Please consider a donation to Brian's Fund. Donations may be submitted in several fashions:
By Check or Money Order: Please make payable to LCC STEPS at Liberty Center and enter “Brian's Fund” in the memo section. Send checks or money orders to Liberty Center Connections, 104 Spink St., Wooster, OH 44691
Online: Please click the “Donate Here” in the Brian's Fund online donation box just below and follow the PayPal directions.
In-Kind Donations: Donations of material items, goods or services may be made in Brian's name. Donations are accepted at Liberty Center Connections, 104 Spink St., Wooster, OH 44691 or call Liberty Center Connections at (330)264-8498 to inquire.
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Saturday, February 1, 2014
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Affordable Care Act...Questions?
Have You Thought About What Integrated Healthcare Means To You?
Stepping Stones Mentoring, a program of STEPS at Liberty Center, in collaboration with Edgewood Middle School in Wooster and Orrville Middle School, needs your help! Mentors for middle school youth are needed for the 2013-2014 school year. It doesn't take special skills to be a mentor. One hour a week can make a difference. Training and support are provided to assure a successful mentor/mentee relationship. Feel free to pass this information on to others.
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At left, Liberty Center Connections, Inc. Executive Director Bobbi Douglas being interviewed in front of the Ohio Statehouse.
Demonstrating Support for Medicaid Expansion
Ms. Douglas and other representatives from Liberty Center Connections, Inc. were in Columbus on April 11, 2013 to show their support for Governor John Kasich's proposal to expand Medicaid coverage for Ohio citizens earning up to 138 percent of federal poverty level (roughly $15,400 per person or $23,050 for a family of four).
Show your support for Medicaid expansion in Ohio!
The expansion is vital for healthy, workforce ready Ohioans struggling to feed and house themselves and their families, let alone afford healthcare. Show your support by calling your local Ohio representative and voice your support. Click here for information to contact your representative. For more on the rally in Columbus, click here to view an article appearing April 12, 2013 in The Daily Record newspaper in which Bobbi Douglas was interviewed.
To prevent and treat chemical dependency and abuse through strategies which meet the needs of individuals, families and communities.
STEPS provides the only full-service, substance abuse assessment, treatment, education, and prevention program in Wayne and Holmes counties. Treatment options include individual counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention, couples therapy, case management, medication assisted therapy, a drug court program, and family therapy.
Residential services provide treatment for chemical dependency in a residential setting. These services assist clients to gain recovery tools to allow for long-term sobriety and help them transition back to the community as stable, self-sufficient citizens.
New Holmes County Office
Liberty Center Connections, Inc. has moved our offices in Holmes County to:
34C South Clay St.Millersburg, OH 44654
We're excited about our new space and expanded services. Every Woman's House (a program of Liberty Center Connections, Inc.) has been serving Holmes County for 20 years. STEPS (Substance Abuse Treatment, Education and Prevention Services) is now in operation in Holmes County.
Recovery is possible...
"It was in August of 2012, I came home from work and found the eviction notice on the door and I pondered how I was going to tell my wife and children that I had spent the rent money on dope again. I was driving around town on my suspended license looking for my next fix. I found it and on the way home got arrested. I bonded out of jail the next day and proceeded to spend the next night drowning my problems in drugs again. I woke up the next morning and felt like I had been run over by 5 trucks. I remember feeling so bad, that I was actually contemplating suicide. For the first time, I sat down and talked to my wife and begged that she help me. I told her “I do not know how to fix this, but I would do whatever I could to straighten out my life.” My wife and her mother took me to the hospital where they referred me for detox. My wife then discovered STEPS while I was in detox. When I got out of detox, I relapsed in a three day period, got signed up for an assessment, started treatment just following the assessment—Choices. I was also lucky enough to get started on Suboxone at the same time. In attending treatment and meetings faithfully, things just started to get better. I now have 13 months sober and I feel absolutely amazing. My wife couldn’t be happier. In the last 13 months I have gotten a valid driver’s license, a promotion at work, bills paid, children’s needs plus met, and my life back. I couldn’t ask for anything more."
The above is an excerpt from a true client story.
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STEPS at Liberty Center
104 Spink Street, Gault Liberty Center Wooster, Ohio 44691 Phone: 330-264-8498 FAX: 330-264-3777