HEROIN ADDICTION IS REAL.

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United Way Link: Dial 211
FrontLine Services Crisis Hotline: 216.623.6888
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Critical Resources

Big Elephant Recovery Services
7504 Briarcliff Parkway
Middleburg Heights, OH 44130
440-941-2349
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Gain access to mental health and substance abuse information, assistance and recovery and treatment for young people who would otherwise not have access to volunteers, donors and partners offering these services.

 

New Directions
30800 Chagrin Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44124
216-591-0324
Toll Free: (800) 750-6709
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New Directions provides treatment and recovery services to chemically dependent adolescents and their families dealing with emotional, behavioral, or psychiatric needs.

 

Robby’s Voice
1114 N. Court Street #123
Medina, Ohio 44256
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Robby’s voice arms parents, students and communities with the information to identify the warning signs of substance abuse and get access to the resources needed to live a drug-free life.

 

United Way 211
211
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Call 211 (or 216-436-2000 in Cuyahoga County) to speak to an Information Specialist who will suggest agencies and other resources to assist you. This community service is provided by The United Way of Greater Cleveland.

ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County
2012 W. 25th Street, 6th Floor
Cleveland, OH 44113
216-241-3400
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The Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board provides information about treatment centers and other resources for in Cuyahoga County.

 

AddictScience.com
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Created by a former recovered addict to help those affected by addiction; particularly for people who harbor doubts about whether it’s really a disease or whether treatment works. The disease of addiction is explained in a logical easy to understand manner. This website will help ease the journey others have to travel in coming to terms with addiction, whether their own or a loved one’s.

 

Cleveland.com Stories of Addiction
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A collection of interviews with Heroin addicts in recovery and information about how Heroin has impacted Northeast Ohio.

 

Cleveland Treatment Center
11127 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
216-861-4246
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Call 216-861-4246 for state-of-the-art, scientifically based, cost effective opiod treatment, prevention, crisis intervention and rehabilitation.

 

Frontline Services
1744 Payne Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
216-623-6888
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The 24/7 Crisis Hotline is an anonymous, confidential service. Talk with a licensed staff person who will listen to your concerns without judgment, assess your needs and recommend options and resources to help you.
Text: 741741 then text "FLS" in dialogue box

 

Glenbeigh
Multiple locations
800-234-1001
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Call 800-234-1001 24/7 if you or someone you love has a problem with drugs. Treatment based on belief that addicts can recover without use of mood-altering chemicals and without disgrace or humiliation.

 

Heroin Anonymous
Multiple locations
888-699-7556
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Call the hot line at 888-699-7556 for help and information. We are concerned solely with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of heroin addicts who turn to us for help. We do not provide drug counseling, medical or psychiatric treatment, chemical dependency treatment, or therapy of any form. In our Fellowship you will see one heroin addict helping another, freely passing on their experience to the next person who is desperately searching for an answer to their own heroin addiction.

 

Project DAWN
216-778-2100
Project DAWN Flyer
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Visit Project DAWN on Facebook
Project DAWN is a Naloxone distribution program. The program is for opioid users who are at risk of death from overdose.

 

Recovery Resources
3950 Chester Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
216-431-4131
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Recovery Resources is a nonprofit organization in Northeast Ohio that specializes in treating people with substance abuse and reoccurring mental disorders. Approach recovery as a lifelong goal.

 

St. Vincent Charity Rosary Hall
216-363-2580 press 4 to speak with a Caregiver immediately
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Rosary Hall is a drug and alcohol addiction treatment center operated by St. Vincent Charity Medical Center in Cleveland.

 

Stella Maris
1320 Washington Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
216-781-0550
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Stella Maris is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in Cleveland that provides chemical dependency treatment and mental health services.

 

United Way 211
211
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Call 211 (or 216-436-2000 in Cuyahoga County) to speak to an Information Specialist who will suggest agencies and other resources to assist you. This community service is provided by The United Way of Greater Cleveland.

 

Need Health Insurance?
Visit Website
Some treatment facilities require or encourage patients to have health insurance before checking into treatment. If you are without health insurance, you can visit Healthcare.gov to enroll in a plan.

AddictScience.com
Visit Website
Created by a former recovered addict to help those affected by addiction; particularly for people who harbor doubts about whether it’s really a disease or whether treatment works. The disease of addiction is explained in a logical easy to understand manner. This website will help ease the journey others have to travel in coming to terms with addiction, whether their own or a loved one’s.

 

Big Elephant Recovery Services
7504 Briarcliff Parkway
Middleburg Heights, OH 44130
440-941-2349
Visit Website
Gain access to mental health and substance abuse information, assistance and recovery and treatment for young people who would otherwise not have access to volunteers, donors and partners offering these services.

 

Frontline Services
1744 Payne Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114
216-623-6888
Visit Website
The 24/7 Crisis Hotline is an anonymous, confidential service. Talk with a licensed staff person who will listen to your concerns without judgment, assess your needs and recommend options and resources to help you.
Text: 741741 then text "FLS" in dialogue box

 

Robby’s Voice
1114 N. Court Street #123
Medina, Ohio 44256
Visit Website
Robby’s voice arms parents, students and communities with the information to identify the warning signs of substance abuse and get access to the resources needed to live a drug-free life.

 

The Addict’s Mom
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This online community provides support to parents of addicts through its website, social media and grassroots community groups.

 

United Way 211
211
Visit Website
Call 211 (or 216-436-2000 in Cuyahoga County) to speak to an Information Specialist who will suggest agencies and other resources to assist you. This community service is provided by The United Way of Greater Cleveland.

 

Need Health Insurance?
Visit Website
Some treatment facilities require or encourage patients to have health insurance before checking into treatment. If you are without health insurance, you can visit Healthcare.gov to enroll in a plan.

AddictScience.com
Visit Website
Created by a former recovered addict to help those affected by addiction; particularly for people who harbor doubts about whether it’s really a disease or whether treatment works. The disease of addiction is explained in a logical easy to understand manner. This website will help ease the journey others have to travel in coming to terms with addiction, whether their own or a loved one’s.

 

Cleveland.com Stories of Addiction
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A collection of interviews with Heroin addicts in recovery and information about how Heroin has impacted Northeast Ohio.

 

Drug Drop Program Cuyahoga County
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The RX Drug Drop Box Program is an opportunity for residents to dispose of prescription drugs at drop boxes at participating law enforcement agencies across the county.

 

Faces and Voices of Recovery
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Faces & Voices of Recovery is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that advocates for people in long-term recovery from addiction.

 

OhioMHAS
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The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services provides statewide leadership of mental health and addiction prevention, treatment and recovery systems across the state.

 

Opiate Collaborative of Cuyahoga County
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The RX Drug Drop Box Program is an opportunity for residents to dispose of prescription drugs at drop boxes at participating law enforcement agencies across the county.

 

RX Drug Drop Box
Visit the Cuyahoga County RX Drug Drop Box Website
Visit the RX Drug Drop Box Website
Since prescription drugs are often the gateway to opiate addiction, ask your doctor to prescribe only the amount needed. Keep your medications locked up and learn how to appropriately dispose of them through the links above.

 

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Association)
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To access and order publications on the topic of heroin, opiod and substance abuse for town hall meetings, Parent Teacher gathering or any other means of spreading awareness and education on the topic.

 

United Way 211
211
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Call 211 (or 216-436-2000 in Cuyahoga County) to speak to an Information Specialist who will suggest agencies and other resources to assist you. This community service is provided by The United Way of Greater Cleveland.

 

WKYC Stories on Heroin
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WKYC has produced a series of stories on the growing Heroin epidemic in Northeast Ohio.