We need to talk.
And that's the point of Overdose Awareness Day next week - taking time to start open and informative discussion about how to end overdoses and help those who experience it to get treatment and
You may have heard it from friends or family members before when you're having a drink:
"I'm just having one."
But is it really? Truth be told, the amount of alcohol in one beer is different from the amount of alcohol
MHRB is excited to launch our part of Ohio's COVID Care Program. Through a grant from the federal government and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS), the board is promoting the
The world is dealing with a lot right now. Coronavirus has taken over lives - more accurately, it's upended them. And while we try to make sense of what our new "normal" will be, people are finding ways to cope with the
We've heard it so many times before, but it never gets old or stops being relevant.
Know the facts and help stop addiction.
I know the message is out there all the time. We put it there to be seen, read, and
You've likely read a lot about sobriety checkpoints. News accounts usually showcase officers at a specified location stopping cars as they come through, administering a breathalyzer test to ensure people aren't driving