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Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) is the State of Ohio agency that partners with Ohioans with disabilities to achieve quality employment, independence and Social Security disability determination outcomes.

It is accomplished through its Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR), Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired (BSVI) and Division of Disability Determination (DDD). A fourth area is the Division of Employer and Innovation Services (EIS), which is responsible for establishing and maintaining partnerships with employers.


At Goodwill Easterseals Miami Valley our mission is to empower people with disabilities and other disadvantages to achieve independence and improve their quality of life.

Our vision is to make it possible for all people to live, learn, work and play with full inclusion in the life of the community.


The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) of Montgomery County is responsible for the planning, funding and monitoring of public mental health and alcohol and other drug addiction services.

Under Ohio law, the ADAMHS is one of 50 Boards coordinating the public behavioral health system in Ohio. The has the legal responsibility and authority for the provision of mental health and addiction treatment services and contracts with provider agencies to deliver services that assist consumers and clients on the road to recovery.

The is statutorily empowered by the Ohio Revised Code Section 340 to establish a unified system of service and supports for individuals with mental illness and addiction.

Road to Recovery:

Road to Recovery Every Thursday from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.!
Where: Building 6, room 142 (Conference Room)
Who do we help?

Sinclair students affected by friends or families addiction or students addicted to alcohol or other substance.

Road to Recovery

What do we provide?

Regular Support, Resources, Education, Help and find hope & a new pathway to recovery

What to expect:

  • A safe and confidential environment to share feelings & experiences
  • Support from peers and leaders
  • Speaker students picking discussion topics


Leaders of Support Group:

Brenda Smith, MS, CDCA II, Counseling Services Counselor
John Potter, MA, LPC, Accessibility Services Counselor

Autism Support Group:

You have been invited to join!  This group is dedicated to offering support for  students  within the Autism Spectrum and is an opportunity to make new friends, as well as a safe space for discussing topics related to college life. Autism Support Flyer

When: Thursday 4:00-5:00 PM

Every week beginning August 23!

Where: 12-301A conference room

Tartan Scholars:

Our goal is to serve students who have lived the experience of foster care and aspire to higher education. We offer a range of supports customized to the unique experience of these students. The Tartan Scholars Connection students will meet with their Connection Coach who will help develop a holistic plan of services to achieve success. Visit the Tartan Scholars page, for more information about the program.