Yvette Lampley Awarded "Excellence in Clinical Service" at Annual Butler County NAMI Event

Recovering from a drug addiction is difficult. So is living with a mental illness. When people…

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CONNECTIONS PROGRAM RECOGNIZED FOR INNOVATION

Community First Solutions is proud to announce that Andre Whaley, LSW, Scott Miller, RN, and Dr.…

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MEDICATED ASSISTED TREATMENT, AN IDEAL THERAPY PLAN TO AID RECOVERY

It doesn’t take long for that initial high from heroin to fade. Within hours of taking the drug,…

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ADDICTION 101 | LEARNING EVENT

ATTEND ONE SESSION:Tuesday, February 9 @ 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Berkeley Square, 100 Berkeley Drive,…

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COMMUNITY FIRST PHARMACY APPROVED TO DISPENSE NARCAN WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION

Read the article in the Journal News to learn more about how we are working together with the…

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CLIENTS FIND SUPPORT FROM STAFF AND PEERS

“It’s very comforting when you find out you aren’t the only one in the world who has a drug…

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WHEN IS IT MORE THAN WINTER BLUES?

Uplift—a mental health service offered to older adults through Community Behavioral Health.

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DRIVE SAFE OVER THE HOLIDAYS

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VETS PTSD GROUP IN THE NEWS

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RECOVERY IS HARD: GETTING PEOPLE BACK ON TRACK FOR SUCCESS IS OUR GOAL

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FOCUSED ON SERVING THE YOUTH OF OUR COMMUNITY

Our diversly qualified clinicians treat a wide variety of youth mental health diagnoses and…

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DRUG COURT: FIGHTING FOR THE UNDERDOG

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COMMUNITY FIRST PHARMACY: PRESCRIPTIONS FOR THE UNDERINSURED

One main reason people around Butler County choose to fill their prescriptions at Community First…

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FROM HOMELESS TO HOME

“Losing custody of my son was what motivated me to make changes. My caseworker told me about the…

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PROJECT SEMICOLON: WHAT DOES IT REALLY MEAN?

“The semicolon a perfect symbol to represent not only the perseverance of those struggling with a…

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DUI DID YOU KNOW: .08

In the state of Ohio, it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or…

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