CANTON, OH (Dec. 5, 2011) – Join us for the Aultcare Fast Break Breakfast on Friday, Dec. 9, where Patrice Fetzer and John Aller from Mental Health Recovery Services Board of Stark County will help you demystify behavioral and mental health problems in the workplace. This session will help you engage, encourage and empower your employees and colleagues. Registration begins at 7 a.m. with the program and breakfast following at 7:30 a.m. AultCare Fast Break Breakfasts are held at the Courtyard by Marriott, located at 4375 Metro Circle in North Canton. Tickets are $18 for Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce members, $21 for member tickets purchased less than 48 hours in advance and $25 for non-members. Tickets are available online at, or by calling (330) 458-2070. Beyond this important segment of the program, Fast Break attendees have the opportunity to obtain business leads through enjoyable networking activities at an event that has built a reputation as one of the most energetic lead-producing sessions around. Bring a door prize valued at $15 or more and receive 30 seconds at the microphone to promote your business.


About the Speakers: John R. Aller, executive director of the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Stark County (MHRSB), is a behavioral health professional with numerous years in the field of mental health and drug and alcohol addiction. Aller has a wide-breath of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of those struggling with chemical dependency and mental health-related disease with an emphasis on those having a dual-diagnosis. He is an active member of a variety of state and local related boards and committees including sitting on the executive committee of the Ohio Association of Behavioral Health Authorities (OACBHA) and was recently appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Panel for Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services. Patrice Fetzer, LISW-S, is the manager of service delivery for the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Stark County. She has over 17 years experience in developing and implementing quality and innovative programming, collaborations, and system change efforts at the local and state levels that engage and empower individuals and families with mental, emotional, behavioral, and societal challenges. She has founded and led collaborative initiatives such as the Stark Intra-System Transition Team, the Emancipation Subcommittee of the Stark County Interagency Council on Homelessness, and the Mentoring Network of Stark County. She provides local, state and national presentations and consultations on best practices for serving the youth and young adult population as well as for mental health case management.