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News & Information from the Coordinators of Logan County Agency Services (COLCAS)

February 01, 2016 - Open Agency

Open Agency Events will be held on April 21st 2016 and November 17th 2016 at 11:30 am-12:30 pm.  Please join local agencies at Union Station for a meal, learn about assistance you may be eligible for, start services you are interested in, and have access to food from  The Second Havest Food Bank. 

- Lo. Co. Health District Immunization Clinics

Lo. Co. Health District office, 310 S. Main St.


Every Thursday morning 9-11, 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month from 2-6 pm.

Shot Clinics are now by appointment, Please call 937-651-6186

Now accepting; Medical Mutual, Aetna, Anthem, Most Ohio Medicaid.

TB testing

Held every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays

9am to Noon  -   1pm to 4pm.


- Logan County Brain Injury Support Group

This is an ongoing support group for individuals, family members,

and friends of anyone who has suffered because of TBI.

Will meet at Mary Rutan Hospital in the North/South confrence room,

The fourth Monday of the Month from 6:30-7:45 pm.  (No meeting in December)

Listen to WPKO for meeting cancelations, or call Mary Rutan 937-592-4015.



COLCAS meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of the month at 11:30.

But we are now going to be meeting at Union Station, 613 Hamilton St.

Old Southeastern School) Bellefontaine. (Parking in rear)

937-210-9220 if need directions.

Feel free to bring your own lunch to the meetings as the format will be the same.

- Community Action address and phone!


Community Action is now at; 1653 US 68 N., Bellefontaine, OH  43311

Phone; 937-404-9203 or 1-800-858-4452.

Serving- Delaware, Madison, Union, Champaign, Logan And Shelby Counties.


- Transportation Options in Logan County

Transportation for Logan County (TLC)- 937-593-0039

RTC- for people with a disability to be transported to and from employment.  937-592-0534

Superior Delivery & Transit- Specialized in non-emergency medical transport and more.  937-935-1267

- Winter Crisis Program November 1st - March 31st

Receive help with paying heating bills when you:

         Are dissconnected or threatened with disconnection

         Have less than a 25% supply of bulk fuel, wood, or coal

         Need help establishing or transfering services


      Below 175% Federal Poverty Level

      Have on the above listed emergencies. 

Contact Community Action at 937-404-9203