The Athens-Hocking-Vinton Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board (317 Board) plans, funds, and evaluates a community-based system of care for individuals in need of behavioral health or substance use disorder recovery services.
In-person meetings have resumed as of June 2021. We ask that visitors to the 317 Board office abide by the following policy (Updated 6/3/21) for everyone’s health and wellbeing:
Please refrain from attending in-person meetings if you are ill or displaying any signs of illness.
Please wear masks when entering the building and while in common areas such as the waiting area, restrooms, kitchen, etc.
Once in the conference room or in a staff office, those who are vaccinated are free to remove their mask. We ask that anyone who isn’t vaccinated please continue to wear a mask. We understand that some people may choose to continue to wear a mask, even when vaccinated.
We respectfully encourage those who are able to get vaccinated against COVID.
Please Note: Our Network of Care agencies are modifying services to meet the needs of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please call them if you have any questions about your services.
Click Network of Care for contact information.
317 Board Monthly Meeting
Due to COVID-19, monthly 317 Board meetings are being held remotely via Zoom. Our next executive board meeting will be held:
Monday, June 28 at 6 p.m.
The public is welcome to join our meeting.
Please identify yourself by name and organization when you enter the meeting. By joining our Board meeting, you are giving permission for your information to be included in our public meeting minutes.
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