Marietta Memorial Health System will be holding COVID-19 vaccination clinics starting this week and into the week of February 8 for seniors and other at-risk populations. To be added to the waitlist, you can use their online system mhsystem.org/coronavirus/ and click on COVID-19 Vaccination. You will be contacted when the appointment is available. Note: due to a limited supply, completing the form does not guarantee a vaccine. ... See MoreSee Less
At Memorial Health System, we're continuously working to monitor and respond to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak to ensure we meet the needs of our patients and community. This page is designed to ...
For those who are 65 and over who need a COVID vaccine and are having trouble getting through the Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department phone line -- click on this link bit.ly/movhdcovid to register in the Stand-by List and wait to be called by MOVHD. If there is no internet access, call 211 from 8:30am to 4:00pm only. Someone will help with registration. Your information will be time-stamped. You will be added to the clinic list as the vaccine is available. ... See MoreSee Less
Are you a nonprofit seeking funds for COVID-19 relief efforts in Wood, Wirt, Ritchie, Roane or Calhoun County? Through our partnership with the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation, nonprofits can request support through PACF's Safety Net Fund. To learn more, contact or email PACF: 304-428-4438 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.pacfwv.com/COVID19... See MoreSee Less
The PACF takes a strategic approach to identify where it can make the greatest impact for our communities. To help further our initiatives that address some of the Mid-Ohio Valley's toughest challenge...
As communities continue to grapple with the impact of COVID-19, nonprofits continue to provide support. If you are a nonprofit serving Athens County and seeking financial assistance due to the pandemic, the Athens County Foundation's Response Fund is accepting applications. This fund is for nonprofits who serve Athens County communities and whose operations are hampered by the pandemic. The Response Fund is made possible through partnership with the Sisters Health Foundation, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville, the Rocky Community Improvement Fund, ACF'S Donor Advised Funds, and many donors. For more information and to apply, visit athensfoundation.org/response-fund/... See MoreSee Less
With the support of SHF funds, Susan G. Komen Columbus was able to expand breast health services in Meigs County. Collaboration among the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, OhioHealth, and The Ohio State University and Komen Columbus's Southeast Ohio patient navigator enabled the project to serve 112 patients with 84% navigated to screening, diagnostic service, or other follow-up care. Six mobile screenings were also offered through OUHCOM. The Meigs County Breast Health Initiative also provided more equitable access to breast health care and sustaining coverage through Komen Columbus' programs. Thank you, Komen Columbus, for being a part of preventing and curing breast cancer in our community! ... See MoreSee Less