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Mental Health Awareness: An Empowered Wellbeing

May 5, 2022

Mental Health Awareness: An Empowered Wellbeing By Dr. Delaney Smith, System Chief Clinical Officer & Dr. Ameena Kemavor, Vice President, Advocacy & Engagement The pandemic …

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Eye on the Community Interview with Sean Anthony

May 4, 2022

Eye on the Community Interview with Sean Anthony, Radio One ADAMH CEO Erika Clark Jones and Vice President of Advocacy & Engagement Dr. Ameena Kemavor …

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Minority Health Month – Mental Health Matters

March 28, 2022

Minority Health Month – Mental Health Matters April is National Minority Health Month, a time when the spotlight is on health disparities that continue to …

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ADAMH Mini-Grants Awarded to Local Non-Profits

ADAMH Mini-Grants Awarded to Local Non-Profits

March 25, 2022

ADAMH Mini-Grants Awarded to Local Non-Profits March 25, 2022 ADAMH is proud to support the following non-profit and faith-based organizations in 2022 with Community Mini-Grant …

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Franklin County Crisis Center Receives $500,000 in Federal Funds

March 18, 2022

The Franklin County Mental Health and Addiction Crisis Center received $500,000 through the recently passed federal 2022 omnibus appropriations bill.

Dial 988: Ohio Prepares for New Mental Health Hotline

March 17, 2022

Dial 988: Ohio prepares for new mental health hotline March 17, 2022 The new mental health crisis hotline is set to launch nationwide on July …

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RFI: Comprehensive Audits

February 28, 2022

ADAMH is seeking to engage in a comprehensive financial review and is therefore soliciting statements of qualifications from interested vendors for auditing services.

Nationwide Foundation Donates $1 million to support crisis center

Franklin County Crisis Center Receives $1 Million from Nationwide Foundation

February 24, 2022

The Franklin County Mental Health and Addiction Crisis Center capital campaign gained an additional philanthropic partner with a $1 million gift from the Nationwide Foundation. With this gift, the $50 million capital project has raised $45.5 million in private and public sector support build a centralized destination of care for adults with mental health and addiction crisis needs.

Columbus Dispatch Guest Column: Crisis center will be alternative to 911 in mental health emergency

February 3, 2022

ADAMH CEO Erika Clark Jones acknowledged Columbus City Council for increasing their investment in an alternative response for mental health and addiction-related 911 calls and shared plans for the crisis center and crisis care continuum in Franklin County in a guest column for The Columbus Dispatch.

ADAMH Welcomes New Senior Leaders

January 27, 2022

ADAMH Welcomes New Senior Leaders The Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County (ADAMH) welcomes three new leaders to top positions in the …

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