A Look At Cornerstone of Recovery's Ohio Campus
Cornerstone of Recovery’s founder, William J. (Bill) Hood, was a successful corporate executive in East Tennessee, overseeing his industry’s operations is both North and South America. At the height of his career, however, the disease of alcoholism robbed him of his profession, and it nearly cost him his family, his sanity, and his life. In 1979, he got sober and discovered a passion for helping others to do the same. Ten years later, he established Cornerstone of Recovery, beginning with a small staff and only 18 patients who had the desire to find a new way of life, free from the misery of addiction and alcoholism.
Bill Hood died in 1993 but his legacy lives on: Cornerstone of Recovery is now a four-facility campus on the banks of the Little River, just outside of Knoxville, Tennessee. Ten years ago, the torchbearers of Bill’s vision recognized the need for outpatient treatment in Ohio, the state with ties to the Hood family as well as Bill’s sobriety journey. Today, Cornerstone of Recovery Ohio offers Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) to recovering individuals in the Columbus area, including communities such as of Dublin, Worthington, Hilliard, Westerville, Bexley, Pickerington, Reynoldsburg, Powell, Plain City, Upper Arlington, Grandview, Gahanna and Whitehall.
The staff members at Cornerstone of Recovery Ohio offer the same beacon of hope that was Bill Hood’s dream. Accredited by the Joint Commission and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Cornerstone of Recovery provides comprehensive alcohol and drug treatment, specifically tailored to the diverse needs of patients and their families. The comfortable and welcoming facility in Columbus provides a setting for Intensive Outpatient Treatment, using modalities that have been proven successful for so many others at Cornerstone who are now enjoying a life without alcohol or drugs.
The goal of treatment is to provide a new way of life, free from the shackles of alcohol and drug abuse and the damage caused by substance dependence. Like Bill Hood, we believe that no person with an addiction should live in misery or die as a result of this chronic and progressive disease. There is a better way of life, and at Cornerstone of Recovery, we will help you discover it.
Cornerstone of Recovery
5003 Horizons Dr STE 110
Columbus, OH 43220