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  • IPAC Hosts Facilitation Training Event

    IPAC hosted its Facilitation Training Event Wednesday, February 8 at the Nelsonville Public Library. Lead by Treva Williams and Becky Nesbitt, the training focused on teaching participants tools for being better leaders and group contributors. The day-long event featured interactive exercises that promoted different approaches and communication techniques for different goals or scenarios.The event was well-attended by regional professionals across the southeastern Ohio Appalachian region.

  • Conference, town hall to address opioid epidemic’s impact on region’s children, families

    IPAC, working collaboratively with community partners, will host a professional conference and community town hall focused on building supportive communities around children and families affected by the opioid crisis.Both the conference and town hall, titled No One Left Behind: Building Supportive Communities Around Children and Families Affected by the Opioid Crisis, are scheduled for Tuesday, April 18, at the Lodge at Hocking College in Nelsonville. Information on how to register for one or bo...

  • Several Programs Offered for Athens County Mothers

    The Athens City-County Health Department is teaming up with O'Bleness Hospital to offer free support to Athens County mothers. Registered nurses are available to visit mothers and their newborns at their homes free of charge.Nurses will conduct home visits to answer any questions mothers might have and provide information about safety, healthy development and community resources and support. Mothers will also receive a gift bag to get their babies off to a healthy start.Also offered by the A...

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