 Rosemont Ave # 1, Cincinnati, OH 45205

Phone: (513) 542-1439

Men’s & women’s programs


405 Third Street NE, Canton, OH 44702

phone: (330) 453-1785 / Fax: (330) 454-8159 men

E-Mail: dwykoff(AT) Website:


1419 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH phone: (513) 241-5525

E-Mail: contact(AT) Website:

Men & women recovery programs


1101 Harrison Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45214

phone: 513-333-0212 E-Mail: cintirestoration(AT)

  • men’s home free of charge
  • nine-month program

New Destiny Treatment Center

6694 Taylor Rd., Clinton, OH 44216

330-825-5202 / 330-825-5113 (fax)

  • New Destiny Treatment Center’s Residential Program is fully covered under Ohio Medicaid.
  • men 18 – 65 are covered.
  • interested in becoming a Residential Client, please call Rev. Doss at 330 825 5202 ext 113.


621 S Erie Blvd, Hamilton, OH 45011

phone: (513) 896-5354 Website:


2122 Springfield, Springfield, OH 45501

phone: (937) 323-6396 / Fax: (937) 325-2996

E-Mail: info(AT) Website:

Free program

Sojourner Recovery Services

1430 University Blvd, Hamilton, OH 45011 Ph: (513) 896-3465

  • Ambulatory Detox is a three day program
  • Outpatient and residential
  • Ohio Medicaid accepted


1 Elizabeth Place, Dayton, OH

phone: (800) 788-0440 / 937-813-1737

Fax Number: 937-813-8260

  • Treatment is up to six months or less based upon client’s individual progress and clinical staff’s discretion. Detox
  • Smoking allowed
  • Ohio Medicaid accepted , This includes: Buckeye, Caresource, Molina, Paramount, United Health Care Community Plan
  • does not use Suboxone or Methadone while in treatment. However, we do use comfort medications to help with withdrawal symptoms
  • can provide transportation depending on how far the client lives and if they do not have a support group to assist them.

Mended Reeds Home

803 Vernon St, Ironton, Ohio 45638 Phone (740) 533-1883

Website: PO Box 108, Ironton, OH 45638

Residential 740-533-1883 / Administration 740-532-6220

  • boys program for only $143 per day.
  • 12-bed program
  • Boys: ages 9 to 18 (or up to 20 years old if deemed dependant)
  • Program Length: 6 to 9 months for completion

Turning Point

2711 Donahoe Dr, Ashtabula, Ohio 44004 Phone (440) 992-4432


Lake Area Recovery Center

2801 C Court, Ashtabula, Oh 44004 Phone: 440-998-0722 / Fax: 440-992-1699 email: lakearea(AT)

The Dream Center

91 Rolling Woods Lane, West Union, OH 45693

937-544-5908 info(AT)

One year free faith based program for men/women

Spectrum call to set up an assessment 7405323767

Queen Treatment Center

10 Lady Ave, Jackson, OH 45640 (740) 480-2752

740-577-3334 or 740-418-1487 ask for Yolanda

Ohio Medicaid accepted.

Unison Health

– Lucas Co, 1212 Cherry St – 419-693-0631

  • Average length of stay would be seven to 10 days
  • In addition to round-the-clock nurse supervision, patients have access to comfort medication for withdrawal symptoms such as nausea and diarrhea, as well as treatments such as Suboxone or Vivitrol
  • Patients with private insurance and Medicaid are accepted, she said. Those who are unable to pay may also qualify for financial assistance from the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Lucas County.
  • Potential clients can inquire about the detox unit through a physician, at an emergency room, through law enforcement, or by calling Unison at 419-693-0631

Rubies Women’s Group Inc.

483 Elm Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654

Phone: 419-612-6399 (Candace Williams) Email: rubiesoutreach31(AT)

Mission: For every woman that We are given a chance to meet to know their worth. Once their worth is realized everything changes.

Vision: To reach women that are in bondage and through unconditional love, structure, and guidance help to remove the bondage so they may be set free to live as they deserve.

Program: 8-month faith based program with 4 phases

Phase 1-Self-discovery phase

-one on one sessions

-step work through AA

-focus on qualities not faults

-discover self-worth bible verses

Phase 2-Building phase

-resume building

-discover any financial and criminal problems that will need resolved

-step work though AA

-employment searching and possible employment

Phase 3-Integration phase

-begin employment

-continue step work

-help guide new comer

Phase 4-Exit phase

-continue employment

-find sober living or safe environment for after graduation

-run Peer AA big book studies

-help guide new comer

Through each phase there will be Bible Studies, Big Book Studies (AA), Faith Based Recovery Meetings, and Attendance of Church that will be required.

Rubies Rules/Guidelines

Rules and Guidelines

ELECTRONIC DEVICES: Electronic devices including cell phones, iPods, computers, iPads etc.….are strictly forbidden and will be removed from campus at your own expense. If you are caught with a cell phone at any time in the program you will be immediately expelled.

GAMBLING: Gambling or purchase of lottery tickets on or off campus will result in disciplinary action and/or dismissal.

MAIL CONTACT: All incoming packages will be searched upon arrival. Mail is checked by senior residents only and will be distributed by staff.

MOOD OR MIND ALTERING SUBSTANCES: Purchase or use of mood or mind altering substances, including OTC sleep aids, stimulants and/or energy drinks will result in disciplinary action or dismissal from the program.

PHONE CONTACT: Residents who remain in good standing, without any disciplinary actions may, after a period of 30 days have the possibility of earning one fifteen minute phone call or two ten minute phone calls per week to an immediate family member (mother, father, sibling, wife or children). The phone call will be supervised and staff alone will determine what immediate family member a resident may contact. No incoming calls are permitted.

PRAISE/WORSHIP SERVICES: Residents are required to attend bible studies and church services that are scheduled.

VISITATION: Residents who have been approved by staff may schedule one visit per week after 60 days.

MONEY POLICY: Residents will only be allowed $20 a week on their persons at any time while at Rubies. All excess money will be stored in the safe and your $20 will be distributed to you on the same day every week.

STORE POLICY: Residents may be able to have one store stop a week with the facility.

Off Campus Procedure: Residents will attend off campus events, church services, and other functions. All residents should remain as a group at any off-campus event. If any resident needs to leave the group for any reason they must be accompanied by a senior resident. Residents will be expected to return to the group as quickly as possible.

Medications: No mood or mind altering medications are permitted. Residents may keep OTC pain relievers on their persons. Please make staff aware of all other medications prior to intake. No psych meds or MAT meds are permitted.


• Provocative or inappropriate clothing or language on or off facility premises will not be tolerated.

• Use of personal cell phones and/or personal vehicles on or off facility premises is permitted.

• Residents shall attend all classes, meetings and functions prepared and on time.

• Residents may not leave premises without approval of a staff member.

• Beds must be made first thing in the morning; bedrooms and living areas should remain clean and free of debris at all times.

• Violence, intimidation or threats of violence will result in expulsion.

• Secular music and outside literature is prohibited.

• No sitting down or smoking during chore time Monday through Saturday. If you need to use the restroom, do so before chore time.

• All personal belongings, including personal hygiene items, books and study material are to be stored neatly in resident living quarters.

• No exchanging or moving beds, linens or furniture without express permission from staff.

• Laundry is permitted on designated days. You must wash your clothes and bed linens on your assigned day.

• All written assignments must be completed on time (must be completed before any down time, no playing cards, sports, Tobacco etc.)

• All work duties must be completed properly.

• Must be responsible for personal hygiene every day.

• All Phone calls must be supervised at all times by a senior resident and must be to immediate family members unless special permission is granted by staff.

• Tobacco products may only be used in designated areas. Residents are not permitted to have more than one dip or cigarette on them at any time. Dispose of all tobacco products in the proper container. No stockpiling tobacco of any kind.

Operation 6:12

2270 Co Rd 70, Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Phone: 330-600-0072

Candace Williams 419-612-6399

David Hershberger, Director of Public Relations david(AT)

Mark Fehr, Director of House Operations mick(AT)

Paul Fehr, Executive Director paul(AT)

Tillie Fehr, Co-Executive Director + Events tillie(AT)

Candace Williams, Intake Coordinator + Advocate candace(AT)

  • No detox needed
  • Smoking ok
  • Faith based
  • Program is free for males

Recovery Works Columbus

7400 Huntington Park Drive, Columbus, OH 43235

Phone: 855-792-6446

Corporate Address: 1317 Rte 73, Suite 200, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054/ph (856) 840-6486/fax (856) 780-5153

  • covered by many insurance companies and Medicaid
  • provide a full continuum of community-based care, from medication-assisted treatment and residential programs to outpatient and alumni programs. We offer treatment for the abuse of alcohol, opioids, and other illegal and prescription drugs.
  • recovery or transitional living houses – Residents need to be in a partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient program
  • Suboxone Maintenance Program includes medical intervention and treatment for long-term opiate addiction
  • most of our outpatient facilities offer monthly injections of long-acting Vivitrol (Naltrexone) after detox.

Nova Behavioral Health, Inc.

732 Beckman Street, Dayton, Ohio 45410

Telephone. : (937) 253-1680 / Toll Free: 1-800-750-0750 Email : jgoris(AT)

  • accepts Medicaid
  • Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT)
  • Men’s Residential Program, 28 days
  • Women’s Treatment Program (WTP) 28 days

Project Cure

1800 North James H. McGee Blvd., Dayton, OH 45417

Ph: 937-262-3500 / Fax: 937-262-3523

  • Services Offered: * Dual Diagnosis, * Inpatient, * IOP, * Methadone/Suboxone
  • Project W.I.L.L. (Women into a lasting lifestyle) – INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT Project W.I.L.L.Project W.I.L.L. is an intensive outpatient program developed to provide gender specific, as well as, trauma-informed treatment in response to the the existing and emerging needs of women addicted/dependent upon or abusing alcohol and other drugs.
  • offer TB testing and Hepatitis vaccinations and coordinate with other agencies to offer HIV, and Hepatitis testing to our clients at no additional charge.

Access Hospital

2611 Wayne Ave, Dayton, OH

Ph 937-256-7801 Email : info(AT)

* Dual Diagnosis

* inpatient/iop

* Medically Assisted Detoxification

* Suboxone Treatment Program

* Vivitrol

* medicare/Medicaid * Please note that we only bill Medicaid as a secondary provider.

Women’s Recovery Center

515 Martin Dr, Xenia, Ohio 45385

Ph 937-562-2400 Info(AT)

Contact: Carla Sutton csutton(AT)

  • Services Offered: * Dual Diagnosis, * Inpatient, * Sober Living
  • ** WOMEN only **
  • non medical residential program with an average length of stay of 75 days
  • small children (ages 5 and under) are welcome to come into treatment with you. Childcare services are provided on-site.
  • tobacco-free facility. Clients may not use tobacco products
  • medicaid

Safe Harbor House

PO Box 124, Springfield, OH 45501

Ph 937-717-5908 info(AT)

Contact: Linda Mortenson linda(AT)

Services Offered: * Dual Diagnosis, * Inpatient, * IOP, * Sober Living

  • ** WOMEN only **
  • 24-7 residential treatment for up to 15 women in two lovely, restored homes
  • hope and healing for women who have experienced the traumas of sex-trafficking / prostitution, incarceration, homelessness, domestic violence, substance abuse, and childhood sexual abuse.
  • The program fee for Safe Harbor House is $500/month. If you cannot afford to pay this amount, there is a sliding scale (30% of net income) and you may be eligible for a scholarship for the amount you cannot pay. After you begin working, you will be responsible for your program fees, even if you have not been paying program fees up to that point

McKinley Hall

1101 East High St, Springfield, OH 45505

Ph 937-328-5300 TTY/Texting: (937) 328-5300 x127

Men’s Services – 255 East Street, Springfield, OH 45505

Women’s Services – 2608 E. High Street, Springfield, OH 45505 9 (IOP)

  • Services Offered: * Dual Diagnosis, * Detox, * Inpatient, * IOP, * Sober Living
  • Men – McKinley Hall offers a 30 day non-medical residential recovery setting for chemically dependent men who are unable to remain free of chemicals in an outpatient setting, or need the intensity of this program to begin their recovery. The program can house up to 12 men at a time allowing for both individualized attention as well as a supportive environment. Clients are provided with at least 6 hours of group treatment daily and live in a safe and structured environment.
  • McKinley Hall offers transitional housing for women and their children. For more information regarding transitional housing call 937-328-5314 ext. 314.

CAT House Center for Addiction Treatment

830 Ezzard Charles Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45214

Ph 513-381-6672 info(AT)

Services Offered: Detox/ Inpatient/ IOP

David and Rebecca Barron Center for Men

411 Gest Street, Cincinnati, OH 45203

Ph 513.721.0643

  • 150 beds for homeless men 18+

Esther Marie Hatton Center for Women

2499 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Ph 513.562.1980

  • 60 beds for homeless women 18+

Talbert House

2600 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45206

Ph (513) 281-CARE (2273) / (513) 751-7747 / 513-221-HELP (4357) / Fax: (513) 751-8107

  • 513-281-CARE (2273) or text Talbert to 839863 if in crisis or in need of immediate assistance. Available 24 hours-a-day.

Prospect House

682 Hawthorne Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45205

Tel: (513) 921-1613

First Step Home

2211 Fulton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45206

Ph 513-961-4663 / (513) 475-5300 / Fax: 513-961-4681 info(AT)

  • Women & children
  • properties located at 2215 Fulton, 928 Windsor, 2207 Fulton, and 2300 St. James

The Crossroads Center

311 Martin Luther King Drive East, Cincinnati, OH 45219

Ph (513) 475-5300 Emerg: Deaconess PES (513) 584-8577

  • Chaney Allen Women’s Continuum of Care (CAWCC) program is designed to provide a continuum of health care services to women, especially those with dependent children and women of childbearing age. Women participating in residential treatment may bring two children under the age of five to be co-located with her as she completes her non-medical community residential treatment.
  • Adult Residential Care (ARC) Program is a co-ed residential program. The program serves adult men and women who reside within Hamilton County. The program is composed of a Mental Health Court, Short-Term Rehab and an Intensive Outpatient component.

Gateways Recovery

4760 Madison Rd, (lower level entrance), Cincinnati, Ohio 45227

ph (513) 861-0035 / fax (513) 861-0086 info(AT)

  • Services Offered: Dual Diagnosis, IOP

Darlene Bishop Home for Life

703 Union Road – Lebanon – OH – 45036

Mailing: PO Box 700 – Monroe – OH – 45050 Ph 513-423-5433 / 513-423-5150 – fax

Email: director(AT)

  • Christ-centered residential home for women ages 18 and older who are dealing with addictions, abuse, pregnancy and homelessness.
  • 9 to 12 month commitment
  • Medical Insurance/Co-pay/Prescription Medication

City Gospel Mission

1805 Dalton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45214

Ph 513-241-5525 / (513) 621-2873


Administrative offices, JobsPlus and Exodus: 1211 York Street, Cincinnati, OH 45214

Admin Office Phone: (513) 621-2873 JobsPlus Phone: (513) 241-1800

  • Men and women recovery programs/housing

Amethyst, Inc.

455 E. Mound Street, Columbus, OH 43215

Office • 614-242-1284 • Fax 614-242-1285 • Email: info(AT)

The Refuge Ministries Inc.

PO Box 163173 Columbus, OH 43216

Ph 614.991.0131 info(AT)

  • completely free, 13-month, faith-based rehabilitation ministry for men (ages 18+)

Rural Recovery

P.O. Box 724, Athens, Ohio 45701 ph 740- 593- 6152 / (866) 594-6510 / Fax: (740) 594-3013

Catherine Chelak, Program Director

HRS Administrative Office – 224 Columbus Road, P.O. Box 724, Athens, Ohio 45701

Phone: (740) 592-6724 / Toll-Free: (866) 614-9588 / TTY/TDD/Ohio Relay Service: (800) 750-0750

Fax: (740) 592-6728 Hours of Operation: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM M-F

  • Cost- Medicaid Ins.
  • Intake Hrs.- 7-3 PM
  • Length of stay- 4 months / Residential Living
  • Women
  • Dual diagnosis

Stepping Stone House

Portsmouth, OH

dbarber(AT) ph 740-354-6550 Contact- Rhonda Cline

  • Cost-100% paid thru medicaid,
  • Stepping Stone House have 24 beds / St. Lucy’s -48 beds
  • All Ohio Medicaid accepted
  • Intake Hrs.- 8-4PM Mon.- Thurs.
  • Length of Stay- 90 days

Teen Challenge

P.O Box 24099, Columbus , OH 43224 ph 614- 476- 4600 Email: thereishope1970(AT)

  • Cost: $750. 00 induction fee

Shepherd Hill

200 Messimer Drive, Newark, OH 43055

ShepherdHill(AT) ph (800) 223-6410 / 220-564-4877

Oriana House, Inc.

Administrative Office, P.O. Box 1501, Akron, Ohio 44309

Ph (330) 535-8116 / 330-996-7730 / Fax: (330) 996-2233


Harbor House

New Philadelphia, OH

Business Line: (330) 343-2778 / 330-343-8171 · 24-Hour Crisis Line: (330) 364-1374

Toll Free: (888) 214-3927

  • Domestic Violence Shelter and Substance Abuse Halfway House serving Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties in Ohio
  • Women only

ORCA House

1905 East 89th Street, Cleveland, OH 44106

Ph (216) 231-3772 info(AT)

  • Men / women’s house

Catholic Charities

Cleveland, OH contactus(AT)

Addiction Services Ph 216-634-7500 / 216.391.2030

Emergency Assistance

Cosgrove Center 216.781.8262

Lorain/8th Street 440.244.9915

St. Joseph’s Overnight Shelter 440.224.2179

Greg’s Place

216 N C St, Hamilton, OH 45013

Ph 513-285-8520 / (937) 204-8487 / Fax 513-512-5424

  • Men, Women and Children

New Life Mission Church

415 HENRY ST Hamilton OH 45011 US

Phone: 513.896.9800 / FAX: 513.896.9800 E-mail: info(AT)​

  • Faith based
  • detox/iop
  • also provide hot meals for lunch and resources

A New Day Recovery Detox has 9 beds available. They take Medicaid and will help place into Rehab straight from detox. Men and Women beds. It’s in Boardman Ohio and Rogers OH. There is no waiting list. It’s a 7 day detox that uses Subutex. If you or someone you know is looking please call the admission office at: 330-953-3401

Tom Williamson 419-203-6509. Ridgeview is in NW Ohio. Van Wert County. They do transport and will go to Chicago in situations. Good facility.


2849 Fischer Place, Cincinnati, OH 45211

Call Jonathan Price (AT) 513-484-1415

• Application on website or contact Catherine Bettecourt utopianoasis2014(AT)

• Men

Surest Path Recovery Center of Fremont

825 June St, Fremont, OH 43420​

Surest Path Recovery Center of Bloomville

22 Clinton St, Bloomville, OH 44818

P: 419-983-4100 / F: 419-983-4103

  • Medically Assisted Detox & Treatment for men and women
  • Accepts Ohio Medicaid

New Day Recovery

960 Boardman-Canfield Rd, Youngstown, OH 44512

Ph# (330) 953-3300 / (866) 299 8813 Facility Direct Line: (330) 953 1977 admissions(AT) (330) 953 – 3300 (BOARDMAN ADMISSIONS), (330) 822 – 0116 (ROGERS ADMISSIONS), (866) 299 – 8813 (ADMISSIONS TOLL FREE), (330) 953 – 1977 (BOARDMAN FACILITY), (330) 822 – 0148 (ROGERS FACILITY) 960 Boardman-Canfield Rd, Youngstown, OH 44512 or 9955 Union Ridge Rd, Rogers, OH 44455

  • Detox & Treatment for men and women
  • Ohio Medicaid accepted
  • 2 facilities

Life Changers Outreach

Men’s & Women’s Center, 202 Sugar Hollow Rd – Pigeon Forge, TN – 37863

info(AT) Ph (865) 403 – 0149

North Carolina WOMEN & Men CTR – 3182 OLD HENDERSONVILLE HWY. PISGAH FOREST, NC 28768 Ph (828) 713 – 8948

WEST VIRGINIA, MEN’S CENTER – 3184 HOLDEN RD, HOLDEN, WV 25625 Ph (304) 953 – 3959 West Virginia, Women’s Center – 3677 ROBERT C. BYRD DR, BECKLEY, WV 25801 Ph (304) 953 – 3987

ALASKA, WOMEN’S CENTER – 5500 WOLVERINE AVE, WASILLA, AK 99654 Ph (907) 370 – 3374

MISSOURI, MEN’S CENTER – 10409 STATE ROUTE BB, ROLLA, MO 65401 Ph (573) 405 – 0176

OHIO, MENS CENTER – 9267 OH-43, STREETSBORO, OH 44241 Ph (234) 400-9109

WASHINGTON, MEN’S CENTER – 16500 NE 27TH WY, VANCOUVER, WA 98684 Ph (206) 450-2359

  • 12-month discipleship program is for men and women
  • All facilities are smoke free
  • Free program
  • Application on website

Adams Recovery Center

Women’s Program, 1569 State Route 28, Loveland, OH 45140 Men’s Program. 1050 Old US Highway 52, New Richmond, OH 45157

Women’s 513 575-0968 / Men’s 513 553-7300 Email: info(AT) Website: Cassie 9am to 4pm and Jan 4pm-10pm daily. intake department (513) 386-4735 (Cassie) or (513) 405-1183 (Jan)

Detoxification Program, 2215 Hales Way, Williamsburg, Ohio 45176 Phone: 513 327-7101

intake department (513) 386-4735 (Cassie) or (513) 405-1183 (Jan)

  • men’s facility houses 32 residents, and women’s facility houses 30
  • Medicaid accepted
  • between ninety (90) and one-hundred and eighty (180) day program
  • you may smoke outside during designated times
  • No cell phones
  • visitation on Saturdays. There is a group session from 9 a.m. to noon, followed by visiting from 12:30 p.m.-2:45 p.m. Family is required to attend the group to have visitation.
  • Home passes are offered in programming. These are individualized and usually occur somewhere between 75-90 days in the program
  • Men in New Richmond, Women in Loveland.

Surest Path Recovery Center

Surest Path Recovery Center of Fremont, 825 June St, Fremont, OH 43420​ Surest Path Recovery Center of Bloomville, 22 Clinton St, Bloomville, OH 44818 P: 419-983-4100 or 419-603-8963 / F: 419-983-4103

  • Medicaid and Private Insurances Accepted
  • 30, 60 and 90-day treatment plans
  • Medication assisted recovery & treatment
  • Detox Services – Medically-supervised treatment

New Day Recovery

960 Boardman-Canfield Rd., Youngstown, OH 44512 / 9955 Union Ridge Rd., Rogers, OH 44455 / 150 Charles Ct., Newton Falls, OH 44444 (330) 953 – 3300 (ADMISSIONS) / (866) 299 8813 admissions(AT)

  • Online Admission form can be found on website
  • accept Ohio Medicaid
  • Residential treatment is broken up into phases. Each phase length varies by individual need and clients are assessed on a regular basis to determine which level of treatment is best suited for them individually.
  • Smoking allowed, must bring unopened cigarettes
  • No cell phones
  • Detox program – will also administer medication to help alleviate the negative physical effects of withdrawal

Parkman Recovery Center

4930 Enterprise Dr NW, Warren, OH 44481 p 330.787.0955 / f 330.787.8604 info(AT)

  • Open 24 Hour / accepts weekend admissions
  • Detox & Inpatient Treatment
  • Medicaid accepted
  • Dual Diag
  • smoking in designated outdoor areas
  • Akron, Canton & Kent Ohio

Hillsboro, Ohio Ohio MBTC

PO Box 529, Hillsboro, OH 45133 ph (937) 509-0373

Administrative Office – Mission Teens, Inc, PO Box 131, Glendora, NJ 08029 Ph (856) 782-7771

  • non-denominational Christian Discipleship ministry
  • program is divided up into four phases, each lasting 2-4 months.
  • Upon completion of the program, the person may be offered an additional 10-12 month staff-training program
  • Services are free
  • Adults (ages 18 and up)
  • both men and women
  • require some initial blood tests (and a pregnancy test for women) before accepting a person. *
  • the incoming resident may be required to have a return ticket (may be used in the event a person is asked to leave)
  • Any serious health or legal problems should be taken care of before coming into the center
  • any medical expenses are the responsibility of the resident

Land of Goshen

81 TOWNSHIP RD #349, IRONTON, OH 45638

PHONE: 740-442-7875/(740) 442-7758/FAX: 740-442-7876 Intake 304-916-8468 GOSHEN0991(AT)OUTLOOK.COM

  • Women’s residential SUD treatment center
  • 3-6 month faith-based
  • Holistic
  • Ohio Medicaid accepted

Ohio Residential and Halfway Houses – Self Pay and State Insurance

Columbus Area Integrated Health Services Inc/Bell Center

813 Bryden Road Columbus OH 43205 Franklin 614-251-6569 Intake 614-372-3000-x7301 Anthony Penn 899 East Broad Street Columbus OH 43205

Courage House Womens Recovery Center

74 Granville Street Newark OH 43055 Licking 740-345-5074 Intakes 740-522-8477 866-593-6330 Patrick Evans 80 Granville Street P.O. Box 4670 Newark OH 43055

Spencer House Mens Recovery Center

69 Granville Street Newark OH 43055 Licking 740-345-7030 Intakes 740-522-8477 866-593-6330 Patrick Evans Director 80 Granville Street P.O. Box 4670 Newark OH 43058


245 Beall Avenue Wooster OH 44691 Wayne 330-264-8498 Bobbi E Douglas Executive Director

One Eighty Beacon House

732 Spink Street Wooster OH 44691 Wayne 330-264-8498 Bobbi E Douglas Program Director

Behavioral Connections of Wood County Womens Residential Program

1033 Devlac Grove Bowling Green OH 43402 Wood 419-866-1693 Intake 419-352-6460 Debra D Bailey Manager Delvac Hall P.O. Box 29 Bowling Green OH 43402

Personal and Family Counseling Servs Harbor House

1433 5th Street Northwest New Philadelphia OH 44663 Tuscarawas 330-343-8171 Intake 330-343-2778-213 Hotline 330-364-1374 Ms Pamela L Trimmer CEO 1433 Fifth Street NW New Philadelphia OH 44663

CommQuest Wilson Hall Mens Residential Facility

1680 Nave Road Massillon OH 44646 Stark 330-830-8740 Intake 330-453-8252 Paul Lindenmuth Director

Commquest Services Smith House

811 Faircrest Street SW Canton OH 44706 Stark 330-837-1883 Intake 330-453-8252 April J Myers

CommQuest Services Inc CommQuest Deliverance House

1711 Spring Street NE Canton OH 44714 Stark 330-454-6800 Intake 330-453-8252 Ms Sheila Brown

Community Assessment and Treatment Services Inc

8411 Broadway Avenue Cleveland OH 44105 Cuyahoga 216-441-0200 Roxanne Wallace Executive Director

Townhall II Horizon Halfway House

5536 South Prospect Street Ravenna OH 44266 Portage 330-296-8590 Intakes 330-678-3006 866-449-8518 Robert Young Manager

Crossroads Counseling Services Inc New Outlook Halfway House

41481 Stenger Road Belmont OH 43718 Belmont (740) 782-1407 Hotline (888) 202-3900 Sandra Nicholoff Executive Director

Hitchcock Center for Women Inc

1227 Ansel Road Cleveland OH 44108 3323 Cuyahoga 216-421-0662 Intake 216-421-0662×124 Ms Mary Bazie

Crossroads Counseling Services Inc Awakenings Womens Residential Trt Ctr

116 Main Street Belmont OH 43718 Belmont 740-695-9447 Intake 888-202-3900 Hotline 888-202-3900 Sandra L Nicholoff P.O. Box 368 Belmont OH 43718

Joseph House Inc

1526 Republic Street Cincinnati OH 45202 Hamilton 513-241-2965 Mr Nate Pelletier Executive Director

Lake Geauga Recovery Centers Inc Drug Abuse/Lake House

42 East Jackson Street Painesville OH 44077 Lake 440-352-9607 Melanie J Blasko

Lake Geauga Recovery Centers Inc Drug Abuse/Oak House

800 Oak Street Painesville OH 44077 Lake 440-354-2848 Melanie J Blasko

Prospect House

682 Hawthorne Avenue Cincinnati OH 45205 Hamilton 513-921-1613 Intake 513-921-1613 David F Logan Director

Glenbeigh Outpatient Treatment

2863 State Route 45 P.O. Box 298 Rock Creek OH 44084 Ashtabula 440-951-7000 Intake 440-563-3400 Pat Weston-Hall Director


Alliance City Health Department

Services Provided: Free Narcan/Naloxone Kits
Address: 537 E. Market St

City: Alliance

State: OH

County: Stark

Zip: 44601

Phone : 330-821-7373 ext. 13

Website :

Project DAWN-Deaths Avoided With Naloxone

is now available at the health department. Overdose prevention kits are now available to people at risk for overdose from a prescription opioid medication or heroin or to family members for individuals at risk of overdose. For more information contact Sharon Andreani, Nursing Director at 330-821-7373 x 13.



2421 13th Street NW

Canton, Ohio 44708


Kits available 24 hours a day 7 days a week


537 E. Market St.

Alliance, OH 44601

330-821-7373 Ext. 13


Canton Office

1341 Market Avenue North

Canton, Ohio 44714


Massillon Office

46 Federal Avenue NW, Suite 1

Massillon, OH 44647

Alliance Office

1207 West State Street, Suite F

Alliance, OH 44601

Minerva Office

620 East Lincoln Way

Minerva, OH 44657


(cost $45-$150)

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