restoring hope to those trapped in opiate addiction, human trafficking and generational poverty
a long term, faith-based, residential recovery program offering a 18-month process of healing for people struggling with addiction or those hopeless in spirit.
a safe environment to build trust with women that are sexually exploited through building trust and crisis intervention.
a non-judgemental place where men can come and receive basic needs and resources to cultivate life change and a path out of their current environment.
Compassion Outreach Ministries of Ohio exist to meet people in their deepest need. Our drop in centers are in place to provide a service to the people that are often overlooked or left behind in times of crisis. It is important to us that our response to a crisis reflects that central value.
Because of recent concerns and CDC recommendations over the outbreak of the coronavirus and the wise counsel of healthcare professionals to get ahead of the curve, we have adjusted the way we meet the needs of those in our care. The staff of both drop in centers (THREE-Women; TWO-Men) are providing food and hygiene products during our regular operating hours. With extended hours on Thursday at the Women's center and Sunday at the Men’s center.
Out of concern for the safety of our clients and volunteers the buildings will be closed and we will serve from the porches of the houses.
In the first week of the of the adjusted schedule we more than doubled the meals distributed thorugh the centers.
Thank you to all of those who have responded so generously,
Beth & Tim Tabor and staff
Sign up to hear from us about events, needs, or our newsletter.