Special to The Truth
The Toledo Adult and Youth Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club, Inc. (NANBPWC) bought Joy to the Lucas County Children Services during the first week of December 2021.
African American Dolls were given to the children for their annual Christmas Cheer Program. During Covid-19 and social distancing, this year the dolls were collected by the members of the Toledo Adult and Youth Clubs and delivered by Ethel Scott, the Toledo Club Membership Chair.
Toledo Club President Tyra Smith and the members know how important Christmas is to the children at The Toledo Lucas County Children services. There are boys and girl who have never had the pleasure of playing with African American Dolls and having toys. The Toledo Club of NANBPWC believes that they will help many African American Children have a chance to enjoy their Christmas season
With the COVID-19 pandemic impacting everyday life, we thank you for your continued support and wish you and your community health and peace. Right now, the Toledo Club of NANBPWC, Inc. and the community faces new challenges. As we adapt to these unprecedented circumstances, we’ll continue to serve our communities as best we can. However, in order to ensure the safety of our community and ourselves, we’ve made necessary modifications to our programming that we’d like to share with you.
Please feel free to check out the Lucas County children Service new websites!
Lucas Kids and Adopt Lucas Kids
The Administrative Offices are located at 705 Adams Street, Toledo, OH 43604
Phone: (419) 213-3200, Fax: (419) 327-3291, Switchboard is answered 24/7
To Report Abuse or Neglect :(419) 213-CARE (2273), (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
Foster Care/Adoption Information :(419) 213-3336
Office Hours are Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm
The Lucas County Children Services “MISSION STATEMENT” is as follows.
“Our mission is to lead the community in the protection of children at risk of abuse and neglect. This is accomplished by working with families, service providers and community members to assess risk and coordinate community-based services resulting in safe, stable, and permanent families for children.”
The Vision of the Lucas County Children Services will develop an equitable system of supports and services that ensure all children can be safely protected in their own home or with kin, thereby eliminating the need for long-term substitute care.