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Bellwether Farm Camp, Retreat, and Education Center offers a model for sustainable living that promotes physical and spiritual wellness, fidelity to the environment, and social justice by incorporating farming, food production, and environmental stewardship into land-based educational programs for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Church Life is the Diocese of Ohio’s quarterly feature magazine, published in March, June, September, and December. The publication highlights the collaborative work of our parishes, stories about individuals, mission projects, and youth events, in addition to more forward looking articles about how we can grow our parishes, deepen our love of God, and improve our evangelism skills.
The Episcopal Café seeks to be an independent voice, reporting and reflecting on the Episcopal Church and the Anglican tradition. The Café is not a platform of advocacy, but it does aim to tell the story of the church from the perspective of Progressive Christianity. Our collective sympathy, as the Café, lies with the project of widening the circle of inclusion within the church and empowering all the baptized for the role to which they have been called as followers of Christ.
ECVA values the significance of visual imagery in spiritual formation and the development of faith, and encourages those who are engaged in using the visual arts in spiritual life. Primary to our mission is the acknowledgement and support of a community of artists who work at the intersections of art and faith. The Artists Registry @ ECVA is our studio, the place where we work and pray.
Episcopal Migration Ministries is the refugee resettlement program of the Episcopal Church, and a living example of the Church’s commitment to aid the stranger in our midst.
The Episcopal Network for Economic Justice serves to strengthen and support those engaged in community-based economic justice ministries and advocate for initiatives within the Episcopal Church
Federal chaplains serve those in the military, VA hospitals and federal prisons under the guidance of our Bishop for Armed Services and Federal Ministries.
The Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) is a national organization connecting all who seek a deliberate response to injustice and violence and want to pray, study and take action for justice and peace in our communities, our church, and the world.
National grassroots network engaged in advocating for the public policy issues of the Episcopal Church.
Episcopal Relief & Development works with Church partners and other local organizations to save lives and transform communities worldwide. We rebuild after disasters and empower people to create lasting solutions that fight poverty, hunger and disease.
The purpose of the Episcopal Urban Caucus is to be an instrument of the Gospel exercising radical discipleship in Church and Society.
Welcome to the website of the House of Deputies. I hope that you will use this site This site is where you can learn more about the ministry and mission that is made possible by General Convention and about the history and role of the House of Deputies.
Network of Jubilee centers that empower the poor and oppressed in their communities with direct services and advocacy.

The Living Church Foundation, Inc., is an independent, not-for-profit foundation of communion-minded and -committed Anglicans from several nations, devoted to seeking and serving the full visible unity of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church.

An independent, nationwide network of Episcopal laity and clergy, dioceses and parishes, schools, agencies, and other institutions - all with a common commitment to address the effects of addiction, in all its forms, in relation to the church's mission. The goal of Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church is to renew and revitalize the Church’s capability to recognize and address the serious social ills surrounding the pathological use of alcohol, drugs and other addictive behaviors (gambling, overeating, sex, etc.) and suggest an appropriate Christian response.

 

The Union of Black Episcopalians stands in the continuing tradition of more than 200 years of Black leadership in the Episcopal Church.

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Neighborhood Community Resources

The mission of Bayshore Counseling Services is to create a system of care that will engage individuals in prevention, mental health, and recovery services in order to become participants in a healthy community. We provide a complete range of mental health, chemical dependency, prevention, intervention and treatment services for adults, adolescents, children and their families in an outpatient setting.
Boys & Girls Club enables all young people, especially those to need us the most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens.
Our Mission “Cancer Services strives to assist cancer patients and their families emotionally and financially, and to educate the community on prevention and awareness of cancer-related issues.”

Services: Food, clothing and shoes, small appliances, household goods, bedding, linens, housewares, cooking and dining wares Hours: Monday Tuesday Thursday 9:00am- 11:00am and 1:00pm - 3:00pm Friday 9:00am- 11:00am Eligibility: USDA income eligibility based on 200% of federal poverty level. Documents To Bring: Picture ID Proof of Address
Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron & Richland Counties, Inc. (CACEHR), in Sandusky, Ohio, joined the war against poverty in 1965. As a charitable organization, we provide community service programs that are aimed to improve the living condition of the economically challenged sector of society. In our more than 50 years of operation, our nonprofit organization continues to strive hard in fulfilling our mission. We aim to promote self-sufficiency and improve the quality of life of those in need.

Formerly Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Mission Statement

We are committed to creating positive relationships through One-to-One Mentoring and instilling hope into those children's futures.

Vision

Provide each child the opportunity to benefit from a positive mentor relationship.

Children Services assists in creating partnerships with families to reach the common goal of safe and healthy children. Erie County is in need of foster and adoptive families.
The Erie County Senior Center is a multi-faceted Senior Center in Sandusky, OH service and activity center providing opportunities for the senior citizens of Erie County. Educational and recreational programs are provided for active individuals, as well as essential services to home bound seniors.
The Erie Metropolitan Housing Authority’s mission is to be the area’s affordable housing agent of choice to low and moderate-income residents of Erie County and to assist them in becoming self-sufficient.

The National Human Trafficking Hotline connects victims and survivors of sex and labor trafficking with services and supports to get help and stay safe. The Trafficking Hotline also receives tips about potential situations of sex and labor trafficking and facilitates reporting that information to the appropriate authorities in certain cases. 

Kinship House provides a safe, neutral, home-like environment for supervised visitation and exchange for children and their non-custodial parents.

New Day  Center Provides Families in Erie County with tools and resources to help promote emotional, mental and spiritual well-being. New Day Center is located in the mid-town neighborhood of Sandusky, on the corner of Finch and Warren St. We believe that every single one of our neighbors has gifts that are valuable to our community. We love big, and dream big. We encourage our neighbors to do the same. Together we can live the lives we never dreamed possible.

Safe Harbour's mission is to provide families with an alternative to family violence. We offer safety, encouragement and support. Safe Harbour provides shelter, counseling, advocacy, support groups and community awareness education.
The Salvation Army in Sandusky is dedicated to serving the men, women, and children who are at-risk and in need of financial, social service, and spiritual support. We work everyday to elevate individuals up from despair to provide hope and assistance. In teaching life skills, we provide individuals with an opportunity to maximize their physical, emotional, and spiritual being to effect life change.
Since 1996, the Sandusky Artisans Recovery Community Center has specialized in integrating the arts with the mental health community. Thousands battling subtance abuse issues - alcohol, drugs, overeating, depression and such - have found guidance and support in the East Market Street Building in downtown Sandusky. The center provides free addiction services, offers 12-step meetings overseen by peers, and other art based recovery programs.
Serving Our Seniors and its staff are here to help you live independently in your home. We have many programs designed to help seniors with their needs. Our advocates are passionate about the work they do and have the training and the experience to help you with any questions, concerns or problems you might have, from drug costs, home repairs, hot meals and transportation…to something as simple as a piece of mail you are unsure you should respond to.
United Way of Erie County's work is focused on the following program areas for a good life: Education - Helping children and adults achieve their potential through education. Income - Promoting financial stability and independence. Health - Improving people's health in whichever way possible.

Recovery

The National Human Trafficking Hotline connects victims and survivors of sex and labor trafficking with services and supports to get help and stay safe. The Trafficking Hotline also receives tips about potential situations of sex and labor trafficking and facilitates reporting that information to the appropriate authorities in certain cases. 

An independent, nationwide network of Episcopal laity and clergy, dioceses and parishes, schools, agencies, and other institutions - all with a common commitment to address the effects of addiction, in all its forms, in relation to the church's mission. The goal of Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church is to renew and revitalize the Church’s capability to recognize and address the serious social ills surrounding the pathological use of alcohol, drugs and other addictive behaviors (gambling, overeating, sex, etc.) and suggest an appropriate Christian response.

 

Since 1996, the Sandusky Artisans Recovery Community Center has specialized in integrating the arts with the mental health community. Thousands battling subtance abuse issues - alcohol, drugs, overeating, depression and such - have found guidance and support in the East Market Street Building in downtown Sandusky. The center provides free addiction services, offers 12-step meetings overseen by peers, and other art based recovery programs.

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The National Human Trafficking Hotline connects victims and survivors of sex and labor trafficking with services and supports to get help and stay safe. The Trafficking Hotline also receives tips about potential situations of sex and labor trafficking and facilitates reporting that information to the appropriate authorities in certain cases. 

An Episcopal LGBTQ organization which proclaims and embodies the all-inclusive love of God through worship, education, and advocacy.
 
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