News and Information

Funds Available for Community Wellness Efforts

The Hancock County Community Partnership is pleased to make available funds from the ADAMHS Board for local wellness efforts (Hancock County organizations only). These funds may be used to support prevention initiatives that promote the health and safety of individuals and Hancock County communities that focus on reducing the likelihood of or delaying the onset […]

Trauma & Addiction Conference in April

The University of Findlay’s Social Work Program & The Hancock County ADAMHS Board are sponsoring TRAUMA & ADDICTION:  MINDFUL PATHWAYS TO RECOVERY A regional, all-day conference with keynote speaker Dr. Jamie Marich April 29, 2019 For more information, visit the EventBrite page for this conference.  Interested in presenting? If you would like to present at […]

Free Kernels for Life Trainings

Presented by Family Resource Center, Kernels for Life is a two hour training that teaches strategies to improve the cooperation and performance of young people at home and in the community.  The Findlay-Hancock County Public Library is hosting three FREE Kernels for Life training opportunities: January 9, 2019 February 13, 2019 March 13, 2019 Each […]

Press Conference Friday, Oct. 12

Press Conference Friday October 12 City of Findlay Municipal Building Council Chambers 10 am – 11 am The Hancock County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) has been awarded a System of Care Grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) […]

Hidden In Plain Sight

Parents and caregivers often struggle with how to recognize signs and symptoms of drug use and other high-risk behaviors. More importantly, parents often report that they are not equipped with the appropriate tools to be able to effectively address these issues and help their children receive necessary care to prevent serious consequences. This is where […]

Quick Response Team Hotline

QRT HOTLINE: 419-306-6563 Call or Text to be connected with the QRT. The QRT Hotline is confidential. Within 72 hours of an overdose, the Quick Response Team (QRT) will visit with the overdose survivor to help them get connected to treatment and recovery support services. In response to an overdose, the QRT will do the […]