Access to Recovery (ATR): What is it?

ATR is a federal grant that provides vouchers to persons who meet qualifying criteria (see “Do I Qualify,” below) so they can purchase substance abuse clinical treatment and recovery support services. The process of recovery is a personal one, and achieving recovery can take many pathways. With a voucher, people in need of addiction treatment and recovery support will be able to choose those programs and providers that will help them most.


is an ATR provider of
substance abuse treatment services!

Do I Qualify?
  • Are you a resident of Cuyahoga, Lorain, Mahoning, Stark or Summit County?
  • Have you had any problems with drug or alcohol abuse now or in the past?
  • Have you had a clinical alcohol or drug assessment within the last year?
  • Have you had any involvement with the criminal justice system now or in the last five years (adults only)?
The goals of the program are:
  • To increase the number of service providers, and to expand the kinds of services that are available in our locality;
  • To support the client’s choice so that they can identify the services they want and who they want to receive the services from; and
  • To increase the array of faith-based and community based providers for clinical treatment and recovery support services.
What kinds of services are available?

Adult Treatment Services
  • Intensive Outpatient
  • Outpatient
  • Family Counseling
Adult Recovery Support Services
  • Housing
  • Spiritual Support*
  • Employment Skills Training*
  • Daily Living Skills*
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Anger Management*
  • Transportation
  • GED Support
  • Substance Abuse Education
  • Recovery Coaching
  • Parenting*
  • Peer Mentoring*
  • Self Help and Support Groups
* Denotes both adult and adolescent services.

Who do I contact for services?

An ATR Benefits Coordinator is your starting point. He or she is the person who enrolls you into the ATR program and will help you identify the services and providers which are available to you. Call one of the numbers below to reach the ATR Benefits Coordinator in your area:

Cuyahoga County:
Oriana House 216-881-7882
Hispanic UMADAOP 216-459-1222

Lorain County:
Psych and Psych Services 440-323-5121
Catholic Charities 440-366-1106
LCADA, Inc. 440-282-4777

Mahoning County:
TASC 330-743-2192

Stark County:
TASC 330-479-1912

Summit County:
Oriana House 330-996-7730
Urban Ounce of Prevention 330-867-5400
Community Health Center 330-434-4141

How do I select CenterPoint as my substance abuse treatment provider?

When you meet with your Benefits Coordinator, simply make the request. The Benefits Coordinator will contact CenterPoint to make arrangements to get you started on your path to recovery.