ADDRESS

344 Muskingum Drive

Marietta, OH 45750

CONTACT
HOURS

Monday - Friday: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

2017 Washington County Family and Children First

RESOURCES

Resources provided is for information purpose only. Users of the information should understand that a provider being listed does not guarantee service availability or service delivery to the user and in no way constitutes legal referral.

DATA

The purpose of the reports below was to collect and analyze relevant data to prioritize community needs so that organizations can develop and implement action plans to meet those needs and improve current programs and systems.

​The Family Resource Guide is information, resources, and supports for families. Contents include services, schools, programs, support groups, and more. Open the guide for contact information and links.

​2-1-1 is a simple number to call or search online​ when you need help or access to human services, community service agencies, food pantries, and lots more.  The Information and Referral service is free and available 24/7.

Washington County Lifestyle Change
Network (LCN) is dedicated to helping local residents prevent and manage chronic health conditions. They believe in a patient -centered medical neighborhood where hospitals, physicians, and community organizations work together to help patients live well . Open the guide for programs for healthy living. 

Mental Health and Substance Use Resource

The Mental Health and Substance Use Resource Guide was developed to improve access to available mental health services and substance use resources for Washington County residents​. Open the guide for providers and resource links.

Washington County Ohio is your one stop site for government, departments, community, business information for Washington County.  

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The Washington County Prenatal/Infant/Toddler and Preschool Services brochure is information on community services for families.  Open the brochure for contact information.

​The Basic Needs Resource Guide was made by RSVP’s AmeriCorps VISTA as part of the Washington County Homeless Project. This guide is meant to serve as a guide to immediate needs resources.

Redtreehouse.org​​ was created to provide a welcoming and vibrant online community for families and professionals to explore resources to help children and young adults, prenatal through age 25. 

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The Washington County Health Department offers a Quick Reference Guide for families.  Open the the guide for resource information.

 

The purpose of the reports below was to collect and analyze relevant data to prioritize community needs so that organizations can develop and implement action plans to meet those needs and improve current programs and systems.

Washington County Family & Children First's Prevention Committee conducted a

Community Values Survey 

in the spring of 2018.

NEEDS
ASSESSMENT

Washington County Family & Children First  in collaboration with the Community Health Council's Needs Assessment Committee conducted a community survey in the fall of 2011.

The Washington County Wellness Partners completed a Community Health Assessment

February 2017.

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The Ohio Healthy Youth Environments Survey (OHYES!) provides important survey results about the health and safety of adolescents across Ohio. Family, peer group, school, and community factors can affect young people’s health and well-being. Addressing the positive development of youth can facilitate their adoption of healthy behaviors and helps to ensure a healthy and productive future. OHYES! results can help us understand youth issues and how best to advocate for them. OHYES! Results may be used for data, planning, policy and programming, funding, and advocacy.

With a growing concern for students who lack a career path upon graduation and the dwindling number of students entering skilled trades.  A survey was developed and implemented in 2007 within the county's six school districts to gather data. This survey is administered every year and is used for focusing on outcomes and strategies for further development around career planning. 

Washington Morgan Community Action (WMCAP) conducted a needs assessment during October and November of 2017. The results of surveys are compiled to produce a guide for prioritization of agency efforts. Information was also gleaned from the United States Census Bureau, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, as well as from other sources; to produce an accurate portrait of the currently existing conditions of poverty in Washington and Morgan Counties, Ohio.

 

Resources provided is for information purpose only, and does not imply endorsement, fitness for use, legal sanction or license, nor in any way seeks to portray anything other than information upon which individuals may freely choose to engage the provider or its intermediaries in seeking desired services. Users of the information should understand that a provider being listed does not guarantee service availability or service delivery to the user and in no way constitutes legal referral.