Stacy Kramer and Jeffrey Taylor sworn into the Lake County ADAMHS Boarddschick@lakeadamhs.org
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The Lake County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Menth Health Services (ADAMHS) Board
September 26, 2022
Stacy Kramer and Jeffrey Taylor sworn into the Lake County ADAMHS Board
Lake County, OH: The Lake County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board recently swore in Stacy Kramer and Jeffrey Taylor as board members during their regular September 19 meeting.
Kramer and Taylor were sworn in by Commissioner John Hamercheck. 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.
Kramer is currently a Trauma Focused Clinical Mental Health Therapist for the Anchor Counseling in Mentor. Prior to entering the mental health field Kramer worked in the non-profit sector for the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center. She is excited about the opportunity to join the Lake County ADAMHS Board so that she may engage in securing access to care for anyone in need.
Taylor is the owner of J. Scott Salon in Mentor. He is a Master Colorist, Stylist, and former Goldwell Color Educator. He volunteers with the Cuyahoga Board of Developmental Disabilities and the Hospice of the Western Reserve. While working, Taylor is also pursuing a bachelor’s degree in social work from Cleveland State University. He is eager to direct the tremendous work of the ADAMHS Board.
More information on the ADAMHS Board and its providers is available at www.HelpThatWorks.us.
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