Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board Job Posting Director of Prevention & Community Engagement Responsible for planning and implementing the activities associated with the Prevention Coalition and community engagement activities to include the following: general oversight
Words Matter Video. From Matt Butler September 15th, 2023. The words that are spoken to us can impact us in a multitude of ways, especially when it comes
Let us know how we are doing. The Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board is interested in obtaining feedback from persons we serve, their family members, our providers, and partners. Your anonymous feedback will help the
NAMI Ashtabula Peer-to-Peer Classes Community Counseling Center Clubhouse 2801 “C” Court Ashtabula OH 44004. NAMI Ashtabula County is currently registering for our Peer-to-Peer Classes which are Starting Friday, October 13, 2023, and continue weekly for 8 weeks from
NAMI Ashtabula Family-to-Family Training Imagat Community Counseling Center Clubhouse 2801 “C” Court Ashtabula OH 44004. This course is designed for family members and close friends of those who suffer from severe and persistent mental illness. It is an
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board Appoints Kaitie Park Hart as the New Executive Director. Ashtabula, OH – The Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board is pleased to announce the
Family Pride Senior Support Services There is no age limit on life. Let us help you make the most of it. At Family Pride, we help seniors maintain their independence, continue to be self-sufficient, and manage daily
Peer Recovery Supporter Training Opportunity What is a Peer Recovery Supporter? "Peer support workers are people who have been successful in the recovery process who help others experiencing similar situations. Through shared understanding, respect, and mutual empowerment,
For Conference and Registration Information: https://www.ashtabulamhrs.org/event/p-a-r-t-conference-oct-13-2023/ P.A.R.T. (Prevention, Awareness, Recovery & Treatment) Conference 2023. The Ashtabula County Prevention Coalition is pleased to introduce our annual event, the Ashtabula County P.A.R.T. (Prevention, Awareness, Recovery & Treatment) Conference. This year
June is Pride Month! Ashtabula County MHRS is at the Ashtabula County Pride Festival. Pictured are Bridget Sherman and Lisa Battaglioli.
The Ashtabula County Prevention Coalition would like to highlight Ashtabula County Community Action Agency as this month’s Community Partner in Prevention. Ashtabula County Community Action Agency's mission is to help people achieve self-sufficiency and to rise above
Ashtabula County Food Pantries and Meals. If you need help in verifying which food pantry you qualify for please call 2-1-1. Depending on the pantry, clients may need proof of living in the pantry's coverage area, usually
Reframing Language- Why changing our thinking, actions, and language matters. Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. It is a medical problem, just like heart disease or diabetes. Mental illnesses are health conditions involving changes in
Planting Pinwheels for Prevention. Child Abuse is Preventable. Pictured are Ashtabula County MHRS Lisa Battaglioli, Kaitie Park Hart, and Bridget Sherman at the Ashtabula County Courthouse.
The Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board Environmental Context, Social Determinants of Health, Disparities and Needs Assessment January 2023 report is available in text and pdf format at https://www.ashtabulamhrs.org/ashtabula-county-needs-assessment-2023.
Prevention Partnership Spotlight This month we would like to highlight the Ashtabula Co. Educational Service Center (ESC) as our Prevention Partner. The Ashtabula County Prevention Coalition (ACPC) was founded under Janie Gildersleeve well over two decades ago when
Community Spotlight: Ashtabula County Suicide Prevention Coalition - The Ashtabula County Suicide Prevention Coalition is a group of compassionate volunteers with the mission of preventing suicide deaths in Ashtabula County. If you would
The Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation teamed up with Canvaas Consulting to encourage those in the black community to share their stories and start a conversation about mental health wellness. We encourage you to visit the
Law Enforcement Training Coming Soon! The training will be open to all Ashtabula County law enforcement officers.
RESOURCES If you're worried about a man in your life, or someone you care about take an online, anonymous behavioral health screening at https://screening.mentalhealthscreening.org/ashtabula-county-mhrs. Browse our website for Ashtabula County resources. https://www.ashtabulamhrs.org