Mental Health Recovery Board Serving Warren & Clinton Counties has been actively monitoring the fast-moving situation with coronavirus, or COVID-19. As you may have heard from other organizations, this situation changes almost by the minute, affecting operations of all kinds across our area, the State of Ohio, and the nation.
MHRB’s first priority is to clients receiving care through our system of providers. We are charged with the statutory responsibility to fund and monitor services for those with mental health and addiction issues. MHRB is committed to assisting our contracted providers who directly care for our citizens as we are able.
Starting today, March 16, until a time that the state of Ohio lifts COVID-19 restrictions, MHRB staff will remain available but will work remotely wherever possible to help limit the spread of this virus. For now, we plan to conduct meetings and business via electronic and telephonic means.
As this situation continues to evolve MHRB will update information on our website and make use of social media channels as much as possible.
We value your partnership as we all work through this trying time. If you have questions, please call our office at (513) 695-1695 or email us at
Thank you,
Colleen Chamberlain
Executive Director, MHRBWCC
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