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February 23, 2017
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Request for Art Submissions

5 artists to be featured on a series of greeting cards! The Lorain County Board of Mental Health (LCBMH) is soliciting digital images of artwork to […]
February 14, 2017
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FOR PROVIDER AGENCIES: Budget Documents

Agencies within the Lorain County mental health network can access their budget planning documents here: http://lcbmh.org/helpful-information-for-provider-agencies.
February 3, 2017
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Jamillet Torres Receives Director’s Award from Board of Mental Health

On January 26, 2017, Charles Neff, Executive Director of the Lorain County Board of Mental Health (LCBMH), presented the Director’s Award to Jamillet Torres in recognition […]
  • Just by people getting help, that doesn’t make you weak. I think, ‘I can’t deal with my problems, that makes me a weak man.’ But I stepped outside of myself to look at my problems, and got help. Now, I’m fine. I love my life. It can make you stronger by getting help.

    Salvador
  • Mental illness doesn’t have a cover. There’s not a set picture for it.

    Kristen
  • You can get through it. Focus on the positive. Find that one positive thing to focus on, even with so much negative around it.

    Kristen
  • We are opening and continuing conversations about suicide prevention and other essential resources for residents of Lorain County.

    Traci Shed, Board Chair
  • If I can help one person, I’ve met my life goal. And I’ve done it again and again and again.

    Carol
  • There’s nothing wrong with you. You just take a little medicine. Everybody does that from time to time.

    Otto & Denise, celebrating 8 years of marriage after meeting at Gathering Hope House