WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT DOING BUSINESS IN OHIO?
The People! In Ohio the people are authentic and willing to help. Doing the work we do can be difficult. We see some terrible things, but it is the spirit of those we help and those who help us that makes this the best place to fulfil our mission.
DESCRIPTION OF BUSINESS:
The Woodlands is a private, non-profit organization that provides comprehensive prevention, education, and treatment services to residents of Licking County and surrounding counties. Since 1965, The Woodlands has provided quality professional services to those in need, regardless of their ability to pay. They are a dynamic organization that serves to address the diverse needs of individuals and families in their community.
The Woodlands is organized into three distinct direct service departments. The outpatient department provides skilled mental health therapy and psychiatric medication assistance to address a variety of challenges. All therapists are specially trained in trauma-based interventions. Their outreach department provides educational programs to develop knowledge and skills in specific areas for adults, youth and families. The team teaches dating violence prevention, co-parenting after divorce and batterer’s intervention.
Finally, established in 1983, The Center for New Beginnings is Licking County’s domestic violence shelter. They are the first built for purpose domestic violence shelter in the state! In addition to providing the basic needs of food and shelter, the staff provides comprehensive services and support to their residents. These include: Case Management, Victim Advocacy, Child Advocacy, and Individual and Group Trauma Therapy.
||195 Union Street, Suite B-1, Newark, Ohio 43055, Licking County
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||Non-profit, Community Mental Health and Domestic Violence Services
Mental Health Treatment, Domestic Violence Crisis Services, Intervention Classes for Domestic Violence, Teen Dating Violence, and Parenting after Divorce
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