Board Members

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Board Members 2017-10-11T18:13:10+00:00

A 14-member board (seven from each county) meets monthly to oversee the agency’s budget, goals, plans and policies. Membership includes a physician, a professional in the field of alcohol or drug addiction services, a mental health professional, as well as other members of the community interested in these areas.

Members are appointed by each county’s commissioners, and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS APPOINTMENTS

Patricia Everly (C)
2nd term expires
06/30/2019
Customer Service

David Wilhelm (M)
1st term expires 6/30/2021
MH Professional (retired)

Edgar Koehl (C)
2nd term expires
06/30/2018
Newspaper Publisher

Kathryn E. Welsh (C)
1st term expires 6/30/2021
Consumer/Family Member.

Alexander Reed (C)
2nd term expires
6/30/21
IT administrator

Lu Chivington (M)
1st term expires
6/30/2021
Real Estate Broker/Owner

OHIO DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH & ADDICTION SERVICES APPOINTMENTS

Mary Jo Carle (C)
2nd term expires
06/30/2020
LPN

Monica Gearheart (C)
1st term expires
06/30/2018
Consumer

Deborah D. Shire (M)
1st term expires
06/30/2019
MH Family Member

Leslie Beary (M)
2nd term expires
06/30/2019
Mental Health Clinician

Michael S. Stuckey (M)
1st term expires
06/30/2021
Social Work Counselor
AOD Family Member

Marion

142 South Prospect Street Marion OH 43302

Phone: 740.387.8531

Fax: 740.382.0455

Web: MCAMH Web Site

Crawford

907 North Sandusky Avenue Bucyrus, OH 44820

Phone: 419.562.7288

Fax: 419.562.5260

Web: MCADAMH Web Site

ABOUT US

The mission of the Crawford-Marion ADAMH Board, under local leadership, is to assure the availability of high quality alcohol, drug addiction, and mental health services to all residents through planning (assessing needs and resources, and determining priorities); purchasing cost effective services to the extent resources are available; coordinating services; and evaluating these services.
We envision communities where recovery is possible, resiliency is innate, communities are supportive, stigma is eliminated and resources are plentiful..
Giving hope. Providing treatment. Teaching independence. Gaining peace of mind...Read More.