NAPOLEON First Call for Help, an agency providing emergency assistance and referrals to people in seven northwest Ohio counties, has received $80,000 from the Four County ADAMhs Board to help pay for the services of an experienced psychiatrist and to train staff and local police officers and firefighters in crisis negotiations.
The ADAMhs board coordinates alcohol and drug addiction and mental health services in Henry, Defiance, Fulton, and Williams counties. First Call for Help s service area encompasses those counties plus Putnam, Van Wert, and Paulding counties.
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