In meetings facilitated by the ADAMHS Board, a community group of experienced physicians, providers, clinicians, policy makers and leaders met to discuss trends in current opioid and heroin use in Hancock County. Based on those meetings, an analysis of individual organizational philosophies, and group refinements the below ” A Shared Philosophy…” and guidelines were drafted for adoption and use in Hancock County.
The Recovery Cheat Sheet is a comprehensive list of support groups and meetings, as well as national and local hotline numbers, and local organizations providing help and guidance to residents of Hancock County.
Produced and distributed by the Hancock County Opiate/Prescription Drug Task Force, “The Treatment Facility Resource List” is a partial list of substance abuse and mental health treatment facilities in NW Ohio.
Hancock County Family First Council “Working together to strengthen Families.” This resource list many community organizations to benefit all members of our community.
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Board Meeting Speaker Resources:
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Trends – Power Point Presentation, Dr. Hash, Psychiatrist, Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio, Inc, October 28, 2014
Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) 101 – Power Point Presentation & Video, Stephen O’Neil, Director of Ohio SBIRT Project, October 20/21, 2014
This SBIRT Whitepaper discusses the evidence supporting the effectiveness of screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) as a comprehensive approach, as well as for the implementation and effectiveness of the individual components of SBIRT for different behavioral health conditions.
Take a look at this Powerpoint entitled Use of SBIRT in Practice by Jason M. Satterfield, PhD: Professor of Clinical Medicine at theUniversity of California, San Francisco
Trauma Informed Care:
Hancock County is currently a Trauma Informed Learning Community. There are many resources available to help discover how your agency, business or organization can become more trauma informed. The following are just a few.
- Prepared by SAMHSA’s Trauma and Justice Strategic Initiative in July 2014 this publication looks at developing a shared understanding of trauma and trauma informed approach to systemic change. SAMHSA’S CONCEPT OF TRAUMA AND GUIDANCE FOR A TRAUMA-INFORMED APPRACH
- Changing Communities, Changing Lives, NCTIC 2012 Report
This is a basic powerpoint to be used in conjuction with the user’s guide to help introduce individuals in a variety of settings on the impact that trauma has on the brain of both children and adults. It is the hope that this will help further the conversation on trauma and help create a more trauma informed state. TRAUMA 101 POWERPOINT and the TRAUMA 101 PPT USER’S GUIDE
Mental Health First Aid:
Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack — even if you have no clinical training — Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health related crisis. In the Mental Health First Aid course, you learn risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction concerns, strategies for how to help someone in both crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help.
Need a quick refresher, or want to know more? Check out the Mental Health First Aid Action Plan.
Hancock County ADAMHS Board Community Plan
Hancock County ADAMHS Board Fiscal Year Annual Reports
Hancock County ADAMHS Board Notice of Privacy Practices
The Community Partnership:
The Community Partnership Strategic Prevention Work Plan
Opiate Task Force:
Hancock County Opiate Task Force Fiscal Year Annual Reports
Click below to read the 2013 School Brochure, created by the Education Committee, provided to all parents of students in grades 6-12 in Hancock County:
Clearing The Haze: A four day perspective series about recreational and medical marijuana in Colorado.
DROP BOX FILES
In The News
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