CDC Behavioral Health Services

CDC Behavioral Health Services 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.

Available Services

  • 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

Click here for the CDC Behavioral Health Center Brochure

Locations

There are four locations in Butler County:

Hamilton

Location: 2250 Pleasant Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45015
Phone: 513.868.1562
Fax: 513.868.1415

Middletown

Location: 1239 Central Avenue, Middletown, OH 45044
Phone: 513.737.1247
Fax: 513.737.3639

The Family Healing Center

Location: 2100 Pleasant Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45015
Phone: 513.867.5650
Fax: 513.867.5669

Click here for the CDC Family Healing Center Brochure

CDC-SAMI at BCCS

Location: 300 North Fair Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45011
Phone: 513.887.4309
Fax: 513.887.4260

CDC-SAMI Employment Success at Butler County Ohio Means Jobs

Location: 4631 Dixie Highway, Fairfield, OH 45014

Phone: tel:+1-513.887.3628

Fax: tel:+1-513.887.3221

Director: CDC-SAMI/Utilization Manager for BCCS: Jen Wlodarczyk, LCDCIII

ESI Flyer 6-27-18 (002) for information about Employment Success at Butler County Means Jobs

Family Healing Center

Phone: 513.867.5664
Fax: 513.867.5669
Program Director: Vanessa Brown, LPCC, LICDC, CTP-C
Location: 2100 Pleasant Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45015

Learn more about the Family Healing Center
CDC Behavioral Health Services provides therapeutic visitation for Butler County Children’s Services (BCCS) at the Family Healing Center. Programming is provided to families involved with BCCS who have been ordered to have supervised parent-child visitation. Cognitive Behavioral Treatment, an evidence-based trauma model of care, addresses family issues such as mental health, substance use, or domestic violence that can impact adequate parenting and reunification of the family.

The program’s primary goal is to help families reunify and establish a healthy and functional family unit. Staff works closely with BCCS and other community providers that are serving these family members.

Click here for the CDC Family Healing Center Brochure

Available Services

  • Diagnostic Assessment
  • Supervised therapeutic visitation
  • Counseling
  • Care coordination

SAMI at Butler County Children’s Services

Phone: 513.887.4309
Fax: 513.887.4260
Director CDC-SAMI/Utilization Manager for BCCS: Jen Wlodarczyk, LCDCIII
Location: 300 North Fair Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45011

Learn more about SAMI at Butler County Children’s Services
CDC staff provides assessments for substance use and/or abuse and mental health issues for families involved with Butler County Children’s Services (BCCS). The goal is to quickly identify issues that may be impeding adequate parenting.

SAMI assessors are located within the BCCS facilities to assure that assessors can work in close collaboration with BCCS caseworkers. Assessors identify issues related to substance use and mental health, and locate appropriate community resources. Referrals are tracked to assure that individuals and families are connected to services, are benefitting from those services and are making the needed changes in their life to be better parents for their children.

Available Services

  • Substance use and/or abuse and mental health diagnostic assessments
  • Coordination of care