Braxton County Memorial Hospital

The borrower was seeking funding for the purchase and installation of a software system used across the entirety of their parent institution. Funding assisted in allowing the existing facility to become part of the parent institution.

Summersville Regional Medical Center

The borrower was seeking funding for the purchase and installation of a software system used across the entirety of their parent institution. Funding assisted in allowing the existing facility to become part of the parent institution.

Mondo Polymer Technologies

The borrower was seeking funding to expand their facility. The expansion allowed for production on a larger scale.

Children’s Museum

The project renovated approximately six thousand (6000) square feet of formerly commercial space into a community needed “children’s museum”/ learning zone. The intent was to use resources that total over one million dollars in capital to create a space that children within the community can use comparable to COSI in Columbus and useful to the […]

D W Swick-Nelson Funeral Home

The borrower was purchasing assets and property of (3) same-service facilities. Without the purchase by the borrower, the facilities and their jobs could have been lost.

Roosters Wings

The borrower was seeking funding for the establishment of a chain restaurant. The existing (non-chain) restaurant was slated to close.

Ohio Valley Stave, Inc

The NMTC supported the expansion of a mill site for Ohio Valley Stave, adding a new milling line to the current manufacturing operations.

St. Margeret’s House

The NMTC supported start up costs and business expenses for a 24 hour clinically monitored Residential Rehabilitation program for adult men dealing with substance abuse disorders.

Compass Community Health

The NMTC financed the remodeling of a building to fit the needs of an outpatient facility whose mission is “to support and assist individuals who are experiencing distress in their lives and assist people to recover from substance abuse disorders.” The facility expects to have 13,000 visits annually in the epicenter of Ohio’s opiod epidemic.

Ronald McDonald House Cleveland

As the number of families with children needing Cleveland-area pediatric medical care continues to grow, Ronald McDonald House Cleveland (RMH) has been unable to keep pace with demand for their low-cost residential and supportive services – turning away some 600 families each year due to lack of available rooms. An $11.2 million, 20,000 sq. ft. […]