Ashtabula County Opiate Summit

Save The Date
October 14, 2016 @ 8am-3:45pm
Sponsored by Signature Health

What is the Ashtabula County Opiate Summit?

An annual event focused on helping educate Ashtabula County on the impacts of the opiate epidemic, and what we can ALL do to be a part of building a stronger, safer community. This year’s theme is “Refocusing the Lens”. We’d like to help shift the perception of this problem away from the hopelessness and negative and toward the possibilities and potential that exist within our neighborhoods.

Who is invited?

EVERYBODY! We welcome anyone interested in learning and being a part of the solution. In the past, we've had attendees who were concerned citizens, educators, friends and family of individuals suffering from addiction, elected officials, treatment professionals, attorneys and Judges, members of the faith-based community, and representatives from almost every profession imaginable. If you care about Ashtabula County, this event is for you!

When and where is this year's Summit?

The 5th Annual Ashtabula County Opiate Summit will be held on Friday, October 14, 2016 from 8am-3:45pm, at Lakeside High School in Ashtabula, Ohio.

Where can I get more information?

Call Kaitie Park, Ashtabula County Prevention Coalition Coordinator, at (440)992-3121 or e-mail her at ashtabadkp@suite224.net.

What else do I need to know?

We'll have many options for learning at this year's Summit! Lunch, CEUs & CEUs for Educators, are included, as well as raffles! 
We are also working on having RN Credits, and CLE Credits available, too!

Speakers about:

  • The connection between trauma and addiction
  • Self-care for everybody
  • The statewide perspective on stigma and drug abuse 

Educational sessions about:

  • The community impact of the epidemic
  • Drug use trends within Ashtabula County
  • Self-care for treatment professionals
  • Losing a loved one to an overdose
  • The science of optimism
  • Naloxone/Narcan

Click here to download the 2016 Opiate Summit Vendor Registration
http://www.signaturehealthinc.com/Portals/0/2016 Opiate Summit Vendor Registration.docx?ver=2016-08-30-152628-280

2016 Golf Outing

On Sunday August 21, 2016, Signature Health held its 5th Annual Golf Outing at Powderhorn Golf Course. With over 80 people in attendance, it was the largest outing that Signature Health has ever had. The guests enjoyed an 18-hole golf course, gifts, and a delicious steak dinner. 

Signature Health has already scheduled its 6th golf outing, which will be Sunday August 20, 2017.

The 5th Annual Golf Outing was sponsored by:

Lake County NAMI Walk

On Saturday August 20, 2016, Signature Health was proud to sponsor a successful start-to-finish walk for NAMI Lake County. Over 200 people came together to walk on this fun and eventful day. Signature Health nurses provided free blood pressure and Diabetes screenings for everyone who came. Thank you to all who attended this great event, and we're looking forward to next year!



Waldameer Picnic

It was a beautiful weekend here in Northeast Ohio, as it was in Erie, Pennsylvania! Saturday august 6, the Signature Health staff and their families had their annual picnic at Waldameer Park in Erie, a day full of fun, food, rides, entertainment, and swimming! It was the busiest day of the year for the amusement park! Thank you everyone for coming and we look forward to our picnic next year! 

Mall Walk

Walking to a
Healthy You

Tuesday, August 16
1:30 - 2:45 p.m.
Great Lakes Mall, Mentor

Please meet in front of Sears (inside the mall) at 1:30 p.m. wearing comfortable tennis shoes and with a bottle of water. 
We will start walking at 1:45 p.m.

Remember to eat a healthy breakfast and lunch before coming!
Please RSVP by calling Kelly at 
440-953-9999   Ext. 145 

Wellness Group

Take Charge of Your Health and Well-Being: Depression and Anxiety

Thursday, August 18
1:30 – 3:00 p.m.


Learn about depression and anxiety, and how lifestyle choices influence them.


Room 113


* A healthy snack will be provided. *


No referral needed. Just show up ready to learn and focus on a healthy lifestyle!


Any questions, please call
Kelly at 440-953-9999 Ext. 145.


5th Annual Golf Outing

On Sunday August 21, 2016, the Signature Health Foundation will be hosting its fifth annual golf outing at 

Powderhorn Country Club
3991 Bates Road
Madison, Ohio

The event will feature many interesting opportunities for golfers to win prizes throughout the course. We will serve hot dogs and chips with a delicious steak dinner at the end of the day, as well as a Chinese auction and much more.

The Golf Package Includes
18 holes of golf plus cart
Arrive at 12:00 pm 
Start time 1:00 pm 
Hot dogs and chips at the turn 
Pop, water, and beer 
Cost per golfer is $100.00 and includes steak dinner 
$25.00 / person for steak dinner only

Click below for more information as well as registration 

Positive Living Group

A supportive environment for anyone living with HIV

Please Join Us:
On the first and third Thursday of the month at noon:
Painesville Office 
462 Chardon Street 
Painesville, Ohio 44077 

On the second and fourth Thursday of the month at noon: 
Ashtabula Office 
4726 Main Ave.
Ashtabula, Ohio 44004 

A light lunch will be served at both locations

To RSVP or for more information contact: 
Kristin Ziegler Alban | 440-785-5736

Wellness Group

Yoga and Relaxation

Tuesday, July 26

1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Room 113 in Willoughby

 

Remember to eat a healthy breakfast and lunch before coming!


A limited number of spots are available, so please RSVP by calling 

Kelly at 440-953-9999   Ext. 145 


*Please also mention if you will be using your own mat, or need to borrow one.*


Senior Citizen Prom

On Friday June 17th Signature Health Ashtabula hosted the Ashtabula County Senior Citizens Center’s “Senior Prom” in the ballroom. Over 100 seniors enjoyed an evening of good food, dancing and door prizes. Many of the party-goers shared stories about the former Ashtabula Hotel. Several couples got married there, a few worked there and some had their high school senior prom there. When the music started the dance floor was full, one lady was even in her wheel chair. All were dressed up with a couple of guys even wearing tuxedos. It was truly a night to remember and we are already waiting for “Senior Prom 2017”.