An Ashland man has been appoint to the Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board. Robert Kerr, a retired social worker, was appointed to the board by Governor Matt Bevin. He will represent mental health disciplines and served for a term expiring June 20, 2020. The Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board recruits and trains volunteers, who comprise the team. The board also provides technical assistance for the development of local community crisis response teams and maintains a team of volunteers to provide crisis response services statewide.