Run 4 Recovery 5K
Register now for our 5th annual Run 4 Recovery 5K!

Registration is now open for our annual 5k! Please help support The Hope Spot in our mission to support those affected by substance use disorders by registering for our Run 4 Recover/Pace 4 Prevention run. Your participation will help us grow our vital community programs.

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Recovery is Necessary for Community Success

Recovery from addiction is a process of change through which an individual achieves improved health, wellness, and quality of life. Recovery from mental disorders is a process of change through whitch individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.
The Hope Spot is a place for both individuals and families to find help and support for long-term recovery from addiction and mental illness. To know more call (937) 352-6367

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Come Join Us

The Hope Spot is a great place to find all sorts of resources to help you and your family recover from the affects of addiction. Join us for one of our weekly meetings or our various special events put on throughout the year

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Have questions about recovery? Click here to see frequently asked questions and helpful links.

What is Addiction

Addiction is a complex condition, a brain disease that is manifested by compulsive substance use despite harmful consequence.

Donate

The Hope Spot is dependent on the community in order to provide a safe place of learning and treatment for our surrounding area. All donations will go directly to that cause

Our Stories

Tom's Story

My name’s Tom Bennett, I’m an alcoholic. Born and raised an Ohioan, youngest of seven and born a New Year’s baby…

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Your Story

This could be your story. Write your story and submit via email to thehopespot@outlook.com

Coming Soon

Your Story

This could be your story. Write your story and submit via email to thehopespot@outlook.com

Come Join Us

The Hope Spot is a tool to be utilized for all types of people suffering from the affects of addiction, either directly or indirectly. There are community resources to help families and individuals. Give us a call or stop in and say hi. We will be glad to have you.