The Mental Health & Addiction Advocacy Coalition (MHAC) facilitates dialogues between members, policy makers, and the general community to engage them in conversations that improve the lives of individuals with mental health and addiction disorders and their families. By connecting members who are or represent constituents with their elected and non-elected public officials, the MHAC advances policies that improve access to services in the community. In order to improve these discussions, the MHAC researches and analyzes issues and public policies impacting Ohioans with mental health and addiction disorders. The MHAC, public officials, members, and others use this research and analysis in their own dialogues on public policies impacting individuals with mental health and addiction disorders.
In partnership, the MHAC and The Center for Community Solutions have released three in-depth reports on behavioral health issues in Ohio, as part of the By the Numbers series. A fourth BTN report will be available for download beginning May 2018. Download your copy of any of these three (soon to be four!) reports by clicking on their photo above.