Our Mission

The Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board advocates, plans, develops, funds, manages and evaluates community-based mental health and addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery services to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Wood County.

Provider Staff Spotlight

The Wood County ADAMHS Board is excited to introduce the Provider Staff Spotlight! Each quarter the ADAMHS Board will recognize a provider staff member for going above and beyond. Think you know someone that fits the description? Use this form to nominate a star staff member.

Job Opening – Coordinator of Strategic Initiative

Wood County, Ohio ADAMHS Board

The Wood County ADAMHS (Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services) Board of Wood County, Ohio is seeking applications for the position of Coordinator of Strategic Initiatives. The ADAMHS Board office is located in Bowling Green, Ohio.

The position requires, at minimum, four years of experience in appropriate discipline with experience in communications, journalism, marketing and the alcohol, drug addiction, or mental health field.  Benefits offered are competitive.

The selection process includes job interviews, reference and background checks as well as other appropriate job screening methods.  All resumes, references and salary requirements should be submitted no later than 4:00 PM, on May 24, 2022, to Britni Fackler at bfackler@wcadamh.org. The Wood County ADAMHS Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Description

Application for Employment

COVID Response from the ADAMHS Board

With all the changes in our way of life put in place to protect our physical health, we know this is very trying on mental health and substance use disorders. Many people who have never struggled with feelings of anxiety and depression are experiencing them for the first time. Our Providers are still hard at work and want to help! Click on Programs & Resources to get connected. 

The COVID CareLine is a new, toll-free number and emotional support call service created by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Behavioral health professionals will staff the CareLine from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days/week. They will offer confidential support in times of personal crisis when individuals may be struggling to cope with current challenges in their lives. After 8 p.m., the CareLine will forward to the National Suicide Prevention Helpline, allowing those calling to have access to someone 24 hours/day. Call 1-800-720-9616. Additional information on the State’s response to Covid19 can be found at: http://coronavirus.ohio.gov/