Community Resources

911

Richland County Emergency

211

First Call
(Information Line)

Emergency Assistance

Crisis, Food, Housing, Clothing etc.

All numbers begin with area code 419 unless noted

 

American Red Cross

524-0311

Catholic Charities

524-0733

Crisis Help Line

522-HELP (4357)

Community Action Program/HEAP

866-861-6360

First Call of Richland County (Info Line)

2-1-1 or 522-INFO (4636)

Richland County Dept. of Job & Family Services

774-5400

Salvation Army 

525-2912

Shelby Helpline Ministries/Salvation Army

347-6307

Volunteers of America

525-4589

General Medical

All numbers begin with area code 419 unless noted

 

Birth & Death Certificates

419-774-4500

Catalyst Life Services (formerly Rehab Center)

 756-1133 

Community Health Workers (formerly CHAP) 

525-2555

Richland Public Health Clinic

774-4700

Richland Public Health-Immunizations

774-4700

Richland Public Health-HIV Testing & STD Treatment

774-4700

OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital, (formerly MedCentral) 

526-8000

OhioHealth Mansfield Rapid Response

526-8111

OhioHealth Mansfield

800-222-1222

Shelby City Health Department

342-5226

Shelby Home & Public Health

342-6366

Third Street Family Health Services

522-6191

Third Street Family Health Services Dental Clinic

522-1939

Abuse & Assult

All numbers begin with area code 419 unless noted

 

Adult Protective Services

774-5473

OSU
Extension

774-4100

Dove Program, Forensic Center

774-5970

Domestic Violence Shelter/Rape Crisis Hotline (24 hours)

800-931-SAFE 
774-5840

Rape Crisis Hotline (Ashland Co.)

800-656-HOPE

Victim Assistance Program

755-9667

Child Health

All numbers begin with area code 419 unless noted

 

Child Care Resource and Referral (YWCA)

775-5179

Child Passenger Car Seat Program

774-4500 

Department of Jobs & Family Services

774-5400

Help Me Grow!

524-2660

Newborn Home Visits (Richland Public Health)

774-4540

Immunization Schedule HOT LINE

 774-8115

Parent Aid Program

524-9333

Vision Aid (United Way)

525-2816

WIC (Food Supplement Program) 

774-4560

Counseling/Mental Health

All numbers begin with area code 419 unless noted

 

Children Services

774-4100

Family Life Counseling & Psychiatric Services

774-9969

Foundations for Living

589-5511 

Gateway 

756-1133

Richland Newope (MR/DD)

774-4200

Mental Health & Recovery Services 

774-5811

NAMI Local chapter – National Alliance on Mental Illness 

522-6264

Catalyst (The Center)

756-1717

Suicide/Crisis HelpLine 

522-4357

Education

City of Mansfield Regional Community Advancement

524-2626

Ohio Heartland Head Start

589-3337

Madison Schools – Adult Career Center

589-6363

Mansfield City Schools – Adult Education

525-6380

Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center

774-5520

MR/DD Newhope School/Early Childhood Center

774-4277

North Central State College

755-4800

NCO State Support, Region 7

747-4808

Ohio State University-Mansfield 

755-4011

OSU Extension, Richland County

747-8755

Pioneer Career & Technology Center

347-7744

Employment Services

Ocie Hill Neighborhood Center

524-2626

Ohio Means Jobs (One Stop Employment & Training) 

774-5300

Unemployment Compensation Consumer Hotline 

877-644-6562

Pregnancy & Women’s Health

CCP (Breast & Cervical Cancer) Central Region

866-418-4963

Mansfield Cancer Foundation/Pat Kracker Fund

544-5395

Newborn Home Visits (Richland Public Health)

774-4540 

Planned Parenthood of North East Ohio

525-3075

Richland Pregnancy Services

522-8862

Third Street OB/GYN (Cornerstone) 

522-6800

Women’s Care

756-6000

Financial Resources

Catholic Charities

524-0733 

Child Support Enforcement Agency

774-5700

Consumer Credit Counseling 

524-2962

Social Security Administration

888-491-1882

Housing

Dayspring-Richland County Home

774-5894

Harmony House

522-2283

Metro Housing

524-0029

Office of Community Development/Fair Housing

755-9796

Law Enforcement

Mansfield City Police Department

522-1234

Richland County Sheriff’s Department

774-5881

Ohio State Highway Patrol – Mansfield Branch

756-2222

Legal/Other

Easter Seals

888-325-8532
Ext. 100 for speech/language

Legal Aid 

877-223-4633

Recreation/Other

Boy Scouts Boy Scouts 

207-8300

Girl Scouts

522-0391

Friendly House

522-0521

Mansfield Area Y 

522-3511

Mansfield-Richland Co. Library Main Branch 

521-3100

United Way

525-2816

Senior Services

Alzheimer’s Association

522-5050

Area Agency on Aging/Passport

524-4144

BCCP Central Region number

866 418-4963

Retired Senior Volunteer Program

740-590-5560

Substance Abuse

Alcoholics Anonymous Hotline

522-4800

CACY (Community Action for Capable Youth)

774-5683

Community Safety Hotline 419-52-CRIME 

522-7463

New Beginnings Recovery Services

526-6190

Catalyst (The Center)

756-1717

UMADAOP

525-3525

Transportation

Agency Transportation Advisory Committee

774-6396

Department of Jobs and Family Services
(Medicaid and income eligibile)

774-5470

Richland County Transit

522-4504

State and National Hotlines

AIDS Hotline (Ohio

800-332-2437

ACS Cancer Hotline

800-227-2345

Anonymous Tips for Law Enforcement

800-589-DARE

BCCP (Breast & Cervical Cancer Assistance – ODH)

844-430-2227

Boys Town Runaway Hotline (24 hours)

800-448-3000

Cancer Information Service

800-4-CANCER

Child Abuse Hotline (24 hours) 

800-422-4453

Help Me Grow 

800-755-GROW

Human Trafficking National Hotline

888-373-7888

Ohio Medicaid Hotline

800-324-8680

SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)

800-477-SIDS

Ohio Tobacco Quit Line

800-QuitNow

Health & Community Links

Useful health information at locations outside this website. All sites on this page will be approved by staff internally. Please note: Clicking the links will take you OFF this Richland Public Health page.

The American Public Health Association (APHA) has created a page devoted to helping Americans prepare themselves, their families and their communities for all disasters and hazards, including pandemic flu, infectious diseases, natural disasters and other emergencies. There is a lot of good information, podcasts, questions and answers, and downloadable flyers and posters for use by the public, the media, and professionals. Check it out here: www.getreadyforflu.org/newsite.htm (note: the URL is odd because it’s NOT just about the flu)

Ready.gov: Do you have a plan in case of a disaster?
The government is asking citizens to have a plan, prepare and stay informed in case of an emergency. Check it out here: www.ready.gov

 

Safety Recall Links

Recalls.gov

 Use the tabs and follow the links to find the category you need (includes recalls of food, consumer products, children’s toys, child car seats, automotive, medicine, environmental products and more).

Consumer Dangers

Consumer Dangers is dedicated to keeping the public informed about consumer dangers and safety issues associated with numerous products that can cause the public serious harm. This website is continuously updated with breaking news from Government agencies, Watchdog Groups, and concerned citizens regarding product recalls and drug (medication) safety.

Consumer Safety

ConsumerSafety.org strives to make information about recalls and safety-related news about drugs, medical devices, food, and consumer products accessible to everyone in a transparent, easily understandable way.

Drug Center

Drug Center delivers the latest information on drug and device recalls, consumer safety communications, and pharmaceutical research studies.

Emergency Preparedness Links

Ready.gov

The name tells you to plan, prepare and stay informed.

American Public Health Association. Get ready for Flu.

More than just Flu: Fact sheets on emergencies.

 

CPR and First Aid

Online firts aid instructional course offered by the American Academy of CPR and First Aid.

Enviornmental Health Links

Ohio EPA Customer Support Center

You can search our entire catalog of resources, or can search by specific category (FAQs, publications, training materials).

 

Parenting Links

Health Communication Specialists offer clear, concise, up-to-date information and referrals to the public through hotline and email services. The service works with the general public, public health professionals, and emergency response teams. Service is available for English and Spanish speakers and for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 8am-11pm(ET) and Sat-Sun 10am-8pm. (ET)
Toll-free numbers: English 1-888-246-2675 and Spanish 1-888-246-2857 and TTY 1-866-874-2646
Email: cdcresponse@ashastd.org.

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