OneEighty Recovery Coaches are here to listen, provide hands-on support and offer practical coping strategies. They’re not only mentors in recovery, but a source of hope and inspiration. We support you.
Call us today: 330-264-8498
OneEighty Peer Recovery Coaches are here to listen, provide hands-on support and offer practical coping strategies. They’re not only mentors in recovery, but a source of hope and inspiration. We support you.
Call us today: 330-264-8498
We understand what you’re going through because we’ve been there ourselves.
Our Peer Recovery Coaches serve as mentors and coaches, supporting you along your recovery journey. As certified Peer Recovery Coaches, they are qualified to offer support, hope and inspiration because they understand your struggle. They’ve been through challenges with substance use and/or mental health issues. OneEighty Peer Recovery Coaches have direct, lived experience. They self-identify as being in active recovery from substance use, and have been certified by Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services. Similar to our clinical staff, our Peer Recovery Coaches are required to obtain Continuing Education Credits. OneEighty Peer Recovery Services (PRS) are community-based services for individuals with mental illness and/or substance use disorder, and include treatment programs, services, and activities that promote recovery, self-determination, self-advocacy, well-being, and independence.
Long-term recovery is possible.
OneEighty Peer Recovery Coaches stay consistent in their support of our clients and often bridge the gap between a client and other treatment staff. They relate to the client on a personal level, meeting them where they are spiritually, mentally, and physically. Peer Recovery Coaches lead by example by living their own recovery in this community and showing clients that long-term recovery is possible.
OneEighty Peer Recovery Services are individualized, recovery-focused and based on a relationship that supports the individual’s ability to promote their own recovery. Peer Recovery Services promote self-directed recovery by working alongside clients and promoting trauma-informed care and diversity competence, encouraging self-direction, and advocating for informed choice.
OneEighty Peer Recovery Coaches offer hands-on support with the following:
- Emotional support
- Coping skills
- Participating in treatment
- Achieving independence
- Empowerment and self-advocacy skills
- Identifying and achieving recovery goals
- Relapse prevention
- Building a network of community support and resources
Our aim is to ensure the best outcomes for those dealing with mental illness and substance use. Our certified Peer Recovery Coaches work in various levels of treatment throughout the agency to improve the client’s chances of continuing their journey with recovery. They also work with various community partners including:
- Drug Court
- Family Dependency Court
- Wayne County Sheriff’s Department
Oasis Recovery Club
Oasis Club is located at OneEighty's Main Building, 104 Spink Street, Wooster, Ohio.
The club's mission is to provide a safe, alternative social environment for people in recovery.
Activities at the club: Food and refreshments, DJ dances, karaoke, play pool, board games, cards, watch tv or just hang out and meet new people. Cash only accepted. Must be 18 an over attend unless a special event is scheduled.
Upcoming Events- Mark your calendar!
Hours of Operation (please note that hours may vary on staffing)
Monday and Tuesday: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Wednesday-Friday: 3 p.m.- 9 p.m.
Weekends: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Need a Meeting?
12 Step Meetings: Sunday's and Tuesday's at 9 a.m.
Heroin Anonymous Meeting: Wednesday's 7 p.m.
Narcotics Anonymous Meeting: Thursday's 7 p.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting: Friday's 7 p.m.
The club is ran solely by volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering please stop by the club for an application.
Peer Recovery Coaches
Jill Adams, CPRS, CDCA
Outpatient Peer Recovery Supervisor
Nonya Wenger, OCPC
Residential Peer Recovery Manager
Criminal Justice Recovery Coach
Bambi Hendrix, CRPS
Child Welfare Recovery Coach
Housing Recovery Coach Coordinator
MAT Recovery Coach
MikelAnne North CPRS, CDCA
Outreach Recovery Coach
Residential Recovery Coach
Debra Strickler, CPRS
OASIS Club Recovery Coach Coordinator
Duane Vance, CDCA/CPRS