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If this is an emergency, please call 9-1-1. You may also call 2-1-1 or the Mental Health Crisis Hotline at NAMI toll-free at 1-800-950-NAMI (6264). Another option is to text HOME to 741741.

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This resource describes the numerous reasons someone may choose not to drink alcohol and shares tips on engaging these populations so that everyone can feel welcome.

In Fairfield County, the backbone organization will be the Fairfield County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board. Other key consortium members include New Horizons Mental Health Services, Ohio Guidestone, Fairfield County Job and Family Services, Fairfield County Major Crimes Unit, The Recovery Center, Fairfield County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, the Mayor of Bremen, Lancaster City School District, Fairfield County Juvenile Court, and the Mayor of Lancaster. As part of their participation in the RCOPR-Planning grant, Fairfield County consortia will ensure that they further refine and develop their consortia across the full continuum of care (prevention, treatment, and recovery) and develop more formalized structures for their collaboration (i.e., memorandums of understanding or agreement, governing structure, etc.).

Toni Ashton, MSEd, LSW, OCPC

Toni Ashton is the Prevention Coordinator for the Fairfield County ADAMH Board. She provides leadership and direction for the Fairfield County Suicide Coalition. She co-facilitates CIT for Law Enforcement Officers, and is a Certified Trainer for Mental Health First Aid, as well as an instructor for Trauma Informed Care, QPR and Parent Project   Toni has many years of experience and her greatest skill is in bringing together people of diverse ages, backgrounds, and experiences to collaborate and develop programming with a creative and positive message throughout. Anyone who has served on a committee with Toni will tell you that they are amazed at the compassion and creativity she can bring out in a group of people. She is a strong advocate for Evidenced Based practices in both School and Community Prevention programming.

ExecutiveDirector–Marcy Fields, LISW-S

In August 2021, Marcy Fields became the executive director for the Fairfield ADAMH Board after she served as both associate director and interim executive director. She is a licensed independent social worker with a supervisory designation. Marcy graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and drama from Earlham College and earned a master’s degree of social work from The Ohio State University. She has prior experience as the ADAMH Board clinical care coordinator. Marcy comes back to the ADAMH Board after serving as the clinical director at New Horizons Mental Health Services. With over 30 years of experience in community based behavioral health services, she brings with her a wealth of valuable knowledge and a goal to ensure high quality effective behavioral health services for the residents of Fairfield County. When she is not applying her occupational passion, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and the beach. Marcy also likes spending time with her family.

Miranda Gray, MS CDCA, OCPSA

In December 2020 , Miranda Gray is the Program and Quality Manager at the ADAMH Board. Miranda has been serving Fairfield County in the community behavioral health field since 2012. While starting her career in the county as a community-based case manager working mostly with individuals diagnosed with severe mental illness, she developed a sense of connection to the community and a desire to ensure residents receive quality care and have access to life’s basic needs, including employment. Miranda is a strong advocate for inclusion in the workplace and she is a 2008 graduate of California University of Pennsylvania and holds a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice and a Master of Science in law and public policy. Growing up in Western Pennsylvania, Miranda moved to Fairfield County with her husband and two sons in 2011. Watching her boys play baseball is one of her favorite activities. When she isn’t at the ballfield, Miranda enjoys fitness, reading, crocheting, and spending time at the beach.

Consortium Members


Megan Golden, CCO
New Horizons Mental Health Services
Trisha Farrrar, Executive Director
The Recovery Center
Jeffery Scott Duff, Director
Project FORT (Fairfield Opiate Response Team)
Joe Ebel, Health Commissioner
Fairfield County Health Department
Amanda Wattenberg, VP of Regional Operations
Ohio Guidestone

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