Oriana House is Participating in Fugitive Safe Surrender Program

An upcoming Fugitive Safe Surrender event will provide an opportunity for people who have outstanding felony and misdemeanor warrants (including traffic violations) to voluntarily surrender in a safe manner in exchange for the possibility of favorable consideration on resolving their case.

Female Clients Pass ServSafe Certification Exam

Oriana House’s first group of female clients to complete their In2Work training passed the ServSafe certification exam.

Rigel Recovery Services in Norwalk Ohio is open following fire.

Rigel Recovery Services located 1 E. Willard Ave. in Norwalk has reopened following a fire that occurred there. Individuals in need of behavioral health treatment including outpatient substance use and/or mental health counseling, medication assisted treatment, family education and support, or anyone who wants to pick up Narcan can stop into the office at 1 E. Willard Avenue in Norwalk, or call 567-424-6412 for more information.

Rigel Recovery Services in Norwalk Ohio is temporarily closed due to fire damage.

Rigel Recovery Services located 1 E. Willard Ave. in Norwalk is temporarily closed due to fire damage. Current clients will be contacted with information on how services will continue to be provided. Clients can call 567-220-7018 for more information.

Oriana House Receives 1.1 Million Dollar Grant to Improve Treatment Accessibility for Adults in Reentry

The U.S. Department of Justice awarded a $1,125,000 grant to Oriana House, Inc., to create the COACH Program (Coaches Operating Alongside Clients for Healing) to provide substance use disorder treatment services to individuals charged with felony offenses in Summit County, Ohio.

Oriana House TMRC Receives 2023 Cliff Skeen Award

One of Oriana House's halfway houses, the Terrence Mann Residential Center (TMRC) in Akron, received an award from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. TMRC is the 2023 recipient of the prestigious Clifford Skeen Award which is presented annually to residential and non-residential programs in recognition of excellence in community corrections. The award is given in honor of the late Clifford Skeen, an Ohio legislator who sponsored Ohio’s Community Correction Act.

The selection process included staff and client interviews and an on-site visit. TMRC holds a 100% accreditation score from the American Correctional Association and is OhioMHAS and PREA certified.

MidTown Cleveland Honors Oriana House

Oriana House's Fannie M. Lewis Community Corrections and Treatment Center (CCTC) is proud to receive MidTown Cleveland's 2023 Community Partner Award. The award is in recognition of Oriana House providing MidTown with dedicated volunteers while working alongside MidTown's staff, community members, and partners. Oriana House strives to be a good neighbor in the communities we serve and we are grateful for the important work Midtown does.