Mike Hatton and Marty Phillips sworn into Lake ADAMHS Board
Lake County, OH: The Lake County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board recently swore in Mike Hatton and Marty Phillips III as board members during their regular August 15 meeting.
Hatton was sworn in by Commissioner John Hamercheck and Phillips III was sworn in by Commissioner John Plecnik. Established by Ohio statute, the ADAMHS Board plans, evaluates, monitors, and funds services for Lake County residents with mental illness and/or addiction disorders. Those services are delivered through a network of providers. Board members are all Lake County residents who serve without compensation.
Hatton is currently the County Veteran Service Office in the Lake County Veterans Service Office. The Painesville Township resident is a veteran of the Marine Corp and stated he wants to be part of the mental health and substance disorder solution as an advocate for Veterans and residents of Lake County.
Phillips III is a registered nurse of over 40 years and has retired as Colonel with the Army Reserve and from the Department of Quality and Patient Safety in Cleveland Clinic. The Willoughby resident is a veteran of Army and stated he is happy to support the missions of the ADAMHS board and the excellent services they provide county citizens.