Implement addiction-prevention initiatives, make available resources known to all, and learn how to have the right conversations when you suspect an employee is struggling with addiction. The Mental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland County explains how doing these things helps all of your employees.
The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study demonstrates a clear connection between early traumatic experiences and physical, mental, and academic struggles later in life. Now Ashland area students are benefitting from this research.
An article appeared in the New York Times on April 7, 2018. While Dr. Caplan felt much of it was good she also noted that it had significant problems. She sent the letter below to the NYT Editor but they choose not to print it.
Whether in Ashland, Loudonville, Polk, or on the campus of Ashland University, in the hallways of Samaritan Hospital, or around a table at DorLo Pizza, every person from the Ashland County community has a story, a personal history that explains how a
The Cincinnati Enquirer and Media Network of Central Ohio staff sent more than 60 reporters, photographers and videographers into their communities to chronicle an ordinary week in this extraordinary time. Click on the link below: