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Behavioral health – which includes mental health, substance use, and more – is a key part of your overall well-being. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a behavioral health professional.
On July 16, 2022, Ohio will join the rest of the United States beginning to use the 988-dialing code. 988 will be the new three-digit number call (multiple languages), text, or chat (English only) that connects people to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. 988 builds on the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline system and will provide 24/7, free and confidential support to Ohioans in a behavioral health crisis. It is a direct connection to compassionate, accessible care and support for anyone experiencing mental health-related distress – whether that is thoughts of suicide, mental health or addiction concerns, or any other kind of emotional distress.
Throughout the transition and beyond, our local crisis hotline and Ohio's textline will remain active and responding to calls.
Any Crisis, Any Age, Any Time
1-800-224--422 or text
4Hope to 741741
All meetings begin at 5pm and are held at 1521 N. Detroit St., West Liberty
Director of Treatment and Recovery Services MHDAS
Coleman Professional Srvs - Full Time - Logan County
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Legal Advocate * Billing Specialist * SUD Case Manager * Qualified Mental Health Specialist * Youth Case Manager * Mental Health Team Leader * Shelter House Monitor *
Mental Health Outpatient Counselor * Unit Support Specialist * Youth Mental Health Therapist * MAT Technician
Champaign Health District
Project DAWN Program
Overdose Education & Narcan© Distribution
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Logan Health District
Fierro Strength and Conditioning
Derick, coach and combat veteran at Fierro, saw the need in Logan County to provide physical and mental health opportunities to our local first responders. MHDAS Board mini-grant funding provides CrossFit memberships to 9 first responders. The program not only provides physical health benefits, but also a needed stress reliever, social engagement opportunities with the citizens they serve, and a CrossFit community that provides a supportive environment.
Thursdays are SEL Days at Discovery Riders - SEL stands for Social-Emotional Learning. The unique program tailor specifically to mental health and how to learn ways to cope and regulate emotions through horse-assisted activities. The riders analyzed different horses and their movements and mannerisms and asked to write words that describe how the horse felt, then the riders were asked the same question - how they feel. It was interesting to see that there were similar words written in both categories. This exercise showed that both horses and people can experience the same emotions.
Messiah Community of Urbana
One project involved creating opportunities for social engagement with the residents of the Messiah Community. Lily Jones, a local artist and OSU graduate, came and taught 15 members on how to paint a beautiful sunset. The end result was 2 hours of lunch, laughter, getting to know each other, and finding our creative spirits. Another art class is planned for the fall. After such a trying, lonely year of COVID, this was just what the doctor ordered. MHDAS is happy to fund projects like this one through the mini-grant process.
Mental Health, Drug & Alcohol Services Board of Logan & Champaign Counties
1521 N. Detroit St. (P.O. Box 765)
West Liberty, Ohio 43357