NAMI Ohio recognizes Netcare Access

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Ohio has named Netcare Access as the Mental Health Provider Agency of the Year. The award recognizes Netcare Access for working with and serving severely mentally disabled individuals in the community.

“Netcare is honored and appreciates our long working relationship with NAMI Ohio and NAMI Franklin County,” says King Stumpp, President and CEO at Netcare Access. “The staff at Netcare have saved countless lives and helped individuals in crisis to a pathway of stability and safety.  Since 1995, the agency serves, on average more than 10,000 patients each year and no one is turned away due to inability to pay,” says Stumpp.

NAMI Ohio will host their Annual Meeting virtually on April 22 to recognize award recipients. Governor Mike DeWine and Director of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Lori Criss are two of the highlighted speakers at the event.
From Left to Right: Rochelle Martin of NAMI Franklin County, Terry Russell of NAMI Ohio,
Dr. Stroh, Dr. Hernandez, King Stumpp, Michele Perry, Carrie Wirick and Greg Blankenship