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healthcare & frontline workers

Thank you for the hard work, dedication and sacrifices you make each and every day.  We are grateful for all that you do to protect, serve, and support our community. 


The information on this page is our way of offering support to all of you, to assist you in coping with the added stress you have been experiencing over the past few years.  You cannot pour from an empty cup and it is important, more now than ever, that you prioritize your health and wellbeing.  

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Resources for your patients

  • Resource bags are available for pick up at the Board's office (2 Oak Street, Norwalk) at no cost to the community.

  • How Are You Feeling self-screening tool will assist your patients in identifying what behavioral health issues they are experiencing, and will allow you to better assist them with needed services and supports.

  • Let's Get Real is Huron County's only Project Dawn site.  If you have patients in need of naloxone, they may obtain this resource from Let's Get Real.  Click here for more information.

  • Additional available resources may be found here.

The Huron County MHAS Board recently hosted a training, Treating the First Responder, for local clinicians to assist them in gaining additional knowledge and understanding to help them better support our local first responders.  A list of the clinicians who attended this training may be found here.  The clinicians are listed based on the number of years’ experience they have as a licensed clinician.

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