The Hancock County Community Partnership is a group of concerned citizens who have come together to focus on the evaluation and promotion of effective prevention programs regarding alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse, and mental health. Since 1990, the Hancock County Community Partnership has adopted existing ways to enhance the quality of life by mobilizing the community and integrating efforts to prevent individual, family, and community problems associated with alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse, and by increasing awareness regarding mental health issues.

The Community Partnership Council consists of:

Appointed Members:

  • Brian Dill, Findlay City Criminal Justice System, Partnership Vice-Chair
  • Tina Verhoff, Family Resource Center
  • Annette Kessler, Hancock County Agency of Aging
  • Craig Kupferberg, Findlay City Schools
  • Mike McGuire, Hancock County Criminal Justice Center
  • John Urbanski, United Way of Hancock County
  • Anne Shiple, Century Health
  • Rick VanMooy, Hancock County Schools
  • Barb Wilhelm, Findlay City Health Department
  • Kimberly Bash, The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation, Partnership Chair
  • Ashley Ritz, Open Arms
  • Karyn Westrick, The University of Findlay
  • Jenn Reese – Blanchad Valley Hospital

At-Large Positions:

  • Debra Arce, St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church – Faith Community

We believe that the efforts of the Hancock County Community Partnership should focus on everyone who lives, works, or plays in Findlay/Hancock County. Please contact us and help build a better community.

Hancock County Community Partnership

438 Carnahan Avenue

Findlay, OH 45840

Phone: 419-424-1985


Partnership Council Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month beginning at 3:00 p.m.

All meetings are held at the ADAMHS Board Office

438 Carnahan Ave., Findlay, OH

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