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Welcome to Crawford-Marion ADAMH

Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health

“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; increasing public awareness; coordinating services; and evaluating those services.”

Harm Reduction Ohio currently has an agreement with the state of Ohio to provide free, uninterrupted Narcan to Ohio residents who need it during the coronavirus shutdowns. To obtain a kit, please click on the link and choose the “Intranasal Training” option.


The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) collects information on thousands of state-licensed providers who specialize in treating substance use disorders, addiction, and mental illness.

We can all be a voice for suicide prevention. To learn how to talk to someone you think might be suicidal download your copy of the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation one pager now.

Public Notice

Starting May 31, 2024, CONTACT Crawford County will no longer be available for crisis calls. Please direct crisis calls to Pathways of Central Ohio at 800-544-1601 or call the Suicide and Crisis Line at 988.

June Board Meeting

Date: June 27, 2023
Time: 5:30pm

Location: FC Bank – Upstairs Conference Room

Address: 105 Washington Square Bucyrus, Ohio 44820


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The Problems We’re Facing


Drug Overdose Years of Life Lost
Local residents have lost 19,000 years of life to drug overdoses in Marion and Crawford counties between 2009 and 2018, according to the Ohio Alliance for Innovation in Public Health.
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Opiates Dispensed
Opiates are dispensed at a higher rate than the state average per capita.
Ohio: 36
Crawford: 44.1
Marion: 62.8
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Suicide Years of Life Lost
According to the Ohio Alliance for Innovation in Public Health there have been 5,000 years of life lost in our two counties due to suicide between 2008-2017.
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Unintentional Drug Overdose Deaths
In 2020, the total number of drug overdoses reported in Crawford County was 140 with 16 unintentional drug overdose deaths (6 males and 10 females).
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Mental Health in Adults
In 2018, an estimated 47.6 million adults aged 18 or older (19.1 percent) had any mental illness (AMI) in the past year.
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Together We Can Fix It

We provide a wealth of resources in both Crawford & Marion counties to help find what you need.

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