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  • usually locally we take it to either the pepsi company or shoprite. im not sure if you have shoprite in ohio but the pepsi company will usually cash your recycled cans/bottles. i hope this helps, mkaymichelle :)
  • Go to TALECRIS.COM. There are several centers in Ohio. The own almost all plasma centers in the US. But beware....all plasma centers have a mile radius that the accept donrs from. Most are 100 miles. Call the center before you go and ask the follow questions. 1) How far can I live away 2) How long does it take for APPLICANT donors. All plasma centers ae regulated with the FDA, so they have strict guidlines on who can donate. If you are Diabetic, have a cardiac history, or have a history of sezuires..dont even think about trying. Other than that, it is safe. Have a good well balanced meal before and after, and hydrate yourself before and after. You should have no problem. I know for sure, Canton, Dayton and Youngstown has centers, but I am sure thereis more. Another site to check is: plasmacare.cam Good luck To pay for blood is illegal, only plasma.
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  • From my experience, most donations go to a) churches. Yes, some goes for running the church, but churches also help feed the poor, promote construction projects around the world(yes, with a large dose of preaching involved), and provide assistance in local disasters. If you need a few hundred blankets or meals or pairs of shoes in a hurry, just contact some of your local churches. They also support the Red Cross, salvation army, Fischer Houses, food banks, and many other altruistic causes. Most people I know (and most of them are conservatives) are not big into political donations, except for the NRA. In that case they are investing in protecting their rights. Sorry to burst your bubble, but research does indicate that conservatives do donate more than liberals, and poorer people are more likely to share than the rich. So, instead of sneering at them, congratulate them for their generosity, then get back to disagreeing with them on other issues.
  • Most Mental Health Centers in Ohio have a sliding fee or they will help you apply for a Medical Card to pay for it. Call your local hospital & ask for the number to the Hotline...they can help you. Good luck.
  • Depending on what exactly the problem is, there are all kinds of mental help groups on-line. You can get support from other people who are suffering in the same way... as well, in some cases, you can find therapists and counselors who might be willing to chat with you on-line. Here is one place that offers different services: http://www.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_index... Also, most cities have a Crisis Intervention Center of some sort (check your phone book) and they usually have counseling services either for free or for a rate that is based on your income. If you are feeling suicidal, here is a hot-line you can call, and they, too, should be able to hook you up with affordable help: http://suicidehotlines.com/ Hot-line #'s 1-800-784-2433 OR 1-800-273-8255
  • A lot of areas have assistance programs and mental health often charge on a sliding scale. If you go to a community based center they'll help figure out what you can afford, and then work with you to help determine what if anything you'll have to pay for assistance. Most drug companies have assistance programs so that people who can't afford medicine can get medicine from the drug companies for free.
  • Many mental health centers charge according to your income, so you could pay as little as, like, 5.00, for each visit. Check with Family Services in your area, first. They have a lot of aid to offer you, with groceries, and perhaps actual cash income type things. Also, you can get help on your utilities in your city, if you qualify due to a low income, simply by applying for it. Hope this helps you out, and good luck!
  • you didnt say what exactly is going on so if your suffering from depression and need help I would take vitamins eat a good diet exercise and get out in the sun for a little while each day. The excersie will help increase endorphins and the sun increases seritonin wich if its low makes you depressed. Keep positive things going in your life. But if it is really serious You should really see if you can find one of those free clinics or advice hotlines. Or find a family member or friend who can help you out. Expecially if it is really serious. GOOD LUCK.
  • Look in your yellow pages or in Gov't section of your phone book for your county. Look then under Mental Health Services. Generally each county will have a county mental health services that is free of charge or minimal. Good Luck.
  • go to a public hospital not a private one. before you go call to make certain the hospital is not private. the hospital will have you evaluated for admission. it is very important that you be completely truthful with the interviewer. if you don't need to be admitted you will be directed to a community program that can help you. there are financial assistance program to help with the bills, find you a job and if needed a safe place to live. don't hesitate any longer to get help. if you are in dayton go to miami valley or grandview.
  • Go to a mental health center and they provide services based on one's income. You might not have to pay at all.
  • I live in Ohio, and most health and human resources have places you can contact and get free help. Just contact your closest one and see if they can help you.
  • Go to the Emergency Room if you are in dire medical straits. Go to the County Health Department if it is not an immediate medical emergency.
  • There is a fixed amount that goes to the Conference of the winning school and the Conference of the loosing school. The money does not go to the individual schools; however, there is an exception Norte Dame is in a conference of just one school, so Nortre Dame gets the appearance money directly. The appearance money is evenly distributed among all of the schools in the conference. That money must go into the *general* scholarship fund for each school. Note I said *general* scholarship fund not athletic scholarships and not to the athletics department or to the football program.
  • Itemized? Good luck getting that. I know that you have to pay the stadium operations, game day operations, utilities, cleaning, etc. The profit likely goes back to the athletic department. The band may also get a cut.
  • it goes toward the football program.
  • Western Union is laundring money & manipulating the resources of the workers with high fees
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  • No, the Ohio Lottery was set up by the state to fund schools. Too bad they spend so much of the money that there's hardly any left to go to the schools. I believe it was in the 70s when the Ohio Lottery Commission was first established after being ruled constitutional and passed by popular vote.
  • who do you think would enact the laws that deal with how to fund schools? That is the role of the legislature.
  • My friends fiance is 19weeks pregnant and they just now put her on full bed rest, until she gives birth. Shes only 18 years old and still a senior in high school but she lives with her fiance. The problem is he works a minimum wage job and she isnt allowed working anymore.. Her doctor advises not to go to school as well. We are looking into online schooling through her highschool. The problem is that we dont have money for a computer and we dont know what programs would help us get a computer so she can do school work at home. Is there any kind of womens help organizations or anything in ohio that anyone knows about that may be able to help? Or do u think there is anything with insurance or state money that we could get?
  • My high school had a program for "home bound" students. The teachers would gather their work for the week... and a tutor would bring it to them, administer any tests/quizzes and be there if any help was necessary. I would have her call her school counselor or Principal to ask
  • Typically if you do any sort of homeschooling they will provide you with all the necessary equipment. I would advise talking to the school about it. They would be more likely to have a list of resources for computers and such.
  • For the sake of discussion, I will assume that you're talking about Hollywood, the neighborhood in Los Angeles. Also, you failed to mention your point of origin in Ohio. Thus, I went to Yahoo Maps and assumed that you'd want to start from Steubenville (It worked for Dean Martin.). That gave a disance of 2389 miles each way. If your car averages 25 MPG, you'll use about 100 gallons of fuel for this trip if you don't get detoured anywhwere. That should be about $400, plus the cost of the highway toll in Oklahoma.
  • Where in Ohio are you starting from? What vehicle are you taking? A Honda Civic? Hummer H2? Moving truck? The answer to your question depends on these factors: Your starting point, type of vehicle, distance to be traveled, MPG, food, lodging and other expenses. You can figure this out yourself.
  • Considering not all cars waste the same amount of gas, the money amount is going to be all over the place.
  • Depends on your mileage per gallon. 2000 miles @ 20/gallon = 100 gallons @ #3.75 = $375.00 Adjust for your mileage and price of gas where you are.
  • I don't think so. I would contact the Attorney Generals office in Ohio and ask them. Maybe by telling the escrow company you are going to call will get them to release the money. That happened to us when we moved from Florida. My father n law told them we were calling the attorneys office and wow we had our money in two days.
  • WTF?!? In California, the entire "processing" time would take ZERO days: On the closing day, the deed is recorded with the county and that VERY SAME DAY the funds are disbursed to the seller. (In fact, I don't think they are even allowed to keep the money longer than that). How long it takes from the initial agreement to purchase/sell until the closing date will vary according to the agreement between the buyer and seller. But, once escrow is told to close, that's it and I can't imagine why it would take longer than a day to wrap it up.
  • check with your states real estate department or division. in Nevada the title companies Ive worked with typically take 1- 2 business days after the deed records to pay the seller. Some have taken longer, I wont work with them.
  • You can always make money flipping houses, IF: 1. You know your market intimately. 2. You buy at the right price, preferably from desperate sellers. 3. You can handle most of the refurbishment work yourself. 4. You have a flexible source of funding. 5. You can carry the note until the property sells. 6. You control costs to the penny and have an expert agent on the back end to handle the sales quickly. Now is not the time to get into house flipping if you are not already an expert. The mere fact that you ask the question tells me that you are not. Flipping is risky in a hot market. It's downright financial suicide in a down market for all but the most expert professionals.
  • A couple years ago this would have been a good way to make money, but right now the housing market is WAY down. It's very hard to sell a house for even what it's worth let alone make money from it. You'd be better off waiting till the market improves or if you can afford it pick up some cheap house that you can hold onto until the market improves.
  • Flipping may not be the best route to take right now due to the current market. The best way to make money off a flip is if you can sit on it for awhile and buy the home under market value. If you know people that can remodel the home for less then you'll get more equity out of it as well. Just don't try to buy, fix and sell quickly in this market unless you get the home for a very low cost and then sell to someone else for under market or right at the market cost.
  • SInce the market is down now i don't think that will be best idea, but when the market is booming i think it is great to pursue it....
  • I live in Ohio and have watched reports on this story off and on since it was announced in 2006. He was greedy, plain and simple. He wanted 40% of the money AND paid for his job. No way. He should have taken what she offered and ran with it. He would have been better off. Now all he has is legal bills and a scant amount left, because I believe as a result of all the "noise" about it, the heirs found out and wanted the money. Fools.
  • In general, it is expected that the homeowner owns everying in the house. It appears that the contractor would have no claim on anything found in the house. The homeowner may offer a reward. You would not expect a landscaper to say "Look, I found a dog in my client's back yard. I'll take him home and call him Scruffy."
  • that money belongs to the owner of the house.
  • http://theshadowlands.net/places/ohio.ht... Below is a link to haunted places in Ohio. Good luck.
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