The Ohio Sobriety, Treatment, and Reducing Trauma (START) Program provides wrap-around services to children and families impacted by opiates and other drugs. The START model provides collaboration between public children services agencies and addiction and recovery treatment providers, family peer mentors, sober parenting support, child-focused services to address trauma and provide developmental supports and other services. START’s website provides information about the model, listings of available trainings and resources.
Funding Source: Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services, Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Ohio Attorney General’s Office, Office of the Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Casey Family Programs, United Healthcare, Anthem, PhRMA, and HealthPath Foundation
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A link to the website for the Ohio Sobriety, Treatment, and Reducing Trauma (START) Program, which provides wrap-around services to children and families impacted by opiates and other drugs