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OhioGuidestone Creates Pathways Toward Recovery Across Ohio


Recovery is possible. Overdose is preventable. But, it’s not as easy as simply saying those words. Recovery is a journey and everyone has their own path to get there. At OhioGuidestone, our staff live this truth everyday, working tirelessly throughout our regions to support those seeking recovery. Seeing the needs of their communities, our offices have adapted, grown and partnered with other agencies to provide the resources that their individual communities need. While they have expanded recovery efforts, each in their own ways, one message always holds true: We’re all in this together because it impacts all of us.

Medina County: A Community Embracing Recovery

Central Ohio: Providing Recovery-Centered Education

A Renewed Mind Expands Recovery Residence

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