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Alcohol & Drug Treatment & Prevention Programs

Attention, if you are in crisis and need immediate help:

Africentric Personal Development Shop (APDS)

Non-profit behavioral healthcare agency providing alcohol and drug treatment, licensed counseling, domestic violence education and intervention programs, and support services for families affected by addiction. They also offer a summer camp, UCANN Serve and UCANN Lead programs for ages 11-17 to experience mentorship and civic engagement, Urban GEMS science and gardening after-school program for ages 12-19, and awards two scholarships per year for youth ages 17-22 pursuing higher education. The organization was founded by and centers the African community but serves all regardless of race, gender, disability, or economic status.
1409 East Livingstone Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 253-4448
apdsinc.org

Alvis

Offers supportive services to adults and families involved in the criminal justice system. Referrals are required to receive services. Call for details.

  • Reentry Services: Helps people transitioning from the corrections system back into the community. Services include cognitive-behavioral treatment at their residential reentry center, alcohol and drug addiction treatment, workforce development, case management, mentoring, housing assistance, and links to community services and support.
  • Behavioral Healthcare: Offers traditional and intensive outpatient therapy and psychiatry, supportive housing, substance abuse treatment, job readiness, and trauma treatment.
  • Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Services: Includes residential care, behavioral intervention, vocational/job readiness skills training and supported living.
  • Family & Children’s Program: Supports children whose parents are justice-system-involved or suffering from substance abuse. Offers parenting programs, developmental assessments, critical needs free pantry, clinical services for children, and reunification activities.

2100 Stella Court, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 252-8402
alvis180.org

Amethyst

Program: individual and group intensive office-based counseling for women dependent on alcohol or drugs, housing for adult women and their children who are homeless and dependent on alcohol or drugs.
Eligibility: females (no males), age 18 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization
455 East Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 242-1284
alvis180.org/services/recovery-services/amethyst

Bamboo Health Treatment Connection (Substance Use & Mental Health Online Search)

Search for treatment facilities near you and filter the results based on your specific needs. Learn about the different types of treatment options, what facilities have availability and take their interactive assessment to see which may be right for you.
treatmentconnection.com

Bassett House

Program: intensive residential treatment facility for adolescents with severe drug and alcohol problems, individual and group counseling, family therapy, case management, on-campus school program, no psychiatry, no inpatient detox programs
Eligibility: age 13 to 18
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization
224 Columbus Road, Athens, Ohio 45701
(740) 594-8108
hrs.org/bassett-house

Buckeye Ranch

Provides family-focused mental health treatment and services for behavioral, emotional and substance-abuse disorders to children and families.
Programs: in-home treatment, intensive and non-intensive residential treatment, family and outpatient counselingfoster care services, transitional living services, case management, alternative education day treatment, Permanent Family Solutions Network, Somali Outreach Program
Eligibility: ages vary per program
Cost
: Fees range depending on the type of care needed, some service costs are offset by Medicaid, or the client’s local Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Board
Referral
: For in-home and office-based services, individuals may refer themselves or be referred by their doctor. For residential services, referrals must come from the courts, the county or another referring agency.

  • East Main Street
    4653 East Main Street, Whitehall, Ohio 43213
    Offerings: Same Day Access, Permanent Family Solutions Network (PFSN), Foster Care, Bridges, Clinical community Based Programs, Outpatient, Medication Management
  • Grove City
    5665 Hoover Road, Grove City, Ohio 43123
    Offerings: Residential programs, Outpatient counseling, and Training
  • West Broad (Hilltop)
    2865 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    Offerings: Same Day Access, The Bonner Academy, Outpatient Counseling, Home-Based Services, and Multisystemic Therapy Team (MST)
  • Columbus – My Place
    1625 East Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    Offerings: Transitional Living Facility
  • Newark
    195 Union Street, Suite B-3, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (800) 859-5665
    Offerings: Foster care

(614) 875-2371
Intake/Referral: (614) 384-7798
buckeyeranch.org

Columbus Springs

Mental health provider treating most major mental illnesses at multiple locations in Columbus, Ohio.
Program: 24/7 emergency mental health crisis services for adults 18+, inpatient therapy, outpatient therapy, detox / substance use rehabilitation, “Changes” partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) services for youth
Eligibility: Adults 18+, youth ages 12-18 for Changes programs
Cost: Accepts most private insurance and Medicaid/Medicare
Referral: Accepts community referrals and self-referrals

  • Dublin: 7625 Hospital Drive, Dublin, Ohio 43016
  • East: 2085 Citygate Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43219
  • Changes: 6810 Perimeter Drive, Dublin, Ohio 43016
    (614) 495-8840
  • Changes Pickerington: 1310 Hill Road North, Pickerington, Ohio 43147
    (614) 962-6488

24/7 Main Phone Line and Emergency Services: (614) 495-9580 or (614) 408-5491
columbussprings.com

Columbus Urban League (CUL)

A community‐based, non‐profit, advocacy organization that works to empower Black and urban communities through economic, educational and social progress with programs, classes and services.

788 Mount Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203
(614) 257-6300
cul.org

Community for New Direction (CND)

Non-profit agency that provides services for adults and youth in three areas: prevention, intervention, and treatment. Youth services include a Summer Day Camp, after-school program, and in-school program. They teach leadership development, anti-bullying and violence prevention, job readiness, college preparedness, and focus on ATOD-V (alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, as well as violence) education. They also take high-school aged youth on an annual college tour and offer a FOCUS (Future Opportunities Created for Urban Students) program.

  • East Office: 993 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
  • West Office: 2096 West Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43223
  • South Office: 1008 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205
  • Outpatient Treatment Services: 1000 Atcheson Street, Columbus, Ohio 43203

Main Phone: (614) 272-1464
Treatment Services Phone: (614) 252-4941
cndcolumbus.org

CompDrug

Program: offers medically assisted treatment (MAT) programs (methadone, buprenorphine/suboxone, and naltrexone/vivitrol), outpatient treatment gender-specific programs, group counseling, residential alcohol and drug treatment programs, pregnancy and parenting support, and an HIV early intervention program
Eligibility: age 18 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), self-pay, no private insurance
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization
Main Building: 547 East Eleventh Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
Fields Building: 1420 Fields Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43211
Youth to Youth/Prevention Building: 118 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 224-4506
compdrug.org

Concord Counseling Services

Program: psychiatric and medical services, outpatient drug and alcohol treatment, permanent supportive housing, counseling; suicide prevention, free support groups and respite care; school-based prevention programs for students in the Westerville, New Albany, Groveport Madison and Gahanna-Jefferson school districts
Eligibility: ages 3-17, and ages 18 and older for substance abuse counseling
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
700 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, Ohio 43081

  • Intake: (614) 882-9338
  • Franklin County Emergency: (614) 276-2273
  • Delaware County Emergency: (800) 684-2324

concordcounseling.org

Crossroads Recovery Services

Program: Office-based individual and group abstinence-based  alcohol and drug counseling, marijuana group counseling, domestic violence counseling (for offenders), mental health counseling for people with drug or alcohol abuse issues, drug testing, anger management program for adults; they also provide support to DUI offenders in fulfilling their court assigned responsibilities and DUI weekend programs
Eligibility: Age 18 and older
Cost: Self-pay only
Referral: Individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
1364 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43207
(614) 445-0352
ohio-dip.com

Directions Counseling Group

Program: In-person and telehealth counseling for mental health concerns such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, or behavior management. Specializations include autism, teen counseling, marriage and family counseling, divorce and separation, trauma/PTSD, anger management, play therapy, grief and loss, parenting, and substance abuse. They do not offer Psychiatry.
Eligibility: Age 3 and older
Cost: Self-pay only (sliding scale fees based on income), No government insurance, No private insurance (although patients may choose to bill their insurance company themselves)
Referral: Individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
1480 Manning Parkway Powell, Ohio 43065
(614) 888-9200
directionscounseling.com

Directions for Youth & Families (DFYF)

Program: Offers youth and their families mental and behavioral health services. Licensed social workers and counselors provide counseling and clinical treatment programs addressing a range of issues including school concerns, sexual abuse, delinquency, domestic violence, family conflict, substance abuse and mental health issues. They also offer parenting classes, free kindergarten readiness programs, and after-school and summer programs at their two youth centers.
Eligibility: Varies per program, serves those from 6 weeks old up to 21 years old.
Cost: Government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income); most programs are free.
Referral:
Individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else for counseling programs; psychiatric services require referral through a Directions for Youth counselor.

  • DFYF Main Office: 1515 Indianola Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
    (614) 294-2661
  • Ohio Avenue Youth Center: 657 South Ohio Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 258-8043
  • Crittenton Center: 3840 Kimberly Parkway, Columbus, Ohio 43232
    (614) 694-0214

Central Intake: (614) 294-2661
dfyf.org

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) – Safe Drug Disposal

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has created safe and secure drop box locations to appropriately dispose of any unused or expired pain reliever medications. Visit the website to find a safe disposal location.
apps2.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/pubdispsearch/spring/main?execution=e2s1

Family Services/Community Services for the Deaf

Nonprofit providing counseling and community based social services in Southwestern Ohio. Their community services for the Deaf include ASL classes, interpreting, case management, and youth programs. They offer specialized counseling services for sexual abuse, domestic violence, eating disorders, and trauma recovery. They also host groups for justice-involved individuals, perpetrators of domestic violence, alcohol and drug recovery.
2211 Arbor Boulevard, Moraine, Ohio 45439
(937) 222-9481
Video Phone: (937) 641-8187
fsadayton.org

Franklin County Public Health (FCPH)

Find lots of educational resources and city services on their website. FCPH offers many services and resources, including:

280 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 525-3160
Weekend, Holiday and After Hours Emergency Hotline: (614) 525-3965
Telecommunications for the Deaf: 711 or (800) 750-0750
myfcph.org

Hope 4 2Morrow Counseling & Treatment Center

Serves: Youth and adolescents ages 9-21, adults ages 18 and up, expectant mothers and their children
Provides compassionate, integrated mental health and substance use disorder treatment through evidence based practices, including Trauma Informed Care Interventions. They offer individual and group counseling, mental health and SUD treatment, detox, inpatient, outpatient, PHP treatment, residential youth programs, after school programs, sober living homes, transitional living homes, and safe-houses for victims of human trafficking or domestic violence. They also offer LGBTQ+ peer support, GED classes, and parenting classes. The Mother and Children’s program includes a daycare for parents to utilize while receiving treatment. Cost varies depending on the service, but they accept Medicaid, private insurance, HSA, out-of-pocket, payment plans, scholarships, and grants.
Main Office/Adult Program: 2323 Lake Club Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43232
(614) 604-8573
Youth Program: 2044 Lockbourne Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43207
(614) 824-2835
hope42morrowservices.com

Hope Thru Housing

A residential drug addiction and alcohol treatment center that enables individuals to be productive, recovering members of the community by providing a comprehensive treatment program, work-based vocational training, education, and continuing care.
7082 Huntley Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
(614) 825-6025
hthohio.org

House of Hope

Program: residential programs (sober living housing), outpatient counseling for adults who are dependent or abuse alcohol and drugs, assessments, individual counseling, group counseling, awareness groups, opiate recovery program and case management
Eligibility: age 18 and older (males only for the residential program)
Cost: sliding fee scale with proof of employment, government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization
825 Dennison Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 291-4691
Program for Men on Vivitrol: (614) 443-2777
hofhope.org

Jordan’s Crossing Resource Center

Serves those struggling with homelessness and substance use on the west side of Columbus. Services include daily meals and narcan distribution, clothing, documentation/ID assistance, laundry and shower services, cooling and heating stations, and more.
342 North Hague Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204
(614) 507-3246
jordanscrossingcolumbus.org
facebook.com/jordanscrossingcolumbus

Maryhaven

Specializes in the treatment of people who are dependent on/addicted to drugs and alcohol.
Program: inpatient, outpatient and group substance abuse counseling, gender-based stabilization center, family recovery housing and support for pregnant women; homeless services, gambling addiction treatment, family counseling; mental health treatment (including psychiatry), and medically assisted treatment for those struggling from opioid addiction
Eligibility: age 13 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • 1791 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43207
  • 88 North Sandusky Street, Delaware, Ohio 43015
  • 715 South Plum Street, Marysville, Ohio 43040
  • 333 East Center Street, Marion, Ohio 43302
  • 1430 S. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43207
  • 245 Neal Avenue, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338

(614) 445-8131
maryhaven.com

Mid-Ohio Psychological Services (MOPS)

Program: Agency providing mental health, substance abuse, and prevention services for individuals. Services include mental health assessment, counseling, psychiatry, home-based therapy, case management, municipal court services, and telehealth. Special Programs include Aggression Management, Alcohol and Drugs, Sexually Abusive Behavior Program, and Therapeutic Behavioral Services intervention program.
Elibility: Children, adolescents and individuals in Fairfield, Franklin, Licking, and Delaware counties.
Cost: Medicaid is accepted and other health insurances will cover, and self-pay. Contact directly for more specific information on services and payment options.
Referral: Individuals may refer themselves or be referred by parents, physician or organization

  • Franklin County: 2238 South Hamilton Road, Columbus, Ohio 43232
    (614) 751-0042
  • Fairfield County: 106 Starret Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
    (740) 687-0042
  • Licking County: 68 West Church Street, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (740) 281-1777
  • Delaware County: 106 Stover Drive, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 417-9265

mopsohio.com

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) for Teens

This online site helps adolescents ages 11 through 15 (as well as their parents and teachers) learn about drugs and the effects of drug use.
teens.drugabuse.gov

National Youth Advocate Program (NYAP)

Program: Offers an array of therapeutic services for youth and families including; foster parent training, kinship care and adoption support, community-based and home-based behavioral/mental health services, group living care, independent and transitional living services, case management, substance abuse treatment, services for sexually reactive children, and services for youth involved in the juvenile justice system.
Eligibility: Ages 5 to 21
Cost: Government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: Individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else

  • Administrative Office: 1801 Watermark Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (877) 692-7226
  • 527 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 227-9444
  • 1303 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (800) 256-5001
  • 431 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 227-9420
  • 1395 East Dublin Granville Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 987-7200
  • 59 Grant Street, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (740) 349-7511
  • Adoption Services: (937) 277-6101

nyap.org

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Big Lots Behavioral Health Services & Community Resource Directory

Offers medical, psychiatry and counseling services and year-round programming for children and teens, including help with substance abuse, anger issues, behavior problems, ADHD, exposure to violence, depression, anxiety and self-harm behaviors for children up to age 21, at several locations throughout Columbus. Visit their online Community Behavioral Health Resource Directory to find behavioral health services throughout the state of Ohio.
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 355-8080
nationwidechildrens.org/behavioral-health

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Medication Assisted Treatment for Addiction (MATA) Program

MATA is an outpatient program for young adults, 14 to 21 years of age, who are addicted to prescription opiates or heroin. Patients entering the program undergo a complete medical and addiction evaluation and are required to have a complete drug and alcohol assessment in the community and follow recommendations for treatment.
Livingston Ambulatory Center
380 Butterfly Gardens Drive, Suite 3A, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 355-8614
nationwidechildrens.org/mata

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Substance Use Treatment & Recovery Program (STAR)

Helps teens and young adults with substance use (also called drug use) disorders. People ages 12 to 25 can receive outpatient care at the Substance Use Treatment and Recovery Program (formerly called Medication Assisted Treatment for Addiction). This program, located in the Livingston Ambulatory Center, is part of the Division of Adolescent Medicine. The STAR team works together with the patient and family to figure out the best plan for treatment. They also work with community partners to provide medical, mental and behavioral health care for every patient. Their tobacco cessation services help teens quit e-cigs, vaping and smoking.
380 Butterfly Gardens Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 355-8614
nationwidechildrens.org/specialties/substance-use-treatment-and-recovery-program

Netcare Access

Provides specialized behavioral health treatment for adults in Franklin County, including specialized services for adults age 18+ with a dual diagnosis of mental illness and and/or developmental disabilities. The Community Mobile Team provides free, on-the-scene care for individuals in a mental health or substance use crisis, and Community Crisis Response (CCR) provides on-the-scene response to traumatic situations that occur within the community. They also offer non-crisis assessments, stabilization and residential services, probate and forensic services to county court systems, counseling, medication management, and case management. No one is turned away due to lack of funds. They use the Franklin County ADAMH Sliding Fee Schedule for those without insurance, in addition to accepting Medicaid and Medicare.
199 South Central Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43223
24/7 Crisis Care Line: (614) 276-2273
Homeless Hotline: (614) 274-7000
Administrative Offices: (614) 274-9500
netcareaccess.org

Never Use Alone

Provides a life-saving point of contact for people who use drugs, to help increase their odds of surviving an overdose. If you are going to use by yourself, you can call their hotline. You will be asked for your first name, location, and the number you are calling from. An operator will stay on the line with you while you use. If you stop responding after using, the operator will notify emergency services of an “unresponsive person” at your location. If you are interested in getting help, they have resources available for you.
(800) 484-3731
neverusealone.com

North Central Mental Health Services

Program: Provides mental health and substance abuse counseling (individual and group) and psychiatry.
Eligibility: children, teens and adults
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), occasionally self-pay, no private insurance
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • North Central Mental Health Services
    1301 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43201
    (614) 299-6600
  • Family Focus
    1301 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43201
    (614) 227-6865
  • North Central Counseling
    338 Granville Street, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
    (614) 475-7090

ncmhs.org

North Community Counseling Centers (NCCC)

Program: Provides medical/psychiatric care, case management, office-based and school-based counseling programs for teens and adults in need of mental and/or behavioral health care; and substance abuse counseling for adults
Eligibility: age 12 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance on a case-by-case basis and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • North
    1855 East Dublin Granville Road, Suite 204, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 267-7003
  • Westgate
    3556 Sullivant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 827-1307
  • Bridge
    4897 Karl Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 846-2588
  • Center for New Americans
    1299 McNaughten Road, Columbus, Ohio 43232
    (614) 582-2368

Intake: (614) 261-3196
northcommunity.com

Ohio Guidestone

Serves: Single Adults & Families, Youth & Teens
Provides a variety of behavioral health services for adults and families throughout Northern and Central Ohio. Services include psychiatry, respite care, job training, care coordination, foster parent training and support, substance abuse and addiction recovery and more.
General Information: (844) 622-5564
Cuyahoga County Crisis Line: (440) 260-8595
Services: ohioguidestone.org/services
Locations: ohioguidestone.org/locations

Ohio Opioid Education Alliance (Beat the Stigma)

Provides information and resources to help prevent the individuals from abusing prescription opioids. Click the link to find a secure drop box to dispose of leftover pills. If you know about or suspect opioid abuse call:

  • OhioMHAS (The Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services): (877) 275-6364
  • Partnership for Drug-Free Kids: (855) 378-4373
  • SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration): (800) 622-4357
  • Crisis text line: Text “4HOPE” to 741741

beatthestigma.org

Ohio State University (OSU) Talbot Addiction Medicine

Program: office-based substance abuse counseling, crisis management, inpatient and intensive services for adults, adult detox services
Eligibility:
 age 18 and older
Cost:
private insurance, no self-pay, limited acceptance of government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource)
Referral:
individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician

  • Talbot Hall: 1441 Phale D. Hale Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43203
  • Harding Hospital: 1670 Upham Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43210

(614) 257-3760
wexnermedical.osu.edu/mental-behavioral/addiction-drugs

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

This website offers helpful advice, extensive information about drug and alcohol use, free online trainings, and support groups for parents. Text, call or email the free and confidential helpline. Visit the website for contact information. Support is available in both English and Spanish.
711 Third Avenue, New York, New York 10017
(212) 841-5200
Hotline: Text CONNECT to 55753
drugfree.org/get-support

Prevention Action Alliance (PAA)

Provides leadership, advocacy and programs to promote healthy lives through prevention of drug abuse and related problems.
6171 Huntley Road, Suite G, Columbus, Ohio 43229
(614) 540-9985
preventionactionalliance.org

Refuge Ministries

Provides faith-based, free residential rehabilitation services, including addiction recovery for men and women ages 18 and older. They help men and women transition from homelessness to home-ownership.
PO Box 163173, Columbus, Ohio 43216
(614) 991-0131
therefugeohio.org

S.A.F.E.R. (Safety, Acceptance, Focus, Engagement, Resilience)

A First Responder Deflection program for individuals actively using drugs and at risk for overdose in Franklin County. The multidisciplinary team works to redirect individuals using drugs away from jails or emergency departments and toward community-based treatment. Using a non-judgmental approach rooted in addiction science, S.A.F.E.R. is the gateway to treatment services when an individual reaches the Action Stage of Change. Those needing screening and linkage to treatment, or in need of Naloxone and Fentanyl Test Strips are prioritized. Walk-ins are accepted for addiction-related needs. All other services require appointment with a peer recovery supporter or community health workers. After-hours appointments may be available with select staff. Services include recovery support and case management, transportation to treatment, and community outreach.
368 West Park Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43223 (COTA Stop #2691)
(614) 525-2112
jpp.franklincountyohio.gov

Salvation Army

Serves: Single Adults & Families
Offers various faith-based services for Central Ohio families. Housing Services include finding housing, financial assistance, and case management. They also offer programs for youth after-school programming and tutoring, food assistance, emergency utility assistance, support for human trafficking survivors, and addiction recovery. Their thrift stores offer items at bargain prices to fund programs. You can find thrift store, church locations, and program details on their website.

  • Administrative Office
    966 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 253-6811 or (800) 725-2769
  • Housing Service Locations
    Franklin County: 966 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    Delaware & Union Counties: 3769 Columbus Pike, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    Morrow County: 644 West Marion Street, Mount Gilead, Ohio 43338
    Homeless Hotline: (614) 274-7000
  • Youth Learning Centers
    Linden: 3662 Karl Road, Columbus, Ohio 43224
    Hilltop: 2300 West Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 437-2159
  • Food Pantries: Call to schedule an appointment
    Franklin County: (614) 341-2282
    Delaware County: (740) 369-5301
    Union County: (740) 363-9487
    Senior Food Boxes: (614) 437-2134
  • Human Trafficking Services:
    24/7 Hotline: (888) 373-7888
    (614) 358-2614
  • Addiction Rehabilitation Center: Serves men struggling with addiction
    (614) 221-4269
  • Emergency Utility Assistance:
    Use the link to find a caseworker in your zip code for assistance.
    easternusa.salvationarmy.org/southwest-ohio/central-ohio/caseworker-zip-code-list/

easternusa.salvationarmy.org/southwest-ohio/central-ohio/home

SOAR Initiative

Builds healthy communities for people who use drugs through harm reduction strategies. Go online to order free test strips for delivery anywhere in Ohio, order free naloxone, and sign up for Deadly Batch Alerts. They also provide a resource map for Central Ohio, and resources for accessing test strips elsewhere in the United States.
10 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Text ‘SOAR’ for Overdose Surge and Deadly Batch Alerts in Central Ohio: (614) 768-7627
thesoarinitiative.org

Southeast Vocational Services

Supports individuals in overcoming emotional and other challenges by focusing on employment, economic stability and life skills. Project Work provides temporary employment to individuals with a history of severe and persistent mental illness and substance use disorders who may have history of finding or maintaining employment. They also offer job readiness training, resume writing, interview skills, vocational goal-planning, and more.

  • Franklin County: 16 West Long Street, Columbus, OH 43215
    (614) 225-0980
  • Delaware County: 824 Bowtown Road, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 695-7795
  • Morrow County: 651 West Marion Road, Mount Gilead, Ohio 43338
    (419) 949-2000
  • Belmont County: 68353 Bannock Road, Saint Clairsville, Ohio 43950
    (740) 695-9344

General: (614) 225-0990
southeasthc.org/services/vocational-services

Southeast, Inc.

Program: Provides a wide-ranging provider of primary and dental care, group and individual counseling for youth with mental health and substance abuse problems, outpatient services, psychiatry and case management. They offer services in multiple counties in Ohio.
Eligibility: age 3 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician
16 West Long Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 225–0990 or 711 for Relay Service (TTY)southeasthc.org/Franklin County Locations: southeasthc.org/locations/franklin-county/Additional County Locations: southeasthc.org/locations/

St. John’s Episcopal Church

Church serving the Franklinton community. The Street Church program gathers in the parking lot of PNC Bank at the corner of Broad Street and Central Ave at 1PM for every Sunday for a prayer service and free meal. Jericho’s Light Club is a series of free meals inside the church each Friday and Saturday evening, and they host Sacred Table Dinners at various locations in the community twice a month. Recovery Café is a free sobriety support group, where all who seek to achieve or maintain sobriety are welcome. Check the online Event Calendar or call for details.

  • St. John’s: 1003 West Town Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222
    (614) 221-9328
    st-johns-columbus.org
  • Recovery Café: 61 South Powell Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43222
    (614) 372-6660
    cupofpurpose.org

Start Talking Ohio

A website created by the State of Ohio to increase parents’ knowledge and improve their confidence in speaking with youth about substance use, particularly prescription drugs. It also provides action steps they can take to help children resist peer pressure to use.
starttalking.ohio.gov

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Treatment Services Locator

Government agency working to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness. Their website offers educational resources on a wide range of mental health topics from what to expect during treatment, to harm reduction, to child development. The service locator is a confidential and anonymous source of information for people seeking treatment facilities for substance abuse, addiction or mental health problems.
National Helpline: (800) 662-4357
Emotional Distress related to Disasters Helpline: call or text (800) 985-5990 to be connected with a trained counselor
Behavioral Health & Substance Use Treatment Services Locator: findtreatment.samhsa.gov
www.samhsa.gov

Syntero

Program: Offers outpatient mental health, trauma, grief and other behavioral health counseling; case management services, school-based therapeutic intervention and prevention services; intensive outpatient program for substance use disorder. They also offer mentoring, integrated primary care, Help Me Grow and more.
Eligibility: age 4 and older, but varies depending on the program
Cost: Medicaid, private insurance, self-pay, sliding fee scale for uninsured Franklin County residents
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization. Visit the website for intake forms.

  • 299 Cramer Creek Court, Dublin, Ohio 43017
    (614) 889-5722
  • 3645 Ridge Mill Drive, Hilliard, Ohio 43026
    (614) 457-7876
  • 3433 Agler Road, Suite 2000, Columbus, Ohio 43219
    (614) 600-2708
  • 7100 Graphics Way, Suite 3100, Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
    (740) 428-0428

New Clients: (614) 889-5722, ext. 133
syntero.org

Take Charge Ohio

This is an initiative to help use pain medication safely and responsibly to minimize the risk of drug misuse, dependency and addiction. The website provides printable resources on safe medication, helps people safely dispose of medications that are no longer needed, and provides information about alternative, non-opioid pain management therapies. They also list a helpline, various hotlines and additional resources for the general public, health care professionals and patients.
Helpline: (877) 275-6364
takecharge.ohio.gov

The Recovery Village Columbus

Provides in-depth solutions for drug and alcohol abuse and co-occurring mental health issues (like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or trauma).
Program: medical detox, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient program, outpatient rehab, aftercare, co-occurring disorders
Eligibility: age 18 and older
Cost: private insurance, no government insurance of sliding scale
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization
3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard, Groveport, Ohio 43125
Intake: (614) 362-1686 or (877) 776-1577
columbusrecoverycenter.com
Find Ohio Rehab Programs: therecoveryvillage.com/local-rehab-resources/ohio
Resource list: therecoveryvillage.com/resources

The Woods at Parkside

Program: Provides medical detox services, residential services, and intensive office-based substance abuse counseling.
Eligibility: age 18 and older
Cost: private insurance, self-pay, no government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization
349 Olde Ridenour Road, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
(614) 858-3197
thewoodsatparkside.com

Tyler’s Light

A non-profit foundation that helps youth choose a drug-free life, while also providing resources for family members and friends who are involved in the battle to defeat drug abuse. On their website there are many events, tools and contacts for anyone needing help.
tylerslight.com

Urban Minority Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Outreach Program (UMADAOP) of Franklin County

Offers substance abuse treatment, prevention, and recovery support programs for communities of color in Central Ohio using culturally specific, evidence-based strategies. They offer anger management, domestic violence prevention and parenting classes for adults. Youth programming includes in-school, after-school, and summer camp. They also offer training opportunities for professionals and events for the community. Call or email the organization to register for a program.
700 Bryden Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 227-9694 or (614) 403-3136
umadaopfc.com

Youth to Youth International

A community-based drug prevention and youth leadership program for middle school and high school students. The goal of its many projects is harnessing the powerful influence of peer pressure, making it a positive force that encourages youth to live free of tobacco, alcohol and drugs. Call for meeting schedules and more information.
118 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43125
(614) 224-4506
youthtoyouth.org


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