A Poem From A 33 Forever Friend

I Remember You I remember when you would laugh all the time. It lit up the room every time, and made everyone else smile too.  Why, why won’t you do that anymore?    I remember when you would get excited about the most ridiculous things. People thought it was...

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Episode 35 of “Sparking the Conversation,” Features Angie Lindsay and Kim Romoser from Mansfield’s Mental Health Court, Providing Resources in the Justice System For Those With Mental Health Challenges

In Episode 35 of “Sparking the Conversation,” featuring 33 Forever, Donna and Jeff welcome Angie Lindsay and Kim Romoser from the Mansfield Municipal Mental Health Court to share valuable information about how this local specialty court works and how it can provide...

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Episode 34 of “Sparking the Conversation,” Features Kelcie Lee, Sharing Her Story About Being a Frontline Healthcare Worker During the Pandemic

In Episode 34 of “Sparking the Conversation,” featuring 33 Forever, Donna and Jeff welcome Kelcie Lee to share her personal story about the challenges, experiences, and mental health struggles of a front-line healthcare provider during the COVID-19 pandemic. This...

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Episode 33 of “Sparking the Conversation,” Features WMFD’s Kelby King and Husband Scott Russell Talkng More About Her COVID Battle and Mental Health

In Episode 33 of “Sparking the Conversation” featuring 33 Forever, Donna and Jeff welcomes back WMFD’s own Kelby King, from Episode 32, this time joined by her husband, Scott Russell. Kelby and Scott continue to share their very personal story about her struggle with...

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Episode 30 of “Sparking the Conversation,” Features David Ross, Executive Director of the Ashland County Mental Health and RecoveryServices Board, Discussing Ashland County Resources

In Episode 30 of “Sparking the Conversation,” featuring 33 Forever, Donna and Jeff welcomed David Ross, the Executive Director of the Ashland County (Ohio) Mental Health and Recovery Services Board to talk about the local landscape in Ashland County of mental health, the Board’s partnerships and exciting things in store for in the Ashland community.

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Lifetime Struggle, Hopeful Future

Lifetime Struggle, Hopeful Future

My name is John. I am 55 years old. My struggles with alcohol began in my teens. I took my first drink when I was about 13 and the drugs then came soon after. My family members have also struggled with alcohol. This type of addiction can be an inherited trait. During...

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