Human Trafficking Awareness Month

You Can Help Make an Impact Every year since 2010, the President has dedicated this month to raising awareness about the different forms of human trafficking, also known as modern slavery, and educating people about this crime and how to spot it. In the month of January, the Department of State is dedicated to raising awareness…

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Hope Lives Here. Meet our substance use recovery coaches.

At OneEighty, recovery coaches are familiar with recovery because they’ve had their own lived experience with substance use or mental health issues, and they’ve been successful in their recovery journey. “We’re living, breathing examples that recovery is possible,” OneEighty Recovery Coach, Lori Radakovich explained. She self-identifies as being in active substance use recovery from substance use.…

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Give the gift of Hope!

Why not start a new tradition of giving for the holidays…Give the gift of Hope! At OneEighty, our faith, focus, perseverance, and singleness of purpose equip us to fearlessly face the front lines of trauma and addiction. Your non-profit donation demonstrates that you share in and support our belief that no matter how far down…

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Help Us Bring Home the Holidays

On the left - Christy VanSickle, Community Relations and Marketing Manager. On the right - Dwight Sprang, Volunteer Coordinator

For most people, holiday shopping puts a huge dent in an already stretched budget. But for those who want to celebrate the true spirit of Christmas, consider the gift of volunteering to help our clients find a way to have some sense of holiday celebration. At OneEighty, our residential and outpatient clients who have been…

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OneEighty Implements New Program for Faith-Based Communities

Rev. Dr. Kevan Franklin, Wooster Trinity United Church of Christ with Peter Evans, OneEighty IT and Infrastructure Manager

In 2020, OneEighty was awarded the Faith-Based Project Grant from the Ohio Governor’s Office of Faith-Based & Community Initiative. This project seeks to empower everyday citizens to identify signs of poor mental health and/or addiction, reduce stigma associated with those issues, provide support, and share resources about finding help. The OneEighty Community Relations and Prevention…

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From addictoholic to Addiction Medicine Doctor

Portrait of Medical Director - Dr. Nicole T. Labor

As a culture, we don’t treat addiction like we treat other illnesses. The stigma associated with a person struggling with substance use is still pervasive. Today, there are too many people – even in the medical community – who consider addiction a choice, or a moral failing. Imagine having a physician who can not only…

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Find Hope Right in Your Own Backyard

Portrait of Executive Director - Bobbi Douglas

The hard truth is that crisis and trauma can impact anyone’s life – at any time. And when someone loses hope, they also lose the reasons they need to seek support, heal and grow. OneEighty is in the business of offering a whole multitude of powerful reasons, for those who are hurting, to reach out…

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Sowing the Seeds of Recovery

Raised bed gardens outside the Women's Residence

Gardening is an opportunity to get outside, soak up the sun and improve your health and well-being. The OneEighty Women’s Residential Treatment Center was the perfect location to incorporate gardening as the newest recreational program. “The land that the Noble Foundation gifted to OneEighty for our facility was the perfect setting to incorporate outdoor activities…

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

History of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM and #DVAM) This awareness month has evolved from the “Day of Unity” in October 1981 observed by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), with the intent to connect advocates across the nation who were working to end violence against women and their children. Common themes of advocacy activities…

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