$23,000 grant will support services offered by Help Network
Help Network of Northeast Ohio is the recipient of a $23,000 grant from the Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation.
Programs offered by Help Network the grant will support include:
- Suicide Hotline – Phone lines staffed 24/7/365 for those considering suicide or those who know of someone who is.
- Recovery Services – Programs that empower consumers of mental health services to accept their illness, take control of the management of their illness, and become an active member of their individual communities. Among them are BRIDGES, a ten-week educational course; and WRAP, which offers assistance in the development of skills to aid recovery.
- WarmLine – A Peer-to-Peer program specializing in responding to individuals who are lonely or depressed; have received mental health, drug and alcohol services; or know someone who is currently receiving these services.
- East Liverpool Peer Resource and Recovery Center – A facility tailored to meet the needs of people with mental illness, with planned activities throughout the day that are both educational and informative.
The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation supports the nourishment of the human mind through the promotion of mental wellness, the arts and education. Its mission is to improve the lives of people with serious mental illness by investing in innovative projects in Northeast Ohio having national transformational impact.