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Conceived by and for alcoholic women, the Edna House offers a unique recovery opportunity to any woman with the desire to stay sober.

what we do

Conceived by and for alcoholic women, the Edna House offers a unique recovery opportunity to any woman with the desire to stay sober.

The Edna House for Women offers long-term, structured sober living and education to women seeking recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol.

Our program was founded on the belief that every woman, regardless of her circumstances, could get sober if given the opportunity, and that the existing recovery community offered the critical link to the long term, uninterrupted sobriety that so many of us failed to attain on our own.

  • Thanks to Edna House, I finally have the life that I always wanted but didn't know how to get. - Anonymous
  • I entered the Edna house in 2006 and haven't found it necessary to take any mood or mind altering substances since and I will be forever grateful. - Anonymous
  • I am truly grateful to the Edna House and all those associated with it. - Anonymous

The Edna House for Women offers long-term, structured sober living and education to women seeking recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol.

Our program was founded on the belief that every woman, regardless of her circumstances, could get sober if given the opportunity, and that the existing recovery community offered the critical link to the long term, uninterrupted sobriety that so many of us failed to attain on our own.

Upcoming Events

Recovery gifts

April 7, 2015 - May 7, 2015

Serenity Shop @ Edna Boutique

Shop Edna Boutique for Recovery Gifts!

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August 16, 2015

Third Annual Recovery Race

August 16 – Edgewater Park
5K Run / 1 Mile Walk

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Whats Happening

Alumnae Spotlight

April 16, 2015

Founder and Board Chair, Erin Becker joins Nicky Kelly  at the Conference on Opiates and Other Drugs

On March 30-31, 2015, Ohio’s 2015 Conference on Opiates and Other Drugs was hosted by the Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Mental Health and //MORE

Alumnae Expressions

March 5, 2015

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By now you have no doubt read or heard the news:  There’s an epidemic of addiction to drugs and alcohol that is rampant in our community.   Unintentional drug overdose //MORE

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