Wellness at Work Initiative

27 Oct 2017

Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) is launching the Wellness at Work Initiative, which is focused on promoting health and safety in with workplace. ADAMHS is seeking applications from local Montgomery County businesses to participate in a two-day Technical Assistance Course developed and led by Working Partners®.

The outcome of the two-day technical assistance course is that each participating company will develop or refine a drug-free workplace policy/program that will

  1. Save you time and money.
  2. Give you systems to attract and keep quality employees.
  3. Increase insulation against corporate liability.
  4. Provide a roadmap to administer an effective and efficient DFWP policy/program.
  5. Position you as a leader in the community -- taking action to improve our community’s employable workforce.

Topics covered in this graduate-level course include drug trends impacting the workforce/workplace, legal issues impacting a DFWP program (e.g., Ohio’s marijuana law, ADA, DOT, OSHA), and best practices of operationalizing a policy/program.


The two-day course will be held at the Montgomery County ADAMHS offices at 409 East Monument Avenue on November 14th and 28th from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (lunch provided). Selected businesses must be willing to:

  1. Complete an application.
  2. Send one - three key decision-makers to both days of classroom education and technical assistance.
  3. Allow business name and images to be used in promotional materials.


Visit https://form.jotform.us/72685768607170 to complete the brief application. Applications must be received by November 3rd, 2017 and selected businesses will be notified by November 6th.