Dedicated to those we serve
ADAMH understands the importance of collaboration within Franklin County to better serve our community. Each day, we collaborate with more than 30 behavioral health care providers located in neighborhoods throughout the county. ADAMH’s role is to fund, plan and evaluate our community’s mental and behavioral health care services, making sure we are keeping our promise to taxpayers, ensuring that our provider community offers the best quality services and responding to evolving community needs by expanding services whenever possible.
Ready to make a change, but not sure where to turn? The ADAMH System of Care is here to help.
& Family Members
We have seen firsthand the devastation addiction has on entire families. Together, families heal.
Providers & Agency Partners
30+ not-for-profit behavioral health care providers make up the ADAMH System of Care in Franklin County.
Have a question or want to learn more? ADAMH is here to help.
How We Serve
While many of our services are available to the most vulnerable populations, including those who are under-insured or uninsured, 24/7 crisis services through ADAMH’s network are available to everyone in the community. Whenever an individual is in crisis, ADAMH’s provider network is available. ADAMH and its network of providers comprise Franklin County’s mental health and addiction services “safety net.”
Explore the service areas listed on this page for more information about the resources that are available to you in Franklin County through the ADAMH System of Care.
24/7 crisis services through ADAMH’s network are available to everyone in the community. Whenever an individual is in crisis, the ADAMH provider network is available.