Who We Are & What We Do
The Preble County Mental Health & Recovery Board contracts with and funds local agencies to provide mental health & addiction recovery services and supports to Preble County residents. The Board's responsibilities are as follows:
Assess community needs and identify priorities.
Plan for a system of care through partnerships with consumers, family members, providers, and the public.
Empower clients by giving them a voice in the behavioral health system and allowing them to direct their own recovery.
Fund local services and supports to meet local needs.
Monitor & Measure contract providers through program reviews and quarterly audits.
Evaluate cost effectiveness, continuity of care, and quality of care.
Collaborate with community partners including child services, law enforcement, courts and educators to provide prevention, treatment, and support services.
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