St. Vincent Charity Community Health Center transitioning psychiatric emergency services to MetroHealth effective July 1

Psychiatric emergency services will transition from St. Vincent Charity Community Health Center to The MetroHealth System effective July 1, 2024. This is the result of the determination by the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County that psychiatric emergency services should be offered by a hospital with access to a full psychiatric emergency department. "As we make this transition, thank you to all the staff who have supported and cared for psychiatric emergency patients, providing the highest quality, compassionate care. We are grateful for all that you have done to support this essential service, which has been provided by St. Vincent Charity for more than 35 years," said Jan Murphy, president and CEO of the Sisters of Charity Health System.…

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St. Vincent Charity Community Health Center, Behavioral Health

Joseph & Mary's Home launches campaign to modernize NE Ohio’s only facility to care for medically fragile men experiencing homelessness

Joseph & Mary’s Home, Cleveland’s only provider of post-hospital medical respite care for people experiencing homelessness, will begin construction in July to renovate and relocate its facility for men. To support this transformational project, “A New Home for Healing” Campaign has a goal of raising $2.5 million. To date, a total of $1.95 million has been raised, and Joseph & Mary’s Home is excited to announce a matching gift of $150,000 from the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine to inspire community support.…

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Joseph & Mary's Home, Outreach

Sisters of Charity Health System announces experienced nonprofit leader Michael Goar as next president and CEO

After an extensive national search, the Sisters of Charity Health System has named Michael J. Goar as its new President and CEO, to lead the Cleveland-based Catholic nonprofit in its next era of service. Goar, an accomplished executive with over 25 years driving impact for mission-driven organizations, will assume the role on July 22, 2024, succeeding Jan Murphy, M.S.N., FACHE.…

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Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton awards $756,149 in first and second quarter grants

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton Board of Directors has announced $756,149 in grants for the first and second quarters of 2024. The grants fall under three areas: responsive efforts that focus on responding to specific or short-term community needs, strategic collaborations that focus on work alongside others to launch programs that build capacity and increase effectiveness in community services, and foundation-led initiatives that focus on systemic change.…

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Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton, Foundations

Dr. Ted Parran and Dr. Mykola Kolganov named co-medical directors at Rosary Hall Addiction Treatment Program

Northeast Ohio addiction medicine experts, Dr. Ted Parran and Dr. Mykola Kolganov, have been named co-medical directors of Rosary Hall, the historic alcohol and drug treatment center housed at St. Vincent Charity Community Health Center. Rosary Hall offers innovative treatments, personalized care plans, intensive outpatient rehabilitation and groundbreaking addiction treatment research.…

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Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton supports children's mental health through partnership with Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health agency

May is Mental Health Awareness Month - and it's important to know that mental health struggles are not just an adult problem. According to the CDC, one-in-six children ages 2-8 years old struggle with a mental, behavioral or developmental disorder. One way the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton has been able to support mental and behavioral health for children in Stark County is through a partnership with the Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A) agency to provide counseling and prevention staff to nonprofits offering afterschool care or summer programming.…

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Joseph & Mary's Home newsletter highlights how it is adapting to serve a growing population of older adults experiencing housing instability

The recent issue of The Journey, the biannual newsletter of Joseph & Mary’s Home, features a cover article about how we are adapting to serve a growing population of older adults experiencing housing instability. The newsletter also reports on outcomes and financials from 2023, a donor spotlight on a couple with a giving spirit, the 2023 donor honor roll, a staff spotlight and news updates.…

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Joseph and Mary's Home, Outreach

Healthy Learners releases 2023 annual report, highlighting how the ministry is painting a world full of possibilities

Last year, Healthy Learners provided 15,841 services and 21,334 health screenings to children across South Carolina, traveling 115,179 miles to enable students to receive those screenings and services. The Healthy Learners 2023 Annual Report highlights these figures and provides updates on each service area and how the ministry continues to expand the services and screenings provided to ensure healthy children, better students and thriving communities.…

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Healthy Learners, Outreach

Early Childhood Resource Center executive director selected for Leadership Ohio Class of 2024

Early Childhood Resource Center Executive Director Angela Moses has been announced as one of the 35 visionaries shaping Ohio's future as appointed by the Leadership Ohio program, Class of 2024. Leadership Ohio is the state’s only leadership development program that connects diverse leaders from across Ohio to promote positive change. After receiving a record 147 nominations through a competitive selection process, the organization appointed 35 individuals as 2024 Leadership Ohio Fellows.…

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Early Childhood Resource Center, Outreach

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton annual report highlights how it builds community through 2023 grants of nearly $3.9 million

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton works to build community by supporting and enhancing the efforts of those who directly serve others. The foundation recently released its 2023 annual report, which highlights how it spent the past year building community along with its partners through $3,887,778 in grants in three categories of need: foundation-led initiatives, strategic collaborations and responsive grants.…

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Serving More Dads Better: South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families highlights accomplishments in 2023 impact report

The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families works to help dads overcome obstacles to being responsible and nurturing role models for their kids, which it highlights in its recently released 2023 impact report. The center served 51% more dads in 2023, serving more than 2,400 dads who received services like health screenings, parenting classes, legal guidance, relationship education and financial instruction.…

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South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families, Foundations

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina publishes next installment of Systems Change Journey blog series, focusing on work in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina has published another installment in its Systems Change Journey blog series. This installment examines the foundation’s journey to uplift diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging through the perspectives of board member and Mission and Values Committee Chair Dr. Tracy Bailey, and Sisters of Charity Foundation Director of Culture and Values Ericka Wooten.…

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Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, Foundations

Health system announces retirement of president and CEO, launches national search for its next leader

The Sisters of Charity Health System announced that president and CEO Janice G. Murphy, MSN, FACHE, has decided to retire in 2024 after six years of dedicated service. She will step down once her successor has been appointed. Murphy first joined the Health System in 2018 as senior vice president of mission and ministry. In 2019, she became president & CEO of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, leading it through the COVID-19 pandemic. She then took on her current role overseeing the entire Health System in 2021.…

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Cuyahoga County, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland and other community partners announce plans to reduce youth homelessness

Cuyahoga County and community partners - including the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland - announced January 29 a new plan to work toward ending homelessness for youth and young adults. The plan, funded by a $3.9 million renewable grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, will provide immediate relief and work to address root causes of homelessness.…

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Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, Foundations

Light of Hearts Villa receives deficiency-free survey from Ohio Department of Health

Light of Hearts Villa received zero deficiencies during its annual state survey in December from the Ohio Department of Health, which is an accomplishment that is difficult to attain in the highly regulated world of assisted living. A deficiency-free or zero-deficiency survey means that the community was operating in total compliance with state regulations regarding the care to residents, services provided and overall environment. Each year, all assisted living communities in Ohio are surveyed to ensure they are providing a safe environment for all residents.…

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Light of Hearts Villa, health care

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton helps fund temporary overnight shelter for women experiencing homelessness in Stark County

With funding from the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton and the Stark Community Foundation, Refuge of Hope Ministries recently opened an eight-bed temporary emergency shelter in Canton to give women experiencing homelessness a warm place to stay. The emergency shelter fills a need during winter months as the current waitlist is 2-3 weeks for women seeking shelter in Stark County.…

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Joseph & Mary's Home annual benefit luncheon raises a record $113,500 to support healing and assistance with permanent housing

Joseph & Mary's Home hosted its annual Perseverance in Hope Benefit Luncheon in Cleveland in the fall, setting a new record by raising $113,500 to support healing and assistance with permanent housing. Secretary Marcia L. Fudge, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, served as the keynote speaker at the luncheon. A recap of the luncheon appears in the most recent issue of The Journey, the biannual newsletter of Joseph & Mary’s Home.…

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Joseph and Mary's Home, Outreach

From the Heart: Regina Health Center showcases 30th anniversary celebration in recent newsletter

The recent issue of From the Heart, the biannual newsletter of Regina Health Center, features a cover article about a 30th anniversary dinner gala that celebrated the history and accomplishments of Regina Health Center while helping raise more than $220,000 for capital project needs. The newsletter also has a recap of the annual Holy-In-One Golf Outing, an article about how the ministry's transportation department keeps things moving, a donor roll, news and event updates, and more.…

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Regina Health Center, health care

Story about South Carolina dad and the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families receives national attention

The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families has been helping fathers like Lorin Jackson for 25 years. By completing the center's program and getting help along the way, he was able to get the only gift he wanted this Christmas, legal shared custody of his son. WACH FOX57 in Columbia, South Carolina, ran a story about Jackson and his work with the center, with multiple NBC affiliates across the country picking up the story and running it on Christmas day.…

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South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families, Outreach

Joseph & Mary's Home highlights partnership with Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless in latest newsletter

The recent issue of The Journey, the biannual newsletter of Joseph & Mary’s Home, features a cover article about its partnership with the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless (NEOCH) and how it brings care to those experiencing unsheltered homelessness. The newsletter also has a recap of the very successful Perseverance in Hope 2023 Benefit Luncheon, a staff spotlight on Medical Director Dr. Michael Seidman, a donor spotlight on a former intern, news updates and more.…

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Joseph and Mary's Home, Outreach

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton awards more than $2.4 million in third and fourth quarter grants

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton Board of Directors has announced $2.4 million in grants for the third and fourth quarters of 2023. The grants fall under three areas: responsive efforts that focus on social justice, strategic collaborations that focus on community connections and foundation-led initiatives that focus on systemic change.…

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