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November 29, 2016
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“Resilience in Trauma-Exposed Workplaces” training offered free to Lorain County first responders

Police officers, medical professionals, social workers, and advocates respond to people in crisis. These professionals see and experience trauma in people’s lives every day. To support professionals who […]
November 17, 2016

Heidi Corso Receives Director’s Award from Board of Mental Health

Izzie has only been working in mental health for 17 months, but in dog years, that makes her a mid-career professional. A basset hound, Izzie is […]
October 13, 2016

Small grants now available for individuals working in the mental health network of Lorain County

Our network is ready to INVEST in you! Slanina Fund Accepting Applications The Slanina Fund was established in 1997 to promote staff development in the Lorain […]

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  • We are opening and continuing conversations about suicide prevention and other essential resources for residents of Lorain County.

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    Otto & Denise, celebrating 8 years of marriage after meeting at Gathering Hope House