THE OHIO COUNCIL OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & FAMILY SERVICES PROVIDERS

 
is a statewide trade and advocacy association that represents 150 private organizations that provide alcohol and other drug addiction, mental health, and family services.  The Ohio Council provides four core sets of services to its members:  policy and legislative advocacy; member support and technical assistance; product and service development, generally through endorsed vendor programs; and educational opportunities.
 



Policy Solutions for Ohio's Addiction & Mental Health Crisis

The Policy Solutions for Ohio's Addiction & Mental Health Crisis address prevention, access to treatment, systemic issues across the continuum of care, improving positive outcomes through recovery supports, and building workforce capacity.


 

Headlines, NEws & EVENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 
Online Registration Now Open for the Ohio Council’s 2018 Annual Conference
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11 Questions on Gun Laws and Mental Health: How Cincinnati Shooter Purchased a Gun Legally
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What is State Issue 1 on the Ohio Ballot this Fall?
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Opioid Epidemic Reduces Small Business Labor Force, House of Representatives
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Most Doctors Are Ill-Equipped to Deal With the Opioid Epidemic. Few Medical Schools Teach Addiction
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Medical Marijuana Symposium for Clinicians and Prevention Professionals
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SAMHSA Launches Evidence-Based Practice Resource Center
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