• Hannah Schilling
    18
    Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Substance Dependency Program is a Substance Abuse Rehab Services has programming ranging from hospital inpatient, Residential, Outpatient, Short-term residential, Outpatient detoxification, Outpatient methadone/buprenorphine or vivitrol, Intensive outpatient treatment, and regular outpatient treatment.

    Address: 3200 Vine Street 8th Floor, Cincinnati, OH, 45220

    Phone Number: 513-861-3100x4821

    Intake Line: 513-475-6367

    The VA in Ft. Thomas specializes in treating issues like PTSD, depression, addiction, grief, anger or trauma. Known as The Domiciliary, this facility houses a residential substance abuse treatment program and [Post Traumatic Stress Disorder] residential program.

    1000 South Fort Thomas Avenue
    Fort Thomas, KY 41075-2305
    Main phone: 513-861-3100
    Mental health clinic: 859-572-6202


    Holt Street Miracle Center is a Residential Drug and Alcohol Recovery Center that provides a family like setting for homeless veterans. This 6 bed housing complex offers a 90 to 120-day program that is administered by our staff of up to 12 professionals and non-professionals. The treatment program includes a “total person” approach that utilizes many principles found in spiritually based 12-step recovery programs. Please use this link for more information.

    The LSS Faith Mission of Fairfield County On-site services for veterans include a shelter and transitional housing program. The latter provides shelter and support in transitioning into permanent housing for up to two years. In conjunction, their veterans family supportive services program helps veteran families in Fairfield, Hocking, Perry, Ross, Fayette, Pickaway, Highland, Adams and Brown counties obtain stable housing, whether they are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless. Please use this link for more information.

    Help for Heroes, through Beckett Springs, provides treatment and therapy specifically geared for people who routinely face trauma, physical and mental stress, and life-threatening situations. They offer services for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) treatment, substance abuse treatment, and medication management. Please use this link for more information.

    As a VA Community Care Network provider, The Haven Detox welcomes veterans through its partnership with the Florida VA Community Care Network to treat substance use disorders with custom drug and alcohol detox, rehab, and aftercare Visit this link for more information.

    The DAV offers free assistance with VA claims and benefits. Contact the Erlanger National Service Office at 859-547-3391. The National Services Officers are trained with the VA to help complete paperwork and provide information on what is available. Below is also a contact for SUD liaison between the DAV and the VA.

    Joshua A Runtenelli, LISW-S, LICDC-CS
    Substance Use Disorder (SUD)/Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV)/Grant and Per Diem (GPD) Social Worker Program Coordinator
    Community Outreach Division
    Cincinnati VA Medical Center
    1000 S Ft Thomas Avenue
    Fort Thomas, KY 41075
    513-446-3826
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