Integrated Services for Behavioral Health

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A spotlight on Project Bad Apple.

Project Bad Apple is a volunteer-managed youth engagement initiative for kids who are 17 and younger residing in Ross County. Project Bad Apple began four years ago as an offshoot of Project Badass, a non-profit providing adults needing meaningful social connections and support.  Project Bad Apple’s primary focus includes Health, Wellness, Community Services, Environmental Stewardship …

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Celebrating the first five months of OhioRISE.

In February, ISBH was selected by Aetna Better Health of Ohio to serve as a Care Management Entity (CME) to build local systems of care for OhioRISE (Resilience through Integrated Systems and Excellence) in 19 Ohio counties. OhioRISE is the state’s first highly integrated care program for youth with complex behavioral health and multi-system needs. …

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Hope Partnership Project honors ISBH as Substance Use Disorder/Mental Health Advocate of the Year.

Natashia Rapp and Kim Dement accept the Substance Use Disorder/Mental Health Advocate of the Year award Joanna Denny wins Healthcare Provider of the Year. The Hope Partnership Project is dedicated to the hope of a community free of Substance Use Disorder (SUD). The Substance Use Disorder/Mental Health Advocate of the Year is awarded to a person or …

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Katelyn Roberts has been promoted to Manager, Help Me Grow.

The Help Me Grow program is designed to ensure Ohio’s children receive a healthy birth and the resources to warrant a healthy and productive start in life.  An integral part of Ohio’s prenatal to age three system of supports, the services offered by Help Me Grow equip parents with the means to help their child …

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The Franklin County Walk-In Clinic is officially open!

On Thursday October 27th, we celebrated the opening of the new Walk-In Clinic for people seeking help to manage opioid use disorder. This clinic will offer assessment, health and physical and withdrawal management to those seeking support for substance use disorder. All individuals entering the clinic will have access to counseling, case management services and …

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