The Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home is a residential recovery program for men and women, including those with children. We assist clients with sober re-entry into community, work and family. During an individual's stay with us, we provide stable, safe, and sober housing, balanced nutrition, parenting skills, employment preparation and assistance, and sober living skills for maintaining long-term sobriety.
To provide a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment for people who suffer from alcoholism or other chemical addictions. The MOV Fellowship Home allows sufficient time for withdrawl and then develops a personal recovery program and plan for re-entry into the community, work and family.
Our belief is that alcoholism and addiction is a chronic, progressive, and fatal disease with psychological, environmental, and often genetic factors. We believe the 12-step programs, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, are spiritual programs that positively impact one's life in a very profound sense.
Each conversation and visit with our daughter was a breath of hope.
"We were merely going through our daily lives as we helplessly watched our daughter's life spin out of control, down a path of personal destruction. The Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home helped us realize that there was hope for our daughter's future."
— Marty and Jack
We are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week with caring individuals who are themselves a true testimony to the benefits of living a healthy, sober lifestyle.
Our peer recovery Staff
Board of Directors
The Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home is governed by a volunteer board of directors who are responsible for the oversight of the organization, as well as long-term vision and planning.
Current board members:
John Hastie - President
Keith Campbell - President Elect
Doug Hess - Immediate Past-President
Darlene Parsons - Treasurer
Kristi Bond - Secretary