The Columbiana County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board has been serving the residents of Columbiana County since 1969. The Board contracts with service agencies to provide treatment and support for persons with mental health and substance abuse problems. The Board plans, funds, and monitors a comprehensive system of mental health and substance abuse services for both children and adults.
Public accountability for the system is assured through a governing board composed of professionals, family members, civic leaders, and individuals recovering with mental illnesses and substance abuse issues.
RFP RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT
The Columbiana County MHRS Board seeks proposals for the provision of residential substance use disorder treatment to adult men. Requirements of applicant organizations and all other relevant information are listed below. Deadline for proposal submission is February 24, 2017.
1. Project Overview
2. Required Documents for Complete Application
3. Service and Program Narrative
4. Budget Guidance
5. William White's "Recovery Capital Scale"
6. Memorandum of Understanding
7. List of Equipment and Furniture in Facility that Provider can use
211 is a simple, easy-to-remember number to call when you need help or access to human services. It is a free 24-hour service, so you get the help you need when you need it. You may also search for resources online by visiting Help Hotline Crisis Center's website at www.helphotline.org, and clicking on the button, "Click Here to Search the 211 Data Base."
Help Hotline Crisis Center offers a Peer-to-Peer Telephone Support Service to help people who are coping with mental health, alcohol, or drug problems which may arise in their lives. It is available from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday by calling 1-866-303-PEER (7337). It is funded in part by the mental health and recvovery boards of Columbiana, Mahoning, and Trumbull Counties. Trained peer volunteers from the three counties will be answering the phones.