2 Programs and Services Ombudsman Program - Assistance to clients receiving or needing services for mental health or addiction. Helps clients who are having trouble accessing services (or their family members), have a complaint with services, or need help coordinating their treatment. Pro Bono Counseling Program - Links licensed mental health professionals in the community with those who need but cannot afford mental health care. Partners in Integrated Care - As part of the Pro Bono Counseling Program, this MEDTAPP funded program is in partnership with The OSU of Social Work. MHAFC staff supervise students providing behavioral health services to patients in a primary healthcare setting. Perinatal Outreach and Encouragement for Moms (POEM) - Peer support for moms experiencing pregnancy-pospartum depression and related disorders. Services include: support line, mentor program, and information and referral. Get Connected - 10-week class for people with severe mental illness educating them on improving their overall physical health. Workplace and Community Programs - Conferences and onsite workshops for mental health professionals and community education programs for the general public and workplace programs. Speakers available. Literature on mental health/mental illness subjects. Families In Touch - Support groups for families and friends of adults with mental illness. Schizophrenics Anonymous Support Groups Depression Support Groups Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Support Group Pregnancy & Postpartum Support Group Online & In-Person Mental Health Screenings
3 Winter 2014 Dear Franklin County Resident, Finding your way through the large network of mental health and recovery services available in Franklin County can be confusing and overwhelming. In producing this directory, Mental Health America of Franklin County (MHAFC) hopes to minimize this confusion so that you can get the help that you need. The Mental Health and Recovery Services Directory includes services operated by organizations in Franklin County. These services are usually offered on a sliding-fee scale, based on your ability to pay. We are excited to announce that this publication now includes the Caring for 2 Maternal Depression Care Provider Directory, managed by our POEM Program (Perinatal Outreach & Encouragement for Moms). The practitioners listed in this section provide counseling or other services for pregnant and new mothers dealing with mental health issues. The information in each entry is accurate to the best of our knowledge, although changes may occur over the years the directory is in use. We suggest that you call an agency if you have questions about their services. This complete directory and all updates will be Sincerely, Laura Moskow Sigal Executive Director
4 Emergency Hotline Numbers American Red Cross (Disaster) Child Abuse Hotline (to report abuse) Central Ohio Poison Center HandsOn Central Ohio Hour Information and Referral Line Huckleberry House Teen Crisis Center Ohio s Mental Health SIDS Network of Ohio Suicide Hotline* Teen Suicide Hotline* Senior Hotline* *Listing found under North Central Mental Health Services
5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Agency Listings (Alphabetical) Page 7 Mental Health & Alcohol and Drug Services outside Franklin County Page 48 Mental Health America of Ohio Page 49 Cross Reference Index Page 50 Maternal Mental Health Care Provider Directory Page 73 History of the Mental Health Bell The Mental Health Bell, recognized around the nation as the symbol of the mental health movement, is one of the most distinguished bells in the world. Cast in 1953 from the shackles and chains that once restrained people in psychiatric hospitals, the bell is a dramatic symbol of hope, vision and liberty for Americans with mental illness. Today the Mental Health Bell rings as a reminder that the more insidious chains of stigma and discrimination still bind people with mental illness. Health America s continued leadership in pursuing the vision described by the bell s inscription: Cast from the shackles which bound them, this bell shall ring out hope for the mentally ill and victory over mental illness.
6 Ombudsman Program If you are a client or family member who receives mental health or alcohol/drug services or if you are in need of help, we offer the services of an Ombudsman. The Ombudsman helps both mental services they are receiving. Over 84% of Ombudsman clients report that the Ombudsman helped them on their road to recovery. The Ombudsman can act as an advocate for clients in the following areas: solution Supplying information about and referral to community resources Helping clients navigate the system, especially when they are receiving services from more than one agency Coaching and teaching clients how to best work with service providers The Ombudsman assists clients in resolving their concerns by working with agency staff where the client receives services. otherwise. NOTE: Effective Oct. 2013, MHAFC has a new part-time Ombudsman, located at the Center of Vocational Alternatives (COVA).
7 Pro Bono Counseling Program FREE Family, Individual, and Marital Counseling Services If you or someone you know are: depressed, anxious grieving over a loved one in a troubled relationship a witness of a crime a family member needing support overwhelmed with a diagnosis of a major physical illness struggling with kids acting out facing problems at work If you re ready...we d like to help. The Pro Bono Counseling Program: serves families and individuals throughout Franklin County received referrals for individuals and families requesting mental health counseling links individuals and families with volunteer therapists who will provide free mental heath care Clients meeting criteria include individuals who are: uninsured underinsured - those with insurance, however mental health may not be covered, or deductible and/or co-pay is not affordable for the client to use unable to receive public or private help unable to pay minimum sliding-fee scales mhafc.org or call for more information (PBCP)
8 All listings in the directory have been categorized by their County has been divided into 5 divisions: Northwest (NW), Northeast (NE), Southeast (SE), Southwest (SW) and Downtown (D). The guidelines for determining location are as follows: The location of each agency will be listed in italics at the end of the description. Assume the agency is located in the city of Columbus unless another city is listed. Mental Health Websites Mental Health America of Franklin County NAMI National Institute of Mental Health Medication-related site Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Anxiety Disorders Assn. of America Mental Health Screenings Mental Health America
9 Agency Listings All Listings are alphabetical Access Ohio Mental Health Center of Excellence 99 N. Brice Rd., Suite 360, Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Committed to the provision of a medical treatment model to address all aspects of mental illness. Physician-led, multi-disciplinary treatment team to deliver client services to adults and children in order to maximize the individual s ability to achieve successful lifelong recovery. Medicaid clients only. Access Ohio North Location 8100 Ravines Edge Ct., Suite 200, Columbus, OH (Phone) Medicaid clients only. No sliding-fee scale. Action for Children 78 Jefferson Ave. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Child care and early learning resource and referral; parenting programs; information, education and employment services for early childhood professionals; home child care provider recruitment and registration; employer programs. Adult AD/HD Support Group of Central Ohio (Phone), Website: Open to anyone over the age of 18 who wants to learn more about ADD, AD/HD, LISW-S, for details, or go to meetup.com. Advocacy and Protective Services (Phone), (Fax), Website: Provides guardianships, conservatorships, trusteeships and protectorships for individuals with developmental disabilities. Speakers available regarding guardianships. Call or visit the website with any questions regarding guardianships. African American Alzheimer s and Wellness Association 112 Jefferson Ave. Suite 16, Columbus, OH (Phone), Website: Health education and support services. Includes health screenings and workshops.
10 Africentric Personal Development Shop 1409 E. Livingston Ave. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Provides services for personal, family and community development. Programs are designed to prevent, treat, and eliminate substance abuse and family violence, and to nurture and encourage youth to understand the importance of personal development, with a strong emphasis on academic achievement. AIDS Resource Center Ohio 4400 N. High St., Suite 300 Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), (Pharmacy) Website: arcohio.org Prevention/education, HIV testing and counseling; case management services for people living with HIV/AIDS; Emergency Assistance Program; linkage to care, medical referrals; support groups; outpatient mental health treatment; substance abuse treatment; advocacy. Al-Anon & Alateen of Central Ohio 1415 E. Dublin-Granville Rd., Suite 107, Columbus, OH (Phone), Website: coagf.org Programs and meetings directed at helping the family and friends of alcoholics, including Alateen (ages 9-18); Al-Anon (18 years and older); and Al-Anon Adult Children (for Adult Children of Alcoholics). Alcohol and Drug Awareness Educational Series 557 Tansy Ln. Westerville, OH (mailing only) Riverside Hospital, 3535 Olentangy River Rd., Susan Edwards Auditorium, Columbus, OH (service address) (Phone), Three-week educational program about alcohol and drug abuse and recovery fee; open to the public; 9 am to noon on Saturdays. Call or for scheduled dates. Held at Riverside Hospital; call for details. Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board of Franklin County 447 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) Website: ADAMH is Franklin County s authority for planning, funding and evaluating mental health, alcohol and drug abuse prevention and treatment services. ADAMH- providers and offered on a sliding-fee scale, making them affordable for any county resident, regardless of income.
11 Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board of Franklin County (con t) Consumer and Family Advocacy Council (CFAC) (Phone), (Fax) CFAC is a voluntary group of individuals who are either recovering from mental illness or drug and alcohol addiction themselves, or have family members who are. The Council provides a network of individuals for advocacy, support to families, and advice to the ADAMH staff and Board of Trustees. Formed in 1997, the Council serves as an important sounding board for the ADAMH Board and for its service providers, as well as an educator in the community on mental health and substance abuse issues. For more information, visit Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 100 W. Third Ave., Suite B Columbus, OH (Phone), (Toll-free) Programs and meetings for men and women with alcohol issues. Alvis House (Intake department), (Fax), Website: Alvis House provides programs and services for men, women, and young adults who have become involved in the criminal justice system; as well as supportive services and linkages for their families. Services include residential (housing), case management, employment assistance, mental health counseling, substance abuse counseling and education, cognitive programming, referrals to community resources, and life skills education. Operates several specialized programs for individuals under criminal justice supervision, such as veterans; individuals diagnosed with co-occurring disorders; and individuals with DD. Correctionsbased services are free for those placed/referred by the courts and/or correctional institutions. DD services provided through the use of waivers. Alzheimer s Association, Central Ohio Chapter 1379 Dublin Rd. Columbus, OH (Toll Free), (Phone), (Fax), Website: Community-based support system for families and loved ones in Franklin and surrounding counties facing Alzheimer s disease and other dementia. Services include: 24-hour help line staffed by a professional; Medic-Alert and safe return for wanderers; family support groups; Caregiver support program offering home safety evaluations, long-term planning and support; a multimedia reference library; monthly educational lectures.
12 American Red Cross 995 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Health & Safety), (Military/Veterans) (Disaster), (Fax) Website: Military, Veterans, and Community Services: assistance to active military personnel, veterans and their families. This includes: crisis intervention; services include communication in times of disaster in the USA; location of families separated due to war or natural disasters internationally, including Holocaust survivors; blood donor services; health/safety education; disaster relief assistance including disaster mental health services. Amethyst, Inc. 455 E. Mound St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Fosters a culture of recovery, empowering women and families in a safe, sober community. Primarily serves low-income or homeless women ages 18 and older who are recovering from alcohol and drug addiction and who may or may not have dependent children. Residential services including permanent housing; intensive case management; counseling for trauma including: physical, emotional and sexual abuse; family counseling; parenting education; career guidance transportation; programming for children of residents and support services for individuals and families. Also offers outpatient services which are gender informed and trauma sensitive through the S.T.A.R. Program (Safety, Treatment And Recovery). Asian American Community Services 4700 Reed Rd., Suite B, Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: and project-based organization that has been serving the diverse and ever- interpretation services; English as a second language classes; citizenship classes; program; smoking prevention education program; family violence prevention program, mentoring/tutoring programs; leadership development program; parenting skills; drug and violence prevention programs. Autism Society of Ohio 470 Glenmont Ave. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Information, education, support and referrals for families of individuals with autism and interested professionals. Call for information.
13 Bereavement Support Group Wexner Heritage House, 1151 College Ave., Columbus, OH (Phone), Sponsored by Jewish Community Hospice; a monthly support group for those coping with the loss of a loved one. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of Bipolar Anonymous Support Group (Phone) Weekly support group for persons with bipolar illness. Meets every Thursday at the Maple Grove United Methodist Church, 7 W. Henderson Rd., 7 pm. Enter though the doors off of the parking lot. Bipolar Bears 1221 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH (Phone) Weekly support group for persons with bipolar disorder and their support network 8pm. Brain Injury Association of Ohio P.O. Box 21325, Columbus, OH (Phone), (Toll free), (Fax) Website: An information and referral source for Ohio residents with brain injury, families, professionals and other interested persons. Provides referral to support groups throughout Ohio. Provides Ohio legislative and services information. Buckeye Ranch 5665 Hoover Rd. Grove City, OH (Phone), (Toll free), (Fax) Website: Continuum of mental, emotional and behavioral health care serving youth (boys and girls) ages in open and secure residential settings. Intensive Care Center provides secure residential treatment for severely emotionally disturbed youth. Other services include: crisis intervention; treatment for dually diagnosed youth; Juvenile sex offender treatment for males; diagnostic assessment; family therapy; independent living services. Buckeye Ranch Centralized Admissions 697 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) Centralized Admissions Department for Residential and Communitybased Programs.
14 Buckeye Ranch (con t) The Buckeye Ranch Group Counseling 697 E. Broad Street, Columbus, OH W. Broad Street, Columbus, OH Hoover Road, Grove City, OH *Open to youth 13 to 17 years old. Dinner provided and incentives rewarded for consistent attendance and participation. Several groups offered which address various treatment areas, such as anger management, social skills, trauma, LGBTQ, guardian/care-giver support, etc. Youth to participate in a Diagnostic Assessment after referral. Accepts youth with or without Medicaid. The Bonner Academy at Cross Creek (Day Treatment Program) 2865 West Broad Street, Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) In collaboration with the Franklin County Educational Service Center, helps youth who are struggling in traditional school settings achieve success. Offers an enriching academic setting, while addressing the student s mental health and behavioral barriers to learning. Research supports increases success when mental health services provided in an integrated manner with education. Specialized, dedicated staff and teachers reach children at a crucial time in their development and help redirect the course of their lives. The Bonner Academy at Rosemont (Day Treatment Program) 2440 Dawnlight Avenue, Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) Operates a non-public charter school for elementary school students struggling with behavioral and emotional issues resulting in barriers to academic progress, risk for legal or child welfare involvement, educational and mental health treatment is provided on site. Transition services and crisis services are available as well to support overall success. The Buckeye Ranch Foster Care Program 2440 Dawnlight Avenue, Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) A network of treatment foster homes and service providers committed to the wellbeing of youth and families who need security and assistance. Our program provides care for children from infancy through 18 years of age and sometimes beyond. The Buckeye Ranch Somali Program 2440 Dawnlight Avenue, Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) Non intensive and intensive case management and support for native Somali youth and families struggling with the acculturation process intervention without the use of interpreters.
15 Buckeye Ranch (con t) MyPlace Program 1625 Mound Street, Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) A transitional age program designed to help young adults ready to transition from residential care, group homes, kinship and/or foster care but not ready to live completely on their own. Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization (BRAVO) P.O. Box Columbus, OH (Phone), BRAVO (Help Line), (Fax) Website: Crisis intervention, advocacy, emergency shelter and referrals for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and hate crimes. Community education and professional training regarding issues of C.H.A.D.D. (Childhood and Adult ADHD Support Group) of Central Ohio (Phone), Website: (Local webpage) in the Columbus area. Meetings include speakers providing education on AD/ HD related topics to both parents of children with AD/HD as well as to adults with AD/HD. Meetings include support groups for both parents and adults. Columbus Walden Drive, Columbus, OH. Catholic Social Services 197 E. Gay St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Numerous programs in three functional areas: Family services: counseling for individuals, couples and families to address life s challenges; Supportive Housing Casework for domestic violence survivors, Project Rachael to help those in need of post-abortion counseling, HOME Choice transition coordination. Emergency Assistance and Financial Stability: Emergency Material Assistance to help program. Senior Programs: Transportation to medical appointments (Licking County), Peer Senior Companions and Friendly Visiting to reduce isolation, Money Management Assistance for monthly bill management, Supportive Case Management including in-home assessment, budget planning, medical insurance and housing needs, and linkage to other community services.
16 The Center for Balanced Living 445 E. Granville Rd., Building N, Worthington, OH (Phone), (Fax) Website: Provides educational programs and specialized eating disorder treatment including counseling, nutrition, medication management and free community eating disorder support groups. Most insurances accepted; sliding fee scale based on income. Services primarily for ages 13 through adult. The Center provides two higher levels of care: Intensive Outpatient Program for Eating Disorders, a 10- for Eating Disorders, a 30-hours a week program for ages 18 and older. The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH) 655 E. Livingston Ave. Columbus, OH (General), (Intake), (Fax) Website: familysafetyandhealing.org Provides advocacy, prevention, intervention, assessment, treatment, and referral services for children, teens, and adults who have experienced family violence including child abuse, teen relationship abuse, domestic violence and elder abuse. TCFSH is a joint partnership with Nationwide Children s Hospital and multiple community partners concerned with the safety and wellbeing of family violence victims. Center of Vocational Alternatives (COVA) 3770 N. High St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Toll Free), (Fax) Website: Assistance and support to members of the community in overcoming mental, emotional and other challenges to a productive life focusing on employment, economic stability and life skills. Community-based services include rehabilitation readiness, career development, vocational assessment, job training, job consultation. Recovery Works, consumer resource center, encourages peer empowerment by offering information, technology and other tools on site and through a website that promotes health, wellness and recovery. Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging 174 E. Long St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Plans, funds and coordinates long-term care service programs, senior services and opportunities for older adults in multiple central Ohio counties. Administers PASSPORT, Older Americans Act Programs, Volunteer Guardianship Programs, The National Family Caregiver Support Program, and Senior Options in education programs and community programs on health-related and caregiver topics, including Medicare and prescription drug coverage. Publishes Older Adult Resource Guide. Long term care consults - free long-term care planning consultation.
17 Central Ohio Area Tourette Syndrome Support Group (Phone), Website: Support and educational meetings for the public, family members and friends of persons with Tourette s Syndrome. Group meets at Cup-O-Joe on the fourth Central Ohio Parents of Murdered Children P.O. Box Columbus, OH (Phone), Website: POMC sponsors monthly support group meetings for anyone who has suffered the murder of a loved one. The group meets on the last Wednesday of each month from 7-9 pm in the Education Center at Nationwide Children s Hospital. POMC sponsors community programs such as the Parole Block Program and support services for family members such as Memorial Plaques, Memorial Quilts, and Picture Boards. Monthly newsletter. No dues or registration charge - run on donation basis only. Central Ohio Poison Center 700 Children s Dr. Columbus, OH (Fax), Website: 24-hour poison and drug information hotline for the general public and health care professionals; includes accidental poisoning with household chemicals, bites and stings, alcohol and drug overdose information. Child Abuse Hotline (24-Hr. Hotline) To report suspected child abuse to Franklin County Children Services. Childhood League Center 670 S. 18th St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Early intervention center and educational program that includes speech, occupational therapy and social work services for developmentally-delayed children (ages birth-5 yrs.) and their families; developing positive self-image, physical, social and readiness skills for public school entry. Provides home-based services, in-house services include early intervention for toddlers and pre-school, using an inclusion model in the classrooms. CHOICES for Eliminating Domestic Violence P.O. Box Columbus, OH (Fax), Website: 24-hr. crisis line; emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children. Counseling; advocacy; community education; legal advocacy; outreach to at-risk populations including women in prison; peer support groups. Call hotline for information.
18 Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center 14 W. Lakeview Ave. Columbus, OH (Family Services) 3222 N. High St. Columbus, OH (All other programs) (Phone), (Fax) Website: A community-based social service agency that delivers an array of human Composed of four major programs: family services, youth services, senior supportive services, and kinship care. Family services offers basic family needs including: choice food pantry services, community gatherings and meals, community gardens, legal consultations, ESOL classes, clothing assistance, Youth services include after school and summer programming for elementary children. Senior supportive services offers case management, socializations, Columbus Alzheimer s Care Center 700 Jasonway Ave. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) active inpatient to comprehensive nursing care. Services include: subacute and rehabilitation; restorative therapy; intermediate and skilled care and functional maintenance programs to enhance the quality of life of individuals with dementia. extended family members or friends of persons affected by dementia. Columbus Area Integrated Health Services, Inc E. Broad St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Comprehensive mental health, alcohol and other drug prevention and treatment/ recovery services. Services include traditional and intensive case management; residential; medication clinic; urgent care and outpatient services to individuals, families and groups. Specialized services for older adults, severely mentally disabled, substance abusing/dependent males, adolescents and their families. Outpatient Services/Intake 899 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) Offers a variety of mental health and wellness services including group Pathway Clubhouse 1203 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) Psychosocial rehabilitation program with a strong vocational emphasis, provides support services for persons ages 18 and older. Schizophrenics Anonymous (SA) support group.
19 Columbus Area Integrated Health Services, Inc. (con t) Project Linden 1410 Cleveland Ave. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax) Mental health, alcohol and drug abuse services including intensive outpatient group treatment for substance abusing/depending individuals. Prevention/outreach services for at risk youth and their families, including supportive counseling, groups, consultation and education. Columbus Early Learning Centers 5 day-a-week childcare center offering affordable, comprehensive child development services for children whose parents are employed, attending school, or are participating in a job-training program. 162 N. Ohio Ave. Columbus, OH (Phone) 760 E. Broad St. Columbus, OH (Phone) Takes children ages 18 months to 5 years old. Columbus Medical Association 1390 Dublin Rd. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Provides names, addresses and phone numbers of physicians based on their Assists with non-legal complaints against member physicians. Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority 880 E. Eleventh Ave. Columbus, OH Provides affordable housing and resident support services for low and moderate income families, seniors and disabled persons in Columbus and Franklin County. Offers Section 8, the conventional low-rent senior and scattered-site housing programs. Columbus Public Health, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program 240 Parsons Ave. Columbus, OH (Fax), Website: Provides alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, intervention and outpatient treatment services. Services available during day and evening hours. Services prevention, Africentric treatment for men, counseling for pregnant substanceabusing women, support and education for young COAs, parenting skills training, job readiness, childcare on site during counseling sessions. Sliding-fee scale and Medicaid for outpatient treatment services. Opiate speciality outpatient group for men and women; ally group for LGBTQ community.
20 Columbus Urban League 788 Mt. Vernon Ave. Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Family Services: Crisis intervention, coalition building, advocacy for needed social services, victims of crime assistance, tobacco prevention education. Education and youth services program; housing discrimination assistance; other comprehensive community services available; computer skills training; career development training, African American Males Initiative. Summer camp; GED preparation; summer youth employment; father-to-father program. Community for New Direction (Phone), (Fax), Website: Offers numerous alcohol, tobacco, and other drug programs/services: In-school Group Young Ambassadors for Peace (YAP): violence prevention and leadership development curriculum designed for elementary and middle school youth in small group format. After School Group Steps to Success: violence, alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention and education groups for youth ages Hispanic/ Latino Group Students Excelling in Education (SEE): Hispanic/Latino ATOD prevention/decision making group for youth ages Future Opportunities Created for Urban Students (F.O.C.U.S): leadership development curriculum for youth ages Summer Day Camp. 993 E. Main St. Columbus, OH (Phone) 2096 W. Mound St. Columbus, OH Community Housing Network, Inc Watermark Drive, Columbus, OH (Phone), (Fax), Website: Develops, owns and manages housing across Franklin County. Rents affordable apartments to people disabled by mental illness, substance abuse, and who have histories of homelessness. Engages with service agencies that connect tenants to the services they need. CHN s goal is to help people with special needs keep their housing and have access to employment programs. Compassionate Friends TCF-Central Ohio Chapter, P.O. Box 29323, Columbus, OH (Phone), Local Chapter Website: National Website: Assists families in the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child. Provides information to help others be supportive. Meetings open to all grieving talk freely about child and grief issues. Meetings are the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm at the Ascension Lutheran Church, 1479 Morse Rd. Columbus, OH
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