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Ripple effects of domestic violence in infant and maternal health

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and it is imperative to understand this public health issue in the United States and Ohio. According to the United Nations (UN), domestic abuse, also known as domestic violence or intimate partner violence (IPV), is “a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or...

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HHS Levies and Issues on November 8th: A Primer

As the November midterm election draws near, 48 county-wide Health and Human Service (HHS) levies will appear on the ballot in 38 Ohio counties. The HHS levies for this midterm election have a vast area of application, spanning over 10 areas of services including mental health and addiction recovery, senior services, public health, developmental disabilities,...

case for PACE Lorain
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A Compelling Case for PACE: Lorain County

By: John Corlett, President and Executive Director Emily Muttillo, Director of Research, Williamson Family Fellow for Applied Research Programs for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) delivers coordinated care outside of an institution for those requiring a high level of medical and social care to maintain independence. An interdisciplinary team of professionals coordinates the care...

Improving Infant, Maternal and Adolescent Health: October 21 Celebration Forum
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Improving Infant, Maternal and Adolescent Health: October 21 Celebration Forum

Maternal and infant health is a Community Solutions priority that we spend a lot of time researching and exploring, especially in the past year. The result is always the same: significant disparities exist for mothers, babies, and families: and there are steps that Ohio could take to make improvements. For example, Ohio recently took advantage...

Some surprising stats for Hispanic Heritage Month
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Some surprising stats for Hispanic Heritage Month

In 2021, Ohio’s Hispanic and Latinx population reached over a half-million people, joining 21 other states. The number of people of Hispanic heritage has risen steadily over the last decade, growing more than 40 percent since 2010. People of Hispanic Heritage live in every corner of Ohio. According to the latest data available from the...

Applications for Advocacy Grants to Community-Based Nonprofits Open Until November 10
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Applications for Advocacy Grants to Community-Based Nonprofits Open Until November 10

The Center for Community Solutions and Greater Cleveland American Rescue Plan Coalition (GCARP Coalition) invites applications from non-profits that plan to engage in advocacy work related to pandemic recovery in Greater Cleveland. Grants will be up to $5,000, and the first round of awards will be made in Fall, 2022. Applications are due by 5:00pm...