Do you know someone who could benefit from our team contacting them about withdrawal and recovery from drug and/or alcohol? Complete the form below or call to give a referral over the phone at (937) 544-5547 ext. 111.
Do you need to clean out your medicine cabinet? Contact us and we can provide you with disposal bags to do so safely.
The Adams County Health Department believes community collaboration can help individuals who need support in their lives. We partner with several sectors in the community to develop and implement programming that will serve target populations, providing increased access to mental health and addiction treatment, streamlined referral and information processing, and prevention initiatives to promote healthy, drug free lifestyles in Adams County Youth. Click the Facebook links for inspiration and information on community programs.
Division of Behavioral Health
The Adams County Health Department offers behavioral health training for professionals, churches, and community members. These trainings are designed to inform and empower individuals and organizations to promote mental health wellness and embrace best practice strategies.
Together We Care!
Through the state-funded program called Project DAWN, we are able to offer free Narcan to the community.
Each person who receives a Narcan kit will be trained on how to recognize an overdose, what to do in the event of an overdose, and treatment information.
Can't make it to the Health Department? You can request a FREE Narcan Kit online (mailed to your home). Click the link above for more information.
Behavioral Health Programs
Vivitrol: a non-addictive, once monthly treatment combined with counseling to help prevent addiction relapse.
Recovery Revolution Project: Our mission is to help people with substance abuse and mental illness overcome the barriers involved in treatment so that they can live the life that they have always wanted.
For more information or to request a training...
A state wide trauma informed response to child maltreatment and children's exposure to violence.