Africentric Personal Development Shop

1409 E Livingston Avenue Columbus, Ohio, 43205

614-253-4448Website Link


APDS is an innovative behavioral healthcare center, established in 1988, that uses the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria guidelines and models of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques for the prevention, treatment, and recovery from alcohol and other drugs use disorders. Cost for services are based on customer’s household income. APDS is primarily funded by the ADAMH Board of Franklin County. The support of ADAMH allows APDS to provide services to many individuals and families that typically can’t afford quality counseling services.

Anyone in Ohio can obtain free naloxone and overdose response education through Project DAWN locations. Please contact a Project DAWN program in your county to obtain a naloxone (Narcan) kit and training on how to use it. In addition to the locations listed below, most Project DAWN programs also schedule naloxone training events at different locations in the community.