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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.

 


Alcohol and Substance Screening Tool NOW AVAILABLE!

Created in partnership with CHESS Health

The screening tool can be accessed here!

CHESS Health is the leading provider of evidence-based digital health solutions supporting our partners in addressing the individual and societal crisis of substance use disorder. Its solutions span the entire lifecycle of SUD management — from prevention and intervention to treatment and recovery — and amplify the impact of providers, health plans, and governmental and community organizations by extending their reach to meet individuals at moments that matter.


Behavioral Health Professional of the Quarter Nomination

Does someone (case managers, janitors, clinicians, anyone) at our Community Behavioral Health Agencies go above and beyond in their work? Nominate them for Behavioral Health Professional of the Quarter! Fill out the information below and if selected, your nominee will receive a gift from the Wood County ADAMHS Board for their time and dedication.

Don’t wait, nominate today!


Board Member Openings

The Wood County ADAMHS Board is seeking board members with an interest in volunteering to serve their community and those with behavioral health disorders.  

 We are accepting all applications, but have specific needs for:  

  1. Person in mental health recovery 
  2. Person in Substance Use Disorder recovery 
  3. Immediate family member of someone with a mental illness 
  4. Immediate family members of someone with substance use disorders 
  5. Behavioral health professional (cannot work for a provider who contracts with the Board) 

 To be considered, applicants must be a Wood County resident and should EITHER: