County of Summit ADM Board
The duties of the County of Summit ADM Board are set by the Ohio Revised Code. One of 53 similar boards in the state, the ADM Board is responsible for seeing that services are available locally for adults, teens and children with mental illness and/or alcohol/drug addiction. The ADM Board doesn’t provide direct service, but contracts with local agencies to provide quality, affordable services for individuals and families at critical times in their lives.
Alcoholism, drug addiction and mental illness are real medical conditions that can affect anyone. Recovery is possible through a variety of treatment and support services. The continuum of care funded by the ADM Board includes preventative and treatment services, housing supports, employment assistance, transportation, respite, peer support, recreation and educational services.
The ADM Board provides services and supports for more than 25,000 Summit County residents annually who are in need of treatment for mental health and substance use issues, whether they are children or adults. The board also funds prevention services to over 22,000 people, with emphasis on child and adolescent and suicide prevention programs. Every community in Summit County has benefited from an ADM Board funded agency or program.
Stories of Recovery
To view stories of those helped through ADM funded
services, visit ADMBoard.org/Recovery.
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