Members of the Recovery Continuum.

The organizations listed on this page have played a key role in our success. We are grateful to each organization who has provided some degree of support to our Non-profit. Without the support and encouragement of each entity, we may not be where we are today. It takes a village to help just one person, we’re grateful that these organizations are part of our village.

Ohio Association of Non Profits

The Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations (OANO) is the only statewide membership association that reflects the full diversity of the nonprofit sector in Ohio. OANO members include organizations of all sizes and mission areas, including arts and culture; health and human services; community development; and many other types of organizations.

NARR – National Alliance for Recovery Residences-Set national Housing Standards & certifying entity.

NARR works with federal government agencies, national addiction and recovery organizations, with our state-level recovery housing organizations, and with state addiction services agencies in pursuit of better and more accessible recovery housing opportunities.

Ohio Recovery Housing

Ohio Recovery Housing (ORH) is an organization dedicated to the development and operation of quality alcohol and drug-free living in a community of recovery for people with substance use disorders. An affiliate of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences, ORH supports our Associates in meeting the quality established by the NARR Standards.

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

United Way of Greater Cincinnati builds solutions and aligns systems to help families in our community thrive.

Kentucky Recovery Housing Network

The Kentucky Recovery Housing Network (KRHN), housed within the Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities, is the state affiliate of the National Alliance for Recovery Residences (NARR). Our mission is to support those in recovery from substance use disorders by improving access to recovery residences through established standards, a fair and transparent certification process, community engagement, education, technical assistance, research, and advocacy.