Alvis Treatment Programs For Mothers With Addiction Scarce By Ohio Public Radio • Oct 9, 2018 Ohio Public Radio Opioid abuse is taking its toll on Ohio families, especially children who often find themselves being passed from one place to another with no stability. Ginther Hosts First State Of City Substitute Event By Mike Foley • Feb 1, 2018 WCBE Files Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther last night hosted the first of five neighborhood conversations, which are being held this year as an alternative to the traditional State of the City address. Multiple Overdoses Reported At Alvis House By Jim Letizia • Apr 10, 2017 Columbus Police are investigating multiple overdoses at Alvis House. Exploring Local Connections Between Racism And Homelessness By Mike Foley • Nov 30, 2016 us.thinkt3.com Advocates for the homeless and social service groups held a forum yesterday on the connection between racism and homelessness. Columbus Officials Reiterate Importance Of Naloxone By Mike Foley • Jul 12, 2016 Associated Press After a weekend full of opiate overdoses in Columbus, city officials encouraged drug addicts to obtain the widely-available antidote and seek treatment.