If nothing is done about guns now, argues Don Decker of Holland, we will still be lamenting the government’s lack of action in 2038.
Rent assistance and money for utilities are the two most common needs.
The objective of a hospital should be to take care of those in need. ProMedica has proven its commitment to that mission.
Mass violence “cannot be stopped without a psychological understanding of how these incidents occur,” writes Robert Groh of Maumee.
Demand for entry-level workers trained in chemical dependency, psychiatry.
Students trained in the field for job where lives can hang in the balance.
The NFL needs to take head injuries seriously and put safety first, perhaps for the sake of ultimate financial survival.
Racing for Recovery programs can be viewed online, Facebook.
In northwest Ohio, 2016 marked the first time fentanyl overtook heroin in fatal overdoses.
Former ProMedica Hospice chaplain Gary Click writes about the hospital’s recent decision to sign a transfer agreement with abortion provider Capital Care Network.