Deanna L. Chase joined the Wood County Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board as the Executive Director in October 2019. Deanna earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling at Bowling Green State University and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervision endorsement. Her 27 years of professional experience prior to this position include working at several not-for-profit agencies in roles as Therapist, Coordinator, and Manager working with people with Substance Use Disorders and Mental Health concerns. Deanna finds inspiration in helping people achieve the best version of themselves through recovery.
Director of Community Programs
Aimee Coe joined the Wood County Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board as the Director of Community Programs in January 2018. Aimee received her undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice and Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling from Bowling Green State University. Aimee has worked in the behavioral health and criminal justice field throughout her career in roles ranging from Investigator, Therapist, Clinical Manager and Director. She has experience in program development and has specialized in substance abuse treatment during her career. Aimee is married, and she and her husband have two active children in the Otsego school district.
Julie Launstein joined the Wood County Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board staff as Fiscal Director in December of 2016. Julie was previously employed with Wood County Department of Job and Family Services for over 14 years. She gained extensive experience in public assistance programs including Medicaid. Her most recent position as Business Administrator provided experience in funding at federal, state and local levels. Julie holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from Madonna University, Livonia, Michigan. Julie is a resident of Pemberville, and has two grown children.
Director of Quality Improvement
Chris Streidl is the Director of Quality Improvement for the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board. Dr. Streidl received his undergraduate degree from the University of Toledo, his Master of Social Work degree from Wayne State University, and his Ph.D. in Social Work with a concentration in administration from Walden University. He has worked in many roles in behavioral health agencies including residential treatment staff, case manager, therapist, supervisor and director. He and his family are residents of Portage.
Criminal Justice & Special Projects Manager
Laura Fullenkamp joined the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services Board as the Criminal Justice and Special Projects Manager in January 2021. Dr. Fullenkamp earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology, Master’s in Community Counseling, and Ph.D., in Counselor Education and Supervision at the University of Toledo. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervision endorsement. Her 15 years of professional experience prior to this position include working with people with Substance Use Disorders, Mental Health concerns, and those with co-occurring criminal justice involvement at several not-for-profit agencies. In addition, Dr. Fullenkamp has also been active in helping others understand and support behavioral health through providing education to those in the criminal justice field.
Human Resources-Accounts Manager
Britni Fackler has been with the Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board since 2006. In 2019 , Britni became the Office Administration Coordinator. She is a graduate of Northwest State Community College and holds an Associate Degree in Office Administration Services. Britni also is a graduate of Bowling Green State University, receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Advanced Technological Education.
Kathryn Shackleton graduated from high school in Delta, Ohio after years of living all over the U.S. from Hawaii to Guam as part of a military family. Next, Kathryn served in the US Air Force for seven years. Kathryn is a graduate of American Military University, with an Associate's Degree in General Studies. She also holds a Career Diploma in Administrative Assistant from Penn Foster Career School. In 2014, she started working in the mental health field and has done so for the last five years.
The Wood County ADAMHS Board is comprised of 18 individuals from Wood County. Members are appointed by the Wood County Commissioners and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.
Ohio statutes specify that the board will include, among others, a psychiatrist, a mental health professional, a person receiving (or having had previously received) services paid for by the public funds, a professional in the field of alcohol or drug abuse services and an advocate for people receiving treatment for alcohol or drug addiction.
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:
- person in mental health recovery
- person in Substance Use Disorder recovery
- immediate family member of someone with a mental illness
- immediate family members of someone with substance use disorders
- a 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 complete the application and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
OhioMHAS Appointment Application
|Frank McLaughlin||Commissioners||Vice Chair
|Leslie Miller||Ohio MHAS||Secretary
|Allan Baer||Ohio MHAS||
|Tonya Camden||Ohio MHAS||
|Rachel Moore||Ohio MHAS||