Strong communities start with families and schools that invest in the emotional, social, and intellectual growth of their students. By working together, a group of caring adults can change the direction of a child’s life.
The Ashland County Community School Liaison Program works in partnership with the Mental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland County, Appleseed Community Mental Health Center, and all the local school districts in Ashland County to proactively meet students’ needs.
Liaisons are present at the schools on a daily basis providing:
If you’d like more information or to reach your school’s liaison, contact your child’s school or visit their website for contact information.
Additional facts and figures regarding the impact of Ashland County’s School Liaison Program is available in our most recent Annual Report.
The following reports present the results of a program evaluation conducted on the School-Community Liaison Program in Ashland County over the period February, 2019 to July, 2020. An Executive Summary of the results of the program evaluation is presented first. The full program evaluation is presented next, including the process evaluation, qualitative analyses, a program logic model, quantitative analyses, a macro-level analysis, and recommendations. View reports below: