Local man named to MHRS board


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WILMINGTON – Clinton County residents have a new representative on the board of directors for Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren & Clinton Counties (MHRS).

Commissioners this week appointed Dwayne Gross of Clarksville to the MHRS board effective Sept.17. He will serve a four-year term ending in September 2022.

Gross is a probation officer with Clinton County Municipal Court and a part-time EMT at the Clinton-Warren Joint Fire and Rescue District. In addition, he is a substitute teacher at Clinton-Massie Middle School.

Gross holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from Wilmington College. He as previously served with the Little Miami Band Boosters as treasurer and vice president.

Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren & Clinton Counties (MHRS) is the local board of mental health and addiction services for residents of Warren and Clinton Counties. For more information, visit mhrsonline.org.

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