Substance Abuse Resources & Disability Issues (SARDI)

Active Projects

  • DayTREE: The DayTREE project was developed to address risk factors facing young adults aged 18-24, who may be at greater risk of victimization due to homelessness or marginal housing situations. The participants in the Dayton, Ohio area receive strengths-based case management, transportation assistance, health screening, and treatment referral.
  • Offender Reentry Program (ORP): SARDI has partnered with the MonDay Community Correctional Institution to provide transitional services for returning citizens with substance abuse problems. Our purpose is to reduce recidivism in Montgomery County, Ohio by expanding current substance abuse treatment and recovery services.
  • Zero Suicide Project: Through partnerships with the Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services Board (MCADAMHS), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and local healthcare organizations, SARDI serves as the evaluation team for the Montgomery County Zero Suicide Project. The purpose of the project is to prevent suicide deaths and attempts in Montgomery County, Ohio by implementing the Zero Suicide model across the system of care. SARDI provides, training, technical assistance, data analysis, and reporting services to assess the impact of Zero Suicide services on participants at-risk for suicide.
  • Other Evaluation Grants: The SARDI program has over 30 years of training and program evaluation experience and currently administers over $8 million in grants and manages data for over 70,000 participants in 10 research projects, making SARDI a leading authority in providing evaluation services for various federally funded and local community behavioral health projects throughout Ohio. Partners for these projects include state and local government agencies, community-based treatment centers, police departments, churches, juvenile justice systems, Veterans Affairs services, coalitions, and public health departments.
Last edited on 11/06/2023.