Mental Health Month Challenge – May 2016

Community Mental Health Fund Challenge: Tom Buis, former Hancock County ADAMHS Board Chair, has challenged our community to contribute $5000 in donations to the Community Mental Health Fund during May 2016. If the $5000 goal is met by the end of the month, Mr. Buis will match the contributions with an additional $5000 gift! Let’s work together to build a legacy of hope for those struggling with mental illness.

To contribute to the Community Mental Health Fund, contact the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation (419-425-1100) or click on the link below.

Community Mental Health Fund Online Giving


ADAMHS Staff Present at 2016 National Council for Behavioral Health Conference

The National Council for Behavioral Health held its 2016 National Conference in Las Vegas, NV, March 7-9. Precia Stuby (ADAMHS Executive Director) and Amber Wolfrom (ADAMHS Director of Planning and Accountability Systems) offered presentations on the work being done in Hancock County to address community behavioral health issues.

Precia 1

Hancock County’s work on developing a Recovery Oriented System of Care was presented by Precia during a featured poster presentation. (A copy of the poster can be downloaded here.)

Amber 1

Amber presented on Hancock County’s initiative on Trauma-Informed Care. (A copy of the presentation can be downloaded here.)


The National Council for Behavioral Health is the unifying voice of America’s mental health and addictions treatment organizations. Together with 2,500 member organizations, serving 10 million adults, children and families living with mental illnesses and addictions, the National Council is committed to all Americans having access to comprehensive, high-quality care that affords every opportunity for recovery. The National Council was instrumental in bringing Mental Health First Aid to the USA and more than 500,000 individuals have been trained. In 2014, the National Council merged with the State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS). To learn more about the National Council, visit

Naloxone Community Event

Please mark your calendars and invite others to do the same.

The University of Findlay’s “I Am Enough” student organization has developed this community event which has been embraced by several local agencies, community leaders, and organizations on campus in order to educate as many as possible on this life-saving drug.

Together, we CAN make a difference!

Naloxone Training

ADAMHS Board Opposes Marijuana Legalization

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