Letter from Chair of the Board and CEO
Central Clinic Behavioral Health was launched in 1923, five years after the global pandemic of 1918. Whoever thought we would see another pandemic of that magnitude? As the president/CEO of one of the leading behavioral health nonprofits, it was an easy pivot for service delivery because of the strength and innovation of our team of experts.
Central Clinic Behavioral Health provided services to 21,112 clients/patients in 2018-19.
After six months of treatment, 49% of adult clients within Adult Services, CDC Behavioral Health Services, and Court Clinic Treatment improved their overall functioning as measured by the Daily Living Activities Scale (DLA-20 ©).
In partnership with Hamilton County JFS and the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services board, FAIR (Family Access to Integrated Recovery) provided assistance to 5,676 people through assessments, brief treatment, and connection to services.
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Central Clinic Behavioral Health continues our work to build stronger families. We provided high quality, outcome driven services in all of our programs in 2017, and touched the lives of almost 22,000 children, families and adults. Here are a few examples of how our services positively impacted the people we serve.
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Our 2014-2015 Annual Report is available for download and review. We hope you find it informative and useful.
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Central Clinic is pleased to share our 2011 Annual report, which highlights the programs and services of Central Clinic that help improve the lives of the community’s most vulnerable residents.
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