Our Mission

Our Mission is to lead the nation in providing comprehensive, culturally appropriate, evidenced-based prevention, treatment, recovery, re-entry and educational services for Ohio's African and Hispanic American communities by assisting youth, families, and communities in developing healthy lifestyle choices.

Our Programs

UMADAOP of Cincinnati, Inc. provides programs that cover a broad range of services. These services include but are not limited to Medication Assisted Treatment for Adult and Youth, Professional Intervention Services, Adult Substance Abuse Treatment , Peer Support Services (Recovery Coach),Adult & Youth Prevention & Education Services, Alternative Activities, Alternative Education Placement Services, Community Awareness Outreach Services, Professional Prevention Education Series, Violence Prevention Education Services, and Youth Substance Abuse Treatment, School Based Prevention , Education & Treatment Services.

UMADAOP of Cincinnati, Inc. has developed programs to meet the cultural, age-appropriate and social-economic needs of their clientele. Utilizing a wholistic approach to work toward the arrest and prevention of substance abuse and related problems, the agency provides the following services:

  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment
  • Non-intensive Outpatient Treatment
  • Adult & Youth Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Re-entry Prevention and Treatment Services for Youth & Adults (CFRO)
  • School Based Treatment
  • Substance Abuse Prevention Services for Youth & Adults
  • Substance Abuse Education Services for Youth & Adults
  • Professional Prevention Education Series
  • Community Awareness

Our Approach

We provide a safe structured full continuum of care that is effective, person centered, culturally and linguistically appropriate service that promote wellness for youth and adults. Our service model utilizes evidence based practices and curriculum that support the cultural context of individuals and families. It is our belief that no one lives in a vacuum therefore we integrate families in the healing process and everyone has the ability to enhance their life and the life of others that are affective by their behavior.

These services include adult and youth outpatient intensive & non-intensive treatment, medication-assisted treatment, re-entry services for returning youth and adult citizens and their families, prevention services for youth and adults, and training for the individuals, families, services provides and the community at large.

Our programming expands access to an array of treatment and support, to include recovery coaching, faith-based and non-traditional programs. Services are designed to enhance participation in treatment and help improve individuals’ functioning, and promote community involvement. The Outpatient Treatment and Recovery services include assessment, individual, family and group counseling, crisis intervention, case management, urinalysis, alcohol and drug addiction client/family education services; school based therapy and integrated medication assisted treatment.

Our prevention services approach it to provide youth led leadership to support the needs and concerns of countywide youth. Prevention services are integrated in the natural environment as to promote good decision-making, refusal skills, healthy perspectives, and success both individually and collectively.

About Our President/CEO

The Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Programs (UMADAOP) of Ohio were established in 1980. A network was developed to adequately address the prevention of alcohol abuse among African and Hispanic Americans throughout Ohio. The original eight programs were called Urban Minority Alcoholism Outreach Programs (UMAOP) and operated under the guidance of implementing agencies. They were located in Akron, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Cleveland Hispanic, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo and Youngstown. Through the years, other programs were added, and although UMAOP had always addressed drugs other than alcohol, in 1987, the 117th Ohio General Assembly passed into law the name change to The Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Programs of Ohio.

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services currently funds 12 UMADAOPs and one specialized program component in northwest Ohio to provide additional services to Hispanic citizens.They are a vital force in meeting the substance abuse education, prevention and treatment needs of African and Hispanic/Latino Americans throughout the state of Ohio.

UMADAOP Cincinnati

3021 Vernon Pl Suite 2
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Phone:(513) 541-7099
Email: cincyumadaop.org

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