Senior and Youth

 

Senior Resources

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Youth and Family

 

Abigail Pregnancy Services:

3900 Laylin Rd, Norwalk 419-668-9500 (Open M / W / F) 10am-4pm

124 W Maple St. Willard 419-951-6109 (Open T / Th) 10am-4pm abigailpregnancyservices.org

Free confidential pregnancy related services. Clothes, food, baby items, ultrasound, parenting classes, budgeting, and free rides.   

 

Boy Scouts:

Lake Erie Council 2241 Woodland Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 216. 861.6060 beascout.scouting.org

                                         

Child Care Resource Center:  

5350 Oberlin Ave #2, Lorain 440.242.0413 Huron City 440.242.0413 www.ccrcinc.com

Free resource and referral services to assist families in finding childcare and children with developmental  issues in 5 county area-Online Childcare Finder.

 

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Huron County:

Norwalk: 2 East Main Street, 419-663-2525 ext 2  Volunteer advocates for abused, dependent & neglected children in the court system. https://hcjpc.com/casa.php.

 

EHOVE Teen & Adult Career Center:

316 West Mason Rd. Milan,  419-499-4663  OR  866-256-9707 www.ehove.net

Vocational career education and career placement services with summer science camp for children.

 

Fueling Youth With Resources & Education F.Y.R.E:

185 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk 419.668.8126 www.huroncountydjfs.com/fyre 

Ages 14-24 Workforce Development Program for Youth and Young Adults.

  • Work Experience
  • Driver’s Licenses Fees/Test
  • Adult Mentoring
  • Counseling Services
  • Car Insurance Assistance
  • Rent/Utility Assistance
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Tutoring/Education
  • Skills or Entrepreneurial Training
  • Financial Literacy Budgeting

 

Girl Scouts of North East Ohio:

One Girl Scout Way, Macedonia:1.800-852-4474 www.gsneo.org Programs to help young girls develop their full individual potential.

 

Head Start - Community Action Commission:

Norwalk Centers 11 East League Street, 419.663.2623 or 92 North Prospect Street, 419.668.9823. Willard Center 313 Crestwood, 419.935.6481   http://www.cacehr.org/head-start.html  A free pre-school program that serves families with children between ages of three and five. Eligibility for the program is based on income and other federal and state guidelines and policies.

 

Hola:

12 Benedict Avenue, Apartment B (Upstairs), Norwalk 567.743.9673  www.holatoday.org/norwalk-office/

  • Case management
  • Free, mobile medical and dental clinics
  • Prescription assistance
  • One-on-one citizenship preparation
  • Transportation to court and medical appointments

 

Huron County Board of Developmental Disabilities:

306 South Norwalk Rd. W. 419-668-8840  www.hurondd.org   Provide services and supports to people with developmental disabilities throughout their lives, including Early Intervention and school-aged services, job development, community connections, recreation and residential support.

 

Huron County Child Abuse Hotline:

419-668-5281 -  Anonymous 1.855.642.4453

 

Huron County Family & Children First Council:

185 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk 419-668-8126 ext. 3336

Helps families seeking government services by streamlining and coordinating services, resources, and systems.

 

Huron County Help Me Grow Home Visiting:

306 S Norwalk Rd W, Norwalk. 419-663-4769 or 877-663-GROW www.ohiohelpmegrow.org  Health & developmental services for expectant parents, newborns & toddlers to three years of age.

 

Huron County Job & Family Services:

185 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk  419-668-8126  www.huroncountydjfs.org

Children’s Services, Family Support Services, FYRE, Adult Services, Child Support, and Employment.

 

Huron County Public Health: (HCPH)

28 Executive Drive, Norwalk 419-668-1652 www.huroncohealth.com

221 East Walton Street, Willard

3000 Seneca Industrial Parkway

Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps, children, adult, & travel vaccines, and  car seat safety program.

 

Huron County Victim Assistance Program:

Norwalk: 12 East Main St (4th floor) 419-663-3839  www.huroncountyprosecutorsoffice.com

Free assistance & court advocacy services for victims of crime.

 

InVest In Youth, Inc: (IVY)

21 North Hester Street, Norwalk 567.743.9122 www.norwalkivy.com Providing programs and resources to vulnerable children and their foster, adoptive, and kinship placement families. 

 

KinderCasa Pre-School:

77 State Street, Norwalk 419-668-8480  www.kindercasa.org  Provides a free, developmentally appropriate preschool with an emphasis on learning to understand and speak English, kindergarten readiness skills.

 

Norwalk Childcare Center, Inc.:

120 Shady Lane, Norwalk 419-668-8387  Provide affordable childcare for parents who are working/attending school regardless of their income.

 

Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCECD):

165 W. Center St., Suite 302, Marion 740-382–5452 www.ocecd.org  Helps families of children with special needs with the special education process.

 

Ohio State University Extension:

180 Milan Ave, Norwalk 419-668-8219 www.huron.osu.edu  Programs in agriculture & natural resources, family & consumer sciences, 4-H youth & community development.

 

Piggyback Foundation:

P.O. Box 436, Norwalk 419-577-1932 www.thepiggybackfoundation.org  Assistance to help meet the needs of children & their families facing a serious illness.

 

Reach Our Youth:

2 East Main Street, Norwalk 419-663-2525 ext. 1 www.reachouryouth.org  A mentoring program that matches volunteers with youth (ages 6-18) in a one-to-one relationship with an adult mentor.

 

Women Infant and Children WIC-Huron County Health Department:

185 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk  419-668-6855  Nutrition education, breast feeding education & support, supplemental foods, and referrals.

 

 

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