Sojourner perinatal program director Kendra Hall and former patient and now building manager Leslie Simpson talk about the benefits of the Motherhood and Maternity Addiction Services recovery house in Hamilton.

More addiction treatment coming to Butler County

Sojourner to double capacity at women’s residential treatment facility.

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In partnership with the Butler County Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Services Board, Sojourner Recovery Services has expanded its women’s program, which provides residential treatment services to area women with drug or alcohol addiction.

“We are excited about adding more residential treatment beds,” said Maria Laib, executive director of Sojourner Recovery Services. “The expansion will have a positive impact on our community by providing greater access to addiction treatment for women in need, and will further our initiative to save more lives.”

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Sojourner Recovery Services did not specify how many residential treatment beds it was adding.

Sojourner Recovery Services serves Butler, Preble, Warren and Clinton counties, as well as other areas in Ohio. Walk-ins and referrals are welcome for assessment from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at 1430 University Blvd. in Hamilton.