Whether you’re looking to address your own personal struggles, seeking help for a friend or family member, or working professionally to meet the needs of Ashland County citizens, you can turn to us as a source of information and hope.
As fully invested members of the Ashland community, the Ashland Mental Health and Recovery Board is committed to hearing the needs and concerns of our community and taking action to help make change happen.
Ashland MHRB has collected a variety of resources that are easily accessible and based on sound research.
An article appeared in the New York Times on April 7, 2018. While Dr. Caplan felt much of it was good she also noted that it had significant problems. She sent the letter below to the NYT Editor but they choose not to print it.Read More