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Community Outreach Programs, Shelters and Rehabs in Ohio

The City Mission
5310 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44103
Phone: (216) 572-5500
Services: The City Mission provides housing, meals, daily chapel service, healthcare and substance abuse referrals.

Interfaith Hospitality Network - Cincinnati
2110 St. Michael Street
Cincinnati, OH 43204
Phone: (513) 471-1100
Services: IHN provides meals and housing for families.

Family Promise of Greater Toledo
434 Western Avenue
Toledo, OH 43609
Phone: (419) 242-5166
Services: Overnight emergency housing for families.

Domestic Violence Center
P.O. Box 5466
Cleveland, OH 44101
Phone: (216) 651-8575
Services: The Shelter provides confidential residence for women and children who have been victims of domestic violence. Also provides group support, children services, and counseling.

The Open Shelter
125 E. Broad Street 3rd Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: (614) 222-2885
Services: 24-hour shelter for men in need, also provides counseling and substance abuse referrals.

The Drop Inn Center - Men's Recovery
217 W. 12th Street
Cincinnati, OH 45212
Phone: (513) 721-0643
Services: The Men's Recovery program is a certified 6-month, 20-unit residential alcohol and drug recovery program for men. The program consists of group counseling, education on chemical dependency, community service and job training.

Cherry Street Mission
105 17th Street
Toledo, OH 43624
Phone: (419) 242-5141
Services: Cherry Street Mission provides shelter men and women, residents have the option of entering the Mission's Ready For Life Program.

Access - Emergency Residence for Women
230 W Market St.
Akron, OH 44303
Phone: (330) 535-2999
Services: Emergency Shelter provides housing for women and children. Meals and case management is provided.

Free rehab centers in Ohio offer addiction treatment and substance abuse counseling for people living in such cities as Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati. For people who are homeless or who do not have the financial resources to seek help in a private setting, state-financed programs enable recipients to gain the therapy they need to facilitate recovery. Rescue centers, the Salvation Army and not-for-profit drug rehab sites make it possible for anyone who is residing in the state to obtain the help they need to overcome a substance abuse problem or a related disorder.