March 24, 2020

Walter S. Smitson, President/CEO – Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

To the greater Cincinnati community,

As all of us continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Central Clinic Behavioral Health is working diligently to stay current on directives and guidance from local, state, regional, and federal entities. Our top priority is the care, health, and safety of the clients/patients we serve, along with the health and well-being of our personnel.

To that end, Central Clinic Behavioral Health sites remain open for business. We will continue to provide quality care to everyone already connected to the Clinic, as well as to those who may need services. If you or someone you know would like to be connected to our services, please reach out to us at one of the locations below.

  • Adult Services- 513-558-5801
  • Young Child Institute- 513-751-3133
  • Family Access to Integrated Recovery- 513-651-4142
  • Court Clinic Forensic Services 513-352-1342
  • Court Clinic Treatment- 513-651-9300
  • Child & Family Treatment Center- 513-558-5857
  • Mental Health Access Point- 513-558-8888
  • Hope for Children and Families- 513-723-2150
  • CDC Behavioral Health Services/Hamilton- 513-868-1562
  • CDC Behavioral Health Services/Middletown- 513-737-1247
  • CDC SAMI 513-868-1562/ 513-887-4309
  • CDC Employment Services 513- 785-6523
  • CDC Family Healing Center- Butler 513-867-5650
  • CDC Family Healing Center- Clermont 513-732-7190

Before coming to any of our Clinic sites, please do the following:

  1. Call first so we can provide information about program hours and service delivery options.
  2. If you are feeling ill, please stay home. Call us so we can arrange for your care through tele-health technology.

On a daily basis, Clinic leadership assesses critical needs, and has protocols in place to minimize face-to-face contact whenever possible, provides for social distancing, and has structured service delivery enabling personnel to work from home whenever possible. Everyone has shown flexibility and grace as we go through this pandemic together. We are grateful to our personnel and to the clients/patients/families we serve for trusting us to take care of them.

We will continue to keep everyone updated with changes as they impact the behavioral health system. Please stay healthy and well,


Walter S. Smitson, PhD
President and CEO

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