Category Archives: News

Realizing it was Time for a Change

I am an Army veteran currently working as an intern at Joseph House. I am an artist/painter by trade. My drug of choice is alcohol. Adjusting to civilian life after service was difficult. I relied on drinking to help cope but, in doing so, found myself going from job to job and in and out […]

Joseph House Awarded Grants for New Treatment Facility

Greater Cincinnati will soon have a new facility to call “home” for its veterans who are battling addiction thanks to the generous support of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and DAV (Disabled American Veterans). With combined grants of more than $4.7 million ($3.275 million from the VA and $1.5 million from DAV), Joseph House […]

Living in Balance Program Launched at Joseph House

Joseph House has introduced a new program designed to help veterans move from a life of addiction to a life of recovery. The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) called Living in Balance by Hazelden launched in February 2022. It’s a 12-week drug and alcohol abuse program that helps participants identify situations that serve as triggers and […]

Staff Salute: Monica Bolton

As a clinical counselor at Joseph House, Brandon Cooper helps veterans overcome their biggest challenges dealing with life and addiction, and is always looking for ways to innovate to always provide excellent service. Get to know him in our staff salute.

Gift from Sheriff’s Office to Help Veterans

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office recently donated $10,000 to Joseph House to help provide treatment and care to our veterans who are struggling with addiction. The gift was announced in conjunction with the unveiling of a commemorative badge in honor of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Hamilton County deputies will begin wearing the […]

Joseph House Receives Grants to Launch Outpatient Pilot Program

Joseph House recently received three grants to help launch an outpatient pilot program to engage veterans struggling with addiction to get their lives back on track. The gifts included $72,000 from Disabled American Veterans, $50,000 from Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) and $25,000 from Spalding. Certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, […]

Joseph House Mourns Passing of Bill Boone

It’s with heavy hearts that we share news of the unexpected passing of Bill Boone, our dear friend and former Joseph House client and employee. Boone first came to Joseph House in 1999. He turned to the organization for help with an alcohol addiction that was taking a major toll on his life. “The drinking […]

Physically, Emotionally and Spiritually Broken

I came to Joseph House in May of 2019 from the Cincinnati VA Medical Center after a severe alcohol relapse. I was broken – physically, emotionally and spiritually. Joseph House has been helpful in supporting me while I restore my life. They are compassionate and understanding and provide a safe environment. During my recovery journey, […]