CDC Mental Health Services
Main Phone: (513) 868-1562
Middletown Phone: (513) 737-1247
Fax: (513) 868-1415
Clinical Director: Eckart Wallisch, MA
Children’s Diagnostic Center (CDC) was founded in 1975, and merged with Central Clinic in 2004. Now called CDC Mental Health Services, the agency provides psychological testing and treatment services to children, families and adults in Butler County.
The goal of the program is to provide expert assessment and treatment services for mental health and addiction issues.
CDC Mental Health Services provides:
- Counseling for children, families and adults
- Medication management and consultation
- Diagnostic assessment regarding mental health, substance use, and/or school performance
- Psychological testing, including personality and intelligence assessments
- Specialized assessments for young victims of abuse
CDC Mental Health Services, through the Butler County Family Connections Center, provides therapeutic visitation services to children and families involved with Butler County Children’s Services (BCCS). Reunification is the primary goal of our work with BCCS involved families.
SAMI at Butler County Children’s Services
CDC Mental Health Services provides substance abuse/mental health assessments to families involved with BCCS.
CDC Mental Health Services has two locations in Butler County.
Hamilton: 2100 Pleasant Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45015
Middletown: 1227 Central Avenue, Middletown, OH 45044