The city is helping those fight their addictions and with the costs this week.
Last year 522 people died from drug overdoses in Franklin County alone, according to 10TV. The City of Columbus is doing its part to help those struggling with addiction with free lifesaving counseling.
At seven locations in the city, people can walk-in for free help. The Recover Walk-Ins will take place from noon to 9pm, April 29-May 3 at these locations.
- St. Stephens Community House, 1500 E. 17th Ave.
- Central Community House, 1150 E. Main St.
- OSU African American and African Studies Community Extension Center, 905 Mt. Vernon Ave. *(noon-5 p.m. only),
- John Maloney Healthcare Center, 1905 Parsons Ave.
- Columbus Neighborhood Health Center-Great Southern, 3781 S. High St.
- Jordan’s Crossing, 342 N. Hague Ave.
- APDS, 1409 Livingston Ave.
Services are available on a drop-in basis and no appointment is needed.
Wendy Williams Admits Struggle With Addiction, Living In Sober House
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Wendy Williams just bravely admitted, live on her show, that she’s been living at a Sober House and attending meetings around the city with others who struggle with addiction.— Gia Peppers (@GiaPeppers) March 19, 2019
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Kudos to @WendyWilliams for keeping it real about her addiction on TV— Papi. (@sirdutches) March 19, 2019
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I salute #WendyWilliams. Talk about vulnerability.— Nai Stafford (@NaiStafford) March 19, 2019
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Is #WendyWilliams admitting she fell off the wagon?— Cindy Dorell 🦅 (@cindorella) March 19, 2019
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Free Walk-Ins For Columbus Clinics To Help Addicts was originally published on mycolumbuspower.com