Our Mission
The Cleveland Department of Public Health Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse’s (OMHSA) CenterPoint treatment program provides abstinence-based substance abuse advocacy, education, and treatment options that support individuals, groups, and the community in taking steps toward healthier lifestyles.

Our Programs

The Cleveland Department of Public Health’s Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse (OMHSA) provides an Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) treatment program called “CenterPoint.” CenterPoint is located in CDPH’s J. Glen Smith Health Center** at 11100 St. Clair in the Glenville neighborhood.

The CenterPoint treatment program is licensed to operate by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services, or ODADAS. Our program is strictly abstinence based.

Click here for the CenterPoint brochure.

**The J. Glen Smith Health Center is a public health clinic operated by the Cleveland Department of Public Health. In addition to CenterPoint it is home to other programs and services such as childhood immunizations; women’s health issues including pregnancy testing; an STD clinic; walk-in HIV testing. A MetroHealth Primary Healthcare practice is located on premises; and various other medical and community services take place on site.