Pathway of Hope

Pathway of Hope is a nationwide initiative rooted in an intensive case management approach, providing targeted services to families with a desire to take action to break the cycle of crisis and enable a path out of intergenerational poverty. Its curriculum is client-centered, focusing on empowerment through a strength-basses lens and aiming to address the root causes of barriers through the use of existing internal resources alongside extensive community collaboration.… Read full story

National Sweetest Day

National Sweetest Day is observed on the third Saturday in October by people of all ages.

Just in time for its 100th Anniversary, National Sweetest Day encourages everyone to be generous even in the smallest ways.  From its inception as Candy Day in 1916, this day reminds us that even small tokens improve the lives of those around us. … Read full story

Attorney General’s Office Statement on H.B. 6 Television Advertisement

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost recently became aware that comments from a Sept. 30 press conference are being used in a television commercial regarding H.B. 6. The inclusion of his comments occurred without his knowledge or consent.

The attorney general has deliberately not taken a position on the merits of the law – during the legislative debate or following its passage – as he anticipated it would be litigated.Read full story

Brown Challenges VA to Aggressively Combat Veteran Suicide Crisis Following Reported Increase

Following Recent Suicide Data Report, Senator is Pushing VA to Connect At-Risk Veteran Populations with Mental Health Care, and Streamline Suicide Data Collection

WASHINGTON, D.C.  — U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH), a member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee joined his colleagues in challenging the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to aggressively increase its efforts to connect veterans in Ohio and across the country with critical mental health care.

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STRONG Ohio Safety and Security Grant Applications Now Being Accepted

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)— Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced today that Ohio is now offering millions in grant funding to enhance safety and security at religious institutions, chartered nonpublic schools, licensed preschools, and nonprofit organizations.

The $8.5 million in grants are being offered as part of Governor DeWine’s STRONG Ohio violence prevention plan and are funded through Ohio’s 2020-2021 operating budget.… Read full story