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HelpLine Announces New Team Members, Promotions

In an effort to better align with the recent expansion of Delaware Morrow Mental Health Recovery Services Board (DMMHRSB) funded emergency after-hours services in our community, and as part of our organizational commitment to leadership development and succession planning HelpLine ann
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HelpLine Information and Referral Director Announces Retirement

Navigator, connector and guiding force behind the community’s only centralized information database is retiring, leaving behind a legacy of over two decades of evolutionary access and connection to critical health, community and social services and information – 24 hours a day, seven
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Partner Spotlight: Vessel Church “Souper Sunday” Drive Helps Families in Need

Vessel Community Church recently held its “Souper Sunday” drive which resulted in helping more than 50 families through HelpLine in Morrow County. Led by Pastor Galen McLeod, the church dubbed as sanctuary and collection site where members donated canned soups and other winter items i
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HelpLine Receives Delaware County Foundation Grant to Support Suicide Prevention

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 14, 2018 HelpLine Receives Delaware County Foundation Grant to Support Suicide Prevention Delaware, OH – HelpLine of Delaware and Morrow Counties, Inc. (HelpLine) has received a grant from the Delaware County Foundation to support suicide prevention effo
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Five Easy New Year’s Resolutions for Healthier, Happier Kids (and Families)

It’s that time of year again, the time when we make resolutions. We set goals, make plans and imagine ways that we can do better in the year to come. We usually have good ideas — the problem tends to be in making those ideas actually happen. We get busy, the resolutions are too ambiti
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February Marks Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

Each year, one in 10 teens reported being hit or physically hurt on purpose by a boyfriend or girlfriend at least once. Among high school students who dated, 21% of females and 10% of males experienced physical and/ or sexual dating violence according to the Centers for Disease Contro
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