Agencies Receiving Funds from United Way
A.I.D., Inc. (Action, Information, Direction, Inc.)
P. O. Box 762, Salem, OH 44460
A.I.D. serves as a liaison between people who need assistance and agencies that
can provide it. Volunteers answer phones 9:15 to 11:15 a.m. Monday through Friday,
putting callers in contact with governmental programs, local public assistance agencies
or private groups. A.I.D. may be able to arrange transportation for medical visits.
Boy Scouts of America - Buckeye Council
2301 13th St. NW, Canton, OH 44708
Scouting programs for boys and young men and women through age 21 build character,
teach responsibility and participation, and promote citizenship and personal fitness.
Programs emphasize development of values and building of leadership skills that
will continue through adulthood.
Camp Fire Tayanoka
PO Box 2322, East Liverpool, OH 43920
Camp Fire offers local school-age boys and girls the opportunity to gain new knowledge
and skills through community service, special interests and decision-making. Members
learn skills to help them become productive, caring individuals. Participation focuses
on protecting the environment, learning about the community and the world, and valuing
individual differences and similarities.
Catholic Charities Regional Agency
115 E. Washington Ave., Lisbon, OH 44432
Catholic Charities provides individual, marital and family counseling, grief counseling,
crisis intervention, and adoption services. The agency supports Christina House
– Lisbon for domestic violence victims in need of shelter and collaborates with
other agencies to provide services to families, including emergency assistance,
legal advocacy for victims and supervised visitation.
Christians' Concern of Leetonia
764 Columbia St., Leetonia, OH 44431
Christians’ Concerns of Leetonia provides emergency funds to help pay utility, rent,
and prescription drug and doctor bills, and sometimes transportation expenses for
residents in need in the Leetonia Exempted School District, including Washingtonville.
Pastoral visits to individuals are available on request.
Columbiana Meals on Wheels
333 N. Main St., Suite B, Columbiana, OH 44408
Meals are provided to elderly, handicapped, convalescing and homebound individuals
in Columbiana, Washingtonville, Leetonia and Crestview areas regardless of their
ability to pay. Volunteers prepare and deliver one hot and one cold meal per day
up to five days per week.
Family & Community Services of Columbiana County, Inc.
P.O. Box 413, Lisbon, OH 44432
Family & Community Services provides emergency assistance for utilites,
housing, prescriptions and food.
Family Recovery Center
964 N. Market St., Lisbon, OH 44432
Family Recovery provides comprehensive outpatient clinical and prevention/education
services in substance use and abuse, mental health and other high-risk areas. Through
counseling programs and education services for schools, courts, employees and the
region, the Center’s programs promote individual, family and community wellness
by promoting healthy lifestyle choices to achieve a stable living environment. Read the summary of 2021 achievements
by Eloise Traina, Executive Director.
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio
One Girl Scout Way, Macedonia, OH 44056-1256
Scouting provides girls with the skills necessary to develop into strong and resilient
leaders through positive peer networks and adult role models. Girl Scouts programming
focuses on arts and sciences, literacy and fiscal responsibility, life skills and
healthy lifestyles, environment awareness and outdoors activities, and civic and
community education to support of good decision-making.
Help Network of Northeast Ohio
PO Box 46, Youngstown, OH 44501
Help Network of Northeast Ohio provides 24/7 crisis intervention, suicide prevention and intervention, referrals, support services and counseling services to persons experiencing mental health related and/or situational problems. It also refers and links persons in need of emergency assistance to community resources that can provide it; disseminates information about community human services to individuals and families who need them; and works with planning organizations and government units to ensure these services are provided. Most importantly, Help Network of Northeast Ohio can be contacted by simply dialing 2-1-1 from any phone.
6961 Southern Blvd., Suite A, Boardman, OH 44512
Project MKC, formerly Making Kids Count, provides age-appropriate basic everyday items to children removed
from the home and placed in shelter or temporary foster care.
Quota Club International of Salem, Inc. - Salem Area Speech and Hearing Clinic
P. O. Box 1181, Salem, OH 44460
Serving Columbiana County, the Salem Area Speech and Hearing Clinic provides speech
pathology and audiology therapy by qualified professionals to adults and children
at affordable prices. Read the history of the Speech and Hearing Clinic.
R.S.V.P. (Retired Senior Volunteer Program)
PO Box 355, Lisbon, OH 44432
R.S.V.P. serves as a liaison between charitable, education, health care and non-profit
organizations in Columbiana County and residents age 55 and older who wish to volunteer.
Participants are matched with agencies based on their skills, interests and geographic
Salem Area Visiting Nurse Association
718 E. Third St., Suite A, Salem, OH 44460
VNA provides a variety of services including home health care, skilled nursing,
home infusion, maternal/child care, physical, occupational and speech therapy, nutritional services, and non-skilled personal care. Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Adult
day care operates weekdays. VNA is Medicare/Medicaid certified and accredited by
the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
Salem Worlds War Memorial Building
785 E. State St., Salem, OH 44460
The Memorial Building, given to the citizens by Salem industrialist W. H. Mullins
in 1924, serves as a senior citizens’ center, recreation center and home to many
clubs, leagues and organizations, including the Salem Parks and Recreations Department,
Columbiana County Office on Aging and the Salem office of the Columbiana County
The Salvation Army – Salem Corps
1249 N. Ellsworth Ave., Salem, OH 44460
The Salvation Army – Northern Columbiana County Service Units
P. O. Box 5847, Cleveland, OH 44101-0847
The Salvation Army provides emergency financial assistance, substance abuse and
counselling services, spiritual support and religious services, and social development
programs. The agency administers a food pantry, and provides assistance for prescription
drugs, and lodging and utilities. Volunteers visit nursing homes, hospitals and
shut-ins. Day camps and summer camps are sponsored. Emergency disaster services
Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley
2805 Salt Springs Rd., Youngstown, OH 44509
Second Harvest provides food and fresh produce to twenty-seven pantries,
five meal sites and a mobile pantry program throughout Columbiana County.