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The Richland County Mental Health & Recovery Services Board is taking precautionary measures to ensure the safety and well being of its staff, community partners and people we serve. At the same time will be working regular hours with limited access to our offices. If you are in need of assistance please call 419-774-5811 or email us. We will be monitoring email and phone messages.
Richland County Mental Health and Recovery Services Strives To Provide:
Our Declaration of Racism and Discrimination as a Public Crisis
Learn about our commitment to equality and a healthy community.
Collaboration Improves Mental Health & Recovery in Richland County
Richland County Mental Health and Recovery Services is here to ensure that you have access to the mental health and addiction resources you need to lead healthy and abundant lives. We are trauma-informed and recovery-oriented providing a system of care when you are in need of help and hope.
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A Healthy and Drug-Free Workforce
Alcohol and drug abuse is widespread within our society. It affects many of our industries in many different ways. Although national, state, and local efforts have shown encouraging results in detecting employees under the influence, the problem of alcohol and drug abuse in the workplace remains to be a serious issue.
Definition of Recovery
The word recovery is a general term that is used to explain a transitional time in life; whether it is an athlete recovering from a knee injury, a family member who is recovering from losing a loved one, a child recovering from a mental illness, or an adult recovering from an addiction.
The journey to recovery can be difficult for an individual with a mental illness and/or addiction. This can be particularly true for a youth or young adult who is dealing with a mental illness and/or addiction along with the everyday challenges of growing up.