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Help Network of Northeast Ohio is holding a fundraiser on November 21, 2020. Winners of the event will be presented with a t-shirt.  If you are interested in purchasing a t-shirt for $15, you can call 330-507-1406.  Otherwise they will be available for purchase on the day of the event. … read more

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Application for Employment  –   CURRENT JOB OPENINGS:   Youngstown Location –    Community Center Program Facilitator P.T. ;   Information & Referral Crisis Worker ;   Warmline Worker ;   East Liverpool Location –   PRRC Program Facilitator    

September Is National Suicide Prevention Month

Help Network of Northeast Ohio has been a vital resource for helping those who are considering suicide and their families and friends for several decades. We join with agencies and individuals across the country in highlighting these issues during National Suicide Prevention Month. We urge anyone who knows of a … read more

Ross Griffin Memorial Foundation

Help Network Part of Ross Griffin Memorial Foundation Bash

Help Network participated in the Ross Griffin Memorial Foundation Bash held Sunday, September 8. The Foundation supports organizations who promote Suicide Awareness and Prevention. There were over 700 people in attendance, and the event generated over $100,000 in donations to this worthy cause. Help Network is grateful for the support … read more

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United Way Funds 211 Project in Columbiana County

Some 24,000 people living in the Salem, Columbiana, Lisbon, East Palestine, Washingtonville and surrounding areas will learn more about Help Network of Northeast Ohio’s 211 information service, thanks in part to funding received from United Way Services of Northern Columbiana County. The Agency was awarded $3,225 towards efforts to promote its … read more

July Is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

July was designated as Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in 2008 by the United States Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health (OMH) to bring awareness to the unique struggles that underrepresented groups face in regard to mental illness in the United States. While the term ‘minority’ is traditionally associated … read more