Mahoning and Trumbull county health officials to partner
A citywide baby shower, the first of a nationwide series of baby showers sponsored by United Healthcare, will help kick off 2015 Youngstown Minority Health Month events here Saturday.
Mikael Jennings, 6, and Alyssa Brown, 5, both of Youngstown, were part of a group of Youngstown Community School students who performed Monday at a United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley news conference announcing its new early childhood initiative, Success After 6. Their school is the site for the pilot program.
Program aimed at working adults
The goal is to help people in recovery develop skills to be self-sufficient
Volunteers use the scripted, interactive, multimedia tool with little training
Joined by parents whose children benefitted from the health care program
Greenwood provided free vehicle care to deployed NG dependents
Canfield area Troops get theirs today
Dr. Joseph A. Ortenzio Jr., a retired chiropractor and Navy Reserve senior chief petty officer, and his wife, Nancy, were among some 100 people from around the country invited to attend the kickoff of the Navy Reserve Centennial celebration at the Pentagon March 2.
Sister says her brother, at YDC 29 years, has the mentality of a 3-year-old, is nonverbal, autistic and has obsessive-compulsive disorder, developmental delays and behavior outbursts that are well-managed at YDC. He would not survive someplace else, she said.
Panel seeking information to influence state policy on the issue
Helps parents stay close to their lost daughter
Victim: Domestic violence is about control through intimidation and fear
Medicaid waivers are at the heart of the change
Citywide baby shower and community health fair planned
Do anti-vaxxers play a role
Says brain illnesses are treatable
The United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley raised the most money since the economic recession hit.
Fewer parents getting their children immunized
Women and children largest percentage of people in poverty
Called fifth vital sign check for primary care physicians
YGDNA negotiating team authority to extend talks or issue strike notice
15,000 people a week seek food at Food Bank member agencies
Tickets purchased in advance are $10
Canadian vet who found medals wanted them to go to a direct descendent
Peak came early this year/traditionally occurs Valentine Day weekend
Staff report AUSTINTOWN The Youngstown Developmental Center is slated for closure in two years.
Would give vets and service members priority class registration
High percentage of MV people have valvular disease
TC volunteer says work touches his heart
Barriers are mental health and addiction problems
Corydon Palmer Dental Society sponsored the event
First combined agency meeting is Feb. 23
Dinner is Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. at St. Nicholas Church in Struthers.
The trend: People turning to food banks regularly, not just in emergencies
Patricia Sweeney rehired as health commissioner
Keith Lomax of Youngstown, a Navy veteran, reflects on 2012, the year he was homeless and lived in an abandoned structure.
Twelve nurses, three secretaries and a manager hired for the nursery unit
The goal is mutual benefit
Half of Ohio homes have elevated radon levels
A man sits next to a small tent in a camp under the Spring Common Bridge, viewed from West Front Street in downtown Youngstown. Several homeless people are living in the camp during this month’s sometimes subzero temperatures.
He is a pediatric anesthesiologist
People who need a warm place to stay during the frigid weather can call 211 to reach Help Hot Line Crisis Center, whose phone lines operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Brenda Christensen, a registered nurse, administers the flu vaccine to a client during a Mahoning County Board of Health clinic Tuesday in Austintown. Mahoning and Trumbull counties have been hard-hit by the flu virus, county and state health officials said.
Cvetkovic describes them as "society's invisible children"
Look to improve social determinants that affect health of mothers
Another $25,000 in special commitments is expected
Keep busy to keep their minds off Noelle's death
Carter: Treatment works