Executive Director:


Pat Sloan




The Friendship Baptist Church Outreach Ministry is an advocate for sharing the Gospel with the unchurched. It provides encouragement, resources and networking for congregations as they reach out to the unchurched in their communities. The ministry of Jesus Christ is an outreach ministry. Each of the four Gospels ends with a commission from Christ to His church to carry the Gospel message to the ends of the earth (Matt. 28:18-20; Mark 16:15; Luke 24:46-49; John 20:21-23; and see Acts 1:8).

Outreach Ministries:
•   Intensive Outpatient Program
•   New Attitude On My Image Transitional House ( N.A.O.M.I.)

Intensive Outpatient Program

Mission Statement:   To assist individuals with substance abuse addictions. Professional counselors will utilize methods of therapy, education, assessment and preventive services to help these individuals construct a purposeful lifestyle of recovery.
The services are offered professionally, comprehensively and confidentially in an environment of respect, support and encouragement for all desiring recovery.

Vision Statement:



To make known that Chemical Dependency is a treatable disease, which affects individuals from all walks of life.



To make known that recovery is an ongoing process, and that our all individuals have the right to the opportunity for recovery.



To provide individuals with an opportunity to begin a new life of personal recovery.



To penetrate denial, facilitate self-diagnosis and introduce lifestyle change necessary to support recovery from alcohol and other drugs.



To make known that participation in a twelve-step program is essential to recovery.

Ministry Description:   Intensive Outpatient service provides a structured program to address the denial, addiction and the recovery process for persons with alcohol and drug abuse problems. Intensive Outpatient Services are provided for a minimum of eight hours each week, three days per week. Persons in the Intensive Outpatient Program will participate in a variety of services including group therapy, individual treatment and assessment services when necessary. Group therapy is offered each day of the program. Intensive Outpatient Program focuses on minority and individuals who present as "hard to treat" translates into an approach to services that are culturally appropriate and relevant, occur after traditional hours when support is most needed, and occur within a state-of-the art treatment setting.



Monday, Tuesday & Thursday; 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Core Leader:



1st Assistants:


Sis. Claudia Taylor

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New Attitude On My Image Transitional House (N.A.O.M.I.)

Certified by: Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addition Services (O.DA.D.A.S)

Website:   naomith.org

NAOMI, New Attitude On My Image, Inc.  (Non-Profit, Non-Medical Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program)
Certified by:  Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS) and accredited through CARF International.   
MISSION – Transform the physical, spiritual and emotional lives of women impacted by chemical addiction through a holistic approach so that each woman can realize her full potential.
VISION – Working toward a drug free community restoring one woman and one family at a time.
Provide housing for 10 women for 6-12 months.  The 12 months will be broken down into 3 Phases.

Phase I:



Phase II:


Defining Self/Self Imaging

Phase II:


Life, Living Skills, Completion of Program and Moving into Permanent Housing




1st Saturday of each month; 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Executive Director:


Sis. Margaret Tisdale



Sis. Sandra Rivers-Gill

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