ORIANA HOUSE
FOUNDED IN 1981
A NATIONALLY
RENOWNED
COMMUNITY
CORRECTIONS
AND CHEMICAL
DEPENDENCY
TREATMENT
AGENCY

Admissions - Summit County

For eligibility, scheduling, or payment information on any of Oriana House's community corrections programs please call the Oriana House Admissions Department at (330) 535-8116.


Driver Intervention Programs (DIP) and Multiple Offender Program (MOP)

Confinement begins for first-time DUI offenders Thursday at 5:00 p.m. and ends Sunday at 5:00 p.m. for the three-day program and Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. for the six-day program. Offenders in the three-day Driver Intervention Program serve their time at 885 East Buchtel Avenue in Akron. Offenders sentenced to the six-day program spend their first three days at the Buchtel Avenue facility (lower level of Oriana House Administrative Offices) and are transferred to the Glenwood Minimum Security Jail on Glenwood Avenue in Akron for the last three days.


The Multiple Offender program is located at the Glenwood Jail, 40 East Glenwood Avenue, in Akron.


Residential Program Visitation

If you are a client coming into a residential program, you will be assigned a caseworker upon your arrival who will review all of the program rules, including visitation, with you. Visitation policies vary by program and clients are instructed to contact the people they place on visitation lists to inform them of the visitation hours.


Sending Mail

Clients in any of Oriana House's residential programs are able to receive mail. Letters should be addressed to:

Client's name, resident
Oriana House
P.O. Box 1501
Akron, Ohio 44309


Client Confidentiality

In order to protect the confidentiality of our clients, Oriana House does not provide the names of individuals who are in our programs to the public.


Approved Personal Property

Each residential facility has its own procedures outlining what personal property is allowed to be brought into the facility. Unauthorized items will be confiscated. For specific information contact Oriana House Admissions Department at (330) 535-8116.


Family Matters Education Program

At Oriana House we believe that addiction is a disease that affects the entire family. Our Family Matters Education Program is designed to educate, support, and promote healing through specific forums designed with the family member in mind, along with integrated skill building and communication exercises. Registration is required for the weekly, evening classes. Click here for more information.