NOTICES


AL-ANON is for non-alcoholics who have an alcoholic as a friend or family member and would like to learn about the disease. Meetings are free and anony-mous. Mondays 7:30-8:30 p.m. Saint Marys Nazarene Church, 310 Indiana Avenue, Saint Marys (enter back doors, upstairs to left). Thursdays 7:30-8:30 p.m. Spirit-ual Center (Monte-zuma Annex), 6731 State Route 219, Mon-tezuma. Fridays 7:30-8:30 p.m., Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Coldwater (basement enter at rear).



ATTENTION!
Need information on where to go to get help in our com-munity? Call OUR HOME FAMILY RE-SOURCE CENTER at (419)586–HOME (4663) or stop in at: 117 West Fayette Street in Celina. Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.



DRUG ENFORCEMENT
HOTLINE
Report illegal drug activity, all calls are confidential and may be reported anony-mously. Information is relayed to local law enforcement agen-cies for investigation. Calls may also be made to local agen-cies. 1-800-282-DRUG (3784). Office of the Ohio Attorney Gen-eral, Celina Police Department (419)586–2345.



For information on Alcoholics Anony-mous call: (419)378-4962. All calls are confidential.
www.aaohio-triarea.org



HELP FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS 24 HOURS A DAY. Family Crisis Net-work's 24 hours, 7 days a week hotline is open for you. We have a wide variety of free immediate and long term services for you: Emergency shel-ter, court advocacy, peer counseling, safe-ty planning and more. PLEASE CALL: (419)586-1133.



Narcotics Anonymous. Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church, North Main, Celina. 7:30 p.m. Monday and Thursday.



Offering Supervised Visitations. RAFT Program (Reaching and Assisting Fam-ilies in Transition), 117 West Fayette Street, Celina, Ohio. (419)586-4663, exten-sion 1006.