The Mental Health and Recovery Board (MHRB) consists of 18 citizen volunteers from diverse backgrounds who collectively represent the community of Ashland County. County boards are responsible to determine local needs, develop a community plan, set priorities, direct resources, and monitor services in their district.
While the MHRB does not provide direct clinical services, we are proud to create integrated systems of care that are the most responsive to the needs and desires of local citizens. We receive state and federal funding available to Ashland County for mental health and addiction services and are authorized by the Ohio Revised Code to leverage a property tax (with the approval of the county commissioners and Ashland County voters) in order to provide local revenue for services.
We have done a website.