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Medina Gazette: Addiction services detail pandemic struggles, triumphs

A group of people wearing masks during the COVID pandemic receiving addiction servicesRecovery centers and programs have faced difficult circumstances throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. At the Recovery Center of Medina County, things are slowly getting back on track by continuing their partnership with Serenite Restaurant & Culinary Institute.

Also, OhioGuidestone will be providing treatment for residents of a new women’s recovery house in Medina County that is scheduled to open in April.

Find out more about the project from the Medina Gazette.

Medina Gazette: Explaining A Pandemic To Preschoolers

Explaining to preschoolers changes brought on by a pandemic can be a difficult task, but the OhioGuidestone staff is hoping a pair of friendly faces can help ease young anxieties.

To read the article from the The Medina Gazette, click here.

OhioGuidestone Awarded Grant for Medina County Recovery Facility for Women

The Medina County Women’s Endowment Fund of Akron Community Foundation recently awarded $23,508 in grants to eight local nonprofit organizations that improve the lives of Medina County’s women and children. The OhioGuidestone-run Medina County recovery center for women was among the grant recipients.

Read the full article at Akron Community Foundation.

Medina County Women’s Endowment Fund awards record $23,508 in annual grants to nonprofits serving women, children

A special thank you to the Medina County Women’s Endowment Fund for awarding OhioGuidestone with an impact grant of $2,500 to help build an outdoor play area for children visiting family members at the Medina County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board’s new recovery housing facility for women.

To read the full article, click here.

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