Kelsey Scanlan

Working with all types of individuals is one of the things Kelsey Scanlan likes about being at Rocking Horse Community Health Center. Kelsey is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a graduate of Ohio State University and Wright State University where she earned her Master's degree. Kelsey worked at Medvet Medical Center as an Animal Aide in the surgery department before coming to Rocking Horse Center in 2016. Kelsey's professional interests include, working with LGBT individuals and integrating meditation and mindfulness into practice. When she's not seeing patients, she enjoys spending time with her two cats and dog, painting and watching comedies.

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$175K grant will increase addiction care at Springfield health center

Date: October 02, 2017

A $175,000 federal grant will allow a local clinic to integrate mental health and substance abuse treatment services into its patients' care to help battle the opioid crisis in Springfield, leaders said.

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Rocking Horse to fill gap, serve Clark County kids with no dental care

Date: July 19, 2017

Rocking Horse Community Health Center intends to open a wing at its South Limestone Street center in September to offer dental care predominately to local children.

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