The Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program believe that substance abuse is best treated and prevented when the cultural dynamics of a group are addressed and included in the process of treatment, recovery and education.



Children and teens receive the guidance and support needed to make positive choices about friends, school, and drugs.

In-school, after-school, and summer programs provide a fun and safe environment for youth to develop interpersonal strength and to grow academically and socially.

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Managing a family can be spiritually, emotionally, physically and financially draining without the right tools.

We offer the resources needed to attain your personal, family and employment goals – enabling you to lead the people you love.

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Find the pathway to successful reintegration back into the community, improving your relationships, and finding employment.

Create a custom life plan, build your life and social skills, and learn the secrets of success from ex-offenders who are now productive members of society.

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Workshops, professional development and AOD prevention training for social service agencies, schools, and other community organizations and professionals helping Franklin County youth.

Training topics are tailored to the needs of each individual or organization.

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Summer Camp 2020

June 15th – August 5th, 2020, The UMADAOP of Franklin County Program will be hosting a virtual summer camp. If you have any further questions, please contact Lawrence Calloway at 614-227-9694 or Sheila Whitehead-Evans at 614-935-0776. Loading…

Holiday Donation Drive

YLP Winter Flyer December 16th – December 18th, 2019, The UMADAOP of Franklin County YouthLED Program will be hosting a clothing drive for the Holiday Season. If interested in donating, please donate at Rosewind between 3pm-7pm next Monday- Wednesday. If you have any further questions, please contact Lawrence Calloway at 614-452-2998 or Sheila Whitehead-Evans at 614-935-0776.