Cuyahoga County: The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County launched a comprehensive Community Needs Assessment to evaluate the current landscape of mental health and substance use disorder prevention, treatment and recovery services within Cuyahoga County.

As the organization responsible for making programmatic and funding decisions, the ADAMHS Board recognizes the critical importance of understanding the community’s evolving needs to provide effective and responsive services.

“We are dedicated to ensuring that our community members receive the support and care they deserve,” said Scott Osiecki, CEO of the ADAMHS Board. “This assessment is a vital step toward enhancing our services and meeting client needs.”

To gather comprehensive insights, the ADAMHS Board is seeking survey responses from residents of Cuyahoga County. Community members, whether they have personally accessed behavioral health care or not, are encouraged to complete the community survey by visiting the ADAMHS Board website at Surveys are available in English and Spanish.

Also, focus groups will be held at various locations throughout Cuyahoga County in April. Interested participants can register for focus groups through the survey.

For more information and to participate, please visit