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LOCAL, STATE, AND NATIONAL AVAILABLE RESOURCES
The Medina County ADAMH Board’s mission is to assure the availability of high quality alcohol, drug addiction, and mental health services to all Medina County residents through planning (assessing needs and resources, and determining priorities); purchasing cost effective services to the extent resources are available; coordinating services; and evaluating these services.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE HEROIN CRISIS, ADDICTION AND RESOURCES AVAILABLE
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Grief Support Group
Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday
3939 Granger Road, Medina
Open to anyone who has experienced a loss due to substance related overdose.
Overdose education and Naloxone distribution program
Tuesdays, 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Medina County Health Department
4800 Ledgewood Drive
Last Thursday of each month, 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
32 Broad Street, Wadsworth
Call 330-723-9688, option 2 for more information
NARCAN TRAINING FOR FAMILIES, CONCERNED CITIZENS & PROFESSIONALS
Mental Health Facts
HELP FOR OPIATE ADDICTION
The Crisis Text Line is a free 24/7 confidential service available via text on mobile devices. Any person may need help in coping with a stressful situation. Crisis Text Line believes that everyone who reaches out for help deserves a human response. No one should feel alone. Crisis Text Line is there any time, day or night, to help those in need.
To use the Crisis Text Line: Text "4HOPE" to 41741 and expect a reply from a trained Crisis Counselor within 5 minutes. The message is confidential, anonymous and secure. Crisis Text Line does not charge if your cell phone plan is with AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint or Verizon and nothing will appear on a phone bill. If your plan is with another carrier, standard messaging rates apply and the short code 741741 will appear on your billing statement.
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WHERE TO SEEK HELP
Read more about Medina County's Living Well Assessment
Opiate response team honored
The Medina County Opiate Response Team is taking its message of treatment and sobriety from the streets to the jail cells.