Mental health board honors partners


Staff Report



Deanna Brant presenting Courtnie Howell from Morrow County with the Helping Hands Award for her work in the Stable Cradle, through Maryhaven’s treatment program.

Deanna Brant presenting Courtnie Howell from Morrow County with the Helping Hands Award for her work in the Stable Cradle, through Maryhaven’s treatment program.


Courtesy Photo | Brenda Harden

MOUNT GILEAD — Morrow-Delaware Mental Health & Recovery Services Board annual meeting was held at Pine Lakes Golf Course on Oct. 11. Deanna Brant presented awards to local community partners for challenges tackled in the county.

Brant said she’s been told that our greatest strength is our local partners.

She advised that the previous year encompassed strategic development, growth of provider network, collaborative partnership and financially responsible decision making. The board has received considerable support from the communities it serves.

Brant introduced guest speaker Todd Watts Executive Director NAMI of Delaware & Morrow County. Awards and recognitions of partnering agencies were presented.

Deanna Brant presenting Courtnie Howell from Morrow County with the Helping Hands Award for her work in the Stable Cradle, through Maryhaven’s treatment program.
https://www.morrowcountysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2018/10/web1_20181011_191629.jpgDeanna Brant presenting Courtnie Howell from Morrow County with the Helping Hands Award for her work in the Stable Cradle, through Maryhaven’s treatment program. Courtesy Photo | Brenda Harden

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