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.
May is Mental Health Month
Check out the video and click the banner below to visit the Mental Health America Website
I AM ENOUGH
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 a foundation to support
The May-June 2015 edition of The Highlighter, the newsletter of the Hancock County ADAMHS Board is available HERE
The April 2015 edition of The Highlights, the newsletter of the Hancock County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services, is now available. Click on the picture below:
The first part in a series on addiction, Addiction: Heroin and Pills, is a documentary produced by WBGU, Bowling Green, Ohio, focusing on the epidemic in Northwest Ohio. Our local efforts in Hancock County have contributed to this series. The video can be accessed HERE.
Registration for the April 10, 2015 Mental Health First Aid Training has reached capacity and is closed. Registration is still open for the September 2015 course.