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RFS Charitable Foundation Keary Sarabia

Local news articles and interviews about RFS Behavioral Health.


RFS Behavioral Health delivers over 1000 goodie bags to clients to maintain the fun of Halloween during COVID-19


This week, Black and brown men are the target of a forum to help them with their mental health. The National Alliance on Mental Illness wants you to know you are not alone if you are going through a hard time. "Before I became a therapist, mental health was not really talked about. I grew up in the North End, city of Toledo," said Cecil Holston II, a therapist with RFS Behavioral Health.

The Lourdes University athletics department in conjunction with RFS Behavioral Health adopted sponsored four families for the upcoming holiday season.

One of Northwest Ohio's largest mental health service providers for youth is still growing — and hiring — amid the coronavirus pandemic.


RFS Behavioral Health rewards employees for tremendous work during the pandemic.

RFS Behavioral Health partners with Netty's to show employee appreciation during COVID-19.

Agencies look for more funding to address rapidly-growing heroin problem

T.A.C.K.L.E. Program


Northwest Signal

Bahavioral health program coming to Holgate


The Crescent News (Defiance, Ohio)

Holgate Local Schools implements T.A.C.K.L.E. inititive


Building better schools: Team T.A.C.K.L.E.


BCSN Sports Flash

Featuring RFS Behavioral Health President, Keary Sarabia


The Toledo Blade

TPS reduces suspensions, expulsions in 2013-2014 year

T.A.C.K.L.E. program helping high school student athletes succeed


Toledo Public Schools

Pre-season kick off event featured former NFL, OSU stars

Start student-athletes participate in SALS

Woodward High School breaks ground on new stadium


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