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MAMMOVAN AT JCC: Mercy Health’s Joanie Abdu Comprehensive Breast Care mammovan will be at the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown, 505 Gypsy Lane, 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.

The van is staffed with board-certified breast radiologists with experience in performing mammograms and reading exam results. The breast cancer screening is covered by most health plans, and is free to the uninsured and underinsured. Those with insurance will be billed.

To register, visit jccyoungs town.org.

Jewish Community Center of Youngstown offers social, cultural, educational and recreational programs in a Jewish environment. Everyone is welcome. JCC is an agency of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation. For more information, visit jccyoungstown.org.

OPEN ENROLLMENT FOR HEALTH: The Ohio Association of Health Underwriters issued a reminder that health care open enrollment is underway. For those 65 and older, Medicare enrollment ends Nov. 7; for those younger than 65, Marketplace or ObamaCare enrollment is Nov. 1 to Dec. 15

Employer plans are generally enrolled in the last quarter.

For assistance with enrollment choices, seek a professional health care insurance agent at www.healthbenefitsohio.org or by calling 888-210-4060.

TALK ABOUT LGBTQIA: The Mahoning County Juvenile Court and the Mahoning County Mental Health and Recovery Board are hosting a webinar titled “Community Summit: Let’s Talk about LGBTQIA” 9 a.m. to noon Nov. 6. The webinar is free and offers three hours of approved continuing education for attorneys, teachers, social workers and counselors.

Derek Steyer, TV-21 news anchor, will moderate the summit, which features Youngstown State University professor Amanda Fehlbaum, YSU student adviser Brian Wells, Jan Baharis of PFLAG and Daniel Tirabassi of Full Spectrum. Three individuals with lived experiences will discuss their personal stories.

Registration is free but required at docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLS fQpgz2geIlSgYBghgqapF NQ-QgOAc6sHbHY-fXxas l9k6yFQ/viewform.

DRIVE-THRU CLINICS: Akron Children’s Hospital is providing new drive-thru clinics for babies, kids and teens to get flu vaccines.

Akron Children’s Mahoning Valley, 6505 Market St., Boardman, will host a drive-thru flu vaccine clinic 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the parking lot near Building C. Appointments for the drive-thru clinic can be made by calling 330-543-2778.

Children 6 months to 4 years will receive flu shots in the leg that is closest to the vehicle door or window. Therefore, parents are encouraged to dress their kids in onesies or shorts. Kids 4 and older will receive flu shots in the upper arm, so they should wear short sleeves or clothing that can be easily removed.

Masks will be available for families who don’t have them.

Akron Children’s is also offering flu vaccines at primary, urgent and specialty care locations. Learn more at akronchildrens.org/flu.

FREE FITNESS PROGRAM: The Stepping Out Program, provided through a grant from the Mercy Health Foundation, offers free fitness classes and activities online and throughout the Mahoning Valley.

For information, call Doris Bullock, project coordinator, at 330-720-3293 or email her at dibullock@mercy.com.

SUICIDE SUPPORT: Help Network of Northeast Ohio will hold a survivors of suicide support group 6 p.m. Wednesday by conference call. Anyone grieving the death of a loved one to suicide may join by emailing cgrizinski@helpnetworkneo.org to register for the conference call.

MAHONING HEALTH FLU SHOTS: Mahoning County Public Health will host flu shot clinics at various locations throughout the county.

The Centers for Disease Control’s recommendations for getting a flu shot include children ages 6 months to 2 years old; adults 65 and older; pregnant women and women up to two weeks postpartum; residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities; those with chronic medical conditions such as asthma, COPD, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, blood disorders, diabetes, kidney, liver, or endocrine disorders, weakened immune systems due to diseases such as cancer, HIV or AIDS, or medications such as chronic steroid use or long-term aspirin use in people younger than 19.

Schedule an appointment by calling 330-270-2855, Ext. 125, prior to clinic date. All clinics are by appointment only.

Bring insurance cards, driver’s license, Medicaid and Medicare cards so the cost of the vaccine can be billed. Most private insurances are accepted;

Mahoning County Public Health is a Vaccines for Children Program Provider and will have limited opportunities for children that are uninsured or underinsured to receive the vaccine free.

Dates for flu shots include:

∫ Wednesday, 3 to 6 p.m., Poland Township Administration Building, 3339 Dobbins Road, Poland;

∫ Thursday, 2 to 5 p.m. , Campbell City Roosevelt Park, Struthers Liberty Road, Youngstown.

CAREGIVER SUPPORT: The Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter makes Alzheimer’s caregiver support groups available free to all caregivers, family members and friends with a loved one affected by the disease or another form of dementia.

For more information on updated times and dates, or to confirm, contact the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.

FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP: Family Recovery Center’s Oxford House (also known as Eloise V. Traina Center of Hope), 320 Benton Road, Salem, began a Families Anonymous meeting as fellowship for the family and friends of those individuals with drug, alcohol or related behavioral issues.

To learn more about the support meetings offered, contact 330-424-1468.

VALLEY COUNSELING OPERATING: Valley Counseling Services continues to provide mental health services to residents of the Mahoning Valley throughout the viral outbreak. Necessary precautions will be taken to keep clients and staff safe.

Most services will be phone-based or video-based. Clients do not need to cancel their appointment. Instead they will receive therapy, case management, nursing and psychiatry services in the safety of their home.

Visit the website at vcs.fcsserves.org or call 330-399-6451 for more information.

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT: Domestic abuse support groups are available for all types of abusive relationships — emotional, verbal or physical. For more information, contact 330-856-3463.

SUPPORT GROUP: For information about the Circle of Hope, a support group for those with a mental health diagnosis, call 330-502-8103.

LUPUS SUPPORT: For information about the Trumbull Mahoning Lupus Support Group, call Rhonda at 330-978-3749. Meetings are the second Tuesday of each month.

ADDICTION SCREENINGS: Narconon can help families take steps to help someone overcome addiction. Call 800-431-1754 for free screenings or referrals.

For information, visit www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/blog/intervention-101.

PSYCARE OFFERING TELEHEALTH: PsyCare is providing phone-based or video-based mental health services through its clinics in Austintown, Boardman, Cortland, East Liverpool, Howland, Liberty and Struthers. Visit the PsyCare website at www.psycare.com or call 800-242-4604.

ADDICTION THERAPY AVAILABLE: PsyCare Inc., 2980 Belmont Ave., Liberty, offers a clinical therapy program to treat individuals with substance abuse and drug addiction issues. Family members are also welcome. Assessments can be scheduled by calling 330-759-2310.

ONE HEALTH OFFERS TELEHEALTH: ONE Health Ohio offers telehealth appointments to patients for medical, behavioral health, chronic care management, dietetics and medication-assisted treatment services. Call 877-722-3303 or visit www.onehealthohio.org.

Telehealth appointments for medication-assisted treatment and counseling are available through RISE Recovery by contacting 844-652-8219. RISE Recovery also remains open for in-office visits, dependent on appointment type.

Health notes

UPDATE YOUR LISTING: To update information, resubmit your health notes by email to tmunnell@tribtoday.com.

CARES AWARD TO SHERIFF: Mahoning County Sheriff Jerry Greene is a 2020 Behavioral Health Authorities’ annual CARES winner. He was nominated by the Mahoning County Mental Health and Recovery Board.

The annual CARES Awards are presented to first responders, frontline workers and community leaders who have gone above and beyond in helping individuals, families and their community to deal with the adverse effects of Ohio’s opioid and addiction epidemic.

Some of Green’s accomplishments include sending all Mahoning County deputies to mental health first aid training sponsored by the Mahoning County Mental Health and Recovery Board; supporting the county’s Quick Response Team; and being a part of the MCMHRB suicide prevention community awareness campaign targeting men.

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 CARES Award will be presented to Green at the Nov. 5 meeting of the Mahoning County board of commissioners.

TALK ABOUT LGBTQIA: The Mahoning County Juvenile Court and the Mahoning County Mental Health and Recovery Board are hosting a webinar titled “Community Summit: Let’s Talk about LGBTQIA” 9 a.m. to noon Nov. 6. The webinar is free and offers three hours of approved continuing education for attorneys, teachers, social workers and counselors.

Derek Steyer, TV-21 news anchor, will moderate the summit, which features Youngstown State University professor Amanda Fehlbaum, YSU student adviser Brian Wells, Jan Baharis of PFLAG and Daniel Tirabassi of Full Spectrum. Three individuals with lived experiences will discuss their personal stories.

Registration is free but required at docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfQ pgz2geIlSgYBghgqapFNQ-Q gOAc6sHbHY-fXxasl9k6yFQ/viewform.

OPEN ENROLLMENT FOR HEALTH: The Ohio Association of Health Underwriters issued a reminder that health care open enrollment is under way. For those 65 and older, Medicare enrollment ends Nov. 7; for those younger than 65, Marketplace or ObamaCare enrollment is Nov. 1 to Dec. 15

Employer plans are generally enrolled in the last quarter.

For assistance with enrollment choices, seek a professional health care insurance agent licensed within Ohio at www.healthbenefitsohio.org or by calling 888-210-4060.

FITZGERALD NAMED VICE FOR ASSOCIATION: Dr. Lori Fitzgerald of Canfield was installed as vice president of the Ohio Dental Association Sept. 25 during the ODA’s virtual House of Delegates meeting.

In her role as vice president, Fitzgerald will serve on the ODA’s Executive Committee overseeing the management of the association throughout the next year.

Fitzgerald is a general dentist in private practice in Canfield. She received her DDS degree from Indiana University School of Dentistry.

She is the president of the Corydon Palmer Dental Society, current chair of the ODA’s Annual Session Committee, current trustee on the ODA Foundation Board of Trustees and former chair of the ODA’s Council on Membership Services. She is a fellow of the International College of Dentists and Pierre Fauchard Academy and a member of the American Association of Women Dentists.

MAMMOVAN AT JCC: Mercy Health’s Joanie Abdu Comprehensive Breast Care mammovan will be at the Jewish Community Center of Youngstown, 505 Gypsy Lane, from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Oct. 28.

The van is staffed with board-certified breast radiologists with experience in performing mammograms and reading exam results. The breast cancer screening is covered by most health plans, and is free to the uninsured and underinsured. Those with insurance will be billed.

To register, visit jccyoungstown.org.

Jewish Community Center of Youngstown offers social, cultural, educational, and recreational programs in a Jewish environment. Everyone is welcome. JCC is an agency of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation. For more information, visit jccyoungstown.org.

DRIVE-THRU CLINICS: Akron Children’s Hospital is providing new drive-thru clinics for babies, kids and teens to get flu vaccines.

Akron Children’s Mahoning Valley, 6505 Market St., Boardman, will host a drive-thru flu vaccine clinic 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Nov. 1 in the parking lot near Building C. Appointments for the drive-thru clinic can be made by calling 330-543-2778.

Children 6 months to 4 years will receive flu shots in the leg that is closest to the vehicle door or window. Therefore, parents are encouraged to dress their kids in onesies or shorts. Kids 4 and older will receive flu shots in the upper arm, so they should wear short sleeves or clothing that can be easily removed.

Masks will be available for families who don’t have them.

Akron Children’s is also offering flu vaccines at primary, urgent and specialty care locations. Learn more at akronchildrens.org/flu.

FREE FITNESS PROGRAM: The Stepping Out Program, provided through a grant from the Mercy Health Foundation, offers free fitness classes and activities online and throughout the Mahoning Valley.

For information, call Doris Bullock, project coordinator, at 330-720-3293 or email her at dibullock@mercy.com.

SUICIDE SUPPORT: Help Network of Northeast Ohio will hold a survivors of suicide support group 6 p.m. Wednesday by conference call. Anyone grieving the death of a loved one to suicide may join by emailing cgrizinski@helpnetworkneo.org to register for the conference call.

MAHONING HEALTH FLU SHOTS: Mahoning County Public Health will host flu shot clinics at various locations throughout the county.

The Centers for Disease Control’s recommendations for getting a flu shot include children ages 6 months to 2 years old; adults 65 and older; pregnant women and women up to two weeks postpartum; residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities; those with chronic medical conditions such as asthma, COPD, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, blood disorders, diabetes, kidney, liver, or endocrine disorders, weakened immune systems due to diseases such as cancer, HIV or AIDS, or medications such as chronic steroid use or long-term aspirin use in people younger than 19.

Schedule an appointment by calling 330-270-2855, Ext. 125, prior to clinic date. All clinics are by appointment only.

Bring insurance cards, driver’s license, Medicaid and Medicare cards so the cost of the vaccine can be billed. Most private insurances are accepted;

Mahoning County Public Health is a Vaccines for Children Program Provider and will have limited opportunities for children that are uninsured or underinsured to receive the vaccine free.

Dates for flu shots include:

∫ Wednesday, 2 to 5 p.m., Struthers Mauthe Park, 156 Smithfield St., Struthers;

∫ Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mahoning County Public Health, 50 Westchester Drive;

∫ Oct. 28, 3 to 6 p.m., Poland Township Administration Building, 3339 Dobbins Road, Poland;

∫ Oct. 29, 2 to 5 p.m. , Campbell City Roosevelt Park, Struthers Liberty Road, Youngstown.

CAREGIVER SUPPORT: The Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter makes Alzheimer’s caregiver support groups available free to all caregivers, family members and friends with a loved one affected by the disease or another form of dementia.

For more information on updated times and dates, or to confirm, contact the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.

FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP: Family Recovery Center’s Oxford House (also known as Eloise V. Traina Center of Hope), 320 Benton Road, Salem, began a Families Anonymous meeting as fellowship for the family and friends of those individuals with drug, alcohol or related behavioral issues.

To learn more about the support meetings offered, contact 330-424-1468.

VALLEY COUNSELING OPERATING: Valley Counseling Services continues to provide mental health services to residents of the Mahoning Valley throughout the viral outbreak. Necessary precautions will be taken to keep clients and staff safe.

Most services will be phone-based or video-based. Clients do not need to cancel their appointment. Instead they will receive therapy, case management, nursing and psychiatry services in the safety of their home.

Visit the website at vcs.fcsserves.org or call 330-399-6451 for more information.

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT: Domestic abuse support groups are available for all types of abusive relationships — emotional, verbal or physical. For more information, contact 330-856-3463.

SUPPORT GROUP: For information about the Circle of Hope, a support group for those with a mental health diagnosis, call 330-502-8103.

LUPUS SUPPORT: For information about the Trumbull Mahoning Lupus Support Group, call Rhonda at 330-978-3749. Meetings are the second Tuesday of each month.

ADDICTION SCREENINGS: Narconon can help families take steps to help someone overcome addiction. Call 800-431-1754 for free screenings or referrals.

For information, visit www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/blog/intervention-101.

PSYCARE OFFERING TELEHEALTH: PsyCare is providing phone-based or video-based mental health services through its clinics in Austintown, Boardman, Cortland, East Liverpool, Howland, Liberty and Struthers. Visit the PsyCare website at www.psycare.com or call 800-242-4604.

ADDICTION THERAPY AVAILABLE: PsyCare Inc., 2980 Belmont Ave., Liberty, offers a clinical therapy program to treat individuals with substance abuse and drug addiction issues. Family members are also welcome. Assessments can be scheduled by calling 330-759-2310.

ONE HEALTH OFFERS TELEHEALTH: ONE Health Ohio offers telehealth appointments to patients for medical, behavioral health, chronic care management, dietetics and medication-assisted treatment services. Call 877-722-3303 or visit www.onehealthohio.org.

Telehealth appointments for medication-assisted treatment and counseling are available through RISE Recovery by contacting 844-652-8219. RISE Recovery also remains open for in-office visits, dependent on appointment type.

Health notes

UPDATE YOUR LISTING: To update information, resubmit your health notes by email to tmunnell@tribtoday.com.

FREE FITNESS PROGRAM: The Stepping Out Program, provided through a grant from the Mercy Health Foundation offers free fitness classes and activities online and throughout the Mahoning Valley.

For information, call Doris Bullock, project coordinator, at 330-720-3293 or email her at dibullock@mercy.com.

ORGANIZING FOR YOUR HEALTH: How can a kitchen stay in order during the COVID-19 pandemic? The Salem Public Library is hosting a Zoom videoconference 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday to offer tips and tricks to keep kitchens running like clockwork when everything else feels out of control.

The presenter will be Denni Dattilio, a professional organizer and owner of Practical Organizing by Denni in Columbiana. Dattilio specializes in working with people who have hoarding tendencies and other brain-based disorders.

Registration is required at www.salem.lib.oh.us or by calling the library at 330-332-0042. The program is free.

SUICIDE SUPPORT: Help Network of Northeast Ohio will hold a survivors of suicide support group at 6 p.m. Oct. 21 by conference call. Anyone grieving the death of a loved one to suicide may join by emailing cgrizinski@helpnet workneo.org to register for the conference call.

MAHONING HEALTH FLU SHOTS: Mahoning County Public Health will host flu shot clinics at various locations throughout the county.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations for getting a flu shot include children ages 6 months to 2 years old; adults 65 and older; pregnant women and women up to two weeks postpartum; residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities; those with chronic medical conditions such as asthma, COPD, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, blood disorders, diabetes, kidney, liver, or endocrine disorders, weakened immune systems due to diseases such as cancer, HIV or AIDS, or medications such as chronic steroid use or long-term aspirin use in people younger than 19.

Schedule an appointment by calling 330-270-2855, Ext. 125, prior to clinic date. All clinics are by appointment only.

Bring insurance cards, driver’s license, Medicaid and Medicare cards so the cost of the vaccine can be billed. Most private insurances are accepted.

Mahoning County Public Health is a Vaccines for Children Program Provider and will have limited opportunities for children that are uninsured or underinsured to receive the vaccine free.

Dates for flu shots include:

• Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mahoning County Public Health, 50 Westchester Drive;

• Oct. 19, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Boardman United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 6809 Market St., Youngstown;

• Oct. 21, 2 to 5 p.m., Struthers Mauthe Park, 156 Smithfield St., Struthers;

• Oct. 22, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mahoning County Public Health, 50 Westchester Drive;

• Oct. 28, 3 to 6 p.m., Poland Township Administration Building, 3339 Dobbins Road, Poland;

• Oct. 29, 2 to 5 p.m. , Campbell City Roosevelt Park, Struthers Liberty Road, Youngstown.

STEPPING OUT DAILY: Stepping Out, provided through a grant from the Mercy Health Foundation, offers daily activities and programs throughout the Mahoning Valley.

For information or scheduling with the nutritional educator or personal trainer, call Doris Bullock, project coordinator at 330-720-3293 or 330-480-8659, or email her at dibullock@mercy.com.

CAREGIVER SUPPORT: The Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter makes Alzheimer’s caregiver support groups available free to all caregivers, family members and friends with a loved one affected by the disease or another form of dementia.

For more information on updated times and dates, or to confirm, contact the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.

FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP: Family Recovery Center’s Oxford House (also known as Eloise V. Traina Center of Hope), 320 Benton Road, Salem, began a Families Anonymous meeting as fellowship for the family and friends of those individuals with drug, alcohol or related behavioral issues.

To learn more about the support meetings offered, contact 330-424-1468.

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT: Domestic abuse support groups are available for all types of abusive relationships — emotional, verbal or physical. For more information, contact 330-856-3463.

Health notes

UPDATE YOUR LISTING: To update information, resubmit your health notes by email to tmunnell@tribtoday.com.

ORGANIZING FOR YOUR HEALTH: How can a kitchen stay in order during the COVID-19 pandemic? The Salem Public Library is hosting an online via Zoom videoconference 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 to offer tips and tricks to keep kitchens running like clockwork when everything else feels out of control.

The presenter will be Denni Dattilio, a professional organizer and owner of Practical Organizing by Denni in Columbiana. Dattilio specializes in working with people who have hoarding tendencies and other brain-based disorders.

Registration is required at www.salem.lib.oh.us or by calling the library at 330-332-0042. The program is free.

MAHONING HEALTH FLU SHOTS: Mahoning County Public Health will host flu shot clinics at various locations throughout the county.

The Centers for Disease Control’s recommendations for getting a flu shot include children ages 6 months to 2 years old; adults 65 and older; pregnant women and women up to two weeks postpartum; residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities; those with chronic medical conditions such as asthma, COPD, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, blood disorders, diabetes, kidney, liver, or endocrine disorders, weakened immune systems due to diseases such as cancer, HIV or AIDS, or medications such as chronic steroid use or long-term aspirin use in people younger than 19.

Schedule an appointment by calling 330-270-2855, Ext. 125, prior to clinic date. All clinics are by appointment only.

Bring insurance cards, driver’s license, Medicaid and Medicare cards so the cost of the vaccine can be billed. Most private insurances are accepted;

Mahoning County Public Health is a Vaccines for Children Program Provider and will have limited opportunities for children that are uninsured or underinsured to receive the vaccine free.

Dates for flu shots include:

• Today, 2 to 5 p.m. at Canfield United Methodist Church, 27 South Broad St., Canfield;

• Thursday, 2 to 4:30 p.m., Beaver Township Woodworth Park, 225 Warren Ave., Poland;

• Oct. 15, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mahoning County Public Health, 50 Westchester Drive;

• Oct. 19, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Boardman United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 6809 Market St., Youngstown;

• Oct. 21, 2 to 5 p.m., Struthers Mauthe Park, 156 Smithfield St., Struthers;

• Oct. 22, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mahoning County Public Health, 50 Westchester Drive;

• Oct. 28, 3 to 6 p.m., Poland Township Administration Building, 3339 Dobbins Road, Poland;

• Oct. 29, 2 to 5 p.m. , Campbell City Roosevelt Park, Struthers Liberty Road, Youngstown.

STEPPING OUT DAILY: Stepping Out, provided through a grant from the Mercy Health Foundation, offers daily activities and programs throughout the Mahoning Valley.

For information or scheduling with the nutritional educator or personal trainer, call Doris Bullock, project coordinator at 330-720-3293 or 330-480-8659, or email her at dibullock@mercy.com.

CAREGIVER SUPPORT: The Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter makes Alzheimer’s caregiver support groups available free to all caregivers, family members and friends with a loved one affected by the disease or another form of dementia.

For more information on updated times and dates, or to confirm, contact the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.

FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP: Family Recovery Center’s Oxford House (also known as Eloise V. Traina Center of Hope), 320 Benton Road, Salem, began a Families Anonymous meeting as fellowship for the family and friends of those individuals with drug, alcohol or related behavioral issues.

To learn more about the support meetings offered, contact 330-424-1468.

VIRTUAL WALKING PROGRAM: The American Heart Association and Sharon Regional Medical Center are providing a free, virtual community walking program that gets people moving during the pandemic.

The initiative, called “Healthy For Good,” will run through the Mercer / Lawrence Heart Walk on Sept. 26. Anyone can join the group through the Healthy Steps Virtual Walking Program Facebook page.

For more information about the walking program, contact Jessica Doudrick at the American Heart Association at 717-891-8122 or Lisa DiMuccio-Zgela at Sharon Regional Medical Center at 724-983-7474.

VALLEY COUNSELING OPERATING: Valley Counseling Services continues to provide mental health services to residents of the Mahoning Valley throughout the viral outbreak. Necessary precautions will be taken to keep clients and staff safe.

Most services will be phone-based or video-based. Clients do not need to cancel their appointment. Instead they will receive therapy, case management, nursing and psychiatry services in the safety of their home.

Visit the website at vcs.fcsserves.org or call 330-399-6451 for more information.

PEER-TO-PEER SUPPORT: Domestic abuse support groups are available for all types of abusive relationships — emotional, verbal or physical. For more information, contact 330-856-3463.

SUPPORT GROUP: For information about the Circle of Hope, a support group for those with a mental health diagnosis, call 330-502-8103.

LUPUS SUPPORT: For information about the Trumbull Mahoning Lupus Support Group, call Rhonda at 330-978-3749. Meetings are the second Tuesday of each month.

ADDICTION SCREENINGS: Narconon can help families take steps to help someone overcome addiction. Call 800-431-1754 for free screenings or referrals.

For information, visit www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/blog/intervention-101.

PSYCARE OFFERING TELEHEALTH: PsyCare is providing phone-based or video-based mental health services through its clinics in Austintown, Boardman, Cortland, East Liverpool, Howland, Liberty and Struthers. Visit the PsyCare website at www.psycare.com or call 800-242-4604.

ADDICTION THERAPY AVAILABLE: PsyCare Inc., 2980 Belmont Ave., Liberty, offers a clinical therapy program to treat individuals with substance abuse and drug addiction issues. Family members are also welcome. Assessments can be scheduled by calling 330-759-2310.

ONE HEALTH OFFERS TELEHEALTH: ONE Health Ohio offers telehealth appointments to patients for medical, behavioral health, chronic care management, dietetics and medication-assisted treatment services. Call 877-722-3303 or visit www.onehealthohio.org.

Telehealth appointments for medication-assisted treatment and counseling are available through RISE Recovery by contacting 844-652-8219. RISE Recovery also remains open for in-office visits, dependent on appointment type.

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