Brett Bohl Joins Apportis as VP of Special Events and Community Outreach

Apportis is committed to fighting the Ohio Opioid crisis and Brett Bohl will lead the community outreach efforts.

Dublin, OH, September 28, 2019 --( Apportis has announced that it has named Brett Bohl, a Dublin resident, as its first Vice President of Special Events and Community Outreach.

Apportis Opioid Solution connects people suffering from substance abuse disorders to healthcare professionals electronically so they can get medically assisted treatment at a moment of need. Working closely with the State of Ohio the Apportis solution will save lives and reduce the taxpayer burden.

Brett, who has broad professional leadership experience in both the nonprofit and business sectors in Ohio, will lead Apportis’ development of a foundation to combat the Opioid crisis as well as key fundraising and community outreach initiatives.

Mr. Bohl is the co-author of “Getting to Thanksgiving,” a novel about parents passing on values to their children and a nationally recognized speaker, earning the nickname Ohio Brett. He has accepted the challenge to deliver encouraging speaking programs to schools, churches and companies in all 88 Ohio counties. He is the founder of the “Celebrate Sports Foundation” and former Vice President of Community Relations with Archer Energy, an industry leading direct supplier of electricity and natural gas based out of Columbus, Ohio.

“We are excited to welcome Brett to Apportis in a role that will help us sustain and expand our important mission,” said Apportis President and CEO Philip Payne. “Brett is a bright, dynamic and highly capable professional who brings a great deal of expertise and exceptional experience to this critical position as we work to engage the public in the fight against this Opioid crisis.”

Mr. Bohl was born, raised and educated in Ohio. A former captain of Varsity Football, Basketball and Student Council President at Dublin High School and a graduate of the University of Toledo where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity and a defensive back on college football teams coached by Nick Saban and Gary Pinkel.


Apportis is a healthcare solution provider. We understand the dynamic, complex nature of this industry and we recognize that a combination of many factors, including the rise of healthcare technology, delivery mechanisms, and the increasingly retail approach to healthcare are all converging to truly disrupt the healthcare industry.

Apportis offers a technology platform that is designed to help those suffering from Substance Use Disorder by connecting with counseling in their “Moment of Readiness”™, when that person has decided to make a change in their life. Apportis will be there, surrounding them with a community of support and Removing all Barriers to Care™. Learn more at
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