Family Care Ministries Is In The News

We are blessed to receive coverage in the news media - newspapers, magazines, television, on-line publications, blogs and more. Here are links to some of the wonderful things written and said about us and the work that we do.

  • March 30, 2018 on WKBN "First News" - story "Former drug addict finds success through East Liverpool program" where Glen McMillin, Jr. talks about battling drug addiction for 17 years. During the summer of 2017, he had to be revived three times in a six-week span. "The doctors had sat me down and had a pretty sobering conversation with me. They told me they could no longer bring me back," he said. "They wouldn't be able to again. The last time, I believe, it took five or seven shots of Narcan to bring me back." His life completely changed, however, when he met Josh Lytle, the president of Family Care Ministries.

  • March 2, 2018 in "The Morning Journal" of East Liverpool, Ohio - story about the Grand Premier of "Gateway To Hope: Overcoming Heroin" at 7pm on March 16, 2018 at the Main Street Theater in Columbiana, Ohio. The film looks at the lives of addicts, telling how they became involved with drugs, how they hit rock bottom, the rehab attempts they made, and finally, through faith in God and with the help of organizations like Family Care Ministries and people like Josh Lytle, they were able to break their addiction.

  • March 4, 2018 in "The Review" of East Liverpool, Ohio Article about a $1,000 donation from Family Care Ministries getting the ball rolling, a fund-raising campaign for a second K-9 unit has been started by the East Liverpool Police Department.

  • February 12, 2018 in "The Review" of East Liverpool, Ohio At Family Care Ministries on Sixth Street, it isn't uncommon for people to make donations: After all, the facility operates strictly on donations and grants. So when a lady walked into the office recently and said, "I've been praying and have something I want to give you, if you think you could use it." Vice President Josh Lytle said his dad, founder and executive director Donny Lytle, wasn't too surprised but was, as always, grateful to accept any donation. That lack of surprise quickly changed, however, when his dad learned what the donor wanted to give their ministry. "It was her house!" he said with a laugh. "People give us washers and dryers. But this was her house." (click to read the full story)

  • September 7, 2017 in "The Review" of East Liverpool, Ohio Police Chief John Lane reported to city council Tuesday night he had received word earlier in the day that a $50,000 grant had been awarded by the Ohio Attorney General's office to be shared by his department and those in Liverpool and St. Clair townships in creating the Southern Columbiana County Drug Abuse Response Team (DART). He and Service-Safety Director Brian Allen said the money will be used to pay primarily for services rendered by Family Care Ministries, located across the street from City Hall, and New Visions, located at East Liverpool City Hospital. (click to read the full story)

  • June 14, 2017 in "The Review" of East Liverpool, Ohio The ribbon-cutting ceremonies at Family Care Ministries, moving into their new offices at 119 W. Sixth Street in East Liverpool. Among the people attending were East Liverpool Mayor Ryan Stovall, Police Chief John Lane, and Service-Safety Director Brian Allen. (click to read the full story)

  • Menning Photographic Films We are working on a documentary by Menning Photographic Films; here is a trailer.

  • Drug Prevention & Awareness Talk A YouTube video of Josh Lytle speaking at Alliance Christian Center in February 2017.

  • July 24, 2016 in "The Herald-Star" of Steubenville, Ohio Family Care Ministries offers faith, hope and recovery through a non-therapeutic, faith-based counseling model that relies on Biblical principles and is recognized by the state of Ohio. (click to read the full story)