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ADAMH Community Mini-Grants
The ADAMH Board of Franklin County is now accepting applications for community mini-grants. We will consider proposals for events and special projects that align with our funding priorities.
For a full list of our funding priorities and grant requirements please review the2013 ADAMH Community Mini-Grant Overview and Application for more information.
2013 ADAMH Annual Awards
Each year at our annual meeting, the ADAMH Board of Franklin County recognizes members of the community who have been exceptional in helping others find their path to recovery. ADAMH is currently accepting nominations for three award categories. The award categories are the: Randall M. Dana Award of Excellence, the Barry Mastrine Award, and the Art Lynn Consumer & Family Advocate Award
Meet Our Providers
ADAMH contracts with more than 30 local agencies you know and trust. These community not-for-profit agencies provide quality mental health and alcohol/drug addiction treatment services on a sliding scale fee, so regardless of income, you can receive the help you need.
Our mission is to improve the well-being of our community by reducing the incidence of mental health problems and eliminating the abuse of alcohol and other drugs in Franklin County.
Hello My Name is…
ADAMH is excited to launch our new community education campaign. Watch our television spot and get to know Deidra, Ron and Lutrecia!
Needs Assessment Request for Proposals
ADAMH is requesting proposals to conduct a comprehensive study for assessing mental health and alcohol and drug addiction treatment and prevention service needs for uninsured people in Franklin County. To view the RFP, please click here. You can also read some frequently asked questions here. The deadline to submit a proposal is Friday, December 6 at noon.
Experts from the ADAMH System of Care answered viewers’ calls during the evening newscast on Thursday, November 14. All week 10TV featured stories about issues teens and their parents face. The topic on Thursday evening was drugs.
The experts were from Columbus Area Integrated Health Services Inc.; Columbus Public Health, Maryhaven and UMADAOP.
ADAMH Annual Meeting
Fall foilage and autumn weather greeted more than 150 guests at the 2013 ADAMH Annual Meeting on Wednesday, October 23 at the Grange Insurance Aubudon Center. Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services Director Tracy Plouck was the keynote speaker. Dr. Tamara Davis, ADAMH Board of Trustees Chair, presented the director with a resolution for her leadership and advocacy efforts to pass Medicaid expansion. Director Plouck shared some remarks on the importance of Medicaid expansion as well as some of the department’s upcoming policy initiatives, including expanding sober housing.
Award winners were also recognized at the meeting. The recipients were: Jeannette Limoli (Randall M. Dana Award of Excellence); Heather Detwiler (Art Lynn Consumer and Family Advocate Award); Steve Polovick (Barry Mastrine Award); Erich Petrella (Tom Ramseyere Memorial Scholarship) and Carla Eiterman (William B. George Memorial Award).
Photo (Left to Right): ADAMH CEO David Royer; ADAMH Board member Dona England-Afek; OhioMHAS Director Tracy Plouck; ADAMH Board Chair Dr. Tamara Davis; ADAMH Board member Susan Gellman and ADAMH Board member Dr. J.S. Jindal
2012 ADAMH Annual Report
The 2012 ADAMH Annual Report is now available.