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Associated Charities - 419.423.2021 (https://www.facebook.com/associatedcharitiesfindlayohio/)

The Associated Charities of Findlay, Ohio, is a non-profit organization celebrating 100 years of helping individuals in need, serving the hungry, homeless and families in need in Findlay and Hancock County.

1800 N Blanchard St # 105, Findlay, OH 45840

Blanchard Valley Hospital - 419.423.4500 (http://www.bvhealthsystem.org/?id=204&sid=1)

BVH is a licensed, 150-bed acute care facility that features a full range of services, including inpatient medical/surgical care, 24-hour emergency care, outpatient surgery, and diagnostic services. The facility also has a Level 2 Special Care Nursery and an accredited Cycle II Chest Pain Center.

1900 South Main Street, Findlay, Ohio  45840

Caughman Clinic - 419.427.0809 (http://www.blanchardvalleymedicalpractices.org/?id=1167&sid=11)

The Caughman Health Center provides both family practice and pediatric care to area communities. For patient convenience there is an on-site laboratory, pharmacy assistance program, social workers and a care navigator. Most insurances accepted, including Ohio Medicaid and self-pay are welcome. Financial assistance available for those who qualify. Fees are based on ability to pay.

1800 North Blanchard Street, Suite 121

Century Health - 419.425.5050 (http://www.centuryhealth.net/)

Century Health is a private, non-profit, mental health and substance abuse outpatient clinic.   We hold state and national accreditations and offer a wide continuum of services including individual and group counseling, psychiatry, employee assistance programs, crisis intervention, case management and peer support. Century Health honors most health insurance plans, Medicaid, Medicare and also offers flexible payment plans. 

1918 N. Main St., Findlay, OH

Christian Clearing House - 419.422.2222 (http://www.hcchfindlay.org/)

Christian Clearing House (CCH) is a non-profit organization providing emergency assistance to individuals and families in need, residing in Hancock County.   We exist to help those that have a true need for relief as well as offer resources to strive for self-sufficiency.

1800 North Blanchard Street, Suite 107, Findlay, Ohio

Chopin Hall - 419.422.6401 (https://www.facebook.com/ChopinHall/)

Chopin Hall provides nutritious and good tasting food, free of charge, to people in need in Hancock County. In addition, we give out clothing, household items, and other basic necessities.

1800 N Blanchard St # 125, Findlay, OH 45840

City Mission - 419.423.9151 (http://www.findlaymission.org/)

City Mission provides shelter and meals and strive to instill a sense of hope in all who come through their doors. Every man, woman, and family that we serve comes from a different background and has a different challenge and circumstance.

510 West Main Cross, Findlay, Ohio

Community Action Commission - 419.423.3755 (http://www.hhwpcac.org/)

CAC is committed to helping low and moderate income residents of our service area improve their living conditions by creating needed resources, increasing skills, and stimulating the motivation to help people help themselves. We offer a variety of services and projects designed to accomplish these purposes.

122 Jefferson Street, Findlay, Ohio

Dental Center of NW Ohio - 419.422.7664 (http://www.dentalcenternwo.org/)

The Dental Center of Northwest Ohio has been to provide primary oral health services for underserved children and adults in Northwest Ohio, to promote the value of good oral health through education and to serve as an advocate for those with limited access to dental care.

1800 N Blanchard Street St #122, Findlay, Ohio

Family Resource Center - 419.422.8616 (http://www.frcohio.com/)

The mission of Family Resource Center is to provide specialized behavioral health services to individuals, children and families in our multi-cultural communities in order to strengthen family life and promote personal growth.

1941 Carlin Street, Findlay, Ohio

Harmony House - 419.420.9261 (http://www.openarmsfindlay.com/visitation---exchange-program.html)

Harmony House is a program offered in a comfortable environment that provides a safe, structured and neutral alternative to unsupervised visitation.  The visitation rooms are warm, friendly atmospheres where children of any age may visit with their non-custodial parent or transition from one parent to the other for visitation.  Harmony House was created to assist children who are caught in the middle of a situation which is beyond their control. 

401 W Sandusky St, Findlay, OH

Help Me Grow - 419.423.8687 (http://www.ffchelpmegrow.org/)

The Help Me Grow program is designed to ensure Ohio’s children receive a healthy birth and the resources to warrant a healthy and productive start in life. An integral part of Ohio’s prenatal to age three system of supports, the services offered by Help Me Grow equip parents with the means to help their child acquire the early building blocks necessary for long term success

1700 East Sandusky St, Findlay, OH

Hope House - 419.425.4673 (http://findlayhopehouse.org/)

Hope House serves homeless and impoverished individuals and families in Hancock County.  With the help of dedicated volunteers and generous donors, Hope House assists with securing safe and affordable housing for over 7,000 individuals each year. 

 1800 N Blanchard St # 106, Findlay, Ohio

Job & Family Services - 419.422.0182 (http://www.hancockjfs.org/)

Hancock County Job & Family Services provides a number of services to families and individuals in need of assistance. These services range from food stamps, cash assistance, and child care subsidies to child support enforcement, job training, and access to medical care.

7814 Co Rd 140, Findlay, OH 

Legal Aid of Western Ohio Inc. - 419.422.8238 (http://www.lawolaw.org/)

Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Inc. (LAWO) and Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE) are non-profit regional law firms that provide high quality legal assistance in civil matters to help eligible low-income individuals and groups in western Ohio achieve self-reliance, and equal justice and economic opportunity. 

1800 N Blanchard St # 109

Metropolitan Housing - 419.424.7848 (http://www.hancockmetro.com/)

Hancock Metropolitan Housing Authority's (HMHA's) mission is to provide safe, decent, and sanitary housing conditions for very low-income families and to manage resources efficiently in the administration of HUD's Housing Choice Voucher Program. 

1800 N Blanchard St # 114, Findlay, Ohio

Open Arms Violence & Rape Crisis - 419.422.4766 (http://www.openarmsfindlay.com/)

Open Arms serves individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault through crisis intervention, emergency shelter, outreach, advocacy, prevention and education.

401 W Sandusky St, Findlay, OH

Physicians Plus - 419.423.3888 (http://www.blanchardvalleymedicalpractices.org/urgentcare)

Visit Physicians Plus Urgent Care Center for non-emergency illnesses or injuries, when your physician’s office is closed - or if you don’t have a doctor in the area.  Both children and adult patients are welcome at Physicians Plus.

3949 N Main St, Findlay, OH 

Prosecutor’s Offices (http://www.co.hancock.oh.us/government-services/prosecutor)

                City - 419.424.7139

                County - 419.424.7089

Salvation Army - 419.422.8238 (https://www.facebook.com/salvationarmyfindlayohio/)

The Salvation Army is a Christian non-profit with an emphasis on community outreach.

301 Center Street, Findlay, Ohio

United Way of Hancock County - 419.423.1432 

The mission of United Way of Hancock County is to "measurably improve people's lives."

United Way of Hancock County's work is based on the provision of safety net services to meet crisis needs while also working on long-term solutions in the areas of education, income, and health. These are the building blocks for a good life--a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health and well-being for a more productive life.

Their goals for Hancock County are bold: 
         Helping children, youth, and adults achieve their potential through education 
         Helping families become financially stable and independent 
         Helping people improve their health and well-being 
         Helping people meet crisis needs through safety net services

245 Stanford Parkway, Findlay, Ohio

Women, Infants, children (WIC) - 419.424.0720 (http://www.hhwpcac.org/wic.html)

WIC can improve nutrition and dietary intake, improve pregnancy outcomes, reduce incidence of low birth weight and infant mortality, provide infants and children with a healthy start in life, provide nutrition education, provide breastfeeding education and support, referral to prenatal and pediatric healthcare, referral to maternal and child health and human service programs.

Ohio Attorney General’s Crime Victim Services - 800.582.2877 (http://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/)



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