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Available Community Services

The list below is provided for those seeking help emotionally, financially, spiritually, services ,etc. It is not a complete list.
Financial needs

Love Center Food Pantry
1591 State Rt. 241 Suite A, PO Box 31 Millersburg 330.674.2504

Provides food for families or individuals on an emergency basis. Open Mon-Wed. Friday

Salvation Army-Holmes County Service Unit
187 S. Clay St. Millersburg
Mondays, Wednesdays, 9-11:30am

To help with emergency financial needs within the limits determined by the current year's budget.

Family Nutrition Program
75 E. Clinton St. Suite 109 Millersburg

FNP classes teach participants about nutrition, meal planning, food shopping, and food safety. The target audiences for the program are adults with limited resources.

Clothes Closet
Millersburg Church of Christ
926 E. Jackson St. Millersburg

Non-profit organization operated through Millersburg Church of Christ offering free clothing to the needy.

Kidney Fund
PO Box 172 Berlin
330.674.6268 or 330.465.8318

Provides information and financial aid to persons who have limited resources and are diagnosed as having some type of kidney disease. The fund will pay for medication used in direct treatment or chronic kidney disease and will help pay mileage for dialysis.

Love INC of Greater Holmes County                                PO Box 144, Millersburg, OH 44654                   330.473.6017

How Love INC works:  individuals and families who are going through a difficult time can be encouraged to CALL Love INC (330.473.6017). The phone volunteer will hear their story and complete an intake. Love INC will verify the need, pray and discern how best the family can be helped, and will then connect them to the appropriate resources: church volunteers who can offer a service, churches who might offer products or services, church ministries/programs, community agencies, etc...Love INC will then follow up to see if the family was able to be helped appropriately.

Rainbow of Hope Foundation
8076 State Rt. 241 PO Box 8, Mt Hope 44660

Provides financial assistance to those who are unable to pay the health care costs resulting from catastrophic illness affecting infants and children

Southeastern Ohio Legal Services
332 W. High Ave. New Philadelphia
330.339.3998 or 800.686.3670

Offers legal representation to the community on a variety of legal matters without attorney fees to people with low income.
Health & Human Services

Alzheimer's Support Group
Darb Snyder Senior Center
170 Parkview Dr., Millersburg

A support group for family members or caregivers of an Alzheimer's patient. Meetings are held the last Tuesday of the month at 7pm

American Red Cross
2 Court Street, Suite 101
PO Box 70, Millersburg
330.674.5861: pager: 330.763.2746

Executive Director: Patricia Ann Lang

Assist with blood services, disaster services, health and safety services and services to Armed Forces

Ala-Non Support Group

First Presbyterian Church
90 S. Clay St. Millersburg

Meets Tuesdays, at 7 pm to offer support to persons dealing with alcoholism in friends or family members

Ala-Teen Holmes County
First Presbyterian Church
90 S. Clay St. Millersburg

Meets Tuesday, at 7pm to help teens with alcoholism in friends or family members.

Alcoholics Anonymous of Holmes County

First Presbyterian Church
90 S. Clay St. Millersburg

Meets Tuesdays, at 7 pm

Killbuck United Methodist Church
(Big Book Group)
410 N. Main Street, Killbuck

Meets Monday 8pm Alcoholics Anonymous assists those who desire help with an alcohol problem. The purpose of AA is to help alcoholics achieve sobriety through the support of other recovering alcoholic: meets Tuesdays, at 8pm

1260 Monroe St. NW, Suite 395 PO Box 6215, New Philadelphia 330.364.8882 or 800.577.2276

Free service for parents or individuals looking for child care, needing answers to parenting questions and child development, getting child care training.

Counseling Centers Wayne & Holmes Co.
212 N. Washington St. Millersburg

Private not-for-profit corporation providing comprehensive mental health service shich are counseling to both children and adults, crisis intervention, sommunity support to assist individuals who have experienced psychiatric hospitalization and community education.

Early Intervention
8001 Township Road 574, Holmesville

A free service to families with children birth through age 2. Designed to serve children with developmental delays or those with a delay in any area, such as speech, vision, hearing mental, or physical health. Free services provided include: screening of the child's development, evaluation of the child's total development, transitional service, help in locating services for the child and family.

Every Woman's House
34-C South Clay St. Millersburg, Ohio
Hotline: 800.686.1122

Offers individual and group counseling for issues related to domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Residential shelter for domestic violence survivors is provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week

Hearing Loss Association, Holmes & Wayne Chapters

Wooster Library Branch
220 W. Liberty St, Wooster

The support group is for individuals with hearing impairments, their spouses, families and professionals, who want to learn about hearing loss. Meetings are held the 3rd Saturday of the month from 10:30am-1pm (Jan-May)

State & National Services

American Cancer Society-Northeast Regional Office
525 N. Broad St. Canfield

American Diabetes Association (Northeast Ohio)
4500 Rockside Rd, Suite 440, Independence

American Heart Association
1689 E. 115 St, Cleveland

American Lung Association
6100 Rockside Woods Blvd,Suite 260, Independence 216.524.5864

Hemophilia Foundation of Northern Ohio
5000 Rockside Rd, Suite 230, Independence
880.554.HEMO or 216.834.0051

Offers a wide range of services to persons tieh hemophilia and their families. Services include information and education, patient advocacy, camp scholarships, newsletter, emergency financial assistance and financial grant program.

INFOLINK 2-1-1 Get Connected... Get Answers
now available 24/7
215 S. Walnut St., PO Box 548 Wooster
330.263.6363 or dial 211

For people who don't know where to turn for help concerning core emergency services like food, shelter, clothing, physical and mental health resources; employment and financial supports; support for older adults and persons with disabilities, etc.