Port Clinton, Ohio

Oak House 1819 East State Road • Port Clinton, Ohio 43452
Phone: 419-734-4417 • Fax: 419-960-7313
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Helpful Links

Mental Health and Recovery Board
of Erie and Ottawa Counties

The Giving Tree
Mental Health / Alcohol / Drug Counseling

Firelands Counseling and
Recovery Services

Bayshore Counseling Services

(Ottawa County Transit Agency)

United Way - Ottawa County

United Way - Erie County

Salvation Army - Ottawa County

Salvation Army - USA

Mission Statement

The mission of the Oak House is to provide a
non-judgmental safe haven for adults recovering from mental illness by enhancing community in vocational, social, recreational and self-sufficiency activities.

Oak House
Oak Leaf
"Working Together
to Overcome"

Crisis Hotline

Funding Provided By:

Mental Health and Recovery Board
of Erie & Ottawa Counties

To donate or volunteer your time please
call the Oak House at 419-734-4417

The Oak House is a psycho-social rehabilitation center in a clubhouse environment. Oak House serves adults in the Ottawa and Erie Counties who are recovering from a mental illness. Oak House helps build a network that allows members to be self-sufficient, productive members of our society.

The Acorn Cafe

Members are served lunch Monday - Friday at the Acorn Café located in the Oak House. Each day between 11:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon members are provided with a wonderful lunch and dessert selection of fruit, pies and cakes.

Some Programs Offered by Oak House

Interest Groups—These groups are suggested by members, such as, arts and crafts. Members are encouraged to suggest ideas for these groups.

Support Groups—Special support groups are facilitated by Oak House members, such as, Schizophrenics Anonymous and Dual Diagnosis. The support groups aid members in taking control over their Recovery.

Recreational Trips—These include sporting events, thrift stores, shopping, trips to area attractions and community events.


Social Activities—Activities designed to promote recovery by teaching social skills and interaction with peers. Activities include: bingo, card making, crafts and themed parties.

Community Service—Oak House members take pride in their community and show this by picking up trash along a two mile stretch of road. Oak House is used by community organizations for training and meetings.


Gardening—Oak House has a garden where members help plant vegetables then water, pull weeds and harvest them when ready.

Food Bank—The food pantry is free to members and operates on Monday - Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Last Updated 4/1/2020