Resources for Mental Health and Addiction Services Providers

Funding Opportunities: Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (Ohio MHAS) has funds available for several grant projects addressing mental health and addictions community and crisis service needs for individuals and families.  Additional information can be found on the Ohio MHAS website.

OneOhio Opioid Settlement

To learn more about Ohio’s Opioid Settlement including the OneOhio Opioid Settlement Agreement, What Settlement Money Can Be Spent On, Settlement Share for Each Local Government and more click here.

Consumer Outcomes

The Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board (HCMHRSB) maintains a strong commitment to regularly and consistently measure the impact of services provided through its network of contract agencies.  In September of 2001, agencies under contract with the HCMHRSB began collecting data as part of the Ohio Consumer Outcomes initiative and continue to do so today.

Adult recipients of mental health services complete the 48-item Ohio Consumer Outcomes survey, parents/guardians of children and youth between the ages of 5 and 17 complete the 48-item parent version of the Ohio Youth Scales, and individuals receiving addiction services complete the 17-item Brief Addiction Monitor.  Survey administrations are generally conducted at the time of service inception, 6 months following service inception, 12 months following service inception, and every 12 months thereafter or at the time of service discharge.

Each quarter the HCMHRSB compiles data representing administrations completed during the previous 24-month period.  Use of a 24-month period ensures the capture of two administrations for each individual, including those having been in service for an extended period whom, as a result, are on an annual administration cycle.

Survey instruments, file specifications, and procedural manual


Admission, Transfer, and Discharge Notification 

In accordance with ORC 5122-30-23(3) Facility Records and 5122-30-27(C) & (D) Transfer and Discharge Rights, within seven days of the resident’s admission, a copy of the written notification to the board serving the county in which the facility is located is required for each resident with a mental illness or severe mental disability.  Please FAX the Admission, Transfer/Discharge Notification form to the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board (HCMHRSB) at 513-946-8650 for all SPMI/SMI individuals referred to your OhioMHAS licensed facility.


How to Request Jail Clearance

Complete this form REQUEST FOR SECURITY CLEARANCE and send via email or fax to Don Evans: fax: 513-946-6360.
Please consult with your supervisor/clinical director before submitting as the Jail does not want an influx of CM’s from each provider agency.

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