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  • Community Links

  • Education Education

    High Quality Education is one of the reasons why generations of families stay in Ashland. It is also plays a major role in attracting new business owners and employees to our area. The education field is vast and covers learning from Pre-School, to Graduate Level and all forms in between. Whatever your learning needs are, we are sure you will find an environment that works best for you. Over the years, our schools have received numerous awards and have established a track record of helping students reach their maximum potential. CLICK HERE FOR A CURRENT LISTING OF SCHOOLS IN OUR AREA.

  • Child Care, Preschool,Youth Program Providers and Libraries Child Care, Preschool,Youth Program Providers and Libraries

    The children and youth of our community are very important to us. CLICK HERE for a list of current providers.

  • Social Services Social Services

    Quality of Life is important to our community. From those needing temporary assistance, short term care, to long term solutions, we have organizations to fit every need. CLICK HERE for a current listing of Social Service Agencies in our area.

  • Goverment Offices Goverment Offices

    Knowing how to contact you local, state and national offices doesn't have to be hard. Information is just a phone call away. CLICK HERE to see this information in detail.

  • Newspaper Publishers Newspaper Publishers

    There are several newspaper companies in our area, covering local, regional, state and national news. Here are a few of these organizations:

    ASHLAND TIMES-GAZETTE
    ASHLAND UNIVERSITY - COLLEGIAN
    MANSFIELD NEWS JOURNAL
    THE DAILY RECORD
    MADISON TRIBUNE
    NEW LONDON RECORD
    SHELBY DAILY GLOBE
    THE LOUDONVILLE TIMES

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Ashland Main Street Ashland Main Street

    The Ashland Main Street Program is about real places doing real work to revitalize their economies and preserve their character. This is not a program that delivers edicts from afar, but rather training in the process of leveraging local assets- historic resources, local enterprise, and community pride, to help rebuild a downtown from within, by its own residents. Specifically, Main Street is three things: a proven strategy for revitalization, a powerful network of linked communities, and a national support program that leads the field. To learn more about this organization, contact:

    Sandra Tunnell, Executive Director
    211 Claremont Ave., Ashland OH 44805

    AshlandMainSt2011@gmail.com

    To become involved, feel free to print off one or all of the documents below.

  • 2-1-1 Info System 2-1-1 Info System

    In 2011 the United Way implemented "the 2-1-1 program. Individuals have been provided a helping hand of support in finding programs/locations that provide health and human services in Ashland County. 2-1-1 is a free and confidential information and referral services that is available 24 hours a day - every day."  Physical & Mental Health Resources, Employment Support Services, Support for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities, Programs for Children, Youth and Families, Volunteer Opportunities and Donations and Support for Community Crisis or Disaster Recovery.