The Hive Community Resource NeedsProject led by Integrated Services for Behavioral Health
About the project.
The Hive of Nelsonville received a capital grant from the Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services for the creation of a resiliency center targeting Nelsonville youth, their households, and their caregivers. This grant allowed Integrated Services for Behavioral Health to purchase and rehab the building at 85 West Columbus Street, Nelsonville, for the sole purpose of youth engagement. Your support will help provide needed materials such as Chrome Books/pc and printers, additional kitchen furnishings such as stove hood and food prep tables, exterior safety cameras, and lego building stations.
FAO staff comments.
The Hive of Nelsonville serves as a pillar of the local community, engaging with youth of all ages. This project would provide the Hive with much-needed new equipment and materials for their new space, so they can expand offerings and focus on the youth they serve.