Treatment Services in Ohio

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Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Board of Franklin County

This site features a list of treatment resources in Franklin County, Ohio.

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Crisis response for individuals with mental illness or substance use disorder:

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Community Intervention and Diversion Unit (CIT officer and Netcare Clinician): 614-525-3333 (Request CID dispatch to courthouse), Monday- Friday, 7am-3pm.

Columbus Division of Police Mobile Crisis Response (CIT officer and Netcare Clinician):  614-645-4545, Monday-Friday, 10am-12am (Dispatch in Columbus only, not inside courthouse)


Treatment for substance use disorder

Columbus Division of Fire RREACT team: 614-330-3413, Monday-Friday, evening hours vary

Opiate Treatment Services: Treatment, support groups, and information about naloxone.

RREACT team from Southeast, Inc.: Hospital emergency rooms in Franklin County, hours vary

Whitehall Fire Department Safe Station: 614-237-5478 or 390 S. Yearling Rd., Whitehall, 24/7 


Help finding mental health or addiction services

Mental Health America of Ohio:  This organization works with individuals and their families through each step on their paths to wellness, from making initial referrals, to providing free mental health services, to helping maintain stability and productivity once it is achieved. Contact number: 614-221-1441.


Social services, government and community resources This is a free, user-friendly, online addiction recovery, human trafficking, and incarceration reentry resource tool that considers the entire continuum of care. 


Family support for substance use disorder or mental illness

The Addict’s Parents United: TAP United is a support system and advocacy group, comprised solely of members who have one or more children with the disease of addiction, and parents who have lost a child/adult child from this disease. Contact number 614-206-8129.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness Franklin County: The families and members of NAMI Franklin County offer understanding to anyone concerned about mental illnesses and the treatment of mental illness.  Contact number 614-501-6264.  




Nationwide Resources

If you're looking for treatment specific to opioid addiction, check out this Opioid Treatment Program Directory by SAMHSA.  

Head over to to search for general drug treatment facilities in your area. On this site, you can find facilities that offer various payment options (including free and no-cost care), youth treatment facilities, special programs for Veterans, plus more.

Otherwise, enter your zipcode below to find substance abuse treatment facilities in your area.  

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