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Huge Turn-Out at Manor House to Support Fight Against Heroin

Close to 150 people came together on August 25th to raise awareness for the fight against heroin and opiate addiction in our region.The evening included a powerful message that put a human face on the epidemic and underscored the call to action to collaborate and expand our efforts. We continue to work with top local partners in support of our mission.
Initiatives launched in 2016 include a Communications hub at heroinhopeline.org and increased access to providers with follow-up through case management in Butler, Warren and Clinton Counties. We are also very excited to work on a Transitional House in 2017 for those in recovery, as well as partner in an education initiative to reach students in our local schools.
The next gala is slated for late February or early March 2017, so stay tuned for more information and details (and see our Heroin HopeLine Facebook page). We expect the event to be equally if not more successful than our 2015 event, in which close to 800 people came out to Crossroads Mason and more than $250,000 was raised in support of this urgent cause.  READ MORE AND VIEW PHOTOS >





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OneCity has transitioned to a modified role in our city, bringing churches and provider partners together, advocating broadly for collaboration and excellence, and raising funds for CityLink and related programs, OneCity Against Heroin, and other local non-profit organizations.

CityLink is going strong! Life change is happening and hundreds have been served and trained at CityLink Center,an integrated resource center to help our working poor move toward hope and self-sufficiency. 

CityLink offers education, employment, legal and health services such as medical, dental and vision care as well as skill development services to holistically support participants with a total life plan.

For more information, please go to www.citylinkcenter.org or to our program link on this website.


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