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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.

Clinic to help businesses retain drug-free workforce.

SPRINGFIELD — Never before have employers been forced to deal with the magnitude of issues impacting their ability to operate drug-free: the opioid epidemic, the legalization of medical marijuana, the recent rise in employee use of cocaine and methamphetamine, and the record-setting increase in positive workplace drug tests.

Coupled with the area’s low unemployment rate, finding healthy, drug-free workers has become difficult for many companies in the community.

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“Exceptional people” in recovery services awarded.

SPRINGFIELD — Five “exceptional people” received awards for their work serving Greene County residents from the Mental Health & Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB) Nov. 19.

“We are thrilled to recognize individuals who go above and beyond in their work and received more nominations this year than ever before,” said Greta Mayer, chief executive officer of MHRB, ahead of the annual Exceptional People Awards ceremony.

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Community leaders brainstorm solutions for opioid epidemic’s economic toll.

DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) – Several communities are coming together to highlight the economic impact of the opioid crisis.

Friday, representatives from the Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Green & Madison Counties talked about the toll of the crisis at the Kumar Center. The conversation didn’t just focus on drug users but also the training and treatment problems for employees with substance use issues.

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