Connecting you with alcohol, drug and mental health services in Franklin County

How can we help you?

Immediate Crisis Assistance:


Adults in Crisis

Netcare Access


Youth (17 and under) in Crisis

Nationwide Children's Hospital


Franklin County Suicide Prevention Hotline

Where Better Begins

ADAMH helps Franklin County residents find the right places to turn for affordable, quality alcohol, drug addiction and mental health services.

ADAMH is mandated to plan, fund and evaluate the behavioral health care services in our community. 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.

Featured Initiatives & Services

Spread Love for the Holidays – Sing the Song of Love

ADAMH is partnering with Franklin County Public Health and the Franklin County Board of Commissioners on a public awareness campaign, Spread Love, Not COVID, to …

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2020 ADAMH Annual Meeting and Annual Awards

The 2020 ADAMH Annual Meeting occured vitrually, honoring this year’s Annual Award recipients as well as all of the providers in our System of Care …

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Dr. Kevin Dixon to Retire after Three Decades with ADAMH

Dr. Kevin Dixon will retire at the end of January, after 34 years with the ...

Celebrating Safely this Holiday Season

Although we may be physically apart this holiday season, we are together in our resolve ...

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