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Wayne United Chaplain Ministries — Justice Center, 201 W. North St., (330) 682-7986; Lee Anderson, Chaplain; a staff of part-time chaplains minister daily with persons at the Justice Center, OSU-ATI and Dunlap Hospital who desire spiritual support. Wooster Hope Center – 342 Nold Ave., Wooster; 330-6832242,, woosterhopecenter; Richard Frazier, administrator. Provides groceries, meals, clothing, hygiene products, diapers, and haircuts in an effort to show love to our neighbors in the community that may be in need of some assistance. We also provide information about other services in our community that can help families who are facing economic challenges. Our ultimate goal is to unite people and resources in a community-wide effort to make a difference and provide hope in all our lives.

THE GREENHOUSE SHOPPE Christmas Shoppe Opens Nov. 7th!

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3649 Cleveland Road, Wooster • N of Milltown Road on SR 3

Garden Supplies Spring Bulbs • Roses Seeds • Onion Sets Seed Potatoes Vegetable Plants Herbs • Annuals Perennials Premium Quality Hanging Baskets Foliage Plants Trees • Shrubs Peat Moss• Mulches Arbors • Trellises Pottery • Statuary Fountains Wind Chimes & More!


Men – 245 Beall Ave., Wooster; (330)264-8498, www.; Bobbi Douglas, Executive Director; hours: 24/7; residential treatment center for men recovering from chemical dependency; provides case management, counseling and group therapy. Turning Point Coalition – 330-264-8498, c/o 104 Spink St., Wooster; Eileen Keller, coordinator; Judy Kropf, chairperson; volunteer organization serving the community of Dalton Local, Green Local and Orrville City School Districts; helping to create a community environment that will keep youth alcohol, tobacco and drug free. Viola Startzman Free Clinic — 1874 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, (330) 262-2500,; John Moritz, Executive Director; call for hours; offers free medical and laboratory testing, medication assistance, dental care and referrals to local physicians for low-income county residents who are uninsured or have no Medicaid or Medicare. Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio — Since 1902 the Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio, a not for profit home based health services organization has been offering the largest scope of services in the state promoting optimal health and independence for those living in local communities (28 Ohio counties). Local staff is dedicated to helping patients in the comfort and privacy of their homes. Whether recovering from surgery, living with a chronic condition, life threatening illness, or in need of assistance with activities of daily living, VNA of Ohio compassionate services include: Home Health Care (medical & surgical nursing, mental health, TeleHealth and rehabilitation services) and Home Assist (skilled nursing, personal care & grooming, medication and disease management, companionship and respite care). For more information contact the Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio, 419-522-4969

Wayne County Community Foundation —517 N. Market Street, Wooster, (330) 262-3877, fax (330) 262-8057; wccf@,; Sara Patton, Executive Director; a tax-exempt community foundation established in 1978 and funded by donations from individuals, families and businesses; these monetary gifts are used for scholarships, community projects and charitable purposes throughout Wayne County; a 17-member board, composed of individuals throughout Wayne County, voluntarily shares its expertise in financial, legal and community affairs. Wayne County Department of Job & Family Services — 356 W. North St., PO Box 76, Wooster; (330) 287-5800; Richard Owens, Director; for assistance with income maintenance; food stamps; prevention, retention and contingency program; employment services; child day care; transportation; Ohio health plans & adult protective services. Wayne County Veterans Service Commission — 356 W. North St., (lower level), Wooster, 330-345-6638, mail@,; hours: weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Larry Watson, director; assists veterans of Wayne County and their dependents. Wayne County Victim/Witness Assistance Program — 115 W. Liberty St., (330) 262-2070, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. After hours call (330) 287-5700; Jill Buchholz Cheek, Program Director; mission is to reduce the trauma of crime by providing information, support and advocacy to victims and their families; ensures sensitive treatment for victims and witnesses throughout the criminal justice process.

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Orrville Today: The 2015 Community Guide  

A guide to services and life in Orrville, Ohio, published by Spectrum Publications, a division of The Daily Record.

Orrville Today: The 2015 Community Guide  

A guide to services and life in Orrville, Ohio, published by Spectrum Publications, a division of The Daily Record.