We are here to help
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.
You are invited to participate in a study of substance abuse risk and protective factors as well as trends in drug use among 18 to 25 year olds in Hancock County. I hope to learn without prejudice the protective factors present within the Hancock County community as well as the
Fewer Ohio Kids Abusing Rx Painkillers, Many Texting & Driving Survey by Ohio Department of Health monitors students’ health risks & behaviors COLUMBUS—Prescription painkiller abuse by teens dropped nearly in half during the past two years, according to the Ohio Department of Health’s 2013 Ohio Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS).
PLEASE NOTE the following changes to the ADAMHS Board Committee Meetings: The March Governance Committee meeting has been cancelled. The March Program Committee meeting has been rescheduled to March 21, 2014, 7:30-9:00am.
Please click HERE for information regarding upcoming Mental Health First Aid Trainings
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Board Meeting Minutes & Committee Meeting Reports are available on the ADAMHS Page under the BD MEETING Tab or by clicking HERE.
Residential treatment center plans advance Findlay center will have room to treat 12 substance abusers By RYAN DUNN STAFF WRITER A group of agencies is working to open Hancock County’s first residential treatment center late this year. Renovation work will transform a former cabinet store at 2627 Crystal Ave.
On Thursday, March 27, 2014, the Hancock County ADAMHS Board will host the 2014 Hancock County Peer Leadership Summit: A Visioning Process for a Peer Recovery Support Model for Hancock County’s Recovery Oriented System of Care. This Summit will be led by Beverly Haberle, Project Director for the Pennsylvania Recovery
On Monday, February 24, Governor Kasich presented his State of the State Address. Below is a highlight sheet of significant proposals he and his administration are proposing – particularly relating to behavioral health. SOTS Fact Sheet – Helping Ohioans Most In Need
On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 from 2:00-4:00pm a new community endeavor titled “Helping Hands” will hold its open community meeting at The Dock at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church (800 S. Main St., Findlay). “Helping Hands” is a gathering of local service agencies where community members can be