Just the Facts

The Board of Directors of the Mental Health Recovery Board (MHRB) serving Warren and Clinton Counties unanimously placed a renewal of the existing 1 mill levy on the November 2, 2021 ballot. 

The levy raises $6.5 million annually, which won’t raise taxes. Mental health and addiction treatment services are an important community safety-net for the residents of Warren and Clinton Counties. This levy is necessary to continue helping children and families in crisis.

Renewal of the levy maintains mental health services for children and families who cannot afford to pay for them, have nowhere else to turn, and could go untreated.

Without this levy, the agencies funded by the MHRB would struggle to provide existing treatment, housing and care programs.

The Mental Health Recovery Board is fiscally responsible and accountable. The voter approved levy is renewed every 5 years.

Levy funds continue suicide prevention programs, including for youth and elderly.

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residents received services across our network. This renewal keeps those services available for families.

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of the annual operating budget that makes services possible comes from local levy support.

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per month continues to help families in crisis with an important community safety-net.

*For each $100,000 of property valuation.

Voter Information

CHECK TO SEE IF YOU ARE REGISTERED: Visit VOTEOHIO.GOV to check your registration and where to vote.

GET REGISTERED: If you have a valid driver’s license, visit VOTEOHIO.GOV to get registered online. Deadline is October 4th.

If you are a registered voter, download an application form at VOTEOHIO.GOV. Mail in the filled-out form and you will receive your ballot in the mail.

Warren County
520 Justice Drive
Lebanon, OH 45036

Clinton County
111 S. Nelson Ave., Ste. 4
Wilmington, OH 45177

You can also vote early, in person, by visiting your Board of Elections (see addresses above). Early voting starts Tuesday, October 5th and runs through 2PM on Monday, November 1st.

Polls are open Tuesday, November 2nd from 6:30AM-7:30PM. Make sure to check your polling location with your county Board of Elections.