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Stay Up-to-Date about COVID-19

Posted by ADM Board Monday, March 16, 2020 4:44:00 PM

As Ohio and Summit County take big steps to prevent the spread of the COVID-19, we encourage community members to follow some important guidance from our local and statewide public health officials.

What you need to know:

The ADM Crisis Center and Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) are open and accepting patients 24/7 for addiction and mental health related emergencies. Our provider network is open and operating essential services in the community, including detox, residential treatment, MAT programs and outpatient treatment for all levels of care. Residents feeling overwhelmed or troubled by COVID-19 or any situation requiring emotional support should call our local Crisis Hotline at 330-434-9144 or use the Crisis Textline- text 4HOPE to 741-741.

Based on the State’s recommendations, the County of Summit ADM Board has cancelled all trainings and events coming up in the immediate future. Our office is closed to walk-in traffic, but the general public may call our office at 330-762-3500 for assistance Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm. 

If you have questions about the COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease, the Ohio Department of Health has established a phone line for people to ask questions at 1.833.4.ASK.ODH (1.833.427.5634). 

Other important resources:

Summit County Public Health:  
Summit County Public Health COVID-19 hotline: 330-926-5795
Ohio Department of Health:  &   

If you are a provider and have questions about COVID-19 preparedness, please visit: 

Find ways to manage your stress/anxiety:
OhioMHAS has provided some tips and guidance for managing Coronavirus-related stress. Make sure to unplug from time to time to take a break from the news and social media. Take time to do things you enjoy like go for a walk outside or read a book. Talk to friends and families about your concerns, and be there for others. Click here to download a a flyer from OHMAS. 

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