Ashland County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
Since 1976, the Ashland County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (ACCADA) has nurtured relationships within the Ashland community, impacting lives with a culture of trust and respect. Our long-term staff value empathy as much as education, keeping current with licensure and training while individualizing each client’s recovery plan. Together, we work through difficult times, and together we celebrate success.
Phone: (419) 289-7675
Salvation Army | Kroc Community Center
In keeping with the mission and holistic approach of The Salvation Army, The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center provides opportunities that facilitate positive, life-changing experiences through: art, athletics, personal development, spiritual discovery and community service. The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s facilities, programs and services bridge the gap between potential and opportunity for children and adults, strengthen individuals and families, and enrich the lives of seniors.
Phone: (419) 281-8001
Mental Health and Recovery Board
The Mental Health and Recovery Board (MHRB) wants you to know you’re not alone. Our board of 18 citizen volunteers represents the community of Ashland County. We come from diverse backgrounds and are comprised of professionals, family members, people who have or are receiving services, advocates, and other community members.
Phone: (419) 289-6111
Safe Haven (Domestic Violence Center)
As a dual program (sexual violence and domestic violence), Safe Haven continues to support survivors in Ashland County by offering FREE safe shelter, domestic violence, stalking, and rape crisis support and advocacy 24/7, 365 days a year. Our program is a member of the Ohio Domestic Violence Network and Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence and considered a Rape Crisis Center in the State of Ohio.
Phone: (419) 289-8085
Appleseed Community Mental Health Center
Appleseed was founded in 1992 concentrating in providing adult mental health services; counseling, case management, crisis intervention, pre-hospitalization screening, diagnosis and medication/somatic. In 1993 the agency added housing services for low and moderate income people. Two apartments were purchased in 1994 through a grant from the Ohio Department of Mental Health to house individuals with severe mental disability. Services for children and families were added in 1995 and Appleseed became a full service mental health agency.
Phone: (419) 281-3716
Sometimes life throws a curveball: the loss of a job, a sudden illness, or a difficult transition in family life. We at Associated Charities understand that a little bit of help can make a big difference when facing a challenging time. If you’re in a rough spot, we’re here to help.
Phone: (419) 281-6061