New grant providing renovations, added space to Zepf Center in Toledo

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) – The Zepf Center in Toledo helps those struggling with heroin addiction. Now, thanks to a grant from the Attorney General’s Office that was approved at Tuesday night’s Lucas County Commissioners meeting, some new renovations and more space are coming to help so many more.

The money approved will go towards renovations to make some of the rooms more comfortable and supportive for not just those in recovery, but their families who visit.

Right now, some of the rooms in the center on Collingwood look empty, but with the $482,000 grant they no longer will.

Renovations have already begun in other areas of the center, like a play room for children when they come to visit their family members.

Bryan Hahn is a peer recovery coach. He says he’s thrilled about this grant money and what it will do for the center, giving them more space to help each other through their journey.

“It helps the residents, and it also helps me. Helping them, helps me stay sober… and we can help them through their problems, and they also help me through my problems,” said Hahn.

CEO Jennifer Moses says that while they still have some work to do, they’ve come a long way, and have helped many people stay on their road to recovery.

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