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We provide pathways to mental health and addiction services for everybody and every family in our three-county area. MHRB connects those who need it to treatment, while also creating prevention-prepared and recovery-oriented communities that are resilient, supportive, and trauma-informed.
MHRB provides specialized consultation services for front-line workers
SPRINGFIELD, OH (June 29, 2020) – Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB) is offering front-line workers a new pathway to mental health care that specifically addresses job-related trauma. Starting June 29, workers in critical crisis response roles such as law enforcement, fire/EMS, hospital workers, behavioral health and public health will be able to call a dedicated line to receive concierge clinical consultation free of charge.
Talk to your dads about mental health this Father’s Day
SPRINGFIELD, OH (June 18, 2020) – This Father’s Day, Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB) is urging community members to talk to men in their lives about mental health. Father’s Day, which falls on June 21 this year, marks the annual celebration of the father-figures in Americans’ lives – usually accompanied by grill-outs, gifts and quality time. This year, however, celebrations may take a different form, with COVID-19 concerns keeping many people at home and away from loved ones.
Racism is a Public Health Crisis
The members of the Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities declare that racism is a public health crisis. As a driving force of the social determinants of health, racism causes persistent discrimination influencing many areas of life, including healthcare, housing, education, employment, and criminal justice.
OACBHA strongly condemns the death of George Floyd. This unnecessarily brutal tragedy and others like it demonstrate the impact of racism by individuals in power who abuse their authority.