The Problem

200,000

Estimated Ohio Residents Addicted to Opioids

There is a tragic story being told about the substance abuse crisis in our nation. That story positions Ohio as the center of the epidemic, with Summit County setting records for fatal overdose deaths as the situation continues to escalate.

Whether active or in recovery, 1 out of every 10 adults now struggles with addiction. When addiction is active, it contributes to 70% of the domestic violence and 80% of the child abuse and neglect in our neighborhoods. In Ohio, 13% of our state budget is spent on substance abuse, and significantly more dollars are spent when federal and nonprofit dollars are included. However, the problem is only getting worse. For the first time in more than 10 years, life expectancy has gone down. Although well-meaning, our current solutions are not working. Restore Addiction Recovery is all about real change that lasts.

The Facts behind Addiction

1,812

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Ohio overdose deaths from January-June 2018

#3

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Ohio's ranking in the nation for overdose deaths

10

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The number of Ohioans dying
EVERYDAY
to opiate related deaths

36%

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The percent increase in drug overdose deaths yearly since 2015

1/2

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Half of the Ohio children taken into protective custody in 2015 were removed from their homes because of a parental drug addiction

84

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The number of infants being treated for drug withdrawal in Ohio hospitals everyday.

1 Billion

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Ohio is spending nearly $1 billion a year to fight drug abuse and addiction

57%

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Percent increase in the children needing foster care because of parental drug use related to opiates in Franklin County, OH

2x

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In 2016, the overdose-death count in Ohio’s six biggest counties doubled.

“Ohio is at the center of this drug crisis that is gripping our entire nation. This crisis affects all of us, but it is especially taking its toll on this community.”

– Former U.S. Attorney General, Jeff Sessions –

How You Can Help

The Goal

Our goal is to raise $4 million for the land, building, and construction phase of our launch plan. These funds will also support our first year operating costs for the treatment and recovery facility, to be located on a new recovery campus being developed in Summit County, Ohio.

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The Impact

As a clinically supported, biblically based model for addiction recovery, we are creating an innovative solution for the current opioid and substance abuse crisis. With guidance and support from a network of strategic advisors, Restore Addiction Recovery’s treatment model is positioned to make a lasting impact in Summit County and Northeast Ohio, as we help change the trajectory of this tragic story.

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How to Partner

There are several ways to partner with Restore and become active in supporting the solution to the substance abuse crisis. Contact us to discuss opportunities for ongoing fundraising, training, education, and outreach in your specific community.

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