ADAMH CEO – David A. Royer
David A. Royer is a 36-year veteran in the field of behavioral health care. Royer’s professional career has been built on caring for people in Ohio’s evolving system of publicly funded substance abuse and mental health care. Royer joined ADAMH, the Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County as the Chief Executive Officer in May 2000. He has served as a board director for over 26 years.
Royer has an MS Degree in Health Services from Central Michigan University and a BA in Social Work from Wright State University. Royer serves as a Community Lecturer with The Ohio State University in the College of Social Work. Royer currently serves as the President of the Ohio Association of Urban Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Boards.
The ADAMH Board funds, evaluates and plans the necessary mental health and alcohol and drug treatment service in our community then purchases care from community experts. ADAMH does NOT provide any direct service; rather it maintains a “safety net” of more than 33 contract providers, located in neighborhoods throughout Franklin County, who provide treatment services to more than 21,000 county residents and prevention and early intervention services to almost 63,000 residents. ADAMH receives over 70% of its funding through a voter-approved property tax and the remainder from a combination of federal, state and private sources. It is the largest combined alcohol/drug and mental health board in Ohio.
Vice President of Community Collaboration & Engagement
Kevin Dixon, Ph.D.
Vice President Clinical Services
Kythryn Carr Hurd
Dr. Delaney Smith
Chief Financial Officer