The Chief Clinical Officer Designee, or CCOD, is responsible for the clinical oversight of Butler County mental health consumers residing in state or local hospitals, probate courts, or criminal courts. The CCOD ensures that clients are placed at the appropriate level of care and that funding is available. The CCOD is responsible for balancing the need of services with the expense of services to ensure the community is provided with the greatest level of outpatient treatment possible.

The CCOD provides on-going assessments to safeguard consumers and the community while maintaining the integrity of the most appropriate level of care.

The probate monitor provides the clinical oversight of consumers probated to the Butler County Mental Health Board & the Butler County Probate Court.

The Forensic Monitor provides clinical oversight of clients court-ordered into the mental health service community as a result of their criminal conduct.

For more information on Probate Monitor & Forensic Monitor, please contact:

Dr. Myron Fridman, Ph.D.
Chief Clinical Officer Designee
(513) 868-5139

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