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 2021

Appleseed reaches GuideStar’s highest seal of transparency for 3rd straight year

United Way of Ashland County’s annual campaign underway, private donor challenge nearing end

Overdose deaths hit new highs from March 2020 to March 2021, CDC data show

Ashland County Community Foundation awards $245,221 in community grants

Kay Conrad Day of Caring set for Oct. 28 in Ashland

United Way of Ashland County almost halfway toward 2022 campaign goal of $850,000

iHeartRADIO for the Homeless campaign with Mechanics Bank benefits 8 local charities across 2 counties

Ashland Business and Professional Women mark National Business Women’s Week with meeting

Safe Haven Remembers Domestic Violence Victims During Candlelight Vigil

Appleseed Offering Youth Alcohol and Drug Prevention Education at Ashland High School and Community Survey Through “Communities Talk” program

Appleseed Community Mental Health Center recognizes national case management week Oct. 10 to 16

Safe Haven receives an increase in funding, hopeful for the future despite budget cuts

Safe Haven showers officials with gratitude following successful ask for more money

Warning for parents: Ashland case illustrates how sex trafficking can happen anywhere

Women's Fund of ACCF announces 2021 grants

Approximately 70 people attend first pride parade in Ashland

Ashland Community Foundation announces 2021 IMPACT Youth Grants

Appleseed Community Mental Health Center recognizes Mental Health Month by offering free events

Safe Haven's education and outreach programs likely to suffer amid budget cuts

The Ashland Angle: Safe Haven

Community organizations collaborate in Sexual Assault Response Team

Three Ashland High School teens organize fundraiser to combat period poverty

Ashland Chamber recognizes 11 area businesses, organizations at award banquet

Ashland's peer support group for ‘voice hearers’ delivers holistic approach to facilitate healing

Youth grants available through Ashland County Community Foundation

Pathways Peer Support offers a mental health boost in Ashland County

2020

 

Safe Haven coordinator describes work to Loudonville Rotary

Ballot includes renewal levies from Mental Health and Recovery, Developmental Disability Boards

IHeartMedia Ashland/Mansfield launches 2nd annual homeless campaign with Mechanics Bank

Women’s Fund of Ashland County Community Foundation announces 2020 grants

Volunteers help Ashland residents with yard work for annual Day of Caring

Ashland Kicks Off Domestic Violence Awareness Month With Vigil

Executive Director of Ashland mental health center issues heart-felt statement to those struggling with addiction

School liaison program connects families with resources throughout Ashland County

Safe Haven announces events to honor Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Center for Community Research & Evaluation Services releases evaluation of school-community liaison program

 Legislators tour rape crisis, domestic violence shelter, discuss funding

Domestic violence shelters stay open during "Stay at Home" period

Youths Helping Youths: IMPACT Council aids younger generations in Ashland

Ashland County Community Foundation Announces 2020 IMPACT Youth Grants

Ashland County Community Foundation's 2nd round of nonprofit relief grants brings total to $95,627

Ashland Noon Lions Club awards $2,000 in special grants to local agencies

Nearly $1 million in funding is headed to domestic violence shelters across Ohio

CEO You Should Know - Jerry Strausbaugh

Local leaders look to "Make Ashland Count" in 2020 census

Winter blues, depression topic of next Redbird Resilient program

 

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