Insights & Updates

Meridian Chosen As a Member of the Preferred Care Network

Meridian HealthCare is among the ten charter members of The Preferred Care Network, which was formed recently by the Mahoning County Mental Health and Recovery Board (MHRB). The network is composed exclusively of non-profit organizations funded by the Board that have demonstrated that they are qualified, caring and have the best …

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Support, Collaboration Key to Treating Addiction: Roundtable

On June 25th, the Business Journal held a roundtable discussion regarding addiction and recovery  in the Valley and brought together key members of the community including retired Judge Robert Milich; Carolyn Givens, Executive Director of Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers; State. Sen. Joe Schiavoni; Joe Caruso, CEO of Compass Family & …

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Meridian’s EAP Coordinator wins 2018 Hennessy Scholarship

Meridian’s Employee Assistant Program (EAP) Coordinator and Counselor, Natasha Cramer has won the prestigious 2018 Hennessy Scholarship, given out by the Employee Assistance Professionals Association.   The John J. “Jack” Hennessy Scholarship Fund is established in memory of and in tribute to former EAPA President and EACC Chair Jack Hennessy, in …

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Meridian HealthCare Awards 9th Annual Meridian Scholarship

Meridian HealthCare is pleased to award Mr. Dylan Wilkerson from Howland High School, Miss Ci’Asha Cross from Campbell High School, Miss Haley Ketchum from Niles High School, and Miss Karalyn Stickle of Sebring High School the 2018 Meridian Scholarship. Meridian created the Meridian Scholarship as a way to honor and …

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3rd Mahoning County opioid summit examines whether addiction is a choice

By Jordyn Grzelewski jgrzelewski@vindy.com PHOTO CREDIT: Vindicator Whether addiction is a choice or a disease was the focus of the third community opioid summit organized by the Mahoning County Juvenile Court and Mental Health and Recovery Board on Friday at Our Lady of Mount Carmel social hall. More than 150 were …

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