Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren & Clinton Counties (MHRS) is the local ADAMHS board that plans, funds, monitors and evaluates services
Under Ohio law, MHRS is required to research community needs for mental health and addiction services and programs, then prioritize and plan strategies to make sure they are offered.
To do that, Ohio law authorizes MHRS and other boards like it to contract with nonprofit agencies and other organizations that provide community mental health and addiction services and programs. Funding is also directed to some support programs for individuals working to recover, as well as families and others affected by an individual's illness.
Funding to pay contract agencies for services comes from federal and state subsidies, as well as grants and entitlements. A local levy also helps MHRS to meet needs within the community.