Greenleaf provides mental health and substance abuse prevention programs as well as support and advocacy programs for pregnant moms, deaf and hard of hearing individuals, and parents of children with special needs.
COVID-19 Updates: Our Adolescent Suicide Prevention Program (ASPP) is unable to offer classroom services but we are working to develop plans to continue educating and supporting area youth. Please contact Daniel Bennett at (330) 376-9494, ext. 211 with questions or ideas.
Our PEERS Parent Advocates are continuing to support families by phone and in community meetings through teleconference. If you need PEERS services, please contact April Brewer, Director of Prevention and Community Services at (330) 376-9494, ext.221.
Our Moms and Babies First Program cannot offer face to face home visits to our clients until further notice pursuant to an order from the State Department of Health. Our clients will have full access to their Community Health Worker (CHW) via telephone (cell phone included), email, and Face Time. We are still accepting agency referrals and new clients. We are working to ensure the safety and health of our families during this difficult time. If for some reason you are unable to reach your CHW, please call Michelle Watkins, Program Director at (330)-606-2043. For referrals to the Moms and Babies First Program, please go to HMGreferrals@helpmegrow.org or call 330-376-9494 ext. 232.
- Adolescent Suicide Prevention
- Moms & Babies First
- Celebrating Families!
- Strengthening Families
- Community Services for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing