Community & Economic Development
Public infrastructure financing, planning, data analysis, research, and other technical assistance to local governments.
Aging & Disability
Programs, services, and case management focused on keeping elders and those with disabilities in their homes.
Transportation planning and outreach services focused on improving the transportation networks serving our citizens.
Mapping & Data
Data research and analysis as well as GIS and GPS mapping services.
Formed in 1968 as a voluntary organization made up of representatives of local governments in Southeastern Ohio. Local Development Districts were formed to provide technical assistance to communities working to secure state and federal resources to help improve the lives of local residents.
Representing Southeastern Ohio
Cities and Villages
Citizens Working For Citizens
Years of Service
A Legacy of Cooperation and Assistance
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2016 Buckeye Hills Annual Report
The annual Buckeye Hills Regional Council River Boat Cruise is a gathering of community and economic development, transportation and aging and disability program leaders and policymakers from across the region. In addition, local, state and federal legislators and program funding representatives join including county commissioners, mayors, township trustees and a wide number of service[…]
It’s a beautiful time of year for shopping at local farmers’ markets – like this one – The Bushel Basket farm owned by Brian and Frankie Silvus located at 2600 State Route 83 in Beverly! Just a reminder to seniors enrolled in the region’s Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program that the[…]
Buckeye Hills Regional Council Offers Medicare Resources Every eight seconds someone becomes eligible for Medicare. According to a recent Medicare Made Clear survey, one in five Medicare beneficiaries describes Medicare as confusing; most adults can’t identify what Medicare Parts A, B, C and D cover and 70% of baby boomers describe their understanding of[…]
Ohio Home Energy Assistance Program applications are now available. Call us at 1-800-331-2644 for details or contact your local community action program. HEAP provides a one-time annual benefit to your main heating source account. Learn more! To apply for the program, customers are required to schedule an appointment with your local Community[…]
Attention Water Systems: Check out the following webinars offered by RCAP on new Asset Management system requirements!! Download a flyer!
PASSPORT consumer, Ralph Griffith (shown center) credits his Interim Home Health Nurse, Kira Brooks, LPN, (at left) and the Buckeye Hills Home Modification program coordinator, Joe Gage, for helping keep him at home, where he prefers to be. Nestled in the beauty of the Hocking Hills near Logan, Ralph Griffith is at home where he[…]
Natural Resources Assistance Council Informational Session Round 12 Clean Ohio Funding (over $2M in funds available) The District 18 Clean Ohio Natural Resources Assistance Council will be holding an informational session at Buckeye Hills Regional Council, 1400 Pike Street, Marietta, OH, on Weds. Sept. 13 at 4 p.m. to inform the public of the funds[…]
Donate today! Your donation (of any amount) can help provide services and supports to seniors in need across 8 counties in Southeast Ohio. Online: Go Fund Me or by mail: 1400 Pike St. ~ Marietta, OH 45750 $50 will sponsor 1 of the 500+ seniors in Southeast Ohio on the current waiting list for Senior[…]
(Marietta, OH) – Buckeye Hills Regional Council has launched its Population Health Division to serve individuals across the 8-county region. Population health management is an approach that aims to improve the health of an entire population. It consists of three components including health outcomes, patterns of health determinants, and evidence-based interventions. “The Buckeye Hills Regional[…]
Local Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program Advocates Honored The Ohio Department of Aging and Ohio’s State Long-Term Care Ombudsman program recently honored program advocate volunteers across the state for their service. From the Buckeye Hills Regional Council area, Jim Schultz was honored for 223.9 hours of service last year. Jim lives in Nelsonville and volunteers at[…]