Our Story

Oriana House changes lives and contributes to achieving healthier and safer communities by providing compassionate, high quality, and effective community corrections and behavioral health services.

Oriana House began as an independent, non-profit community corrections agency in 1981 with a primary focus of helping the criminal justice system manage driving-while-intoxicated offenders. Today, Oriana House provides services throughout much of Ohio to help communities and individuals address the issues of addiction, mental health, community corrections, and reentry.

Communities, families, and individuals are stronger when people are able to maintain sobriety, change problematic thinking and behaviors, and establish healthy relationship skills.

It’s a privilege to help people navigate through and rise above the circumstances that bring them to us. Their accomplishments are our greatest success.

Watch this video to see how we change lives.