About Holt Street Miracle Center
Holt Street Miracle Center is a Residential Drug and Alcohol Recovery Center that provides a family like setting for homeless veterans. Physically comprised of a 6 bed housing complex, administrative office, staffed kitchen, and laundry facilities, HSMC prepares residents for re-entry into mainstream society, by completion of a 90 to 120-day program that is administered by our staff of up to 12 professionals and non-professionals. Our treatment program includes a unique “total person” approach that utilizes many principles found in spiritually based 12-step recovery programs. The results of our project are the reduction of homelessness, suffering, and domestic violence in the Dayton Area. The HSMC works closely with the Veterans Administration and collaborates with 28 similar supportive services in the Dayton area including: Booth House, Combined Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (CADAS), Crisis Care, Eastway Corporation, Mercy Manor, Nova House, Optimal Employment and Consulting, Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC), Samaritan Clinic, St. Vincent Hotel and DePaul, Daybreak, The Other Place, Wesley Center, YWCA Shelter and Housing Network, Red Cross Housing..
Dayton Ohio has set a new record for deaths of accidental overdoses of opioids. Holt St Miracle Center has been on a mission to reduce opioids/drug use by offering several programs to help get on track and become a sober productive citizen in the community.
We have AA/NA meetings, one on one counseling as well as group drug counseling. We have a case manager to direct and assist with community resources. Life Skill meetings with job training and budgeting classes.
Holt Street Miracle Center provides family outreach, food pantry, clothing from donations, Christmas and Thanksgiving help for families.