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  • MARYHAVEN ON A MISSION

    “Meeting people where they are in their lives. That seems the best way to describe my approach to serving as President and CEO of Maryhaven. Maryhaven helps people restore hope in their lives, leads the kind of research and innovation that overcomes the complexities of mental illness and addiction, and serves people with a passion which comes from deep within our hearts.”
    — Shawn Holt, President & CEO

     

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Keeping addicted moms with their kids

The Maryhaven Women’s Care Program allows women who are battling alcohol and drug addiction to get up to four months of treatment in an extended stay facility that looks much like a home. See the full story here.

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    Central Ohio’s oldest and most comprehensive treatment center. Maryhaven has effectively served people and families dealing with addiction and/or mental illness since 1953.

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Recent News

  • “State of Our City” focuses on opioid epidemic

    It reaches into every neighborhood of the city. That’s how Mayor Andrew Ginther describes the opioid epidemic that has a tight grip on Columbus.

    How to beat it was a topic of discussion at his “State of Our City” community conversation.

    A panel of doctors and community leaders fielded questions about public health and Celebrate One, an agency working to reduce the city’s infant mortality rate. Issues, experts say, are all connected to an epidemic.

    “This disease is affecting all of us. We’re fortunate to live in a great community. There are a lot of great things going on in this community, but we do have some issues that we need to work out with this disease,” CEO of Maryhaven Shaw Holt said.

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  • Maryhaven will add detox beds

    Franklin County could soon have dozens more treatment beds available for the surging number of people who need to detox from heroin and other opioids.

    Maryhaven is planning to open a 50-bed facility — one with the space to add even more — in the coming months, officials said. The location has not been disclosed, but it will be in an existing building, separate from the treatment center’s 32-bed main campus on the South Side.

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  • On a Mission

    New Maryhaven President & CEO Shawn Holt was recently featured in Columbus Business First’s People to Know (click “Read More” to find the link). Below is a blog describing Shawn’s journey to Maryhaven and what’s next…

    Meeting people where they are in their lives. That seems the best way to describe my approach to serving as president and CEO of Maryhaven. I believe Maryhaven should help people recover hope in their lives, lead the kind of research and innovation that overcomes the complexities of mental illness and addiction, and serve people with a passion that comes from deep within our hearts.

    That approach flows naturally from my personal and professional experiences. I was born to a 16-year old mom and never really knew my father.

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