Paint Valley ADAM-H Wants You to #Bthe1

(ADAMH Board, Chillicothe) -- The Paint Valley Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Board is eager to let you “Be the One.” 

The ADAMH Board’s new three year campaign “Be the One” (#Bthe1) will encourage community members to be the one to promote recovery, provide support to those in mental health crisis, and to support prevention activities for our children. 

Positive change can happen in our community when we are each willing to “Be the One.”

The campaign is designed to allow individuals to create positive change in our community. The Board is going to document these moments on social media by incorporating the hashtag #Bthe1 on its Facebook and Twitter pages.

“We would like for you to join us by using this hashtag to help increase the visibility of our campaign. This may be in sharing one of our posts or in your own posts documenting your contribution to support recovery or prevention. 

"We know there are good things happening in our communities and we want to help celebrate and recognize those successes,” stated Penny Dehner, Executive Director.

The ADAMH Board has adopted a new logo that reflects its forward movement and presence in the community as the mental health and substance abuse disorder authority. 

The bright green background and bold lettering promotes the energy and excitement of the culture of the ADAMH Board, and well as its mission - To positively impact our community by supporting mental health and recovery.

In the coming months, ADAMH will be at local events promoting their new campaign and logo. 

Dehner said, “Everyone plays a role in each of our communities and we want to further develop our collaborations and recognize those who are doing the work, including our first responders. 

The fresh logo combined with the new campaign will allow ADAMH to reflect the positive happenings in our communities.”

The Paint Valley ADAMH Board is a political subdivision of state government created in 1967 by the Ohio legislature to ensure the availability of community-based alcohol, drug addiction and mental health services for the residents of Fayette, Highland, Pickaway, Pike and Ross Counties.

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