Appleseed Community Mental Health Center
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According to the CDC, youth with substance use disorders experience higher rates of physical and mental illnesses, diminished overall health and well-being, and potential progression to addiction. Through a generous grant awarded by SAMHSA’s “Communities Talk” program, Appleseed will be offering prevention education at Ashland High School from October thru December to address the link between mental health, adverse childhood experiences, and drug and alcohol misuse, while providing prevention education on the risks of underage alcohol and drug misuse and reducing misperceptions and stigma around use.
Appleseed is requesting for members of the Ashland County community to participate in a brief 5-question survey to gain information about community perception about youth mental health and substance misuse (co-occurring disorder) and enhance its services for youth in our community. The survey will close on October 31, 2021.
Sometimes life can be difficult. You may be struggling with things that make it hard to get up each day and feel normal. Whether you feel alone, depressed, stressed, or a family member seems out of control, we have caring staff and services available to help you. The first step to rising above whatever has you down is to seek the help that you or your family needs.
Our comprehensive services for residents of Ashland County include mental health services, co-occurring substance use programs, community programs, youth services, and crisis intervention. Our staff are fully trained and include licensed counselors, social workers, nurses, and psychiatrists. Being a client of Appleseed means having access to individualized services tailored to your needs. We aim to offer the least restrictive environment possible so that you feel safe and comfortable during your time in our care.