COLUMBUS- State Rep. Miller (D-Lorain) today announced the Ohio Controlling Board has approved a release of $1 million in capital funds for the state’s share in the construction of the Lorain County Crisis Center. This project is a partnership between The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Lorain County, The Nord Center, and The LCADA Way.
“The establishment of the Lorain County Crisis Center demonstrates the incredible work of a variety of entities that were able to come together to better meet the needs of people in crisis. I was proud to support this effort in the budget and see it come to fruition” said Rep. Miller.
The Lorain County Crisis Center will work to serve anyone who is experiencing a behavioral health crisis including any mental health crisis or substance use disorder. It will allow for the rapid drop off of individuals by emergency services personnel as well as accepting walk-ins.