Drug-Free Workforce Community Initiative – Technical Assistance Course

Download the FACT SHEET. FACT SHEET: TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE COURSE THE PROBLEM: “WE CAN’T FIND WORKERS.” Finding healthy, drug-free workers is difficult for many companies in our community – in part, due to the fact that job seekers and employees are failing drug tests at a record-setting number. In response, Hancock County has joined forces with […]

Hancock County Sheriff Receives Distinguished Leadership Award

On January 31, 2017, the Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities, which represents Ohio’s Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Boards, held its annual Legislative Day. This event was designed to convey how through collaborations and partnerships, Ohio’s ADAMH Boards are leading efforts to develop Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care. During the luncheon, OACBHA presented […]

Drug-Free Workforce Business Survey Now Live!

In an effort to address the safety and economic threat of substance use in the workplace, Hancock County ADAMHS recently partnered with the Findlay-Hancock County Chamber of Commerce and Working Partners® to launch the Working Partners® Drug-Free Workforce Community Initiative. A critical element of this Initiative is the collection of data to assess business perceptions, […]