Volunteers Needed!

The 2016 ADAMHS Levy Campaign Committee is preparing to launch a door-to-door canvass campaign as a final push to “get out the vote” before November 8. We intend to carry out this campaign the last two weekends of the election season (October 29/30, November 5/6). We need your help! We have a target for each […]

Hancock County Team Holds Stepping Up Planning Session with Retired Justice Elizabeth Stratton to Reduce the Number of Persons with Mental Illness in Ohio Jails

On Wednesday, August 10, Retired Justice Elizabeth Stratton and other state officials met in Findlay to lead a group of community leaders through a planning session as part of the Ohio Stepping Up Initiative.   Ohio has joined a growing national effort to reduce the number of persons with mental illness who cycle through county […]

Community Lecture Series Begins August 24, 2016

The University of Findlay College of Pharmacy will offer the community lecture series “Combatting Chemical Dependency: A Community Effort” again this fall. The lecture series will meet on Wednesdays from 6-8pm, beginning August 24, 2016 in the Davis Building, Room 2225. The lecture series will provide an in-depth look into various systems in our community that […]

Findlay’s Focus on Friends Earns National Accolade

Saturday, August 20, 2016 By SARA ARTHURS STAFF WRITER Focus on Friends has been honored on the national level for Recovery Month efforts last year. The nonprofit organization has been recognized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health […]

ADAMHS Welcomes New Board Chairman

The Hancock County ADAMHS Board welcomes John Kissh as its new Chairman. John’s Chairmanship began July 1, 2016 and will continue to June 30, 2017. John previously served as the Board Vice-Chair and has been a very active member during his tenure as a Board Member. John is a retired attorney, originally from White Plains, […]

Family Resource Center Names New CEO

  John J. Bindas Sr. was named as President/CEO of The Family Resource Center of Northwest Ohio and began on June 27, 2016. John has an extensive record of service in non-profit social service organizations and association work.  His prior social service experience includes 16 years with Volunteers of America, Michigan, a $15 million, 300 […]

NAMI of Hancock County Names New Director

  The National Alliance of Mental Illness of Hancock County (NAMI) would like to announce the hiring of a new Executive Director.  It is our honor to welcome aboard Sunny Davis-McNeil.  Sunny is originally from Fostoria, Ohio.  She moved to Findlay in 1999 to begin a new journey.  Sunny’s first stop to starting over began […]