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ADAMH provides a pathway to health and healing for Franklin County residents seeking resources for addiction and mental health.
ADAMH provides help and hope through a network of more than 30 community partners providing affordable, quality alcohol, drug addiction and mental health services for the whole family.
Brown, Franklin County Leaders Call for Passage of FEND OFF Fentanyl Act
Sue Villilo, Vice President of Clinical Services and Provider Relations at the Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin …
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This Civilian Mobile Team Responds to Mental Health Crises
For a little more than three months, a team of eight licensed clinicians and peer support counselors from Netcare Access …
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988 is a Lifeline
Erika Clark Jones, CEO of the Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County, advocates for continued 988 funding …
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