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Geauga County Board of Mental Health & Recovery Services

The John Murray Center

208 North Hambden Street
Chardon, Ohio
440-286-2588
Megan Thirion, Director

March 2014

Sunday
Monday
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Friday
Saturday

 

 

 

 

 

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Target

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Mentor Mall

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Thrift Shopping

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Grilled Cheese

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Library Day

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Walmart

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Redbox Movie

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$3.00 Steak n' Shake

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Make Your Own Sub

14

Unsloppy Joes

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St. Patty's Day Party

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$2.00 Movies

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$3.00 Chipotle

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Go Nuts for Doughnuts

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Beans

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$3.00 All You Can Eat Pancakes

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March Birthday Party

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Gabrielle Brothers

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Make Your Own Sundae

 

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Little Pizzas

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Mentor Mall

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L = Lunch at Murrays
D = Dinner at Murrays

* If interested in an outing please call or sign up at Murray's. Space is limited.

Schedule
(440) 286-2588
Megan Thirion
Program Director

*New Hours
We are open Tuesday through Friday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Saturdays we will be open 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Murrays will be closed on days we are out in the community.

Employment & Vocational Services

Services offered include activities and therapies which restore and improve a client's ability to function in work settings. The goal of these services is to support the clients ability to perform in the workplace by developing or increasing their knowledge, skills and capabilities.

Ravenwood strongly believes that being employed can significantly increase the potential for recovery.

Supported Employment emphasizes the importance of consumer preferences, a rapid job search, and competitive job goals.

This program is located at the John Murray Center, 208 North Hambden Street in Chardon. Megan Thirion is the Program Manager and Sarah Powell is the Employment Specialist. You may contact the Supported Employment Program at 440-286-2588.

Supported Employment

Job Placement
For individuals who are ready to work - we provide assistance seeking and obtaining employment.
Job Coaching
During the initial start of employment, a job coach provides on-site support and training necessary for the new employee to learn specific job duties, worksite policies, how to get along with other employees and supervisor, and other skills necessary for success.
Community Assessment
Staff work with persons who are contemplating employment to ascertain their readiness, skills, and explore possible employment areas.
Follow Along Services
Regular, monthly follow-up is provided to help assure employment success.
Benefits Counseling
Counseling is provided to help job seekers understand how employment will affect specific benefits.
Job Club
The Job Club helps to provide information, training, and support during all phases of job seeking and employment.


For more information on these programs call:
Megan Thirion, Sarah Powell or Erica at 286-2588

 


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