To provide hope through a compassionate approach to behavioral health services that will create lasting and meaningful results in support of recovery and resiliency for children, families and adults.
To transform behavioral health services so individuals and families are empowered to achieve overall wellness.
Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Central Clinic Behavioral Health values and respects the breadth of diversity present in our community. As such, we will not tolerate discrimination of any kind in our programs and activities. Moreover, we strive to increase our inclusivity and visibility in marginalized and oppressed communities. We stand as a proud ally to the LGBTQ community, and we ensure that those who may experience racism, sexism, and discrimination due to gender identity/expression, national origin, socioeconomic status, language, disabilities, medical conditions (physical or mental), and veteran status are treated justly and fairly. Central Clinic Behavioral Health is an organization dedicated to helping children, families and adults dealing with mental illness or substance abuse/use.
- We value our staff and the individual contributions they make.
- We honor and respect the breadth of cultural diversity, values and ideas of our staff, clients and community partners.
- We treat our staff and clients with the utmost dignity and respect.
- We believe that recovery is possible.
- We value giving clients reasons to be hopeful about recovery.
- We value making available whatever resources are needed to assist clients in their recovery.
- We understand and promote the active participation of clients in their plan for improving their lives.
- We value the dignity and rights of the clients and families we serve.
- We value the right of privacy of our clients.
- We value and actively seek community/systems collaboration to improve the quality of life in our community.
- We are committed to using outcome data to drive management decisions in all of our programs.
Central Clinic Behavioral Health provides training opportunities for psychiatric residents from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Medicine. UC and Yale University are the only two universities in the nation to have state-certified mental health non-profit agencies located on their medical campuses.