ADAMHS Teams Up With 1880 Candle Company, To Support The Oregon District 

Media Contact: Ann Stevens at AStevens@mcadamhs.org or 443-0416

 DAYTON, OH - Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) sponsored 1880 Candle Co. donation ceremony to the Oregon District Business Association on August 28, 2020 at 9:30 AM.   

 Earlier this month ADAMHS partnered with 1880 Candle Co. to sell candles to the Dayton community to be used during the Nine Minutes of Silence on August 4, 2020, in memory of the Oregon District mass shooting anniversary. The candle sale fundraised $6,130 for the Oregon District Business Association, in efforts to aid a financial recovery to businesses in the Oregon District.      

 The Executive Director of ADAMHS, Helen Jones-Kelley stated, “The opportunity to be a title sponsor for the nine minutes of silence means so much for ADAMHS. Those nine minutes helped illuminate both the memory of that night but also the path forward.”  

 ADAMHS hopes to continue supporting the Oregon District very year during the mass shooting anniversary, by being a title sponsor of fundraising initiatives.

 If you have any questions, please contact Samantha Elder, Director of Strategic Initiatives and Communication for Montgomery County ADAMHS, at Selder@mcadamhs.  


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 About Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Resources (ADAMHS):

Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) is responsible for the planning, funding and monitoring of public mental health and addiction treatment services for individuals and families of Montgomery County, Ohio.  Under Ohio law, the ADAMHS Board is one of 50 Boards coordinating the public behavioral health and addiction treatment and recovery system in Ohio. After the August 4, 2019 tragedy in the Oregon District occurred, Montgomery County ADAMHS realized the immediate and long-term need for emotional and mental health trauma support. ADAMHS quickly mobilized the Recovery and Resiliency Center, which offered much needed support and information about mental health resources to anyone distressed by the violence. For more information about ADAMHS, please visit www.mcadamhs.org or call 937-443-0416.