Helps people of all ages build self-esteem, develop positive coping skills and self-control. Mentoring, tutoring, programs to develop and nurture creative expression. 165 W. Fourth St., Chillicothe. (740) 773-4242
Medical, mental health, case management services to child victims of physical or sexual assault and their families. Prevention initiatives include classes for parents, children, and adults working or volunteering with children. 138 Marietta Road, Ste. E, Chillicothe. (740) 779-7431
Free playgroup with fabulous toy centers, crafts and story time, every Thursday in the Chillicothe Ross Public Libary from 10:00am to 12:00pm.
Frankfort Senior Citizens
Nutritional site facilities, companionship and socialization for seniors and physically challenged individuals. Socials, games, crafts, bingo. 31 Main St, Frankfort. (740) 998-6871
Faith-based free medical and dental clinic. 475 Western Ave. Suite A, Chillicothe, Ohio 45601 (740) 774-4606
Help veterans create career goals, identify barriers that are getting in the way and develop a career plan to overcome those barriers. Career Services include: Skills Training, Transportation Services, Health Services, Housing Services and Legal Services.
OSU Extension SNAP-ED
Provides the Cooking Matters program that United Way helps sponsor. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Education Program (SNAP-Ed) is a free nutrition education and obesity prevention program serving low-income adults and youth. It is funded by the Food Nutrition Service (FNS) branch of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). SNAP-Ed operates in 52 states and territories, and its focus audience is individuals and families eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as food stamps).(740) 702-3200
Provides outreach, shelter and victim support. Services include: 24-hr shelter and crisis line; domestic violence and substance abuse counseling; court advocacy and support; education programs. PO Box 1727, Chillicothe. (740) 775-5396
Helping the people of Ross County by reducing poverty and revitalizing families. United Way Supported programs include the Men's Homeless Shelter
and Solace of Ross County
. Ross County Community Action is an active member of the Hunger Coalition and the Ross County CASH Coalition, two United Way Community Impact programs (740) 702-7222
Food, shelter and utility assistance for low and moderate-income families in crisis; community center; latchkey and day camp programs; and residential camping for low-income children. 171 E. Fourth St., Chillicothe. (740) 774-2760
Provides short-term shelter and counseling for homeless women and children. Achieving self-sufficiency for the homeless is thee goal. (740) 774-1200
Volunteers mentor children, ages 7-14. Provides school-based mentoring programs, activities for ready-to-be-matched children, and substance abuse prevention education and training. 173 W. Second St., Chillicothe. (740) 773-2447
Wee Care Outreach
Through Walnut Street Methodist Church; Works with pregnant and parenting teens on parenting skills and education, with the goal of staying in school and graduating.
Provides programs for all ages including swimming, aquatic programs, pre-school and school-age childcare, health and wellness programs, gymnastics, recreation and sports leagues, handicapped swimming, and water safety classes for county fourth-graders. 100 Mill St., Chillicothe