The Alcohol, Drug Addiction, Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties will host a groundbreaking ceremony for a men’s substance use treatment center in Dennison, Ohio.
Stillwater Crossing, located on Dudgeon Way in Dennison, will be the first publicly funded men’s residential treatment center in our two-county area. Historically men with a drug or alcohol addiction have needed to leave the community to get this level of care. When they return, they don’t have the treatment providers or support system gained while in out-of-county services. Having this resource in the community will allow men to stay involved with the same providers, support groups, and peers that helped move them from addiction to recovery.
Stillwater Crossing will house 16 men at any given time with the goal of supporting their transition to recovery. Services will include medication, groups, individual therapy, case management and peer support services. The focus will be not only on supporting the transition from addiction to sobriety but sustaining recovery long-term upon discharge. The program will be operated by OhioGuidestone who has over two decades of experience with residential treatment services.
The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for August 9th at 10 a.m. at 700 Dudgeon Way, Dennison, Ohio with an anticipated project completion in May 2024.