ADAMH BOARD NEWS
STAY UP TO DATE WITH THE MEDINA COUNTY ADAMH BOARD
ADAMH SUPPORTS ROBBY'S VOICE RECOVERY CENTER
DRUG OVERDOSES CONTINUE TO PLAGUE COUNTY
Health and law enforcement task forces aim to slow opiate epidemic.
The Post
BRUNSWICK PANEL LOOKS FOR ANSWERS AS OVERDOSE NUMBERS CONTINUE TO CLIMB
A panel in Brunswick discusses a growing opioid epidemic in the community June 21.
Cleveland.com
MEDINA COUNTY ADDICTION BOARD SWITCHES AGENCIES FOR
TREATMENT SERVICES
The Medina County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board announced Friday that it is not renewing a contract with Solutions Behavioral Healthcare Inc.
Medina-Gazette.com
The Medina County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board is offering its support to the new Robby’s Voice recovery center in the city.
Medina-Gazette.com
ADAMH BOARD TAKES PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES AMID STATE BUDGET TALKS
As Ohio considers postponing a Medicaid initiative, the Medina County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board is preparing for the possible delay in reimbursement from the state for fiscal year 2018.
Medina-Gazette.com
MEDINA COUNTY OPIATE TASK FORCE HOLDS SECOND MEETING
MEDINA COUNTY OPIATE TASK FORCE FORMED TO TACKLE EPIDEMIC
Reported drug overdoses in Medina County are on pace with last year, and officials say they are especially watching what will happen from July through September.
Medina-Gazette.com
FUNDING FOR DRUG TESTING IN PLACE AT MEDINA SCHOOLS
PARTNERS TO SERVE KIDS' MENTAL HEALTH
The Medina County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board is partnering with Child Guidance & Family Solutions to provide early childhood mental health services in the county.
Medina-Gazette.com
LOCAL RESOURCES GROW TO FIGHT OPIOIDS
In effort to prevent drug-related deaths, and provide support and resources for victims and their families, Medina County leaders came together earlier this year to form a county opiate task force, and eight months later, the force is seeing progress.
Medina-Gazette.com
The Medina County Alcohol, Drug, Addiction and Mental Health Board has once again agreed to fund drug testing at Medina High School for the 2017-18 school year.
Medina-Gazette.com
Medina County leaders are taking a new approach in fighting the heroin/opiate epidemic that claimed the lives of 34 residents last year in the county.
Medina-Gazette.com
MEDINA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT LAUNCHES PROJECT DAWN
NEW TASK FORCE TACKLING DRUG ABUSE
Coalition hopes to coordinate efforts to stem overdoses in Medina County
The Post
The Medina County Health Department has launched Project DAWN to provide education and distribute life-saving Naloxone to families and friends of people using heroin and other opiates.
Cleveland.com