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Hope’s Place is a child advocacy center in Ashland, Kentucky, offering free services to survivors and non-offending family members impacted by child sexual abuse. They provide a safe atmosphere, lessen trauma and promote healing by maximizing services through a multi-disciplinary team approach. Listen to our interview with Executive Director, Lisa Phelps: To find our more, visit them on Facebook. Hope’s Place Child Advocacy 1100 Greenup Ave Ashland, KY 41101
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Listen to our Community Matters interview with Audrey Pitonak-Goff from the Greater Kanawha Valley Homeschool Expo:     More information about this event is available on Facebook.   ____________________________________________________
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Hillcrest-Bruce Mission is an outreach of the United Methodist Church in Ashland KY. They offer a wide range of services to meet people’s physical, educational, vocational, and spiritual needs. Their food pantry has been serving more and more people due to the rising cost of groceries, and they have had a record number of people signing up for help with Thanksgiving meals or Christmas presents. Listen to our Community Matters interview with Executive Director, Mike Maynard:     To find out more about Hillcrest-Bruce Mission and ways you can get involved, go to their webpage.   ____________________________________________________
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Jeremiah 38 Ministries – Drive-Thru Christmas Jeremiah 38 Ministries is an organization that sends missionaries overseas to deliver medical care and plant churches. They are partnering with over 150 actors and volunteers from 15 local churches, with the support of Quality Nursing Services, to put on a Drive-Thru Christmas program at the South Point, Ohio, Industrial Park on November 18th & 19th. Listen to our Community Matters Interview with Becky Bowling:   Find out more by searching for “Jeremiah 38 Ministries” and “Drive-Thru Christmas” on Facebook.
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention AFSP is working to advocate for greater access to mental health resources in the state of West Virginia, and to educate people about the signs that you or a loved one are in distress / in need of assistance. The Mid-Ohio Valley Out of the Darkness Walk to Prevent Suicide will take place on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at the Parkersburg City Park in Parkersburg, WV. Listen to our extended Community Matters Interview with Area Director of the West Virginia chapter of AFSP, Amanda Farley, along with co-chair of the Out of the Darkness Walk, Jackie Scott:   Learn more at afsp.org/wv. Note, in Kentucky and West Virginia, you can reach the Suicide Prevention Hotline by dialing 988.
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