Thank you and Welcome for visiting the Clermont County Mental Health & Recovery Board. Our website is designed to provide general information about the Board, links to the Board’s contract agencies in Clermont County providing prevention and treatment programs and services, and links to additional information about mental health and substance abuse.
**** 2015 Election ****
FOR the Mental Health Levy!
Volunteers are needed to help with our 2015 Levy Campaign!
If you are interested in volunteering to assist with fundraising events, posting signs
and other PR related items, etc., please feel free to contact us by
entering your contact information on our “contact us” page or calling our office.
Why support our levy? Check out our LEVY PAGE for more information and
important facts concerning our campaign!
VOTE EARLY by mail….
Order your ballot to vote early in the General Election on Tuesday, Nov 3. Call the Clermont County Board of elections at 513-732-7275 and ask for an application to order your ballot by mail, or you can print an application off the Board of Election’s website. Complete the application and mail it back to the Board of Elections. Ballots will be sent out starting Oct. 6.
Voters will elect Municipal Court judges, Municipal Clerk of Courts, city and village offices, township
trustees and school board members.
Three state issues and four county issues will also be on the ballot.
September is National Recovery Month!
Over the years, National Recovery Month (Recovery Month) has inspired millions of people to raise
awareness about mental and/or substance use disorders, share their stories of recovery, and
encourage others who are still in need of services and support. Recovery Month began in
1989 as Treatment Works! Month, which honored the work of substance use treatment professionals
in the field. The observance evolved into National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month in
1998, when it expanded to include celebrating the accomplishment of individuals in recovery from
substance use disorders. The observance evolved once again in 2011 to National Recovery
Month (Recovery Month) to include all aspects of behavioral health.
We have compiled a service directory for residents of Clermont County to make it easier to locate resources within our immediate area. Click on the following link: Substance Use & Recovery Resource Guide 2015
Turn in your unused or expired medication for SAFE disposal on Saturday, September 26th, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at specific locations throughout the county. Please click on the link below to view the event flyer for further details or call our office at 732-5400. Got Drugs 8.26.2015 – Prescription Drop Box Event 9.26.2015