At Ohio Addiction Recovery Center, we believe that recovery is possible, because we have seen it in our own lives and the lives of others. We know that every person is unique, and we approach addiction treatment with that in mind.
Addiction is a powerful disease that affects the lives of everyone it touches. This includes the addicted person, their family members and the community at large. The effects can be devastating. Our program provides solutions and starts the healing process by uncovering the underlying causes of addiction and alcoholism so that you can go on to lead a happy, healthy life in recovery. Our services not only help the person struggling with addiction, but their family as well.
Pathway to Wellness is a program administered by Friends of the Homeless of Tuscarawas County for the purpose of providing a safe, supervised living environment for men who are receiving outpatient treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. The living quarters are housed at 119 2nd St. NE, in New Philadelphia, Ohio. The program is limited in size to five men at the present time.
The Recovery Home will provide a safe, alcohol and drug free environment in which the men can live for as long as necessary for up to a year. The program is under the leadership of the Director of the Homeless Shelter who holds a Master’s degree in Counseling and Human Development and who has over twenty years of professional experience in the field of social work, mental health counseling, addiction counseling and corrections.