Get Involved

  

Appleseed offers several opportunities for individuals and

organizations to share in its vision and mission.

 

Volunteering: The Rape Crisis Domestic Violence Safe Haven program of Appleseed offers various volunteer opportunities including, but not limited to: hotline support, sorting donations, hospital advocacy, court advocacy, support group co-facilitation, special events and fundraisers, and general day-to-day support of the operations of the Safe Haven.  Through the help of volunteers, Safe Haven is able to continue to offer free services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Volunteering with Safe Haven is an opportunity to become an active part of ending violence in our community. If you are interested in volunteering for the Safe Haven, please contact Kate Scott, Volunteer Coordinator, at KScott@safehavenofashland.org or call 419-282-6097.

Monetary Donations: Appleseed Community Mental Health Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The programs and services of the agency rely on the generous support of caring donors who support programing for youth, adults, and those seeking the services of the Safe Haven. If you have any questions about making a donation, please contact Rebecca Hunsicker, Development & Communications Director, at RHunsicker@AppleseedCMHC.org or call 419-281-3716 x101.

Online donations may be made securely through our GuideStar account by visiting https://www.guidestar.org/profile/34-1680201 and clicking the "Donate Now" button.

Checks may be mailed to:

Appleseed Community Mental Health Center

c/o Rebecca Hunsicker, Development & Communications Director

2233 Rocky Lane

Ashland, OH 44805 

Employment: Appleseed is frequently seeking highly qualified ethical employees for its various departments. If you have an interest in working for Appleseed please call the human resources department at 419-281-3716. To view a list of current positions, please visit our Careers page.

Recent Updates

May Reflection

May was National Mental Health Awareness Month, and here at Appleseed, it is a month that is extremely important not only to our agency but to every one of our staff. It is a time that we can use to reach out to our community and offer education on strategies to improve their mental health.

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April Reflection

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The month of April is an important time for everyone here at Appleseed Community Mental Health Center. Each April, staff at Appleseed’s RCDV Safe Haven Program promotes awareness of sexual assault, harassment, and abuse and prevention of this crime through a variety of educational events and presentations.

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A letter from our Executive Director...

Dear Appleseed Family,We understand that our services are critical to the overall health and wellbeing of the clients and community we serve. We want to be clear that our services are available telephonically and, if needed, face-to-face. We are also quickly working on additional options for clients to virtually meet with their psychiatrist, counselor, or case manager to ensure that services with us remain uninterrupted.

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