The Addiction Services Council is a non-profit, community-based organization that provides professional resources on alcohol, tobacco, and drug-related issues. Since 1957, the Addiction Services Council has provided programs and services aimed at improving the quality of life for the residents of Cincinnati and surrounding areas.
Our vision is to help build a community that is both free of the abuse of alcohol and other drugs as well as the disease of addiction.
For 65 years, the vision of the Addiction Services Council has remained much the same. We are the greater Cincinnati's preferred resource for information on alcoholism and other drug abuse and addiction.
To advocate for the reduction of the stigma associated with alcoholism and other drug addiction; and to promote effective solutions to these and other related problems through the provision of quality prevention, assessment, referral, treatment, education and advocacy services in the manner reflective of the changing culture of our community.
* Family Counseling
* Individual Counseling
* Intervention Services
* Specialized Services for Hispanic and Latino Individuals and Families
* Support Groups
A four-week adult or adolescent educational program for those who are experiencing problems to learn about the risk factors for developing problems related to their substance use, abuse, or addiction.
Working with community organizations and local authorities to change policy or laws to support wellness and recovery.
Collaborative scheduling with local schools we provide education to students from 4th through the 12th grade. Our goal is to educate on the unhealthy impact of alcohol, drug, tobacco and violence; to reduce the consequences to the student, their family and their community.
Offering custom designed educational programs for community centers, recreation centers, neighborhood coalitions, faith based groups and healthcare facilities and other groups.
For children at greatest risk for addiction related problems.
A program for youth to learn skills to better resolve conflicts that doesn't include violence.
This series is designed to meet the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professional Board requirement for training.