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. This story positions Ohio as the center of the epidemic, with Summit County setting records for fatal overdose deaths as the crisis continues to escalate.

The Facts Behind Addiction

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“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 –

The Severity Of The Problem Requires A Different Approach


Many addiction recovery models are not linked together so they struggle to provide a continuum of care focused on an individual’s specific needs.

Often, those struggling with drug and/or alcohol addiction relapse between detox and the early stages of treatment simply because the two are not connected and there is time-gap in between. Thus, only 10%-20% of those going through a detox program are drug-free after one year.

Also, between 30-50% of those addicted to drugs and/or alcohol require a long-term program, more than the current 30/60-day programs. Long-term programs are hard to find and hardly ever come at no cost to the participant.

We believe a holistic approach to addiction recovery is needed — one that focuses on all aspects of wellness: mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional. Our ministry programming focuses on all 4 of these areas of healing.

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3 Ways You Can Help

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As a Christ-centered, Biblically based, and clinically supported 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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Volunteer

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

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Our goal is to raise the final $600,000 towards our $3.3M building fund in order to complete and open our facility debt-free. We continue to be blessed by the many contributions of individuals, organizations, churches, and cost reductions from our construction partners in order to help us reach this goal.

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