How We Help

  • HeroinHopeline.org providing a one-stop resource for affected families to get connected to the help they need. Thousands have visited the website and called the Hopeline where help is waiting. To learn more visit http://www.heroinhopeline.org/

  • Care Coordinators to help addicted individuals & families navigate through the system. Our Care Coordinators follow up with all who call into HeroinHopeline.org and help them travel through the often-complicated road to recovery. Our team works with multiple cities on their Quick Response Team. Our Care Coordinators go out with a policeman and paramedic visiting all the past weeks overdoses and offering to take them to treatment. Once, sometimes twice per week our Care Coordinators go out with a policeman and paramedic visiting all the past weeks overdoses and offering to take them to treatment. In 2017, our three Care Coordinators guided 514 people into treatment. We are excited to be adding our fourth Care Coordinator in late August 2018. If you would like more information, please complete our contact us form.

  • Judge Robert Peeler’s Warren County MAT Drug Court Program aimed at helping those suffering from substance use disease is celebrating success after its first 2-1/2 years. Sixteen people who went through the program are currently leading sober productive lives. OCAH funds barriers that his clients face as they return to their sober lives. We assist with Driver’s Licenses, SR22 Bonds, Uber rides, Driving School, school clothes for their children, mentoring, etc. If you would like more information, please complete our contact us form.

  • King Home There is an acute lack of recovery housing in the northern suburbs of Cincinnati and nothing in Warren County. Those recovering from addiction need a safe place where they can live while learning how to reintegrate in to society. OCAH has purchased and opened our first men's recovery home in Warren County. King Home opened July 1st in South Lebanon and is moving residents in. Sober Living, Inc. is our operating partner and Gary Ney is the house manager. We are grateful to Brian Hart and his team for their leadership. Residents will go through Ivan Faske's "Shelter from the Storm" program while having a safe sober living home with wrap around services. Take a brief look at some of the volunteers and how they contributed to the restoration of the King Home.

  • Education/Prevention We piloted a program aimed at High School athletes and their parents during the required OHSAA Fall meeting. There was a brief presentation educating parents and their students on the over-prescribing of opiates and asking them to question their physicians when their student is injured, has surgery, or wisdom teeth removal. We are partnering with select organizations in the areas of school education and mentoring to provide resources where needed. If you would like more information, please complete our contact us form.

  • Implementing a Wrap-Around Services Program with our large group of volunteers to provide mentoring, transportation, tutoring, financial planning, job readiness, etc.

  • Continue to assess our local landscape of care to identify existing gaps in the continuum of recovery.

How We Help
Care Coordinators Liz, Lindsey, and Victoria
king home
1st Men's Recovery Home in Warren County
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