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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 save nearly 25 lives. For additional information, click below to read comments made by Deborah Parker, Dean of the College of Pharmacy at the University of Findlay:

University of Findlay Press Event Statement

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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:


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

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


July-August 2015

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:

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


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 healing that incorporates strength-based, trauma-informed, and culturally responsive principles into substance abuse services.

All community members and professionals are encouraged to participate in this valuable learning experience.

Registration Fee: $15.00 (Payment must be received by June 24, 2015 to participate in this training.)

Registration Fee may be sent to Hancock County ADAMHS, 438 Carnahan Ave., Findlay, OH 45840

A continental breakfast, lunch, and beverage service will be provided. Lunch will include: Turkey & Swiss on Whole Wheat, Seasonal Fresh Fruit Salad, Cookie, and Soft Drink.

CEUS will not be provided at this training.

Click HERE to access a full description of workshop activities and presenter biographies.

Click HERE to access a the workshop announcement flyer.

2015 Hancock County ADAMHS Board Cultural Competency Training Registration

May-June 2015 Newsletter Now Available!

The May-June 2015 edition of The Highlighter, the newsletter of the Hancock County ADAMHS Board is available HERE

April 10, 2015 Mental Health First Aid Training – Registration Closed

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.

April Edition of The Highlighter is Available

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:

April 2015

April 2015

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