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Ohio County Donates 25-Acre Property for New Center

10/24/2017 - ATIN - Summit County in Ohio will be donating part of an 89-acre former hospital property for a proposed new residential treatment center. About 25 acres of the property in Lakemore, OH, near Akron will be given to Hope United and Restore Addiction Recovery, two local not-for-profit groups recently formed to fight the opioid crisis by building a local center.

Hope United is working to raise $10 million to build a sober-living campus on the property. The campus would include a year long treatment facility, residential housing and an after-care community center called Tyler's Redemption Place.

Restore Addiction Recovery wants to build a 75-bed long-term recovery center. The first phase would be for men, with facilities for women and adolescents being added in later phases.

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