Did you know the The Salvation Army Springfield Corps has actively served Springfield, Ohio for 133 years? Listen to Major Bob Watson talk about the services provided (and why addiction resources are so important to him).
The Drug Enforcement Administration - DEA has several intatives to help educate the public on substance abuse issues in our community. In this short clip, Special Agent - Cheryl Davis, talks about key programs that are provided by the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other live drug-free. It costs nothing to attend an NA meeting. There are no dues or fees; the only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs, which includes alcohol. Our fellowship focuses on recovery from the disease of addiction, an individuals drug of choice is unimportant. Anyone may join us regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion or lack of religion.
Our primary purpose as an organization is to carry a message of recovery to the still suffering addict. Hopefully, our fellowship may be of benefit to you, or to the people you serve.
Click here to learn more about Springfield NA upcoming events.
SPRINGFIELD AREA SERVICE COMMITTEE
OF NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS
PO BOX 1111
SPRINGFIELD, OH 45502
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.
Click here to view a meeting finder for our area.
The Hope House is a transitional living facility providing a safe environment and guided program for men who have a desire to stay clean and sober and want to learn the Christian way of living.
Our program provides recovering alcoholics and addicts -- age 21 and older -- with the skills and education necessary to become independent, productive adults.
The program's goal is to help sober and drug-free men develop much-needed independent living skills in a nurturing environment that offers stability, consistency, and safety.
Men move through the program at a pace consistent with long term recovery and retain access to counseling and case management services even after exiting the Hope House.
Participants at the Hope House learn through the 12-step program, counseling, and Christian living how to recognize emotional triggers, manage cravings, learn new rituals, turn from using to living, and shed guilt.
Location- 2550 S Dayton Lakeview Road New Carlisle, OH 45344
To educate, empower and embrace families, friends and individuals struggling with addiction by providing support and promoting recovery.
The FOA weekly meeting on Tuesday night from 6:30pm-8:00pm is open to the public and meets at 120 West Mulberry Street Springfield, Ohio 45506
FOA rebuilds families and transforms lives through the 3 E’s; educate, empower and embrace. Through weekly meetings in various Ohio counties, navigation, one-on-one phone support and outreach opportunities, FOA is a sought after and respected resource in the Miami Valley. FOA is unique because we provide support for the entire family and advocate for individuals to find their face and voice, which is key to eliminating the stigma associated with addiction.
50 West High Street Springfield, Ohio 45502
We offer support and education programs for families and friends affected by addiction.
The Find a New Way to Live Recovery Coaching Program is available to any member of the Clark County Substance Abuse Coalition, or the agency they represent. The program is not to be sold or redistributed without the written consent of the author. Click here to access the video series that is included in the program.