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Working In Sync: Non-Profit Volunteer to President of the Board of Trustees

By OneEighty / December 15, 2022

When both the Executive Director and the President of the Board of Trustees recognize the talent and the gifts each other brings to the table, you can be assured that the work being accomplished at the agency by non-profit volunteers is happening at its peak level.  That’s the feeling one gets when catching up with…

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Recovery Coaching Helps Open New Doors

By OneEighty / September 27, 2022

The word ‘recovery’ is often defined as the act of getting back or regaining something lost or taken away. How perfect then that OneEighty’s ‘Recovery Coaches’ are the people who mentor people with addiction issues in reimagining their new beginnings. For over forty years, Bobbi Douglas, Executive Director of OneEighty, has worked to build the…

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Future clinical counselor gathers trauma research data from an internship at OneEighty

By OneEighty / August 22, 2022

Article published in the Summer 2022 Wooster Magazine. Click here to view the spread. Karabella Hernandez ’22 knew she wanted to study psychology and become a counselor. She knew The College of Wooster was the place for her after just one visit. She was even confident in assisting with faculty research as early as sophomore…

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OneEighty is a Plain Dealer 2022 Top Workplace

OneEighty a 2022 Top Workplaces Winner

By Christy VanSickle / June 27, 2022

OneEighty was recently named one of the Northeast Ohio Top Workplaces 2022 by Cleveland.com and the Plain Dealer. The Top Workplaces designation was awarded to 220 organizations in northeast Ohio. OneEighty competed in the small business category. “We are grateful to be recognized with this group of outstanding organizations. It’s an incredible testament to our…

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Navigating an Epidemic Within a Pandemic

By OneEighty / May 25, 2022

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is a disease that affects a person’s brain and behavior and leads to an inability to control the use of a legal or illegal substance. According to SAMHSA, in the fourth quarter of 2020, among people aged 12 or older who drank alcohol in the past year, 15.4% (or 25.9 million…

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Openly Discussing Mental Health Awareness

By OneEighty / May 19, 2022

“Today we sisters experienced a tragedy.  We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness,” tweeted Ashley Judd on twitter following the untimely passing of her mother Naomi Judd.  According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 21% of US adults (roughly 1 in 5) will meet the criteria for a diagnosable mental…

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OneEighty on New Day Cleveland

By Christy VanSickle / March 29, 2022

OVERCOMING ADDICTION “We can’t pour from an empty cup” On Friday, March 25th, Bobbi Douglas, OneEighty’s Executive Director and Alex Morris, OneEighty’s Outpatient Services Manager, spoke with New Day Cleveland host Natalie Herbick about substance use disorder and addiction. If you or someone you know is suffering from substance use disorder or addiction please reach…

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Women’s History Month

By OneEighty / March 16, 2022

“And when you get to where you’re going, turn around and help her, too. For there was a time, not long ago, when she was you.” While it wasn’t until 1995 that our nation decided to formally recognize the enormous contributions women have made to our history, culture, and society, it was 1977 when a…

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Help Wanted: Start a New Non-Profit Career at OneEighty

By OneEighty / February 15, 2022

“Help Wanted” …now there’s a sign that is as commonplace in today’s world as signs about Covid and masks. But for OneEighty and its clients, that sign has a startling, double meaning. On the service side of this agency, there is a grave need to employ more qualified non-profit behavior staff members. And, on the…

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Human Trafficking Awareness Month

By OneEighty / January 17, 2022

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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