Welcome to Wood County ADAMHS
The primary role of the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board (WCADAMHS Board) is to plan, fund and monitor services for people with serious and persistent mental illness and alcohol and other drug addictions throughout the county. To keep the public well informed of the Board’s role in the community mental health and addiction recovery system, we share vital reports, links, that convey responsibilities, strategies, and financial accounting of programs offered by our contract providers.
The Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board and its member agencies are committed to providing the community with the highest quality of care. Most services offered are partially supported by Wood County levy funds and are accessible to all residents. Some services are provided, without cost, while others have a fee based on ability to pay.
Mission, Vision and Values
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.
We will expand quality, mental health and addiction services for Wood County consumers during a time of health care transitions.
- Purposeful Communication
These are the approved bylaws of the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (WCADAMHS) Board. To read this document, please click on the link below.
These are the policies that govern the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (WCADAMHS) Board. To review the documents, please click on the links below.
|FY2016-10||Policy 1: Resolutions of the Board||View Policy|
|FY2016-9||Policy 2: Contracts and Agreements||View Policy|
|20150323-4||Policy 3: Staff Compensation||View Policy|
|FY2016-60||Policy 4: Request for Funding||View Policy|
|FY2016-61||Policy 5: Board Fund Balance||View Policy|
|FY2016-62||Policy 6: Succession Planning||View Policy|
|FY2016-63||Policy 7: Inspecting Mental Health Residential Facilities||View Policy|
|FY2016-64||Policy 9: Health Officer Designation||View Policy|
|FY2016-65||Policy 10: Public Records and Retention||View Policy|
|FY2016-66||Policy 11: Sunshine Law Compliance||View Policy|
|FY2017-23||Policy 12: Amendment to Approved Fiscal Year Budget||View File|
|FY2016-67||Policy 13: Support Groups/Mini Grants||View Policy
MINI GRANT FORM
|FY2016-68||Policy 14: Civil Rights||View Policy|
|FY2016-69||Policy 18: Capital Projects Funding||View Policy|
|FY2018-31||Federal Funds-Cash Management||View File|
|FY2018-32||Federal Funds-Cost Principles||View File|
|FY2018-33||Federal Funds-Internal Controls||View File|
|FY2018-34||Federal Funds-Procurement||View File|
|FY2018-30||Food Purchasing||View File|
|FY2020-33||Reserve Fund Balance||View File|
|FY2019-44||Credit Card Policy||View File|