OneEighty offers comprehensive and compassionate services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. See below to see the services we offer.
Our addiction and substance abuse treatment services provide a comprehensive program that helps patients achieve a lasting recovery. Our drug and alcohol treatment programs are tailored to help each individual achieve success. We accept most major insurances Medicaid/Medicare and a sliding fee scale is also available for those who qualify.
OneEighty is certified in the State of Ohio to provide mental health services. Victims of domestic violence and those who have struggled with addiction frequently experience mental health challenges related to their experience. These conditions may range from anxiety and depression to severe trauma that interferes with the ability to lead a normal life. The mental health services provided by OneEighty help victims (including children) recover from the impact of these experiences. We offer mental health services in Wayne County and Holmes County from licensed counselors and social workers and accept most major insurances and Medicaid. A sliding fee scale is also available for those who qualify.
Our Housing and Supportive Services unit provides services in our region to help all agencies providing housing services to work together effectively. OneEighty uses a “Housing First” approach, believing that homelessness is first and foremost a housing problem and should be treated as such. Beginning on 12/11/17, OneEighty Housing & Supportive Services will provide eligibility assessments and intakes, to walk-ins and callers, from 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, with designated walk-in hours on Tuesdays from 11 am to 4 pm. Outside of those hours, homeless persons seeking shelter and housing assistance should visit the Salvation Army, at 437 South Market Street, or call 330-264-4704.
OneEighty provides multiple prevention and education services in Wayne and Holmes Counties for community groups, schools, businesses, and individuals in the community. Our goal is to provide education about the effects of substance abuse, domestic violence, safe-dating and other topics in a way which promotes positive mental health and wellness.
OneEighty focuses not only on the prevention of use, but also the development of protective factors. Our Community Health and Wellness department provides a full continuum of services.
OneEighty is also involved with many community coalitions and groups such as WATCh-Wayne Anti-human Trafficking Coalitionm The Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalition, The Suicide Prevention Coalition, the locally-based Opiate Task Force and many others.
As the region’s Rape Crisis Center, OneEighty provides a 24-Hour Crisis Hotline for victims of sexual violence, trained staff and volunteers, immediate response as part of Sexual Assault Response Teams (SART) and ongoing support and advocacy for victims.