Emergency Contact: 540-965-6537 | Emergency Services: (after 5PM) 1-800-446-0128

Emergency Contact: 540-965-6537
Emergency Services: (after 5PM) 1-800-446-0128


May – Early Intervention Month

Hazel E. Lawler Children’s Center Infant Toddler Program staff promoted May as Early Intervention month by holding a meet and greet at both area libraries.  Flyers went home with k-3rd graders in all area schools and posters were put up around the community to help promote this activity and early intervention.  Additionally, an article was…

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Mental Health Awareness Walk/Lunch Called Big Success

Turnout for the well-advertised May 16 Mental Health Awareness Walk/Lunch exceeded expectations, with nearly 75 participants taking advantage of mild weather to walk through town and enjoy a catered meal at Fudge Street Cafe. There the walkers from AHCS, lngevity Women’s Network, both co-sponsors ofthe event, were joined by members of the public and representatives…

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month!

1 in 5 Americans will be affected by a mental health condition in their lifetime and every American is affected or impacted through their friends and family. Take action today to help others as we fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for equal care.

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04/18/2016 “Smoking Stinks” Fair

AHCS held a “Smoking Stinks” fair at Callaghan Elementary School on Monday, April 18, 2016. The purpose of the fair was to educate students on the dangers of smoking.  A total of 73 students from the 4th and 5th grade classes all signed the Smoking Stinks pledge.  Pictured are 5th graders, along with Mr. Bartley,…

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March 2016 – Above and Beyond Winner – Sheena Jackson

Sheena demonstrates the AHCS mission, vision and core values by modeling the behavior she expects from employees. She promotes community involvement and builds relationships with family members. Sheena organizes many activities and events to include the popular “Family and Friends Dinner” at Merryfield ICF/IID. While doing all of this Sheena exhibits the compassion for residents…

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3/31/16 Kid Pan Alley Concert

The Kid Pan Alley Songwriting Workshop was completed the last day of March 2016.  This has been a year-long process that began in September 2015. The Arts Council combined Alleghany Foundation funding with a partnership with Alleghany Highlands Community Services Board.  Paul Reisler and his assistant  worked in classrooms in the Covington City and Alleghany…

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2013 CARE Spirit Award Recipient

The Board of Directors awarded the CARE Spirit Award to ADAM KENNY, IT MANAGER, at the AHCS’ 30th Anniversary Gala Celebration on October 12, 2013 at DSLCC Armory. This award recognizes an AHCS employee who has made a significant contribution to the benefit of AHCS, an individual or the community and the activity for which…

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2014 CARE Spirit Award Recipient

Amanda Webb, Public Guardianship Director for AHCS, was the recipient of the 4th Annual CARE Spirit Award. This award was presented to Amanda during the Annual Employee Meeting held on September 18, 2014. The award recognizes AHCS employees who demonstrate excellence or exceed their normal job responsibilities. Congratulations to Amanda!

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AHCSB Recognizes Board Members

At the Thursday, November 20, 2014 Board Meeting, the Alleghany Highlands Community Services Board of Directors were recognized for their valuable contributions and outstanding service as part of Board Appreciation Month. Board Members recognized were Teresa Johnson, Chairperson, Robert McCallister, Vice Chairperson, Lisa Hicks, Secretary/Treasurer, Connie Back, Carla Dobbs, Anne Dean, Robert Johnson, Jr., Charlesette…

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