Community Resources

     Clothing and Household Items
 Eligibility: Ashland Co. resident - New, Lightly used clothes, shoes & boots infant - 18 years of age
 Associated Charities 419-281-6061
 After all other resources have been exhausted, depending on funding, will help with work shoes or uniform. Call & leave message, will return your call
 St. Vincent de Paul Society  419-281-1195
 For family's currently receiving services from ACDJFS - Infants & children clothing, personal hygiene itemsAshland County Job & Family Services419-282-5000
 For cancer patients only- Free hats, wigs & other head coverings; mastectomy supplies Ashland County Cancer Association419-281-1863
For clients only in the Learn & Earn Program to earn Baby Bucks for the Baby Boutique for maternity & baby itemsAshland Care/Pregnancy Center419-281-1111
     Financial Assistance
TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) - Work participation hours required, at or below 200% of the federal poverty level; Child Support - establish paternity, support order & enforce payment. No financial guidelines.
Ashland County Job & Family Services419-282-5000
Compassion Network - Helps out in the event of an emergency; assistance with an appliance, furniture, financial, etc.Park Street Brethren Church419-289-0224
SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program) Eligibility: within 130% of federal poverty guidelinesAshland County Job & Family Services 419-282-5000
Ash. Co. resident: Food Pantry & taxable items, based on individual need; Satellite Food Distributions:   Polk Fire Station held 3rd Tues. of every month from 6PM until food is gone.  Perrysville Community Center held 4th Wed. of every month from 6-6:45PM or until food is gone. Required is a photo ID and proof of residency.
Associated Charities 419-281-6061
 Eligibility: Income is 185% of Federal Poverty Guidelines, child determined to be at medical/nutritional risk by health professionals; For eligible women that are pregnant, postpartum stage or breastfeeding, infants under the age of one year, and children under the age of five years; A nutrition supplemental food program.WIC (Women, Infant, Children)  419-289-3359
Food Pantry - Mondays 1:30-4:00PM & Tuesday-Friday 10:00AM-4:00PM; Free public community meals Monday - Friday 11:00AM to 11:45AM in community room.Ray and Joan Kroc Salvation Army419-281-8001
Live in Hillsdale School District; Weekly food assistance, No income guidelineHillsdale CARES (Churches Actively Responding to Emergency Situations)419-368-3833
Eligibility: must be residents of the Loudonville-Perrysville school district or non-residents who are members of local churches. Financial guidelines based on Federal Poverty Guidelines plus 10%; Free community meal list available to all; available listing for food banks & pantries Community Help Mission Loudonville


Eligibility Requirements: any household living at 200% of the federal poverty level or below for the  - Fresh produce distribution: Nova Fire Dept.-2nd Tues. of every month 2-4PM; Ashland Masonic Temple-4th Friday of every month 9-11AM; Call local phone for a list of all county food banks.Lutheran Social Services (LSS)419-281-8403
Family must fall below 200% poverty level; No residency requirement; Must bring state ID & your own bags; Food distribution the 3rd Saturday of every month from 10am to 12pm.The Lord's Pantry419-928-8022 or 330-465-8234
Food assistance by appointment only, call & leave message; help to anyone of Ashland County.Lighthouse Pentecostal419-281-1070 or 419-289-6618
Meals available Monday-Friday for Ashland Co. seniors 60 and older who have made reservations prior to 10:30 the day before. Home delivery available for those who are home-bound.Ashland County Council on Aging419-281-1477
 Persons applying need to be below 200% of the federal poverty guideline for assistance; emergency shelter assistance; permanent housing assistance.Ray and Joan Kroc Salvation Army419-281-8001
 Housing assistance for persons living in a shelter or homeless (a place not meant for human habitation) & individuals & families. Be an Ashland County resident for at least 90 days & show proof, services based on program availability.Appleseed Community Mental Health Center 419-281-3716
Program for Ashland Co. women & families. ACCESS 419-685-1232
 Emergency Shelter Program - Individuals or families lacking a fixed, regular & adequate nighttime residence. Temporary shelter; No income guidelines. Permanent housing for low to moderate income individuals & families - Lincoln Terrace (See Senior Services Category below). Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland   419-281-4327
 Temporary housing - Almond Tree Inn; No income guidelinesTransformation Network   419-207-1188
 Rent assistance; Live in Hillsdale school district, no income guideline.Hillsdale CARES (Churches Actively Responding to Emergency Situations) 419-368-3833
 Rent or deposit help after all other resources have been exhausted. Dependent upon available funding. Call & leave message, will return your call.St. Vincent De Paul Society419-281-1195  
 Proof of last 4 weeks income for entire household & proof of expenditures. Up to $300 for rent/mortgage; once per year per household.Associated Charities 419-281-6061
 Help with rent. Must reside in the Loudonville-Perrysville School District or non-residents who are members of local churches. Eligibility: Federal poverty guidelines plus 10%.Community Help Mission Loudonville 419-685-4991
     Utility/Emergency Assistance
 Proof of last 4 weeks income for entire household & proof of expenditures. Utility disconnection assistance, One time a year assistance up to $300. Associated Charities   419-281-6061
 HEAP - At or below 175% of the federal poverty level. PIPP Plus - At or below 150% of the federal poverty level. Households disconnected or threatened with disconnection from their heating source, one-time payment to heating supplier or bulk fuel vendor. Emergency Service program: those threatened with disconnection of additional utilities - gas, electric & water.Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland  419-281-4327
 Utility assistance, need to be below 200% of the federal poverty guideline.Ray and Joan Kroc Salvation Army 419-281-8001
Assist with water, electric or gas after all other resources has been used. Dependent upon available funding. Call & leave message, will return your call.Saint Vincent De Paul Society419-281-1195
Must be residents of the Loudonville-Perrysville School District or non-residents who are members of local churches. Federal poverty guidelines plus 10%.Community Help Mission, Loudonville 419-685-4991
 Live in Hillsdale school district; Not income based.Hillsdale CARES (Churches Actively Responding to Emergency Situations)419-368-3833  
Project Comfort: one time help with heating costs in the amount of $300, payable to heating provider. Program available from February to April.  Eligibility: families with a minor child & financially eligible. Ashland County Jobs & Family Services 419-282-5000
 Car repairs, car loan payments, vehicle purchase, license plates. PRC application - at or below 200% of federal poverty level. Hourly work requirement, max benefit approximately $1200; Non-emergency transport service to doctor/dentist appointments for current medicaid clients.Ashland County Jobs & Family Services 419-282-5000
Set rates for Ashland City trips; call 24 hours ahead for cheaper rates. Increase rates for out of city & county trips; need to be scheduled at least 48 hours in advance. Provides transportation up to a 100 mile radius from downtown Ashland. Specific fares for trips to Cleveland-Hopkins, Akron-Canton & Columbus Airports. Ashland Public Transit 419-207-8240
 See Senior Services category below Ashland County Council on Aging 419-281-1477
To report child or elder abuse; physical abuse, neglect, emotional maltreatment, and sexual abuse.  Anonymous report allowed.Ashland County Jobs & Family Services
 Child Protective        Services  and          Adult Protective Services
419-282-5001 Child Abuse Report Line: 855-OH-CHILD
 Victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, & stalking.  Support Groups, education, emergency shelter, safety planning, & advocacy services. No income guidelines. Rape Crisis Domestic Violence Safe Haven 419-289-8085     24 Hour Hotline:  800-656-4673
    Mental Health
 Child & adult mental health assessment & counseling (home based available). Prescription management, crisis services, psychiatric support, & case management. (Insurance billing & sliding fee scale)Appleseed Community Mental Health Center 419-281-3716  24Hour Crisis: 419-289-6111
 Child & adult counseling (home based available), outpatient services, & case management. (Insurance billing & sliding fee scale). (See also Family Supports Category below).
Catholic Charities Community Services Corp. of Ashland County 419-289-1903
 Specialized treatment for individuals, family, & play therapy, trauma, attachment issues, mood & anxiety disorders, & developmental disorders; Case management. (Sliding fee scale, Insurance & Medicaid billing). Ground Work Play Therapy 419-289-4825
Individual, couple or family services provided by counselor trainee under supervision of a professional clinical counselor. Minimal donation suggested. No insurance required to receive services.Smetzer Counseling Center419-207-5558
Outpatient & Home-based counseling serving children, adults & families. Encompass419-289-0970
Counseling, education, & support; Community linkageVisiting Nurse Association of Ohio (VNA)1-877-698-6264
A free, 24/7 text line for people in crisis.
Crisis Text LineText for hope to 741741
 Note: Find more private services in Ashland area web/phone directories.  

    Substance Abuse

Prevention, Treatment,  Recovery Programming; Driver Intervention Program (RAP); Free 1 Hour education session with counselor for family wanting to understand addiction; individual & group counseling; counselor housed in jail to provide education to individual/group counseling
ACCADA - (Ashland County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse 419-289-7675
Supported environments for individuals overcoming an addiction to alcohol or drugs; Area meetings held daily/weeklyAA (Alcoholics Anonymous) & NA (Narcotics Anonymous) 419-289-7675
 Dedicated to teens coping with someone else's drinking; Every Tuesday at 7:30PM held at Trinity Lutheran ChurchAl-A-Teen 419-289-2126

    Grief & Loss

Infant loss & miscarriage   Ashland Care/ Pregnancy Center419-281-1111
 Grief Counseling for loss of family member due to substance abuse
ACCADA (Ash. Co. Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse) 419-289-7675
KIDSCENE Bereavement Camp, Kid & Adult Bereavement Support Groups; Suicide, Parent's & Widow's Groups Hospice of North Central Ohio 419-281-7107  800-952-2207
 Grief counseling on a needs basisCatholic Charities   419-289-1903
 Free classes for 18 years and older, 16 & 17 year old students must be officially withdrawn from school; programs emphasize basic skills such as reading, writing, math, & English language competency to prepare for the GED test.ABLE (Adult Basic Literacy Education)419-289-3313
 Various adult education classes; variety of financial aid options exist to cover part or all of the training tuitionAshland Co.-West Holmes Career Center 419-289-3313
 Learn English: Tuition-free classes (textbook will need to be purchased); Childcare providedAshland Grace Brethren 419-289-2723 or 419-895-1407


Preschool for low income children ages 3 to 5, Monday through Thursday; Health, nutritional, social, and other services to enrolled children and families. Children with disabilities are and may receive special services & therapies. Some transportation provided; Free breakfast and lunch provided

Head Start 419-281-8001
 Ages 3 to 5 years; Morning class 8:15 to 11:00AM option of 2 to 5 days a week; FeeAshland Christian Preschool419-289-6617
 Ages 3 to 5 years; morning class for (3 & 4 yr. old) and an afternoon kindergarten-readiness class (4 & 5 yr. old). Speech therapy is also available to students. FeeSt. Edward Preschool419-289-7456
Montessori education with an emphasis on peace, respect, & compassion; ages 2 1/2 to 5 years, Monday - Friday; FeeThe Good Shepherd Montessori School419-289-2126 or 419-908-0124
Ages 3 to 5 years; FeeAshland Montessori School419-289-5699
Ages 2 1/2 to 5 years; Classes Monday - Friday from 9:00am to 11:30am; FeePark Street Brethren Church Preschool419-289-6128
Ages 3 - 5 years; half-day classes Tuesday - Friday at Reagan Elementary School; Sliding fee scale for typical children, free for special needs childrenAshland City Little Arrows Preschool419-289-1117
Ages 3 - 5 years, whole day classes Monday - Friday; Transportation provided; Free for special needs children, $200 a month for typical children; Breakfast & lunch provided, cost is based on family income.Dale Roy Preschool419-289-0470
 Ages 3 - 5 years; half-day classes Monday through Thursday at Hillsdale, Mapleton & Loudonville; Sliding fee scale for typical children, free for special needs childrenTri-County Education Service Center 330-262-2262
Ages 3 - 5 years; Monday - Friday 8:30-11:00AM & 12:30-3:00PM; Option of all-day program 8:30AM to 3:00PM pack lunch provided by each family daily; Fee or sliding fee scale.Ashland YMCA Preschool419-289-0626
Ages 3 - 5 years; FeeValley View Christian Preschool (Loudonville)216-407-8790
Home based kindergarten readiness program. Monthly lessons & supplies to encourage child-parent partnerships in learning 4 year olds in Ashland City School District. No cost. Referrals made for identified needs.Spark      419-289-7965 or 419-289-1117
    School Supports
 Community School Liaisons - Ashland City, Hillsdale, Mapleton, Loudonville-Perrysville Schools; Serve as a liaison between parents/caregivers, school personnel, and community agencies.Appleseed Community Mental Health Center419-281-3716


 Multi-generational Mentoring (MGM): Older adult volunteers from the Golden Center are paired with youth in elementary school to receive academic tutoring; the youth are identified by teachers and/or guidance counselors & meet at the Loudonville library twice a week after school; No feeCatholic Charities 419-289-1903


 Ohio MEANS Jobs - assist all individuals, whether employed or unemployed, in gaining self-sufficient employment; Provide free career & training services.Ashland County Jobs & Family Services419-282-5000
 Employment support - for agency clients only; Help to gain employment and develop skills to stay employed.Appleseed Community Mental Health Center419-281-3716
 Employment Training - Program designed to prepare eligible Ashland County residents to obtain and retain self-sustaining employment.Transformation Network419-207-1188
     Child Care
 Infants 6 weeks old to 11 years; Monday - Friday 6:00AM - 6:00PM; Meals Included; FeeThe Learning Center 419-281-7440
 Infants 6 weeks old to 12 years; Monday - Friday 5:30AM - 7:00PM; Meals Included; FeeAshland Training Center 419-281-2767
 Ages 2 1/2 to 12 years, fully potty-trained; Monday through Friday 7:00AM to 6:00PM; Transportation available; Meals included; FeePark Street Brethren Daycare 419-289-6128
Child care information for families & providersCOAD (Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development)330-364-8882

Subsidized childcare for children being cared for in certified licensed childcare centers; Caregivers employed or attending an accredited school and income below 130% federal poverty level.
Ashland County Jobs & Family Services419-282-5000
     Parenting Programs
 For biological parents: Parenting classes, Baby Boot Camp, Mom & Dad Mentoring, Learn & Earn Program; Free servicesAshland Care/Pregnancy Center419-281-1111
 Individual parent education; Fees are based on household income and family sizeAshland Parenting Plus   419-281-3788
Home based program for pregnant woman & children from birth to 3 and their families.Help Me Grow Home Visiting Program services either Tri-County Educational Service Center or Catholic Charities419-289-9227 (use this to enroll in either agency's program)  
Healthy Kids/Strong Families Program: providing parenting tools to familiesCatholic Charities419-289-1903
     Support Groups
 Cancer Support Group "Women with Hope"Ashland County Cancer Association419-281-1863
 Men's MinistryAshland Care/Pregnancy Center419-281-1111
 Parkinson's Disease group in Belmont Tower on 2nd Tuesday every month at 2PM.  Alzheimer's Disease group in Health Care Center on 3rd Thursday every month at 6:30PMBrethren Care Village 866-289-1585
Support Group listings for Cardiac, Diabetes, COPD, MS, Parkinson's, & Non-Smokers.University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center419-289-0491
Providing education, support & encouragement to families that want to breastfeed.LaLeche League717-884-3520 Cynthia Cornett
MOPS - Mothers of PreschoolersAshland Grace Church 419-289-8334
Expecting and first time moms between ages 15-25 yearsBaby Steps 419-289-3847
Every Wednesday, 7:30PM at Grace Brethren Church; Every Thursday, 6:30PM at Mohicanville Community ChurchDivorce Care Support419-289-8334 or 419-368-5754
Suicide Awareness, Prevention and SurvivorsDiane's Suicide Support Group


Sexual Assult - Mondays from 5:30 to 6:30

Domestic Violence - Mondays from 6:00 to 7:30

Safe Haven of


    Healthcare & Medical Insurance
Immunizations for all ages, will bill your insurance provider; People who fall under poverty guidelines - Prescription Assistance ProgramAshland County-City Health Department419-282-4232
PMAP (Patient Medication Assistance Program) small fee; Free mammograms for women 50+ with no health insurance Ashland County Cancer Association 419-281-1863
 Serve Ash. Co. residents who fall within 300% Fed. Poverty Guidelines, Walk-in hours Tuesday 6-8PM & Saturday 9-11AM; Durable Medical Equipment - Small fee for lending; Free of Charge: Health Ins. Navigator - Guidance for health care options; Wellness Coordinator - for linkage & referral to community agencies Ashland Christian Health Center 419-903-0475
Ashland County resident - Non-narcotic prescription assistanceAssociated Charities419-281-6061
Pregnancy testing, ultrasound verification, adoption & abortion informationAshland Care/Pregnancy Center419-281-1111
 Must have doctor diagnosis of cancer. Monthly stipend for mileage, prescription medications, nutritional, or medical supplies.Ashland County Cancer Association419-281-1863
Quality affordable dental care for uninsured, under-insured, Medicaid, Managed Care Plans, & private ins.; Households at or below 200% fed. poverty level.Ashland Dental Clinic419-289-1700
Comprehensive women's health care, health screenings & testing and contraceptive options; No income restrictions; Services based on a sliding fee scale & Medicaid is accepted.Kno-Ho-Co Health Services419-289-1700
Provides prevention, education, and support services for persons infectedAIDS Resource Center 419-525-2437
    Health Education
 Classes are free unless otherwise noted; Register by calling and leaving name, contact information & number of people attending.University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center 419-207-2563
 Education, Material Support and Parenting ClassesAshland Care/Pregnancy Center419-281-1111
Stop Smoking/Chewing - Free, one-on-one tobacco cessationUniversity Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center419-207-2303

    Nutrition/Nutrition Education

Serve Ashland County residents who fall within 300% Federal Poverty Guidelines, Dietitian - for management of diet and weight concernsAshland Christian Health Center419-903-0475
Special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants & children up to 5 years old; Eligible if income is 185% of federal poverty guidelineWIC (Women, Infant & Children) 419-289-3359
 School and community-based nutrition education for preschool - adultsOSU Extension SNAP Education Program 419-281-8242

    Recreation/Physical Activity

 Silver Sneakers, adult and child programs (see Youth/Child Programs category)Ashland YMCA 419-289-0626
 Adult and child programs (see Youth/Child Programs category)Ray and Joan Kroc Salvation Army Community Center 419-281-8001
 Wellness classes & warm water aquatic therapy: water arthritis, water aerobics, Tai Chi, and yogaKingston of Ashland 419-289-3859 extension 2808 
Baseball/Softball Fields, Pool, Band Shell, Pavilion Rentals, Basketball Courts, Fishing, Golf Course, Mini Golf, and moreAshland City Parks & Recreation419-289-8247
 Hiking/Walking/Running, Dog Walking, Bird Watching, Geocaching, Fishing & HuntingAshland County Park District 419-651-4966
See also Youth/Child Programs  


24/7 Confidential and free Support for people in distress or crisisThe National Suicide Prevention                 Lifeline1-800-273-TALK or text "TALK" to 741-741
Emergency AssistanceAppleseed Crisis Line   419-289-6111
Emergency AssistanceAshland County Mental Health Hotline   419-289-6111 or text "4HOPE" to 741741


 Working out solution to the problem, with help of a mediator, that is acceptable to everyone involved. Learn effective communication & negotiation techniques to prevent future problemsAshland Community Mediation Services (T.A.L.K.)419-207-8255
 Family, Bankruptcy, Divorce and Estate PlanningLegal Aid Services, Inc. 419-526-3911
 All programs for 60 & older living in Ashland Co., services provided Monday-Friday; Handicap Accessible Transportation throughout Ashland Co. plus medical trips to Mansfield & Wooster; Provide light housekeeping twice a month; Provide information & referral, small donation suggested for all above programs; Provide limited legal assistance; Socialization activities, seminars & informational speakers. Ashland County Council on Aging 419-281-1477
 Golden Center - Adults 55 and older; Social/recreational programs take place at Mill Run Place in Ashland & Loudonville Public LibraryCatholic Charities Community Services Corp. 419-289-1903
 Adults 55 years and older applying skills and wisdom volunteering their time in the communityRSVP-Retired Senior Volunteer Program Jack Schumaker 419-908-5943 or 740-590-5560
Permanent housing for low to moderate income senior citizens age 62+ years; Section 8 housing (income below 30% of the median gross income) to receive federal subsidy; Loudon Bluffs Apartment, LoudonvilleKno-Ho-Co-Ashland419-281-4327
Members 55+ years; Provides community services & social, recreational, educational, & cultural activities;Ashland Senior Citizen Center419-289-7745
Senior discount, households of the age 65+ years who have a total annual income of $12,000 or less, shall pay 50% of the total - based upon currently existing minimum chargeCity of Ashland - Water Department419-289-8322
Senior discount for Ashland County residents 65 years and olderAshland Public Transit419-207-8240
 School and community services for special needs individuals aged prenatal to adults. Education, links to therapy services, adult housing, supportive employment, etc.Ashland County Board of Developmental Disabilities 419-289-0470
 Bureau of Children with Medical Handicaps program provides families links to resources for children with special medical needs. Diagnoses, medical equipment, etc.Ashland County-City Health Department 419-282-4231
Different and fun art designs, Open to special needs children and will have after school programs
Believe It Studio   
 Service coordination for any family with children prenatal to 3 years old with a medical diagnosis & for a developmental delay. No cost Early Intervention (Former Help Me Grow Part C) 419-289-9227
A day program as well as in home personal care and support for individuals with developmental disabilitiesThe Ashland Link/Society for Handicapped Citizens419-295-9023
For preschool & school aged children. Gives parents information and support on special education issues; free to all. Resource library contains books on disabilities and parentingParent Mentors Program-Ohio Department of EducationAshland City Schools 419-289-7966 ext. 4124 Other Schools contact 330-345-6771 ext. 263
Americans with disabilities service discountAshland Public Transit419-207-8240
SOAR Respite - 2 Saturdays per month at Grace Brethren Church & Trinity Lutheran Church.  Night out for parents/caregivers who have children with disabilities ages infant - 12 years.Ashland Special Needs Ministry614-572-7993
Assistance dealing with Dept. of Veteran's Affairs; Provides transportation to VA medical centers; Mental health counseling; Recreation benefits and many other servicesAshland County Veteran's Service 419-282-4225
 Welcoming veteran's back into our communities and listening to their experiences one-on-oneMental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland County - The Welcome Johnny & Jane Home Project 419-281-3139 ext. 1232
Landing Zone open to all Veteran's - Meet every Wednesday 8:00AM to 10:00AM in Community Room of Professional Bldg. for coffee & donutsCatholic Charities Community Services Corp.419-289-1903
Combat RecoveryRebot Combat Recovery for Veterans & Family Members



     After School/Weekend/Summer Programs

 Life skills & community education, arts & culture, fitness & recreation, sports, skating, laser tag, batting cages, spray park for all ages; Special family events and summer camp. All Star Academy after school program for youth grades 1-5, from 3:00 to 5:15PM; FeeRay and Joan Kroc Salvation Army Community Center419-281-8001
 Beacon After School Program for grades K - 4th grade Trinity Lutheran Church419-289-2126
 Summer sports/activity camps for kids (ages 5-12)Ashland University 419-289-5440
 Upward basketball & cheerleading program, grades K - 6thGrace Brethren Church 419-289-8334 ext. 5221
 Various activities for preschool - adults. Summer day camp for Juniors ages 3-6 & Senior ages K-5th grade (grade completed) 
Before and After School Care from 6:30-7:30am and 3:30 - 6pm for ages K-5th grade
Ashland YMCA 419-289-0626
Weekly ministry group to teach life skills such as, pole fishing, cleaning fish, map reading, shelter building, fire building, woodshop projects & more; reading scriptures & open discussions; For boys 5-12 years oldPathfinder Farms419-368-4267
Creative Movement - Classes offered for children beginning at 18 months old to senior citizens. Students are introduced to the basic elements of movement & dance combined with students own expression of movement.Trinity Lutheran Church419-281-8948
4-H - educational, youth development program; helping kids "learn by doing" through hands-on activities; Open to K - 19 years oldAshland County OSU Extension419-281-8242
Summer program for children of Savannah; At the park in Savannah; Lunch 12:00, Activities 12:30 - 1:30PM; No Charge, Parents/guardians responsible for their childrenSavannah Lions Club Sponsor (No web page)419-962-4523
 Weekend and summer camps, ages 6-18Camp Nuhop419-938-7151
Outdoor, environmental education programs and camps for grades 5th - 12thMohican School in the Out-of-Doors, Inc.419-938-6671
Summer camp programs for children ages 3-18 yearsPleasant Hill Outdoor Center419-938-3715
Summer programs - Hands in Motion and Social Skills; For children to experience success, increase self-confidence, and learn functional skills through active environmental exploration; Fee & some insurances excepted.E J School Based Therapy Services330-262-4449


 Variety of programs for infants, teens and adultsAshland Public Library 419-289-8188
Variety of programs for infants, teens and adultsLoudonville Public Library 419-994-5531


Ashland Connects to Teens (ACT) - Mentoring program for youth at risk for drug, alcohol and/or tobacco abuse (Free program)Catholic Charities Community Services Corp.419-289-1903
 Empowerment groups for teen girl's responsible decision making at specific schools. Respect groups for teen males at specific schools. In-school group teenage parenting education; Juvenile Diversion Mentoring for male/female youthAshland Parenting Plus 419-281-3788


 Contains calendar of local eventsAshland Area Convention & Visitor's Bureau 419-281-4584 ext. 101
 A network of county service agencies, government officials, non-profits, faith community, parents and others dedicated to improving the lives of children and families of Ashland CountyAshland County Family & Children First Council 419-289-0000 ext. 5015
 Membership Directory and Buying Guide --- Helpful inventory of retail, services, recreation and industry contacts for Ashland County Ashland Area Chamber         of Commerce 419-281-4584


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