National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Human Services Center was proud to be part of the 1st annual Crime Victim Rights Community Awareness Day on Sunday, April 7th from 2pm-5pm. The Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County partnered with Krav Defense & Fitness Academy (KDF) to help raise awareness to our community on available resources and local organizations who support crime victims and help eradicate violence in our community! It Takes a Community…#HSCcanehelp

Bowl-a-Thon 2019

Human Services Center is a proud sponsor of the 2019 Bowl-a-Thon hosted by 1-2-1 Mentoring Lawrence County. The event takes place at Colonial Lanes in New Castle on Saturday, 4/6 from 12:30-4:00 PM, and includes an auction, a DJ, and family friendly activities. 1-2-1 is a volunteer program that matches adult mentors with youth between the ages of 6 and 15 who reside in single parent households. It takes a community!!

Lunch & Learn: Healthy Living 101

HSC staff participated in a Lunch and Learn sponsored by their Sanctuary Committee. The way we move, the foods we eat, and our sleeping patterns all influence our mood and mental health…Thank You New Castle YMCA and Michelle Swogger for providing us information on how to improve our overall health…..#HSCcanhelp#ItTakesACommunity

HSC Goes “Blue”

HSC staff goes blue on January 11, 2019 to help spread awareness to end Human Trafficking…#wearblueday#endhumantrafficking…It takes a community…#HSCcanhelp

Pinnacle Partial Staff

Brighter Visions Partial Staff

Psych Rehab and BCM Staff

HSC Nurses and Medical Staff
Clinical and Medical Staff

Crisis and DAC