Ashland County Council of Alcohol and Drug Abuse

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Supporting you on the road to  recovery with resources and treatments that bring hope.




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You don’t have to have it all together to get help. At ACCADA, we know everyone has a different story to tell, and we will meet you where you are to provide the resources and treatment that can improve your life. 

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We’re here to listen and learn about your story. Same-day appointments are available to get started. 

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Once you’ve shared your story, we’ll put together a treatment plan that’s individualized to your needs.

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Keep Walking

Recovery is a journey. We’re here to walk with you, celebrate every victory, and provide continued support.

You are not alone.

Addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma… these are things that bring loneliness, especially when you’re not sure where to turn for understanding and support. ACCADA is here to help with compassionate understanding and treatment that helps individuals and families move forward in healthy ways. Services include counseling and a variety of recovery programs. Learn more on Our Services page or connect with us to start your journey to healing.

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Upcoming Events

May 5, 2023

RAP Course - MAY 5-8, 2023

RAP is often offered as a constructive alternative to jail time for people who receive a DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or OVI (Operating a Vehicle Impaired). RAP provides a 72-hour education course on alcohol and drugs, as well as traffic safety.

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Ashland County Council on
Alcoholism and Drug Abuse

Phone: (419) 289-7675

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Ashland Location
310 College Avenue
Ashland, Ohio 44805

Hours: Weekdays 8:30-5:30, Weds. hours extend to 8 PM
Loudonville Location
Kettering Health Center
546 North Union Street
Loudonville, Ohio 44842

Hours: Thursdays, 1-5 PM

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In addition to our services in Ashland, we offer services in Loudonville. Our Loudonville office is at the Kettering Health Center, 546 North Union Street. We provide services at this location on Thursdays from 1 to 5 PM.

To schedule an appointment, call (419) 289-7675.