About Us

To reduce the incidence and prevalence of violence, poly substance use/abuse and its negative affects among at-risk individuals and families.

To teach individuals to take responsibility for their actions; to examine and confront the values, beliefs and attitudes that contributes to those actions; and to develop positive alternatives to destructive environmental factors.

Integrity, Resiliency, Stewardship & Commitment

Lima UMADAOP was founded in 1986 and became a freestanding 501c3 in 1993. We have a proven history of establishing new programs and developing policies in a systematic and timely manner to accomplish growth and expansion. Our services are responsive to the issues of gender, age, disability, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation and reflect support, acceptance, and understanding of cultural and lifestyle diversity.
We understand that the family dynamic in drug and alcohol addiction is incredibly powerful. Our unique 'family first' approach in combination with a Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC) offers individualized comprehensive services across one’s lifespan. An integrated service system anchored in the community that involves family, allies, peer recovery support and the experiences of recovering individuals and their families.

Our commitment, integrity, stewardship, and resiliency are the core values of who we are. The primary purpose of Lima UMADAOP is to provide culturally appropriate prevention services to African and Hispanic American communities in Ohio. To teach individuals to take responsibility for their actions;