OneEighty Campaign for Recovery

OneEighty Campaign for Recovery

The headlines have been daunting.  Every day we see tragic stories reflecting the effects of opiate addiction in our community.  Ohio leads the country in the number of opiate overdoses and overdose deaths.  Locally, we are no different.  The number of people seeking treatment at OneEighty has increased by over 40%.  Opiate addiction has destroyed lives, broken families, and taxed our community resources.  We need your help to create local solutions for our community.

OneEighty is a trusted partner in the Wayne/Holmes communities and has provided addiction prevention and treatment programs for over forty years.

OneEighty is launching a capital campaign that will extend our continuum of care and provide new and proven tools to fight addiction in our community.  This campaign will fund the following:

  • A medical center and treatment offices within Gault Liberty Center in previously undeveloped space to house Dr. Nicole Labor, our new full-time physician, and two full-time nurses. Dr. Labor is Board certified in addiction medicine and brings a wealth of experience to our community.  Dr. Labor and her staff will be expanding services at OneEighty to include medication assisted treatment (the most effective treatment for opiate addiction), health assessments, and related medical services. 
  • A larger women’s residential treatment facility for 16 women where there is also room for 8 children to live with their moms.  This facility will be newly constructed on Noble Drive on land donated by the Noble Foundation.    The current women’s residential facility will be converted to a “stepdown” facility for women to continue their recovery in a supported environment while they obtain jobs and/or education.

The campaign will raise $2 million to pay for these projects, with over $920,000 already committed.  We need your help to assure that we are able to meet our goal and provide critical services to our community!  Please consider donating to our campaign.  

 How to Donate 

Making a donation is simple.  We have two choices for you.  Click HERE for a simple, safe and fast online donation.  If you'd prefer to write a check, click on the box below to download and print the Campaign for Recovery Brochure & Donation Form.