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Charities Organizations Resources

Greater Toledo Area and Nationwide Charities, Organizations, and Resources.

 

Please Support the "American Cancer Society".  Together, Let's find a cure for Cancer.  Thank you.



 



Toledo Addiction Services:

COMPASS Corporation Recovery Services (CCRS) has assumed a leadership role in developing and implementing a community support system to address the alcohol, drug, and mental health needs of Lucas County and the surrounding area

http://www.compass.org/

 

Harbor Behavioral Services:

j0426559Harbor's Mission and Vision

Harbor is not just about counseling anymore. Although we still provide top level counseling for individuals, families and children, we've grown to include a wide range of service offerings such as: family medicine, adult day care services for individuals with developmental disabilities, and vocational programs for individuals with barriers to employment.

 


Drug Abuse Treatment - Alcohol and Substance Abuse Programs
www.DrugAbuse.com

DrugAbuse.com: - "After research across the resources available on the web, we at DrugAbuse.com noticed the troubling absence of a centralized resource on the dangerous relationship between diabetes, alcohol and other drugs. Because of this, we engaged with researcher Dr. Karen Vieira, PhD MSM to create a comprehensive resource on the implications, contraindications and the latest research regarding substance abuse and diabetes."

The result is this page:
http://drugabuse.com/guides/substance-abuse-and-diabetes/

DrugAbuse.com: - "...This is our comprehensive 6,000 word research piece, and it is the product of our shared desire to help prevent and treat harms associated with diabetes and substance abuse. It includes easily-understood graphic elements, 31 supporting citations of landmark research and authority sources (seen at the bottom) and answers for the most common questions regarding diabetes, alcohol and every major drug of abuse."


Thank you.


All Treatment Website: AllTreatment.com

AllTreatment is active within the addiction community. They work with universities, specialized non-profits, and mental health practitioners all around the United States. Thank you for visiting their site. We trust you will find what they expect to deliver: Real information about addiction and addiction recovery.


Human Trafficking Resources:

Human Trafficking Task Force LogoHuman Trafficking Resources

Important Safety Information: For victims of abuse using a computer at home, or where an abuser has access to it, can be very dangerous.  It is impossible to erase all computer history.  Additionally, spyware can be installed onto your computer without your knowledge and give the abuser ways to track and monitor your computer activity. We highly recommend that you use a computer that you know is “safe,” and to which the abuser does not have access.  You can go to a trusted friend’s home, a public library, or a rape crisis or domestic violence program in your community.

You can also call: 

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224
  • Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) or visit their on-line hotline at https://ohl.rainn.org/online/
  • National Teen Dating Violence Hotline  1-866-331-9474 or TTY 1-866-331-8453

 

 


 Women's and Parenting Resources:

Jasmine Dyoco (educatorlabs.org) writes us on May 4th, 2016:

Subject: Thank you for being passionate about women’s health - here are other resources to share!
     Since you share my passion for empowering women to take only the best care of their physical and mental health, I thought you might be interested in sharing these fantastic articles with your audience (maybe you can include them here: http://www.bradner.org/resources.html :

The email message list several subjects/articles, available by link:

Thanks in advance for passing on this helpful information!
Best, Jasmine Dyoco