McCullough-Hyde receives $2 million grant for mental health

McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital has received a $2 million grant to provide “mental and 

behavioral health projects, programs and publications” throughout Butler County.

The four-year grant was awarded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) 

of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through its Rural Communities Opioid 

Response Program.

“Local voices and local solutions matter,” said Tyler Wash, executive director for the 

McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital Foundation. “As a foundation, this funding furthers our 

commitment to provide local solutions to community issues. We look forward to working hand 

in hand with our friends and neighbors to address mental and behavioral health issues.”