During their regular June meeting on Thursday, the
This levy was first approved by voters in 1989, and has been approved by voters four times since then. The Four County Adams Board counts on this levy to generate 2.15 million dollars each year.
Last year, the Adam’s Board provided services in mental health, addiction, and family violence treatment to over 5,700 children and adults on a sliding fee basis. Executive Director for the Adams Board, Les McCaslin reports, since this renewal levy was passed five years ago, the state has cut funding for the four county agency by 1.6 million dollars.
The board also approved contracts of $120,000 for women’s counseling and residential treatment services for Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio.
An additional $70,000 was approved for the