For Brochure and Mail in Registration Form:

Golf Outing Options
Name of Participants

Join Us For Our 11th Annual

Golf Outing and Dinner

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Please register by

May 9, 2016

  • Note:  New Location for  Family Days & Recovery Dinners:     Parish Hall
    St. James Episcopal Church
    3207 Montana Ave (Westwood)
    Cincinnati, OH 45211

  • February
    20th - 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
       ​SRN Family Program One
    20th - 5:30 PM
       ​Serenity Recovery Dinner

  • March
    19th - 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
       ​SRN Family Program Too!

  • April
    10th - 5:30 PM
       Serenity Recovery Dinner


more than
150 Supporters

Have fun and help support the Serenity Recovery Network!

Whether it is our bi-monthly Recovery Dinner or our Annual Golf Outing or Autumn Gala  - we would love to see you!



Join our community

of Supporters!

Our programs  provide support and guidance to addicts recovering from addiction/alcoholism in a safe, structured setting at the lowest possible cost to the individuals,  families and the community



To help build a strong foundation of lifelong recovery in a structured residential setting for addicts and alcoholics and their families who suffer from the disease of addiction.


Our Mission

Online Registration:

The new House of Freedom and Miracles building is currently divided into 5 apartments.  We are currently applying for grants and soliciting donations to help

pay for the building's  updating and renovation costs.  

Call Angie Edwards at 513.542.1439 for more information

or to donate toward the renovations.

Serenity Recovery Network Awarded
Funds from the Honor Project Trust for
  House of Freedom and Miracles

TIER II RECIPIENT   $14,678.00

** Prospective Residents please                       for program guidelines and materials **

The Serenity Recovery Network will use The Honor Project Funds to help renovate the new, permanent facility for the Women’s Program – The House of Freedom & Miracles. The new facility will provide recovery housing for 50% more women residents.”

Learn more about the work being done by
the Serenity Recovery Network.