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Northern Ohioans for Budget Legislation Equality urges involvement in state budget process

Northern Ohioans for Budget Legislation Equality urges involvement in state budget process (Plain Press, June 2019)     The state budget has an impact on all of us. It provides funding for public education, for building and repairing roads and bridges, health coverage to low-income families, and assistance to local governments which can be used for public safety … Continue reading

Neighborhood Family Practice offers Pregnancy Care and Pregnancy Centering programs

Mental Health Awareness Month

Medicaid expansion recipients in danger of losing coverage

Medicaid expansion recipients in danger of losing coverage (Plain Press, April 2019)    Northern Ohioans for Budget Legislation Equality (NOBLE) urges action on Ohio Senate bills that would undermine Medicaid expansion. In late April of 2018, The Ohio Department of Medicaid submitted a request to the federal government to create work requirements for those covered … Continue reading

Sheriff’s deputies commended for saving son’s life

To the Editor: (Plain Press, March 2019)I am writing in regards to the Sheriff’s deputies, who saved my son’s life, Brian N. He overdosed in the basement of my home. The deputies recognized this, and they transported my son to the hospital before going to county jail. I feel with all the negative publicity; this … Continue reading

CLASH begins to collect signatures for ballot initiative to make rental housing lead safe

(Plain Press, March 2019)Cleveland Lead Safe Advocates for Safe Housing (CLASH) announced they are prepared to gather signatures to place a proposed Lead Safe Housing initiative on the November ballot. The announcement came as part of a February 4thPress Conference held by CLASH member organizations at the office of Organize! Ohio. The group released a … Continue reading

MetroHealth Season to Celebrate

Neighborhood Family Practice’s Kids Cooking Class

It’s Medicare open enrollment season: Here’s what you need to know

by Janet Trautwein (Plain Press, November 2018) Medicare’s Annual Election Period is here. Seniors are choosing their Medicare plans for 2019. They’ll have to make their selections by December 7 for coverage that takes effect January 1. The enrollment process will be different than previous years. This time, seniors will have the chance to “test-drive” … Continue reading

Hispanic Alliance and NOAHH team up for Community Walk Against Cancer

by Chuck Hoven (Plain Press, October 2018)           Seventy people gathered at the Hispanic Alliance office on W. 25thand Clark for a Community Walk Against Cancer on September 8th. Walkers were greeted in the parking lot by Lakeland Community College Sophomore volunteers Laura Bertran, Juan Gutierrez and Eva Tevvones.    The Community Walk Against Cancer, a project of … Continue reading

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