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How To Get Help: An Opioid Addiction Resource Guide

The Your Voice Ohio initiative brings together Ohioans from all walks of life, to brainstorm homegrown solutions to the opioid crisis.
The Your Voice Ohio initiative brings together Ohioans from all walks of life, to brainstorm homegrown solutions to the opioid crisis.
The Your Voice Ohio initiative brings together Ohioans from all walks of life, to brainstorm homegrown solutions to the opioid crisis.
Credit Jess Mador / WYSO
The Your Voice Ohio initiative brings together Ohioans from all walks of life, to brainstorm homegrown solutions to the opioid crisis.

WYSO is a partner in the Southwest Ohio Your Voice Ohio project. It's a collaborative effort to produce more relevant, powerful journalism based on the needs and ambitions of Ohioans and Ohio communities.

Your Voice Ohio is an initiative of WYSO and more than 30 news organizations across the state. We’re beginning with the opioid epidemic and will let the public guide us from there.

At a series of community forums Your Voice Ohio organized in February across the Miami Valley, many residents expressed confusion and frustration over not knowing how to access addiction-related information, resources, detox or treatment services.

Many people told us they were desperate for ways to help themselves, family members or loved ones access the help they need to get clean.

In response to these concerns, our Your Voice Ohio partner news outlet The Dayton Daily News produced a comprehensive Opioid Addiction Resource Guide that includes information about treatment options, recovery programs and other community resources.

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"We’ve heard from readers and those affected by the opioid crisis in our community that it can be frustrating trying to find accurate information on treatment options, recovery programs and other community resources. To address this need for a one-stop shop for information, we’ve created this resource guide. Information may change so please call each agency with specific questions. Although we’ve tried to be as complete as possible, we may have missed a non-profit or program in your city. Please feel free to send information to be included in this guide to reporter Katie Wedell at kwedell@coxohio.com."

Crisis Intervention

Military and Veterans Crisis Line

1 (800) 273-8255 - Press “1”

Text: 838255

www.veteranscrisisline.net/ActiveDuty.aspx 

Services: The Military and Veterans Crisis Line connects Service members (active duty, Reserve, and Guard) and Veterans (including their families and friends) in crisis with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential, toll-free hotline; online chat; or text.

Samaritan Behavioral Health Inc.: CrisisCare

Elizabeth Place

601 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd. Dayton, OH 45417-1424

(937) 224-4646

Services: Emergency intervention and assessment services include: 24-hour suicide prevention and crisis counseling telephone hotline, 24-hour supportive telephone counseling service, evaluation of crisis needs, emergency walk-in care, pre-hospital screening, crisis counseling, emergency psychiatric care/medication, alcohol/drug assessments, Severely Mentally Disabled (SMD) assessments, care coordination, and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) services for opioid addiction.

Crisis Hotlines:

  • Statewide text hotline: Text “4hope” to 741741
  • Montgomery County: 937-224-4646
  • Clark County: 937-399-9500
  • Butler County: 1-844-427-4747
  • Greene County: 937-376-8701
  • Preble County: 1-866-532-3097
  • Miami, Darke and Shelby counties: 1-800-351-7347
  • Warren and Clinton counties: 1-877-695-NEED (6333)
  • Champaign and Logan counties: 1-800-224-0422


In most counties you can also dial 2-1-1 to be connected to mental health and addiction services.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK

Outpatient Treatment Programs

Access Counseling Services

S. Dixie Highway, Middletown

2114 Central Ave, Middletown

20 S. Breiel Blvd, Middletown

(513) 649 -8008

http://acscounseling.com/index.html

Beckett Springs

8614 Shepherd Farm Dr West Chester, OH 45069

(513) 942-9500

Insurance: Commercial Insurance, Medicare, tri-Care, Dual Medicare/Medicaid 

Butler Behavioral Health Services, Inc.

1490 University Blvd, Hamilton (513) 896-7887

1131 Manchester Ave, Middletown (513) 422-7016

Catholic Social Services

1201 Fairington Drive, Sidney OH 45365

(937) 498-4593

Catholic Charities

Mercy Hospital

Second Floor 904 Scioto Street Urbana, OH 43078

866-635-9713

Center for Addiction Treatment

830 Ezzard Charles Dr, Cincinnati

(513) 381-6672

Community Behavioral Health Services

820 S. Martin Luther King Blvd, Hamilton (513) 887-8500

1659 S. Breiel Blvd, Middletown (513) 424-0921

442 S. Second St, Hamilton (513) 868-4980

Community Mercy REACH

Mercy Hospital

904 Scioto Street Urbana, OH 43078

937-653-3001

https://www.mercy.com/springfield/specialties/reach-drug-alcohol-and-tobacco-cessation

Services: Outpatient care for adolescents and adults including assessments, individual counseling and group therapy, as well as an intensive outpatient program for those needing extra support. There are 30-, 60-, 90- and 120-day programs available. Detoxification. Medically-assisted treatment including monthly Vivitrol injection or daily Naltrexone pill by prescription.

Consolidated Care, Inc.

1522 US Highway 36 E, Suite A Urbana, OH 43078

937-653-5583

Cornerstone Project

Multiple locations in Dayton and Springfield

Dayton: (844) 293-6926

Springfield: (937)522-0962

Insurance: We accept Medicaid and self-payment. We do not accept Medicare.

Day-Mont Behavioral Health Care, Inc.

Multiple locations in Dayton and Clayton

Dayton Main Office: (937) 222-8111

DeCoach Rehabilitation Centre

6570 Sosna Dr, Fairfield

(513) 942-HOPE (4673)

Eastway Behavioral Healthcare

600 Wayne Ave Dayton, OH 45410

(937) 496-2000

Eaton- Recovery & Wellness

228 North Barron St Eaton, OH 45320

937.456.7694

Webster Street Academy and Family Center

1110 Webster St. Dayton, OH 45404

(937) 463-2955

Eligibility:

Children ages 5-17.

Adult recovery services: Adults with no way to pay for services must be Montgomery County residents. Adults with Medicaid do not need to be Montgomery County residents.

Family Service Association

2211 Arbor Boulevard Moraine, OH 45439

(937) 222-9481

(937) 641-8186 (Video phone)

Fowler Counseling and Consultation Services

40 Monument Square, Suite 301 Urbana, OH 43078

937-631-0257

Greenville - Recovery & Wellness

600 Walnut St Greenville, OH 45331

937.548.6842

Life Enrichment Center

425 N. Findlay St. Dayton, OH 45404

(937) 253-8850

Lumiere Healing Centers

7593 Tylers Place Blvd, West Chester

(513) 714-3389

Mahajan Therapeutics

6300 N. Main St., Ste 4, Dayton 45415

937-275-1500

McKinley Hall

1101 E High St. Springfield, OH 45505

(937) 328-5300

Miami County Recovery Council

1059 N. Market St., Troy OH 45373

937-335-4543

http://www.mcrcinc.org

Miami Valley Hospital

Behavioral Services Outpatient Behavioral Health Services & Turning Point

One Elizabeth Place East Medical Plaza,

1st Floor 627 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard Dayton, OH 45417

(937) 208-6719

www.miamivalleyhospital.org/Behavioral-Health/Outpatient-Services

Modern Psychiatry & Wellness, LLC

621 S. Erie Blvd, Hamilton - Walk-ins available

(513) 795-7557

6942 Tylersville Rd, West Chester (513) 868-0055

New Creation Counseling Center

7695 South CR 25A , Tipp City OH 45371

(937) 667-4678

New Hope Recovery

530 Xenia Avenue Dayton, OH 45410

(937) 253-8850

NOVA Behavioral Health, Inc.

732 Beckman Street Dayton, OH 45410

(800) 750-0750

(937) 253-1680

Preble County TASC

225 N. Barron St., Eaton, OH 45320

937-456-3443

http://www.pcmhrb.org/preble-county-tasc.html

Project C.U.R.E., Inc.:

Medical Department Services, Outpatient Services, & Project W.I.L.L. (Women Into a Lasting Lifestyle)

1800 N. James H. McGee Blvd. Dayton, OH 45417

(937) 262-3500

Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County: Addiction Services

One Elizabeth Place Southeast Dayton, OH 45417

www.phdmc.org/health/community/addiction-services

Recovery Works Healing Center, LLC

100 Elmwood Park Drive, Suite 201 West Carrollton, OH 45449

(937) 384-0580

Samaritan Behavioral Health Consumer Advocacy Model (CAM)

Elizabeth Place 1st floor, Entrance E 601 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd. Dayton, OH 45417-1424

Information: (937) 734-9818 or (937) 734-9817

Appointments: (937) 734-4310 or (937) 734-4311

Video line www.sbhihelp.org/consumer-advocacy-model/

Samaritan Homeless Clinic

Five Rivers Health Centers

921 S. Edwin C. Moses Boulevard Dayton, OH 45417

(937) 461-1376

fiverivershealthcenters.org/samaritan-homeless-clinic

Samaritan Behavioral Health, Inc.

2172 –A US Rt. 127 N., Eaton, OH 45320

937-456-1915

Shelby County Counseling Center

1101 N. Vandemark Road, Sidney OH 45365

(937) 492-8080

Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Centers

Locations in Lebanon, Mason, Springboro, and Wilmington

513-228-7800

State Line Treatment Services

5737 Bigger Rd., Dayton 45440 937-262-4521

120 May Drive, Harrison 45030 513-367-4444

3621 Rossgate Ct., Hamilton 45013 513-738-7600

Sojourner Recovery Services

515 Dayton St, Hamilton

(513) 896-3465

South Community Inc.

3095 Kettering Blvd. Moraine, OH 45439

937-293-8300

Talbert House

Locations in Lebanon, Franklin and Wilmington

(513) 751-7747

TCN Behavioral Health

452 West Market Street Xenia, OH 45385

600 East Dayton Yellow Springs Rd. Fairborn, OH 45314

3085 Woodman Dr. Suite 300 Kettering, OH 45420

(937)376-8700

Transitions Counseling Services

115 N Main Street, Suite C Urbana, OH 43078

937-652-1881

Behavioral Health Care Upper Valley Medical Center

3130 N County Rd 25-A, Troy OH 45373

(937) 440-4000

Vandalia Recovery Clinic

59 N. Dixie Dr., Vandalia 45377

937-813-0888

Dayton VA Medical Center Substance Abuse Treatment Program

4100 West Third Street Building 302, Second Floor, Room 228

Dayton, OH 45428

(937) 268-6511 ext. 2188

www.dayton.va.gov/services/satp.asp

Women’s Recovery Center

515 Martin Drive Xenia, OH 45385

(937) 562-2400

Eligibility: Women 18 years of age and older.

Wright State University - Boonshoft School of Medicine Substance Abuse Resources & Disability Issues (SARDI)

Deaf off Drugs and Alcohol (DODA)

6 South Patterson Blvd. Dayton, OH 45402

Voice/Text: (937) 285-0799

Video Phone: (937) 641-8215

www.med.wright.edu/citar/sardi/doda DODA

Eligibility: Any deaf or hard-of-hearing person living in Ohio needing alcohol or drug treatment services or recovery support services is able to participate.

Wright Patterson Air Force Base Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program (ADAPT)

307 Red Bud Lane, Building 830 T1 Dayton, OH 45433

(937) 257-6877

www.wpafb.af.mil/units/ids

Eligibility: Active Duty all branches, guard/reserve (on active orders), dependents of deployed Active Duty members, retirees and dependents (space available), and DoD civilians (space available) Referral Types: Self, Blotter, Command, Medical, and Positive Urinaly

Inpatient/Residential Treatment

Access Hospital: Dual Diagnosis

2611 Wayne Avenue Dayton, OH 45420

(937) 256-7811

Beckett Springs

8614 Shepherd Farm Dr West Chester, OH 45069

(513) 942-9500

Brigid’s Path

3601 South Dixie Drive Kettering, OH 45439

(937) 350-1785

Services: Short-term, inpatient medical care for newborn babies suffering from prenatal drug exposure (Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome), non-judgmental support for mothers, and education services to improve family outcomes.

Eastway Behavioral Healthcare: Northcutt Residential Treatment Center

4950 Northcutt Place Dayton, OH 45414 (937) 496-2020

Eligibility: Elementary school-aged boys who are victims of trauma (physical, sexual, or emotional abuse; neglect; witnessed the abuse of family members, etc.)

Greene Leaf Therapeutic Community, Inc.

45 N. Detroit St. Xenia, OH 45385

(937) 562-5266

www.co.greene.oh.us/102/Greene-Leaf

Miami County Recovery Council HOPE House

1059 N. Market St., Troy OH 45373

937-335-4543

http://www.co.greene.oh.us/102/Greene-Leafhttp://www.mcrcinc.org

NOVA Behavioral Health, Inc.

Men’s Residential Program & Women’s Treatment Program

732 Beckman Street Dayton, OH 45410

(800) 750-0750

(937) 253-1680

Sojourner Recovery Services

515 Dayton St, Hamilton

(513) 896-3465

Three Oaks Center, Inc. Early Intervention Program

6077 Far Hills Avenue #157 Centerville, OH 45459

(937) 520-8496

Dayton VA Medical Center Substance Abuse Treatment Program

4100 West Third Street Building 302, Second Floor, Room 228

Dayton, OH 45428

(937) 268-6511 ext. 2188

www.dayton.va.gov/services/satp.asp

Woodhaven

1 Elizabeth Place Dayton, OH 45417

(800) 788-0440

Eligibility: Men and women, ages 18 and over

Women’s Recovery Center

515 Martin Drive Xenia, OH 45385

(937) 562-2400

Eligibility: Women 18 years of age and older.

Recovery Housing

Celebrating Recovery Housing

330 S Plum St, Springfield, OH 45506

937-605-0085

Community Housing/Shelby House/Miami House

1100 Wayne St., Suite 4001, Troy OH 45373

(937) 332-0021

Info: 24/7 staffed recovery homes for women and men.

Holt Street Miracle Center Houses in Dayton, Middletown and Springfield

Contact: Walt Gilbert, 937 222-7420

Gemini Reliance

977 Lagonda Avenue Springfield, Ohio

(937) 450-1220

Joshua Recovery Ministries, Inc.

Contact: Norm Zent, 937 815-3721

Divine Resolutions - women

Contact: Connie Brown, 937 818-0042

Mercy Manor

25 Grosvenor Avenue Dayton, OH 45417

(937) 268-0282

Eligibility: Homeless women who are being released from prison, homeless shelters, or drug treatment facilities and have been referred by another agency (on a space-available basis) are eligible to participate. Call for details on how to get a referral.

Matt Talbot House — Men

809 S. Limestone Street PO Box 1301 Springfield, OH 45501

(937) 322-0872

Matt Marcy Foundation - Men Springfield

937-521-9632

Talbert House

Locations in Lebanon, Franklin and Wilmington

(513) 751-7747

Whole Truth Ministries – Men

Riverside/Miamisburg Contact: Kyle Shaw, 937 308-1920

Center for Affordable Housing – Men Contact: Leiland Woods, 866-748-1003

PowerNet Dayton- Men Contact: Jorge Logan, 283-5872 

Good Shepherd Ministries – Men

1115 East Third Street Dayton, OH 45402

(Office) 937-938-5781

(Cell) 513-816-8089

Safe Harbor House - Women

PO Box 124 Springfield, OH 45501

937-717-5908

Pamela Childress House - Women Springfield 937-521-9032

Recovery groups/meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Dayton Ohio

211 Liberty Tower 120 W. Second Street Dayton, OH 45402

(937) 222-2211

Families of Addicts (FOA) Support Group/Life Enrichment Center

425 North Findlay Street Dayton, OH 45404

(937) 307-5479 (Lori Erion - Founder)

Meeting Hours: Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

*Other meeting locations and times are available. Please see Website for the latest information.

Families of Addicts Clark County

Brad & Melanie Silvus 50 W. High Street

P.O. Box 294 Springfield, OH 45501

Heroin Helpline 24/7

(937) 853-4343

www.mcadamhs.org/heroinhelpline.php

Next Step Recovery Through Ginghamsburg Church in Tipp City

(937) 667-1069

ginghamsburg.org/grow/ministries/next-step

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Dayton Area Service Committee Narcotics Anonymous (DASCNA)

P.O. Box 1052 Dayton, OH 45401

(937) 833-6262 (NANA)

24 hour Helpline: (800) 587-4232

Regional Help Line

Services for children and teens

Alateen, Miami Valley Contact:

(937) 640-2008

Services: Alateen is a support group to help young people, usually teenagers, recover from the effects of someone else’s drinking.

Consolidated Care, Inc.

1522 US Highway 36 E, Suite A Urbana, OH 43078

937-653-5583

Daybreak

Contact: (937) 395-4600

Services: Daybreak serves homeless, at-risk, and troubled youth ages 10 to 24 in the Dayton region through emergency shelter, transitional housing, street outreach, and employment services.

Day-Mont Behavioral Health Care, Inc.

Contact: (937) 222-8111

Outpatient Services: Provides counseling and community supportive services to both children and their families who experience trauma, behavioral, mental, emotional, and/or substance abuse issues.

East End Community Services

Contact: 937-259-1898

Services: Support to children, teens, adults and seniors with community building, after-school and summer programming, job coaching and job placement.

Eastway Behavioral Healthcare: Northcutt Residential Treatment Center

Contact: (937) 496-2020

Services: Initial assessment; individual treatment plan; regular individual, family, and group therapy sessions along with individual and group chemical dependency counseling, if needed; psychiatric and nursing services; a structured program that includes recreation, outdoor activities, and socialization; and on-site educational services.

Eligibility: Elementary school-aged boys who are victims of trauma (physical, sexual, or emotional abuse; neglect; witnessed the abuse of family members, etc.).

Eastway Behavioral Healthcare:

Webster Street Academy and Family Center Contact:

(937) 463-2955

Eligibility: Children ages 5 – 17.

Montgomery County Juvenile Court: 10 & Under Program Contact:

(937) 225-4141

Services: A specialized intervention/prevention program designed to keep non-adjudicated youth under the age of ten from penetrating further into the juvenile justice system.

Eligibility: Youth ages ten and younger who have been referred to Juvenile Court for allegedly being unruly or having committed serious felony offenses. Youth without charges (walk-ins) can also be served by the program.

Oesterlen Services for Youth, Inc.

1918 Mechanicsburg Road Springfield, OH 45503

(937) 399-6101

Samaritan Behavioral Health, Inc.

2172 –A US Rt. 127 N., Eaton, OH 45320

937-456-1915

TCN Behavioral Health Youth Services

287 Cincinnati Avenue Xenia, OH 45385

(937)376-8700

Dual Treatment Programs

For those with both mental health and substance abuse diagnoses.

Access Hospital: Dual Diagnosis

2611 Wayne Avenue Dayton, OH 45420

(937) 256-7811

Beckett Springs

8614 Shepherd Farm Dr West Chester, OH 45069

(513) 942-9500

Insurance: Commercial Insurance, Medicare, tri-Care, Dual Medicare/Medicaid

Day-Mont Behavioral Health Care, Inc.

Multiple locations in Dayton and Clayton

Dayton Main Office: (937) 222-8111

Eastway Behavioral Healthcare:

Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) Adult Recovery Services

600 Wayne Ave Dayton, OH 45410

(937) 496-2000

Insurance: Adults with no way to pay for services must be Montgomery County residents. Adults with Medicaid do not need to be Montgomery County residents.

Miami Valley Hospital Behavioral Services Dual-Diagnosis Program

One Elizabeth Place East Medical Plaza, 1st Floor

627 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard Dayton, OH 45417

(937) 208-6719

www.miamivalleyhospital.org/Behavioral-Health/Outpatient-Services/

NOVA Behavioral Health, Inc.

Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment

732 Beckman Street Dayton, OH 45410

(800) 750-0750

www.novabehavioralhealth.org

Samaritan Behavioral Health Consumer Advocacy Model (CAM)

Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment Services

Elizabeth Place 1st floor, Entrance E

601 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd. Dayton, OH 45417-1424

Information: (937) 734-9818 or (937) 734-9817

Appointments: (937) 734-4310 or (937) 734-4311

Video line www.sbhihelp.org

South Community Behavioral Healthcare

Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment

3095 Kettering Boulevard Moraine, OH 45439

(937) 293-8300

Dayton VA Medical Center Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program (SARRTP)

4100 West Third Street Building 302, Second Floor, Room 228 Dayton, OH 45428

(937) 268-6511 ext. 2188

www.dayton.va.gov/services/satp.asp

Family Support Groups

Al-Anon / Alateen, Miami Valley

(937) 640-2008

Families of Addicts (FOA) Support Group/Life Enrichment Center

425 North Findlay Street Dayton, OH 45404

(937) 307-5479

Meeting Hours: Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. *Other meeting locations and times are available. Please see Website for the latest information.

Families of Addicts Clark County

Brad & Melanie Silvus

50 W. High Street P.O. Box 294 Springfield, OH 45501

Nar-Anon Family Groups

1 (800) 477-6291

Other resource guides and provider lists:


Naloxone distribution and training

Project DAWN (Death Avoidance With Naloxone)

Elizabeth Place 601 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd. Dayton, OH 45417-1424

(937) 224-4646 (CrisisCare)

Services: DAWN kits are available to friends and family members of anyone in Montgomery County who takes opioid-based or uses heroin.

Hours: Free classes and DAWN kits are available on Wednesdays at noon at the CrisisCare offices. Training for groups of 10 or more may be scheduled. Project DAWN

Miami County Miami County Public Health

510 W. Water St. #130 Troy, OH 45373

(937) 573-3500

www.miamicountyhealth.net/addiction-treatment-counseling-resources

McKinley Hall

1101 East High Street, Springfield, OH 45505

937-328-5300 ext. 109

TCN Behavioral Health Services, Inc.

452 W. Market St. Xenia, OH 45385

937-376-8700

www.tcn.org/news/2016/12/9/project-dawn-training-death-avoided-with-nalaxone

Mental Health Recovery Services (MHRS) of Warren & Clinton Counties

212 Cook Road Lebanon, OH

513-695-1695

Services provided at: Atrium Health Center, Mason and Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Centers

975A Kingsview Dr. Lebanon, OH 45036

Needle Exchanges

  • Montgomery County CarePoint, 937-496-7133,
  • Vogel Health Center, 6175 W. Third St. in Dayton on Tuesdays from noon to 5 p.m.
  • Olive Baptist Church, 502 Pontiac Ave. in Dayton on Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Life Enrichment Center, 425 N. Findlay St. in Dayton on Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Cincinnati Exchange Project, serving Butler County, 513-316-7725
  • Greene County SafeTrade, 937-374-5600, Fridays 1 to 4 p.m., 600 Pierce Drive in Fairborn. Drug

Drop-off Locations

  • Clark County Sheriff's Office, 120 N Fountain Ave, Springfield, (937) 521-2050
  • Greene County Sheriff's Office, 120 E. Main Street, Xenia, 937-562-4803
  • Central State University Police Department, 1400 Brush Row Rd, Wilberforce, 937-376-6223
  • City of Middletown Police, 1 Donham Plaza, Middletown, (513) 425-7766
  • Eaton Police Division, 328 N. Maple Street, Eaton, 937-456-5531
  • Preble County Sheriff's Office, 1139 Preble Drive, Eaton, 937-456-6262
  • Miami County Incarceration Facility, 2042 N. County Rd 25 A, Troy, (937) 440-3961
  • German Township Police Department, 3940 Lawrenceville Drive, Springfield, 937-855-7215
  • Dayton Police, 951 Washington St., Dayton, 937-333-1000
  • Dayton Police, 2721 Wayne Avenue Dayton Police, 335 West Third St.
  • Dayton Police, 248 Salem Avenue
  • Montgomery County Sheriff 's Office, 345 W Second St Dayton, OH 45422, 937-225-6490
  • Miami Township Police Department, 2660 Lyons Road, Miamisburg, OH 45342, 937-433-2301
  • Beavercreek Police Department, 1388 Research Pk Dr. Beavercreek, OH 45432, 937-427-5523
  • City of Miamisburg Police Department, 10 North First St. Miamisburg, Ohio 45342, 937-847-6600
  • Centerville Police Department, 155 West Spring Valley Road Centerville, Ohio 45458, 937-433-7661
  • Butler Township Police, 8526 North Dixie Drive, 937-890-2671
  • Fairborn Police Department, 70 West Hebble Ave. Fairborn , OH 45324, 937-754-3067
  • Franklin Police Department, 400 Anderson St., Franklin, OH 45005, 937-746-2882
  • German Township Police Department, 12102 State Route 725 W Germantown, OH 45327, 937-855-7215
  • City of Brookville Police, 301 Sycamore St., Brookville, OH 45309, 937-833-2001
  • Warren County Sheriff’s Office Lobby, 550 Justice Drive, Lebanon, OH 45036, Available 24/7
  • Maineville Police Department, 8188 State Route 48, Maineville, OH 45039, Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Loveland Police Department, 126 S. Lebanon Rd., Loveland, OH 45140, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Franklin Police Department, 400 Anderson St., Franklin, OH 45005, Available 24/7
  • Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Lobby, 1645 Davids Drive, Wilmington, OH 45177, Available 24/7
  • Wilmington Police Department, 69 N. South St., Wilmington, OH 45177, Available 24/7
  • Sabina Police Department Lobby, 99 N. Howard St., Sabina, OH 45169, Available 24/7
  • Urbana Hospital, 904 Scioto St., Urbana, Ohio 43078, available 24/7
  • Springfield Regional Medical Center, 100 Medical Center Drive, Springfield, Ohio 45504, accessible Monday-Friday from 7a.m. - 5 p.m.

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