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Recovery-Oriented System of Care Assessment

Recovery-Oriented System of Care Assessment

Published Wednesday, October 24, 2018

On behalf of the Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Lucas County, we are asking you to assist us by completing a Recovery-Oriented System of Care Assessment.  Our Board, and Boards throughout Ohio, will be utilizing the results of the surveys to inform our ongoing Recovery-Oriented System of Care transformation efforts.

Please feel free to share this with your network, particularly individuals in recovery and their families.  There are separate surveys for Board members and staff; service providers; stakeholders; and individuals in recovery and their families. 

Take the Survey Here.

The survey takes roughly 10-12minutes. We ask that responses are submitted in a timely fashion.

Thank you for your time and input—we appreciate it. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.




Integrated care is the coordination of general and behavioral health care needs in an effort to treat not just the body but the mind.


The Lovell Foundation of Toledo Community Foundation Awards Grant to Zepf Center

The Board of Trustees of the Toledo Community Foundation has approved a grant from the David C. and Lura M. Lovell Foundation to Zepf Center in the amount of $31,300. These funds will be used to support the Mosaic Art Project, which utilizes art as a vehicle to connect with people living with mental illness and reduce the stigma of mental illness in our community. 


Behavioral Health Crisis Survey for MHRSB of Lucas County

The Mental Health & Recovery Services Board (MHRSB) of Lucas County is seeking input from stakeholders to understand the function and quality of behavioral health crisis services in Lucas County, including crisis call lines, mobile crisis teams, psychiatric urgent care centers, peer respite centers, crisis stabilization units, and psychiatric hospitals.



Zepf Centerís Staff Overwhelmingly Ratify Contract

Zepf Center is pleased to announce the staff represented by Service Employees International Union 1199 (SEIU), overwhelmingly ratified a three-year collective bargaining agreement on June 19, 2019. The agreement merges two bargaining units and unifies the mental health and substance use disorder sides of Zepf Center under one contract.