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The WCADAMHS Board utilizes a stylistic tree with three individuals firmly planted within it, representing Wood County, the growth that behavioral health care can have on individuals, and the importance of community.


WCADAMHS looks to reduce board from 18 to 12 members

WCADAMHS Awards Recognize Power of Gratitude and Community

CRC and Mental Health Board Receive $6.6M for Youth Behavioral Health Crisis Services

Preventative Narcan Vending Machines Installed in 3 County Locations

ADAMHS Board Allocated $13.7M for County Addiction and Mental Health Services

Amanda Kern to Lead County’s Addiction, Mental Health Board


Community Partner News

Toledo City Paper – January 2024 Edition

NAMI Wood County offers Question, Persuade, Refer Presentation

NAMI Wood County Works with Companies to Become StigmaFree on Mental Health

NAMI Wood County to Host Annual Family-Friendly AfterBurn Event in October

Mental Health Conference Looks at Local Continuum of Care

Unison Health’s Crisis Stabilization Unit is Welcome Addition to BG, Wood County