Whether giving of your time, talent or treasure, there are many ways to join CompDrug as a leader in addressing addiction and mental health disorders.

More than a donation, your gift is an investment in our Central Ohio community. Addiction is a pervasive community issue, and takes an entire community to address effectively. CompDrug is addressing addiction across the lifespan by preventing and treating addiction with a holistic, evidence-based and comprehensive approach.

CompDrug is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.


CompDrug is a leader in addressing addiction, treating over 1,500 patients each year for substance use disorder and specializing in the treatment of opioid abuse disorder. CompDrug’s wrap-around services and supports include medical, psychiatric, psychological and clinical care, as well as case management support that helps individuals when they are most in need.

CompDrug also has specialized programming for pregnant women and parents, Franklin County specialty docket court systems and other individuals most at risk in our community.


Youth to Youth impacts hundreds of youth and adults in Central Ohio, and thousands of young people nationwide every year through drug and alcohol prevention activities. Youth to Youth is a national leader in drug and alcohol prevention, using a youth-led empowerment approach to develop life and leadership skills in young people. For more information visit www.youthtoyouth.net

CompDrug is proud of its partnerships, and believes working together is key to ensuring availability, access and equity of services. If you’re interested in joining our mission as a community or corporate sponsor, contact Development Director Stephanie Christie at schristie@compdrug.org or 614-586-7959 to explore the ways in which we can work together.

Current volunteer opportunities include working with young people through our Youth to Youth program. For more information, contact Stephanie Christie at schristie@compdrug.org or 614-586-7959.