Our Partner Organizations
We work to develop intentional partnerships with organizations that share our mission and passion for addressing the substance use disorder crisis and bring hope back to the community. These organizations represent a variety of effective prevention, education, treatment, and recovery programs aimed at addressing specific parts of the continuum of care of this crisis. We believe that connection and collaboration are key to affecting lasting change.
Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge
The Challenge is a three-phase, prize-based competition to find technology-based solutions that address or improve opioid abuse prevention, treatment and overdose avoidance and response.
The Dalton Foundation
We exist to improve the quality of life for vulnerable women and children, increase access to quality healthcare, support those struggling with addiction disorders, and guide individuals returning to the community.
College of Public Health
The Ohio State University College of Public Health is a leader in educating students, creating new knowledge through research, and improving the livelihoods and well-being of people in Ohio and beyond.
Center for Urban & Regional Analysis
CURA serves as a bridge across academia, industry, and the policy sector by providing spatial analysis of economic, social, environmental, and health issues in urban and regional settings in Ohio and beyond.
Families Of Addicts
Families of Addicts (FOA) is a non-profit organization in Dayton, Ohio that educates, empowers and embraces families, friends and individuals struggling with addiction to rebuild families and transform lives.
Greater Than Heroin
Greater than Heroin is a group of civic and faith leaders from Northeast Ohio committed
to addressing the heroin epidemic through understanding, collaboration, and awareness.
True Freedom Ministries
True Freedom Ministries is dedicated to reaching Ohio’s prisoners, homeless, and addicted with the truth of God’s word and the true freedom found only in Jesus Christ.
The Addict's Parents United
We are a national non-profit support system and advocacy group for parents, focused on giving hope with an emphasis on Self-Care while navigating the devastation caused by the disease of addiction.
Columbus City Attorney's Office
The Attorney General’s office is leading the way for implementation of the Franklin County Opiate Action Plan that includes care, prevention, and response in the opioid crisis.