BAYSHORE

COUNSELING SERVICES

Serving Erie & Ottawa county

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Serving Erie and Ottawa Counties at two locations

1634 Sycamore Line
Sandusky, Ohio 44870
419.626.9156
fax 419.621.0099

Monday through Friday

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 
Other times by appointment or special program.

304 Madison Street
Port Clinton, Ohio 43452
419.734.5535
fax 419.734.5536

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“Behind every young child who believes in himself is a parent who believed first.”

PARENTING & PREVENTION
Bayshore's Prevention department is busy doing planned activities, presentations and parenting classes in the Erie and Ottawa schools and communities. 

Prevention is planned strategies and activities designed to reduce the risk of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use as well as mental health issues in an age appropriate manner. Prevention operates by using a risk/protective factor theory and the theory of asset development.

We offer evidence based and best practice programs such as Stop Bullying Now, Life Skills and the Dina Dinosaur Program in the Erie and Ottawa County schools. Also prevention offers the POWER program to schools delivered in classrooms, small groups and

one-on-one and includes presentations on anger management, conflict resolution, decision making, how to recognize and handle our feelings and dating violence information. We work with the schools to offer a variety of presentations to meet their needs.

Bayshore offers parenting programs such as Put Parenting First and 1-2-3 Magic. The schedule of classes for Put Parenting First in Erie County and how to sign up are attached. If interested in Put Parenting First in Ottawa County please call Donna Kelley at Bayshore Counseling.

Bayshore also received a grant for Early Childhood Mental Health called Whole Child Matters. This grant involves children from three to six years old. Through this grant Bayshore has an ECMH consultant in one school in Erie County and one school in Ottawa County. The consultants will offer screenings, interventions and home consultation to engage parents of children who may be struggling with classroom behaviors. Through collaboration with school administration, staff and referral sources, the goal is to reduce behavior referrals and increase student's time in the classroom exhibiting appropriate and productive behaviors.

Bayshore also provides Early Childhood Mental Health services which are classroom observation and home visits to parents of three to seven year olds in Erie and Ottawa Counties. This is provided through referral sources and self-referral. Please call Bayshore Counseling Services if interested and ask for Sara Stahl.