317 Board Meeting Annual Meeting Will Not Be Held
We will convene a regular meeting on
October 26, 2020 beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Public is welcome to attend.
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Earl Cecil, Executive Director is retiring after a combined 41 years of service to the Athens, Hocking, and Vinton Counties.
Earl served as a board member in the 80's. Then was later hired as fiscal director, and finally, became executive director.
Earl has been a guiding force in the support and services for those with a mental illness and substance use disorder.
He will be greatly missed and we wish him all the best
for a Happy Retirement!
The Athens-Hocking-Vinton ADAMH Board, Athens, Hocking, and Vinton Counties and the State of Ohio are taking aggressive action to protect our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage limiting in-person contact when possible.
The 317 Board Office is currently closed to the public.
There will be no group meetings held until further notice.
Our staff is dedicated to ensuring the needs of our Network of Care clients and agencies are met by maintaining essential services. Please contact your providers or your local providers for information on Telehealth.
Please click the links below for information about the
Corona Virus (COVID-19)
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 Nework of Care for contact information.
Adam-Amanda Mental Health
New Treatment Finder Resource Serves the
Hearing Impaired Community
The COVID CareLine is a new, toll-free number and emotional support call service created by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Behavioral health professionals will staff the CareLine from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days/week. They will offer confidential support in times of personal crisis when individuals may be struggling to cope with current challenges in their lives. After 8 p.m., the CareLine will forward to the National Suicide Prevention Helpline, allowing those calling to have access to someone 24 hours/day.