Millstream Prescription Drug Abuse Video Project

Click HERE to view the Millstream Prescription Drug Abuse Video Project!





MAY 10, 2014

Community Medication Collection

Postcard April 26

Host a United Way Community Conversation

Please join the United Way of Hancock County Community Conversation initiative!

“Through our [United Way of Hancock County] strategic plan we are charged with communicating with residents of Hancock County to get their thoughts and perspectives on the issues facing our county. The information we receive will help us to find and address root causes and meet the needs of citizens through our funding.”


United Way of Hancock County Community Conversations

Informational Flyer for Host


ADAMHS Database Update

In order to provide you with up-to-date information, announcements, and news, we are updating our database to ensure we have the most accurate information.  Please take a moment to complete the form below:

ADAMHS Database Update

In the News – Toledo Blade

Click below for the feature story in Sunday’s (March 9, 2014) edition of the Toledo Blade.

“Findlay Grandfather Turns Grief of Grandson’s Death into Anti-Drug Crusade”

Fewer Ohio Kids Abusing Rx Painkillers…

Fewer Ohio Kids Abusing Rx Painkillers, Many Texting & Driving Survey by Ohio Department of Health monitors students’ health risks & behaviors

COLUMBUS—Prescription painkiller abuse by teens dropped nearly in half during the past two years,
according to the Ohio Department of Health’s 2013 Ohio Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS). In 2011,
21.3 percent of students reported using prescription pain relievers or painkillers without a doctor’s
prescription one or more times during their life; in 2013 that dropped to 12.8 percent. The number of
Ohio’s youth who reported using heroin also decreased from 3.1 percent to 2 percent.
“Ohio has made the fight on prescription opioids a priority and it is showing in the choices that our
children are making,” said Lance Himes, Interim Director for the Ohio Department of Health. “While this
is great news, there is still a lot of work to be done in physical nutrition and other risky behavior.”

For the complete news release, click HERE.

ADAMHS Board Committee Meeting Changes

PLEASE NOTE the following changes to the ADAMHS Board Committee Meetings:


The April Governance Committee meeting has been cancelled.

The April Program Committee meeting has been cancelled.


Both committees will meet during the FY15 Allocations Meeting, Friday, April 11, 7:30-9:00am, St. Andrew’s Annex, 214 W. Sandusky St.

Additional Mental Health First Aid Trainings Announced

Please click HERE for information regarding upcoming Mental Health First Aid Trainings



March-April 2014 Newsletter

Click HERE to read the latest edition of The Highlighter.

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