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The future depends on new ways of tackling addictions, alcoholism and mental health challenges. It begins with recovery, a way to be healthy again, live the life you choose and reach your full potential.
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Help address problem gambling in our community. If you think you or someone you know has a gambling problem, use our online screening tool to find out.

Celebrating 60 YEARS
To make a donation in honor of our 60th anniversary
With your help, we can change the way the world thinks about addictions, alcoholism and mental health. Join us in envisioning a better world and in making it true for our most vulnerable citizens.
It's time we TALKED
Prevention and treatment work. People recover. By working together, we can improve outcomes, address many social issues, save taxpayers a great deal and prevent unnecessary human suffering.

Partners in Health. Partners in Hope.

 Understanding Addiction: Be in the Know

Join Recovery Resources Alcohol and other Drugs prevention team for a three-week series on “Understanding Addiction” hosted by the Cuyahoga Public Library.

This education series will focus on prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery supports post treatment. This public education series will provide education and resources available to people who are struggling or know of someone in need of help.

The series runs from Dec 6 to February 7th at 7p.m. at different Cuyahoga Public Library Branches. 

Upcoming Events



1:00pm to 2:30pm
4269 Pearl Road, 4th Floor Training Room
Cleveland, Ohio


Run for Recovery

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
Cleveland, Ohio

  • Gambling Problem?

    Fact: Problem gamblers are more 20 times more likely to attempt suicide and twice as likely to face bankruptcy. If you need help or aren’t sure about it, find out more now. Read more or visit HitMeCleveland.com.

  • Mental Health First Aid

    With 1 in 4  experiencing mental illness in their lifetime, you're much more likely to encounter someone in a mental health crisis than someone having a heart attack. Learn how to help with this groundbreaking public education program.

  • Training Institute

    We are your source for NEW, high quality, and affordable behavioral health trainings, always with a practical slant and grounded in today’s best practices. See the list of trainings and plan to attend today!

  • Excessive alcohol consumption is associated with approximately 75,000 deaths every year.

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • 23.1 million people need treatment for illicit substance or alcohol abuse — 9.1% of all Americans aged 12 or older.

    Coalition Against Drug Abuse

  • An estimated 26.2 percent of Americans ages 18 and older — about 1 in 4 adults — suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.

    National Institute of Mental Health

  • 9% of Americans needing treatment for substance abuse are receiving it, leaving 20.5 million people still in need.

    Coalition Against Drug Abuse

  • 73% of U.S. Citizens who are problem gamblers have also had a drinking disorder.

  • 17.9 million people in the U.S. have alcohol dependence or abuse problems. That’s 7% of the population.

    Coalition Against Drug Abuse

Thursday, January 05, 2017
Malachi House, United Way ease the struggles of illness: Good News Giving

Congratulations to our colleagues in managing our behavioral and integrated health services and thanks to United Way for their support!   

Tuesday, November 01, 2016
Honoring Bill Denihan: Patrick Gannon
In 1974 Pat Gannon, Former Chairman of the Ohio Commission headed out for vacation, but got an unexpected call for Chief Bill Denihan that changed his career.
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Honoring Bill Denihan: Dick Clough
In honor of Chief William M. Denihan as this year’s Bronze Key recipient, we have had the pleasure to speak with a number of people he has worked with throughout his years of public service. We caught up Dick Clough, who met Bill back in the 80s.

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