Hopewell Health Centers is a nationally accredited federally qualified health and community mental health center with 16 sites across 8 counties in Southeast Ohio (Athens, Hocking, Jackson, Meigs, Perry, Ross, Vinton, and Washington.)
Our philosophy is simple. We believe that the best approach to wellness involves treating both the body and the mind. That’s why we offer a wide range of primary care, behavioral health, and prevention programs and services.
Jackson County is located in the southeastern corner of Ohio in the Appalachian foothills. Our county seat is Jackson and is named for Andrew Jackson, a hero of the War of 1812 who was subsequently elected President of the United States.
Cities include Jackson and Wellston. Our villages are Coalton and Oak Hill. Unincorporated communities include Byer, Ray, and Glenroy. Our county contains the following townships: Bloomfield, Coal, Franklin, Hamilton, Jackson, Jefferson, Liberty, Lick, Madison, Milton, Scioto, and Washington.
Jackson County is served by three public school districts: Jackson City, Wellston City, and Oak Hill-Union Local Schools. Private schools include Sts. Peter & Paul (Catholic) School and Christian Life Academy.
The University of Rio Grande is located in neighboring Gallia County with branch campuses in Jackson, Pomeroy, and McArthur, Ohio University offers campuses in Chillicothe, Ironton, and Athens, Hocking College is located in Nelsonville, and Shawnee State University is based in Portsmouth.