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Publications & Reports

The ADAMHS Board produces a variety of publications to keep consumers/clients, family members, providers and the general public informed about the Board and behavioral health issues in Cuyahoga County.

Below are PDF versions of newsletters and other publications. Since the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County was formed on July 1, 2009, we have also included annual reports from the former CCCMHB and ADASBCC.

Special Reports:

Cuyahoga County Crisis Response Needs Assessment

In January 2018, the Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County (ADAMHSBCC) contracted with The Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education (Begun Center) at Case Western Reserve University to conduct a comprehensive community needs assessment of Cuyahoga County’s crisis response system. This system is a complex and tiered one comprised of crisis response services that support clients whose safety and health are threatened by behavioral health challenges, including mental illness, developmental disabilities, substance use, and/or overwhelming stressors.
The objective of this assessment was to include a broad enough range of participants to reliably surface the major underlying themes characterizing the responsiveness of the system in meeting the needs of clients and their families. The goal of this effort was to present these themes in ways that would be useful in assessing the effectiveness of the current system and later informing planning efforts for improvement. The report details strengths and identifies areas for improvement in the Cuyahoga County Crisis Response System.

Recovery In Action Newsletter

ADAMHSCC Annual Reports

CCCMHB Annual Reports

ADASBCC Annual Report

CEO Headliners

Guides and Publications

Client Rights Reports and Manuals

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