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• Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio • Rescue Mental Health & Addiction Services • RFS Charitable Foundation • Unison Health • Zepf Center Tourette syndrome is a hereditary neurological movement disorder that is characterized by repetitive motor and vocal tics. Symptoms may include involuntary movements of the extremities, shoulders, and face accompanied by uncontrollable sounds and, in some cases, inappropriate words. Tourette syndrome is neither a progressive nor degenerative disorder; rather, symptoms tend to be variable and follow a chronic waxing and waning course throughout an otherwise normal life span. The specific symptoms associated with Tourette syndrome often vary greatly from case to case. The exact cause of Tourette syndrome is unknown. TRAUMA/PTSD LOCAL RESOURCES • The Center for Child and Family Advocacy • Children’s Resource Center • Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services, LLC • Empowered for Excellence Behavioral Health • Family Service of Northwest Ohio • Genacross Lutheran Services • Harbor Behavioral Health • Kobacker Center The University of Toledo Medical • Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio • Maumee Valley Guidance Center • National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Toledo (NAMI) • New Concepts • ProMedica Behavioral Health Services • ProMedica Toledo Children’s Hospital The Cullen Center • ProMedica Toledo Children’s Hospital Pediatric Psychiatry • Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio • A Renewed Mind • Rescue Mental Health & Addiction Services • RFS Charitable Foundation • Unison Health • Zepf Center Post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD, is among only a few mental illnesses that are triggered by a disturbing outside event, unlike other psychiatric disorders such as clinical depression. Many Americans experience individual traumatic events ranging from car and airplane accidents to sexual assault and domestic violence. Other experiences, including those associated with natural disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes and tornadoes, affect multiple people simultaneously. Simply put, PTSD is a state in which you “can’t stop remembering.” 31
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promedica.org © 2017 ProMedica 1.1968-A.110317.DS ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Service Databases First Call for Help ......................................................... firstcallnwo.org Ohio Mental Health & Addiction Services ..................... mha.ohio.gov United Way 2-1-1 Toledo .............................. referweb.net/211toledo/ Housing St. Paul’s Community Center ......................................... 419-259-4605 Neighborhood Properties Inc. ....................................... 419-473-2604 Legal Advocates for Basic Legal Equality Inc. (ABLE) ............. 800-837-0814 Lawyer Referral Service .................................................. 419-242-2000 Legal Aid Line ................................................................ 888-534-1432 Support Agencies Ability Center of Greater Toledo ................................... 419-885-5733 Area Office on Aging ..................................................... 419-725-6963 Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities ...... 419-380-4000 Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Lucas County ............................................................. 419-213-4600 Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention Adelante ........................................................................ 419-244-8440 Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Programs (UMADAOP) .................................. 419-255-4444 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Ohio ............. 419-243-4600 Swanton Area Community Coalition ............................. 419-826-1222 Sylvania Community Action Team (SCAT) ..................... 419-824-8588 The Learning Club of Toledo ......................................... 419-360-2842 Bullying Prevention
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