Mental Health Crisis Hotline/Text Line
The Fairfield County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board is responsible for the planning, funding, and monitoring of
mental health, addiction, and recovery services
in Fairfield County.
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Be a Smart Cookie Drive-through Narcan Giveaway and Training
We have a FREE drive-through event coming up in partnership with Kroger, the Opiate Task Force, and Project F.O.R.T. (Fairfield County Overdose Response Team) to distribute free Narcan kits to members of the general public to try and prevent overdose deaths. Individuals who show up in Kroger’s parking lot from 10 a.m.-2p.m. on 7/9/20 will also receive training and a free cookie (because it’s National Sugar Cookie Day). Counselors will be available from different local mental health and substance use disorder treatment provider agencies.
2-1-1 Resources List
Network of Care Providers
Our network of care providers are available for your mental health and/or substance use disorder needs during the coronavirus pandemic. Please visit their websites or call them first as their physical offices may be temporarily closed.
Online Recovery Supports Services
Since many of the in-person support groups have been cancelled for the foreseeable future, we have put together a list of online options available to you. If you know of any others available to the public, please email suggestions to Josh Freedman.
Pandemic Crisis Services Response Coalition
Is COVID-19 affecting your mental health? If so, help if available for you, your loved ones, and helpers, such as first responders and grocery store clerks. To access free support from top U.S. mental health providers: