ADAMH Contract Agencies
Community Counseling Services, Inc. (CCS), is a comprehensive mental health and substance abuse treatment agency which provides a wide array of services including individual and group counseling, medication somatic services, case management, crisis/emergency services during and after hours, prehospital screening and evaluation/diagnosis.
The agency also has Medicaid contracts with the Board for ODMH and ODADAS services. In addition to these traditional services, the agency also operates the following:
-Family Preservation Program
-Services to SBH Classrooms
The Marion Area Counseling Center, Inc., (MACC) is a comprehensive mental health and substance abuse treatment agency which provides a wide array of services including individual and group counseling, medication somatic, diagnostic assessment, psychological testing, evaluation, consultation, crisis intervention/emergency services, crisis telephone line, community support services, public information and education, social/recreational and supervised apartments.
The agency also has Medicaid contracts with the Board for Ohio Department of Mental Health (ODMH) services and Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS). In addition to these traditional services, the agency also operates the following programs:
-Family Preservation Program -Adolescent Sex Offender Treatment -Services to Severely Behaviorally Handicapped Classrooms -Foundations Recovery Program -Juvenile Diversion Program -Central Pharmacy -Promoting Recovery and Employment Project (PREP)
Telephone crisis intervention and information/referral services takes place through CONTACT Care-Line, the Center’s 24 hour crisis intervention program. CONTACT Care-Line functions as part of the agency’s crisis intervention services and is the point of contact for all after hour emergency services requests.
CONTACT Care-Line is manned by volunteers who are continually trained and supervised. CONTACT Care-Line also provides information and referral services as an affiliate of United Way.
Contact Inc., Crawford County
P.O. Box 631
Bucyrus, OH 44820
CONTACT is a 24-hour crisis, information and referral line a telephone answering service for various community agencies. Information and referrals are provided through a contract with the Board, and crisis hotline service is provided through a contract with CCS. The hotline serves as the entrance into the emergency services system, especially during evenings, holidays and weekends.
Recovery to Work Program
Recovery to Work program is an employment program that combines vocational rehabilitation services with alcohol, drug addiction and mental health services for four priority populations in the state of Ohio. The priority populations served by our Recovery to Work project are as follows:
1. Individuals addicted to opiates,
2. Individuals with a mental illness and/or addiction involved with the criminal justice system,
3. Veterans with a mental illness and/or addiction, and
4. Individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.
The primary purpose of the RSC dollars being matched for the Recovery to Work program is to provide vocational rehabilitation services to individuals to remove barriers and provide supports necessary for self-sufficiency and employment opportunities. These services can include, but are not limited to: Vocational rehabilitation services; Addiction and/or mental health treatment services (when not otherwise funded); Mental health and/or MAT pharmaceuticals (when not otherwise funded); Time limited residential treatment and/or halfway house support (when not otherwise funded).
The Board supports a share of the funds for individuals to provide staff support and coordinate services to youth referred to the local FCF Councils. The Councils include representatives from the Children Services Board, Juvenile Courts, ADAMH Board, City and County Schools, County Health Departments, MR/DD Board and Department of Youth Services, as well as family representatives.
Marion-Crawford Prevention Programs – web site
142 S. Prospect St.
The Board contracts with Marion-Crawford Prevention Programs to provide substance abuse prevention programming for elementary age youth in Marion County. The Board also funds prevention services for Marion and Crawford Counties for students in grades 6 through 12.
Prevention services are provided by Prevention Specialists and include the development and coordination of alcohol and other drug prevention programs; implementation of prevention program goals and objectives; coordination of programs to reduce unnecessary duplication of community alcohol and other drug prevention services; community education programs to professionals in education, human services and alcohol and other drug treatment, and coordination of a Teen Advisory Board and all county-wide and school based Teen Institute activities.
105 Washington Square
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
Friday 8:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.
Maryhaven is Central Ohio’s oldest and most comprehensive healthcare facility specializing in treatment for people with addictive and mental illness.
Maryhaven provides integrated behavioral healthcare services, with a specialization in addiction recovery care, to help men, women, and children restore their lives from the effects of addiction and mental illness.
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) – web site
The NAMI Family of Crawford-Marion Counties receives funds to support a Program Coordinator. The coordinator provides assistance in carrying out the goals of the NAMI Family. NAMI has an office at the Marion ADAMH Board, 142 S. Prospect St.
Duties include: strengthening the participation and involvement of families; developing and implementing the anti-discrimination campaign using the NAMI materials as the basis for the local campaign; working toward increased collaboration and cooperation; scheduling, facilitating and coordinating programming for monthly meetings.
Other Programs & Services
The Board receives an allocation for housing assistance from the Ohio Department of Mental Health. This program provides rental subsidy for consumers as a transition to independent living. The Board contracts with DelMor Dwellings to manage the HAP Program, as well as, Board owned housing. DelMor can be contacted at: 1-877-295-0844.
The Board is required to maintain rental property purchased through ODMH Capital Construction funds. Presently, the Board owns 13 apartments at three facilities and owns the Marion administrative office.