Media requests.

For all media inquires, please contact Brianna Wilson, general manager of marketing communication, via email or at 937-322-0648, extension 113.

  • Recommendations for Reporting On Suicide

  • Suicide Reporting Recommendations

  • Report on Mass Violence

MHRB releases information and toolkit about new warmline

The toolkit includes a frequently asked questions document, sample social media posts and images, and sample email content to promote the new resource.

MHRB CEO: A call for culturally competent care, because Black mental health matters, too

…we must remember that mental health and substance use concerns are public health issues. Those of us entrusted with the responsibility of keeping our communities safe and healthy must commit to active outreach to communities that are not seeking or receiving services. When one part of our community is underserved, it impacts us all.

Op-Ed: Our Region Faces More Than One Epidemic

There’s no denying it: COVID-19 is front and center, commanding the attention of our community and its leaders. But there’s another epidemic affecting our community and countless others across the U.S. – one that has been around much longer and claimed more lives. That epidemic is about opioids and the disease of addiction. And our community must not forget about it.

Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Report

Because of your support, Fiscal Year 2019 was a successful one for Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB). Click the link for some highlights.

How LGBTQ communities can find mental health care during COVID-19

Pride Month wasn’t cancelled, and although it’s over, Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB) wants the local LGBTQ community to know that culturally competent mental health and substance use support providers are available to them now and year round.

MHRB newsletters.

  • October 2019

  • March 2019

  • October 2018