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Offering Rays of Hope
In 2016, 4 people in Ashland County died by suicide. Every life lost to suicide, on average, severely impacts six other people who are themselves at high risk for suicide. 
The Mental Health & Recovery Board along with members of the Ashland County Suicide Prevention Coalition are joining others in recognizing 'National Suicide Prevention Month'.

On October 22nd 2017 join us at Freer Field ( 2:00 pm) for our first Suicide prevention Awareness 1k-5k walk. There will be t-shirts available with a suggested minimum donation of $10.00

For Registration Click Here

Internationally known Hearing Voices Network, Ron Coleman & Karen Taylor, along with multiple breakouts including Understanding & Altering Trauma's Impact on Self-Esteem, Finding Your Voice by Writing, Mindfulness and Aromatherapy in the Recovery Process and more. 5.25 CEU's will be offered for Counselors and Social Workers. 
An average of 125 people come from all over the state of Ohio to hear a combination of testimonials from individuals in recovery, solid research that supports recovery and Trauma-Informed Care, and innovative methods to encourage and ensure recovery make each year's conference a success.

Contact Hillary Wertman by email or (419)281-3139
for more information.
Annual Dinner Registration NOW OPEN!!!
Save the Date!!
Children's Grief and Loss: Opportunities for Building Resiliency
On Friday Nov. 17 th Hospice of North Central Ohio and The Mental Health & Recovery Board of Ashland County will be hosting Children’s Grief and Loss.
Children experience many types of loss. A persistent myth is that they can “get over it” naturally as they grow. This training explores the impact of loss and grief in children and provides professionals and families with multiple tools to build essential “bounce back” skills.

Registration coming soon!! For sharable Flyer Click here
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