Community Partners

State partners

Ohio Dept. of Health

Ohio Dept. of Jobs and Family Services

Ohio Dept. of Mental Health

Ohio Dept. of Education

The Ohio Council of Behavioral Health & Family Service Providers

Public Children Services Association of Ohio

Ohio Osteopathic Association

Medical facilities

Family HealthCare Inc.

Holzer Clinic Athens

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

River Rose OB/GYN- Athens

Stagecoach Family Practice/Anzalone, MD

University Medical Associates

Mental health agencies

TriCounty Mental Health & Counseling Center

Health Recovery Services, Inc

317 Board Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services: Athens, Hocking Vinton

Managed Care/Insurance Companies

Care Source

Molina Healthcare

Partners for Kids

United Community Health Plans

School districts

Athens City School District

Logan-Hocking School District

Meigs County School District

Vinton County School District

Social service agencies and community nonprofits

Appalachian AIDS Task Force

Appalachian Community Visiting Nurses Association

Athens County Children Services

Athens-Hocking Head Start

Briarwood LLC

Family and Children First Councils, Athens & Hocking Counties

Gallia-Meigs Community Action Agency, Inc

Greater Athens Soccer Association

Help Me Grow: Athens, Meigs, & Hocking Counties

Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children

My Sister’s Place

Southeastern Ohio Brand of the American Autism Society

The Birth Circle

The Dairy Barn

Ohio University Partners

OU-HCOM Family Navigator Program

OU Hearing, Speech and Language Clinic

Regional Partnerships

Appalachian Translational Research Network

This newly formed network of researchers from The Ohio State University, University of Kentucky, West Virginia University, Marshall University, the University of Cincinnati and Ohio University “is committed to addressing the significant health challenges and disparities specific to Appalachia by enhancing research collaborations to speed the translation of scientific discoveries to health improvements for this region.”

For more information about the ATRN, visit:

Ohio State Rural Health Association

This newly formed partnership with the State Office of Rural Health and the National Rural Health Association, ARHI is leading the development of the Ohio State Rural Health Association, which is “dedicated to advocating for rural health, promoting interprofessional networking between rural stakeholders, reaching out to rural health professionals in rural communities, and supporting education through skill building workshops, reports, and conferences on rural health issues. The ORHA hopes to promote an improved the level of health and access to health services for rural Ohio, to serve as a unified voice promoting rural health and to provide a forum for the exchange of information.”