Hamilton County Heroin Coalition

Opioid addiction doesn’t discriminate – it affects all kinds
of people, from all kinds of backgrounds, from every
neighborhood across our county. It’s a chronic illness,
not a choice. And it’s why the HCHC was formed.

The HCHC is a group of community members, leaders,
advocates and experts dedicated to ending the opiate
epidemic in our community. We are a collective force of
resources that provide access to care, when and where
people need it most. We connect prevention options to
treatment specialists to public health officials to law
enforcement – bringing together the right resources for
real results that make a real difference. Together, we deeply
and holistically treat this illness, and address its impact on
Hamilton County. Together, we save lives and strengthen
families. And together, we fight addiction for the health
and wellness of all.

Who we are:
We are an action team who connect people to the right
resources and right treatments.

What we do:
We address addiction through best practices and 360°
solutions. We set strategies, break down barriers and
connect systems to create impact. We function within
five areas of expertise:
• Prevention
• Treatment
• Harm Reduction
• Law Enforcement
• 1st Responders

Why we matter:
Opioid addiction deeply affects our community and every
person in it. Every member of the HCHC has been impacted
or lost someone from this epidemic. The numbers are
staggering. The struggle is real. Our help is critical. What
we do is truly a matter of life and death.

2019 State of Heroin Crisis

State of Heroin Crisis 2019
24/7 Hotlines

Addiction Services Council
Local: (513) 281-7880
Kentucky: (859) 415-9280

Beckett Springs
(513) 817-0907

BrightView
(513) 834-7063

Mental Health Hotline
(513) 281-CARE

Drug & Poison Information Center (DPIC)
(513) 636-5111

Contact Information
Program Coordinator
Emily Manning (513) 946-4311

Social Media
Hamilton County Heroin Coalition Facebook Page