Promoting & Enhancing Women’s Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

The Ohio Women’s Network is a nonprofit group working to bring hope to women in need by enhancing the integrity of women’s alcohol, tobacco and drug treatment, intervention, prevention and recovery programs.

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 You’re invited to join us the for OWN’s next  meeting!

Topic: Meeting – July 8, 2022 9:30AM – 12PM

Time: Jul 8, 2022 09:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


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Meeting ID: 915 383 9932

Passcode: 203203

The Recovery Services We Promote

A key part of OWN’s mission is to connect women with, and further the improvement of, gender-specific treatment programs that will help them recover from substance abuse issues. Women face different struggles on their way to recovery than men do, and the best nonprofit treatment programs cater to their unique needs. Among the types of programs we work to enhance the integrity of are:

Substance Abuse Treatments

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Stable Homes

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Family Focused Treatment

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Our Network Directory

Our network of treatment providers stretches across the state of Ohio, with programs in 40 different counties. Look through the directory to learn about and connect with substance abuse treatment specialists in your area, or see where your organization might be able to fill  a community need.

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Becoming an OWN Member

Joining the Ohio Women’s Network as a member carries with it a litany of benefits. In addition to being able to reach a larger audience for their services, member organizations have access to free “best practices” training, grant opportunities, networking, consultation, advocacy and more.

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Who We Are

For more than 20 years, OWN has been providing leadership in the provision of substance abuse treatment and rehabilitation programming for women, with connected organizations offering services including mental health treatment and healthy pregnancies.

The organization is a group of service providers affiliated with, and funded in part by, the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS). Efforts made to aid in our sustainability, including the establishment of nonprofit status, allow us to apply for grants that could aid providers of women’s programming in Ohio.

  • Akron
  • Athens
  • Bowling Green
  • Canton
  • Celina
  • Chillicothe
  • Cincinnati
  • Cleveland
  • Columbus
  • Dayton
  • Gallipolis

  • Kent
  • Lorain
  • New Philadelphia
  • Newark
  • Toledo
  • Troy
  • Warren
  • Waverly
  • Wooster
  • Youngstown

Who We Serve

Our network of service providers features substance abuse treatment programs in parts of Ohio including:

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For questions about our mission or the services we connect people with, reach out to the Ohio Women’s Network today.

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