Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren
& Clinton Counties (MHRS) is the local board of alcohol,
drug addiction and mental health (ADAMH) services. As mandated
by the Ohio Revised Code, MHRS plans, funds, monitors and
evaluates services and programs that encourage and promote
the recovery of individuals living with mental illness and/or
Formed in 1969, MHRS began as a community mental health and
mental retardation board. Ohio lawmakers passed legislation
in 1980 to create separate state departments of mental health
and mental retardation, and MHRS turned its focus to mental
health programming and services. Alcohol and drug addiction
services and programming were added under another state law
passed in 1989, five years after Warren and Clinton Counties
merged into one service area.
Today, MHRS utilizes federal, state and local monies to support
an array of services for residents in need, including a crisis
hotline, individual and group counseling, prevention programs,
vocational and educational training, and housing programs.
An 18-member board of directors provides guidance and support,
along with input from consumers, legislators, agency staff,
community residents and many others.
Mental Health and Recovery Services of Warren & Clinton
107 Oregonia Rd.
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: (513) 695-1695
Fax: (513) 695-2997
View a list of Warren County
View a list of Clinton County
For additional information, visit the website for the Mental
Health and Recovery Services of Warren & Clinton Counties.