Summit County’s Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board plans to put a renewal levy on the November ballot.

The levy is the six-year renewal of an existing 2.95-mill levy county voters passed in November 2013, with collection from 2021 through 2026.

The levy would be used for mental health and recovery programs for children, adults and families in the county and for the acquisition, construction, renovation, financing, maintenance and operation of the board’s facilities.

Summit County Council’s committee of the whole approved a resolution Monday requesting the Summit County fiscal officer to certify the total valuation of the county and the dollar amount the renewal levy would generate.