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Haven House Emergency Shelter

Mission Statement/Purpose

Haven House is committed to helping provide physical, emotional and spiritual support to homeless children and families. Beyond providing emergency shelter and food, its goals are to minimize the psychological trauma of homelessness insofar as it can, and to facilitate the family’s smoothest and most rapid transition possible to a more stable and permanent future.


Heroin HopeLine

One City Against Heroin

The Heroin HopeLine is a completely free service established to provide a safe place for those suffering with substance use disease and their loved ones to reach out for support and understanding. Our care coordinators can help you and your family navigate the complex and challenging system of addiction treatment. We provide hope - not blame or shame - and we can fight addiction together.

When you call the hopeline, you'll be connected to a caring person who will listen to you and answer all the questions you might be afraid to ask. We don't report to any agencies, and our conversation can be anonymous if preferred. We just listen and then provide you with resources to help break the cycle of addiction. The care coordinators can provide information on these topics and more:

Clinton/Warren Counties: 877-695-6333

Butler County: 844-427-4747

Highview Center

10 S. Highview Rd. Middletown, Ohio 45044

Men/Women and Adolescents

Individualized Counseling

Assists with Depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar, ADHD/ADD, Drug/Alcohol Issues, and more... Check out the website for further information.


Hope House Mission

Men Shelter

Women/Children Shelter


  • Hope House resident works on his resume and computer skills

    Birth Certificate and I.D. Card Location Assistance

  • Case Management and Goal Setting (Weekly)

  • Chapel Services and Bible Studies (Optional)

  • Child and Teen Activities

  • Classes: Motivational; Life Management Skills; Addictive Behavior; Parenting; GED

  • Collaboration with Civic Entities and Local Businesses to Impact Poverty

  • Counseling Resources

  • Along with many other services... Check out the website for further information.


Hotel California By The Sea

4705 Lake Forrest Dr. Cincinnati, Ohio 45242

Private Insurance


Offers: Case Management, Outpatient Treatment, Housing Accommodations, 12 Step Program,  Mindfulness/Meditation Therapy, Relapse Prevention, Group Therapy, EMDR Therapy, CBT Therapy,  and DBT Therapy. Check out website for further information.


House Of Hope

825 Dennison Ave. Columbus, Ohio 43215

Men Only(Franklin County Residents Only)

Residential/Outpatient/Recovery Residences

Check out the website for further information.


Hamilton County Coalition

The Hamilton County Heroin Coalition provides Countywide and regional leadership and solutions to address the heroin and opiate epidemic both immediately and in the long-term. We are committed to assisting our residents and neighbors with the emergency support that they need, as well as working to prevent the spread of drug use in our youth before it begins. Through collaboration between public health officials, law enforcement, prevention experts and treatment providers, we can make an impact on this pressing public health and public safety issue.


Interfaith Hospitality Network

990 Nassau St. Cincinnati, Ohio 45206

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati (IHNGC) provides Emergency Shelter and housing programs for homeless families in Cincinnati, Ohio and surrounding areas. IHNGC provides the tools, resources, and support that families need to overcome homelessness and achieve long-term stability. Check out the website for further information.


Jeremiah Tree

P.O. Box E Xenia, Ohio 45385

Offers services to the homeless, addicted, and impoverished.  Jeremiah Tree also offers a 12 month Residential Program for Men Only at The Tree House. Check out the website for further information.

Residential Program Contact: 937-207-0039


Joshua Recovery Ministries

70 Birch Alley Suite 240 Beavercreek, Ohio 45440

Men Recovery Housing Program

Alcohol and Drug in-house Recovery Program Policy

  • JRM will not take known recurring violent criminals, arson, or known sex offenders or persons with known open warrants as residents into the recovery program.

  • All residents must have at least 30  days sobriety to enter the housing program, preferably from a residential program.  Only the Troy house residents will be accepted into the residential program after 10 days of sobriety in a county detox facility.  All residents must test clean before entering into the housing program. 

  • JRM is not equipped to handle long-term illness; if this occurs the resident must look for another facility.  

  • JRM will not be responsible for items left behind by clients who leave the program and will dispose of the items in 14 days after the resident has left the housing area.

  • No one under 18 years of age will be admitted as a JRM house resident.

  • Zero tolerance – No drugs, alcohol, weapons, gambling, theft or sexual misconduct. 

  • Must be able to obtain employment after the first 30 days of in-house requirements or go to work at day labor organizations

  • All house residents must participate in Church, Bible Study, and recovery meetings daily and weekly as scheduled.

Program Outline: Core Program length is six months

  • Residents are required to attend Professional Christian Counseling weekly or bi-weekly to help with the healing process from addiction.  

  • Daily Devotions for encouragement in recovery 

  • Christian 12 Step 

  • Recovery Church Service weekly  

  • Nightly meetings required: either Church, Bible Study or AA/NA meetings  

  • Life-Skills training and Crown Financial to manage money    

  • Mission work is encouraged the first 30 days and thereafter do a couple hours of work each week to give back to the community 

  • Encouraged to build clean, healthy and accountable relationships with others 

  • Life Coach—helps with Life Recovery Plan 

Extended Program 3 months: Recommended 

Men start to work on new life plan, Building Community, Cell, Serving others; create budget per Crown financial principles for their new life start. 


Kettering Health Network

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Kettering Behavioral Medicine

5350 Lamme Rd
Dayton, OH 45439
P: (937) 534-4620

Fort Hamilton Hospital

630 Eaton Ave
Hamilton, OH 45013
P: (513) 867-2436

Grandview Medical Center

405 W Grand Ave
Dayton, OH 45405
P: (937) 723-3200

Kettering Counseling Care Center

2115 Leiter Rd, Suite 400
Miamisburg, OH 45342
P: (937) 384-6920

Treat Depression, Mood Disorders, ADHD, and more...   Check out the website for further information.



LifeSpan Services

1900 Fairgrove Ave. Hamilton, Ohio 45011

Services Provided: Representative Payee Program, Financial Counseling and Education, School Based Support Services,  and more... Check out the website for further information.


Lima Recovery

617 N. Jameson Ave. Lima, Ohio 45805

Accepts Self Pay


The Lima Opiate Recovery Clinic offers solutions for addictions to heroin, opiate pain killers and more. Our professional staff is dedicated to creating a custom rehab program to best fit your needs and provide the highest chance for your addiction recovery.

Drug counseling and addiction therapy are provided on the same visit – helping reduce the frustration of scheduling appointments for each. Our certified suboxone doctors have over 20 years experience in assisting substance abusers get the treatment that helps break their addictions. Prescriptions for Suboxone are available through our medical team and can be issued along with weekly counseling.


Lindner Center Of Hope

4075 Old Western Row Rd. Mason, Ohio 45040

Children(Ages: 2-10)

Adolescents(Ages: 11-17)

Adults(Ages: 18 & Older)

Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason, Ohio, a comprehensive mental health center providing excellent, patient-centered, scientifically-advanced care for individuals suffering with mental illness. A state-of-the-science, mental health center and charter member of the National Network of Depression Centers, the Center provides psychiatric hospitalization and partial hospitalization for individuals age 12-years-old and older, outpatient services for all ages, diagnostic and short-term residential services for adults and adolescents, outpatient services for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders for adults through the HOPE Center North location and research. The Center is enhanced by its partnership with UC Health as its clinicians are ranked among the best providers locally, nationally and internationally. Together Lindner Center of HOPE and UC Health offer a true system of mental health care in the Greater Cincinnati area and across the country. The Center is also affiliated with the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine. Check out the website for further information.


Acute Inpatient Hospitalization: 513-536-4673

Outpatient Mental Health: 513-536-4673

Residential Assessment & Treatment(Sibcy House/Williams House): 513-536-0537/888-537-4229

Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Services: 513-536-0050


Lumiere Healing Centers

7593 Tylers Place Blvd. West Chester, Ohio 45069

Accepts Most Major Insurances

Provides Residential Detox, Inpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Individualized/Group Counseling, Alumni, and After Care Services...  Check out the website for further information.



Services Provided:

Adult Services, Detoxification Services, Women's Center Programs, Adolescent Services, Gambling Intervention Services, Homeless Services, Adolescent Services, Mental Health Services, Medicated Assisted Treatment Services, and more...



137 Stetzer Rd. Bucyrus, Ohio 44820  Phone: 419-562-1740


1791 Alum Creek Dr. Columbus, Ohio 43207 Phone: 614-445-8131

Delaware & Mt. Gilead

88 North Sandusky St. Delaware, Ohio 43015 Phone: 740-203-3800


715 South Plum St. Marysville, Ohio 43040 Phone: 937-644-9192


333 East Center St. Marion, Ohio 43302 Phone: 740-375-5550

Mental Health Services for Clark & Madison Counties

Clark County Locations

Administrative Offices
474 N. Yellow Springs Street
Springfield, OH 45504

Adult Services
474 N. Yellow Springs Street
Springfield, OH 45504

Children & Adolescents
1835 Miracle Mile
Springfield, OH 45503

Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Programs
1086 Mound Street
Springfield, OH 45505

Madison County Locations

Administrative Office
210 N. Main Street
London, OH 43140

Adult Services
210 N. Main Street
London, OH 43140

Children & Adolescents
210 N. Main Street
London, OH 43140

Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Programs
210 N. Main Street
London, OH 43140

Midwest Recovery Center

7540 New West Rd. Toledo, Ohio 43617

Private Insurance


Offers: Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Group Therapy, Recreational Therapy, 

Trauma Therapy, and more...  Check out the website for further information.


Modern Psychiatry & Wellness

Private Insurance/Medicaid


Offers: Individual & Group Therapy, Medication Management, Ambulatory Detox, Case Management, and more...  Check out the website for further information.

West Chester
Location & Hours

6942 Tylersville Rd
West Chester, OH 45069
Phone: 513-868-0055
Fax: 513-297-7577
Hours: Monday – Friday / 8am – 5pm

Location & Hours

621 S Erie Highway
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Phone: 513-795-7557
Fax: 513-737-4603
Hours:Monday – Friday / 8am – 5pm
Open Enrollment Hours: Monday – Thursday / 8am – 11am


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