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Helping to overcome life's

challenges with caring & professional guidance.

By creating an environment that brings hope and improves the quality of life for persons affected by mental illness and substance abuse and promote wellness for all ages through a locally administered and publicly funded system.

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From time to time, nearly everyone needs help–whether it is a brief rough spot, a crisis situation, or an ongoing need. For more than 45 years our community has benefited from mental health and substance abuse services delivered by highly skilled staff.  Our local agencies are nationally accredited and committed to providing the highest level of quality services.

This website is designed to serve as a “one-stop-shop” to connect you to local services as well as informational and educational resources.  If you are unsure how to continue or need more information than what is contained on the website, please call the Hancock County ADAMHS Board at 419-424-1985.

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University of Findlay – Findlay Health Department Partnership

Today, the University of Findlay College of Pharmacy announced a partnership with the Findlay Health Department that will help to establish a community Naloxone program. A financial contribution provided by the College of Pharmacy to the Findlay Health Department will provide for the purchase of Naloxone kits that could potentially
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Cultural Competency Training – Documents Now Available

The documents/handouts presented at the recent Cultural Competency Training, “Trauma and Substance Use Disorders: Connections and Disconnections” (June 25, 2015) are available to download. Please click on the link below: CULTURAL COMPETENCY TRAINING DOCUMENTS

July-August 2015 Edition of “The Highlighter” is Available

Please click below to view the latest edition of the ADAMHS Newsletter, “The Highlighter.”  

William White Interviews Executive Director Precia Stuby

William White, an international leader in Recovery initiatives, recently interviewed Executive Director Precia Stuby regarding local efforts to advance a Recovery Oriented System of Care. The interview, “Innovations in Recovery Management in Hancock County, Ohio” can be found at the link below: http://www.williamwhitepapers.com/leadership_interviews/ or read the interview here.  

ADAMHS Board/Committee Meetings Cancelled for July

ADAMHS Board/Committees will not be meeting in July.  The Board will resume its regular meeting schedule in August.

2015 Hancock County ADAMHS Board Cultural Competency Training – June 25, 2015 – The University of Findlay Alumni Memorial Union
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REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. 2015 Hancock County ADAMHS Board Cultural Competency Training Cathy Cave & Michael Johnan, MA, Presenters Inspired Vision, LLC Thursday, June 25, 2015 – The University of Findlay Alumni Memorial Union – 9:00am-4:00pm This workshop will focus on the intersection of substance abuse and trauma and offer
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2015 Hancock County ADAMHS Board Cultural Competency Training Registration
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