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The Latest News from Center of Hope Family Services

Stakeholder Letter Food Insecurity

September 13, 2021

I hope this letter finds you well. Spring is here and as vaccinations become available we are beginning to see hope that we will come out of pandemic living and return to some semblance of normal.  ELEVATE is meeting in person again and we are as excited to see the students as they are to see us. 

Stakeholder Update COVID Media Coverage

September 13, 2021

As we wind down 2020, I wanted you to know that we are keeping very busy at the Center of Hope.

August Stakeholder Letter

August 13, 2021

Thank you very much for all your support of Center of Hope Family Services. We have had a blessed year and we look forward to finishing 2021 strong and moving into 2022.

June Stakeholder Letter

June 11, 2021

The Center of Hope is finally back! We were so happy to begin hosting ELEVATE live and in person again! Our summer program is operating—with a waiting list—and we are getting ready for this Fall.

More than a million dollars approved for youth programming in Toledo

May 14, 2021

TOLEDO, Ohio — More than $1.3 million dollars is headed for youth recreation, job and mentorship programs in Toledo as part of funding from the American Rescue Plan Act.

Dr. Tracee Perryman has dedicated her life to educating youth in underserved communities by working through the Elevate Program at Center of Hope Family Services.

Local organization aiming to aid minorities with mental health issues

May 14, 2021

The coronavirus hit minority groups harder than people expected.

NBC 24 spoke with the leader of the 'Mask Up Toledo' project who started a new initiative this month. 

That new campaign is called, Be Well Toledo: Struggle No More. And it's coming from The Center of Hope with a focus on a frame work of mental well-being.