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General Information

Cleveland Department of Public Health

75 Erieview Plaza 2nd Floor
Cleveland, OH 44114-1839

Phone: (216) 664-2324

Fax: (216) 664-2197



Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse (OMHSA) Administration

75 Erieview Plaza 3rd Floor
Cleveland, OH 44114-1839

General Information:
Phone: (216) 664-6666
Fax: (216) 664-2370

Program Director:
David Gretick, MSSA, LISW-S
Phone: (216) 664-3920
E-Mail: dgretick@city.cleveland.oh.us



Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse (OMHSA)
CenterPoint Treatment Program Location


J. Glen Smith Health Center

11100 St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44108

Intake/Assessment:
Phone: (216) 664-3891



Useful Links:

Marijuana Anonymous (MA) Ohio:
Source for meetings and information.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Cleveland:
Locate a meeting. Find information regarding AA principles, history of AA, meeting types, FAQ’s, links.
Access to Recovery (ATR):
ATR provides vouchers to clients for the purchase of substance abuse clinical treatment and recovery support services. ATR is specifically for residents of Cuyahoga, Lorain, Mahoning, Stark and Summit Counties who have had a clinical alcohol or drug assessment in the last year and criminal justice system-involvement within the last five years. ATR clients are required to meet specific income guidelines.

The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County:
is responsible for the planning, funding and monitoring of public mental health and alcohol and other drug addiction services delivered to the residents of Cuyahoga County. ADAMHS’ Mission is to promote and enhance the quality of life for residents of our community through a commitment to excellence in mental health, alcohol, drug, and other addiction services.

Alcohol Screening Tool:
This tool helps people assess their drinking patterns to see if alcohol is likely to be harming their health, relationships or work.
The Big Book Online:
The complete text in English, Spanish, and French.
Al-Anon/Alateen of Cleveland:
The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope, in order to solve their common problems. Find meetings, information, area news.
The Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services (Ohio MHAS):
is a state agency that serves Ohio citizens with a comprehensive approach to alcohol and other drug and gambling addiction prevention, treatment and recovery support services. The Department coordinates a statewide network of publicly-funded services designed to help all Ohioans in need of care related to substance abuse, addiction and problem gambling issues.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Buckeye Region:
Central source of information for all things directly pertaining to NA in Northeast Ohio. Includes an accurate schedule of meetings and activities taking place within the eight areas of our region: GLASCNA, LEGS, NCCASCNA, NEOASCNA, STACSNA, TASCNA, WAGS, and WRASCNA. Geographically, these areas include Akron, Ashtabula, Canton, Cleveland, Kent, Lorain, New Philadelphia, Warren, Wooster, Youngstown, Columbiana and their vicinities. There are over 200 meetings in the Buckeye Region.

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA):
is one of 27 institutes that comprise the National Institutes of Health (NIH). NIAAA supports and conducts research on the impact of alcohol use on human health and well- being. It is the largest funder of alcohol research in the world.
Ohio Women’s Network:
mission is to strengthen collaboration and coordination among the various programs providing services to women and children to improve identification and referral of substance abusing women by human services agencies; to assure women's access to clinically appropriate prevention and treatment and to increase awareness of women's substance abuse and effective treatment technologies.

Ohio Problem Gambling:
OhioMHAS collaborates with the Ohio Lottery Commission, local communities, alcohol and other drug treatment providers, county ADAMHS Boards, faith-based entities, and others to reduce problem gambling and to establish and improve gambling treatment and prevention services for Ohioans.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA):
devotes its resources toward forwarding the knowledge that: behavioral health is essential for health; that prevention works; that treatment is effective; and that people recover from mental and substance use disorders. On this site you will find publications, data, news, grant information, SAMHSA-related topics and programs.

Not A Single Drop.org:
is Ohio's web site about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). FASD are the effects that can occur in an individual whose mother drank alcohol while pregnant. FASD refers to conditions such as fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), fetal alcohol effects (FAE), alcohol-related neurodevelopmental disorder (ARND), and alcohol-related birth defects (ARBD).
Front Line Service:
FrontLine Services, formerly MHS, 24/7 Suicide Prevention Hotline for children and adults whose safety and health are threatened by mental health challenges or overwhelming stressors. We provide Crisis Assessment and Intervention services throughout Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and have done so without interruption since 1995.
Veterans Crisis Line:
The professionals at the Veterans Crisis Line, are specially trained and experienced in helping Veterans of all ages and circumstances. Many of the responders are Veterans themselves and understand what Veterans and their families and friends have been through and the challenges Veterans of all ages and service eras face.
Heroin Anonymous Ohio:
Heroin Anonymous is concerned solely with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of heroin addicts who turn to us for help. We do not provide drug counseling, medical or psychiatric treatment, chemical dependency treatment, or therapy of any form. Our members consist of individuals who have found a better way of life. We have recovered from our heroin addiction and simply wish to offer help to those who suffer.