People living with opioid addiction are dying from unintended overdoses at an alarming rate.
We are on a quest to reverse the course.
OneFifteen is a not-for-profit healthcare ecosystem dedicated to the full and sustained recovery of people suffering from opioid addiction. We are developing a tech-enabled system of care that will offer a treatment center, rehabilitation housing, and wrap-around services, all on one state-of-the-art campus.
We will open our doors to inpatient and outpatient treatment in spring 2019.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Marti Taylor is the President and Chief Executive Officer of OneFifteen. An Ohio native, Marti started her career as a Staff Nurse at Duke University Hospital, where she ultimately spent 25 years and grew to oversee all aspects of the Health Systems Heart Center at 3 hospitals and multiple affiliated hospitals. Most recently, Marti served as CEO of University Hospital and the Ross Heart Hospital at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Marti earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, and Master of Science in Nursing from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
OneFifteen is an ecosystem dedicated to the full and sustained recovery of people living with opioid addiction. It includes two organizations: OneFifteen Health, which will manage behavioral health services, and OneFifteen Recovery, which will coordinate community-based wrap-around services for patients.
Our campus will be located in the Carillon neighborhood of Dayton, Ohio.
OneFifteen will open in spring 2019, and we will have more details on enrollment at that time. If you or someone you know needs treatment now, please contact Samaritan Behavioral Health or find a treatment location near you through SAMHSA.
OneFifteen takes a "no wrong door" approach - we will see patients regardless of insurance status.
Our clinical services will be offered through Samaritan Behavioral Health. Please check back later to learn more about employment opportunities.