MHRBWCC Board of Directors
The Board's records policies and approved meeting minutes are available on this page. Meeting agendas are attached to each meeting notice at least 24 hours before its scheduled start.
CIT for Law Enforcement
Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) is a community-based collaborative between law enforcement and MHRB to educate officers and enable them to better handle mental health crises. CIT has been in existence since 2010 and maintains fidelity to the CIT core curriculum published by the Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence.
The program has had officers, dispatchers and other department staff from across Warren and Clinton Conties graduate from the program. Law enforcement with questions about CIT can contact MHRB at (513) 695-1695.
For additional information about CIT, please visit The Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence.
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Provider Agency/Partner Opportunities
For available opportunities with our provider agencies, please follow the links below:
Want to Learn About Mental Health or Addiction? Book a Speaker!
Have you ever questioned why counseling is necessary for someone with depression? Or what constitutes an addiction?
The MHRBWCC Speakers Bureau is a community service that offers an opportunity for your group to learn more about a variety of behavioral health topics. Our expert speakers can talk about any of several topics listed, or we can cater a presentation to your needs. Call us at (513) 695-1695 or complete our Speaker Request Form, and we'll take it from there.
Presentation topics include:
- Mental Health 101
- Addiction 101
- Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health & Addiction
- Coalitions: Working to Make Our Communities Better
- Managing Stress & Anxiety
- Going to the MAT: Treatments for Addiction
- Suicide Prevention
- Recovery is More than Treatment: The Importance of Community Supports
- Preventing Behavioral Health Issues
Book a speaker for your group or organization TODAY!
Regional Affiliate Boards
MHRBWCC, along with four other ADAMHS boards in our region, have partnered to explore how we can help each other to better serve residents with behavioral health needs. The other member boards of the RAB include:
You can follow the meeting schedule and find more information on the RAB5 website.
FY 2023 Mini-Grant Program
The Mental Health Recovery Board Serving Warren and Clinton Counties has created a mini grant opportunity for the purpose of providing funding for behavioral health and wellness related projects in Warren and Clinton Counties.
Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis until May 31, 2023.
You can download a copy of the application by clicking here.
Client Rights as Consumers of Publicly Funded Services
MHRBWCC believes that everyone who applies for services in our system has rights. These Client Rights are available for you to read and print if you'd like.
In addition, we have developed a Notice of Privacy Practices for you to review.
Individuals and groups interested in further information or presentations regarding these rights and the grievance procedure may contact the MHRBWCC Client Rights Officer at 513-695-1695.
Likewise, each of our contract providers has a Client Rights Officer who is responsible for ensuring your rights at the agency level. They are also available to assist with resolving problems or concerns related to your rights.
The Mental Health Recovery Board Serving Warren & Clinton Counties supports a healthier community by investing in a system of mental health and substance use disorder services for the people of our counties.
Who We Are
Mental Health Recovery Board Serving Warren & Clinton Counties (MHRB) is the local board of mental health and addiction services (also called an ADAMHS board). Established in 1969, MHRB is one of 50 boards across Ohio serving the needs of residents who seek help for behavioral health disorders.
Governed by Ohio Revised Code Chapter 340, MHRBWCC plans, funds, monitors, and evaluates services and programs for people seeking help to recover from mental health and/or addiction issues. Here's how we do that:
MHRBWCC works with community stakeholders such as clients, family members, provider agencies, and members of the community to plan the system of care so that it is cost effective, high quality, and culturally competent
MHRBWCC provides funding to this system through a local levy, federal and state allocations, grants through partnerships with both public and private entities.
Through regular reviews and agency audits, MHRBWCC looks at how provider agencies are doing on service and program delivery to ensure quality and effectiveness.
MHRBWCC looks at various statistics and outputs that we require from the agencies with which we contract, and make necessary changes to make sure all clients are receiving quality care.
MHRBWCC Board of Directors' Position on Issue 2
At it's regular monthly meeting on October 11th, 2023, the Board of Directors adopted a position opposing Issue 2, which would legalize marijuana for recreational purposes in Ohio. Read the entire postion statement here.
Network Benefit Plan
The Network Benefit Plan for clients outlines benefits that MHRBWCC provides to residents of Warren & Clinton Counties through our network of providers. Each provider also has copies of this document. We provide it here as well for your convenience.
We will be transformative in our approach to the practice of behavioral health.
The latest news releases from MHRBWCC:
Stewardship. We are efficient and ethical in using resources and are good stewards of the public's money.
Transparency. We are open and honest with our community and those we serve.
Accountability We are responsible for our words, our actions, and out results.
Quality. We are continuously learning, improving, and inplementing best practices to address needs.
Responsiveness. We are proactive and agile in meeting ever-evolving behavioral health needs.
Collaboration. We are invested in partnering to maximize impact.
Equity. We are fair and inclusive, respecting the lived experience of all people.
Interested in becoming a Board member?
We accept applications from Warren and Clinton County residents interested in serving, and will check with applicants as openings arise. Here is a little information about what to expect if appointed:
Volunteer service as board members is essential in designing an effective and efficient mental health and addiction system of care. Members must:
- Attend all board meetings
- Attend board member training sessions
- Maintain applicable Ohio professional licenses
- Serve on applicable subcommittees of the board
If conflicts of interest or disqualifying conditions arise after appointment is made, appointees are expected to notify OhioMHAS and, if necessary, resign the appointment.
Prospective board members who wish to apply for a vacant seat must complete, sign and date the board member appointment application and send it to MHRB, 201 Reading Rd., Mason, OH 45040. You can also email it to email@example.com.
The MHRBWCC Podcast
What is mental illness and addiction? How can we prevent it? How are people living with disorders treated? Answers to these and many other questions will be explored in "The MHRBWCC Podcast". Listen to each episode here.
The MHRS team is dedicated to the care of every Warren & Clinton County resident whose life is touched by mental illness and/or addiction: people in treatment and recovery, their families, their neighbors, their coworkers, their caregivers, and their communities.