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Behavioral Connections joins national alliance PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 21 April 2014 10:03
Behavioral Connections has accepted an invitation to join the Mental Health Centers of America, a national alliance of select organizations that provide behavioral health and/or related services. MHCA is designed to strengthen members' competitive position, enhance their leadership capabilities and facilitate their strategic networking opportunities.
Behavioral Connections is among just a dozen behavioral health providers in Ohio to be included in MHCA's network of entrepreneurial members.
Established in 1985, the non-profit MHCA now has 133 members in 32 states.  It is headquartered in Tallahassee, Fla., and headed by CEO Dale E. Shreve.
At the heart of MHCA's purpose and work is a belief that community behavioral health providers must rise to the challenges presented by a transforming healthcare delivery system. Members recognize that major shifts are occurring in demographics, technology, politics, the economy and organizational frameworks.
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Johnson Controls receives honor PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 21 April 2014 10:00
Community Employment Services of Wood Lane has named Johnson Controls its March employer of the month.
Nearly a year ago Johnson Controls Inc. of Northwood hired two individuals from CES to collect and bale cardboard five days a week.  Additional production lines started and they have hired an additional two people per shift. There are 20 different workers at JCL.
During 2013, Johnson and Wood Lane received a $1,000 Blue Sky Award through Johnson's corporate responsibility program. The funds were used to purchase a shelter for another Wood Lane business in Wood County. In addition the JCI workers and supervisors raised over $500 in case and numerous personal items that were distributed to individuals served by Wood Lane.
 
Local Briefs: 04-19-14 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 19 April 2014 09:07
One injured in 3-vehicle crash
HASKINS — One person was injured in a three-vehicle accident around 2:37 p.m. Friday on River Road near Haskins Road.
Additional information was not available from the Wood County Sheriff’s Office this morning.

Officials halt Lake Erie search
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Authorities have again suspended the search for two boaters still missing in western Lake Erie after the bodies of a woman and a teenage girl were found off the Ohio shoreline.
The Port Clinton News-Herald reports the Department of Natural Resources planned to search for the anglers today, but the Ottawa County sheriff had no such plans.
The newspaper says the men missing since Wednesday are presumed dead because authorities don’t think they could survive days in chilly waters.
Searchers found a partially submerged boat Thursday on a reef near the Davis-Besse nuclear power plant east of Toledo and later spotted the bodies of two females, who wore life jackets.
The sheriff’s office identified them as 33-year-old Amy Santus of Perrysburg and 16-year-old Paige Widmer of Leesville, S.C.
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Familiar Face: Cindy Brechmacher PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Saturday, 19 April 2014 10:19
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Cindy Brechmacher smiles while surrounded by students at Montessori School in Bowling Green. Brechmacher has been an early childhood teacher at the Montessori School for 20 years. She is an active member of First United Methodist Church and the Bowling Green Community Band. Brechmacher is originally from Rootstown, Ohio. She holds a bachelor of science degree in elementary education (K-8) from BGSU and is an alumnae of the Bowling Green Marching Band. She and her husband, Rick, have two sons and one grandson. (J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
 
Woman who was begging for money is charged after overdosing PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 19 April 2014 08:50
ROSSFORD - A Toledo woman is facing drug charges after an apparent overdose in her car in the city on Wednesday.
Rossford Police were called to the PetSmart location, 27161 Crossroads Parkway, at approximately 3:30 p.m. on report of the incident.
Debra May Bailey, 31, had been holding a sign reading "Family in Need of Help" outside prior to the incident.
However, she later passed out behind the wheel of her car in the parking lot of the business, and bystanders called police as her car moved forward about 60 feet when her foot slipped off the brake pedal.
Officers called Rossford Fire-Rescue, who transported Bailey to the hospital and treated her for an overdose of heroin.
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