Central Clinic Behavioral Health, a 501[c] nonprofit organization, is a leader in delivering the right behavioral health treatment at the right time. Our clinicians and support staff of over 300 stays laser-focused on our mission so that each person we treat knows there is hope. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion. Central Clinic Behavioral Health has a salary structure commensurate with experience and a generous benefit package. If you think your talent and expertise would fit our needs, please click on a tab below to view the current employment opportunities. Here is some brief information about our five divisions so you can determine the right employment fit for you:
Adult Services supports adults who struggle with severe mental illness. Each person receives individualized services including counseling, case management, group therapy, and prescription-drug management. Many individuals served are connected to our high-impact programs, such as Culturally Responsive Services, Transgender Wellness Program, and the LGBTQ+ Center.
CDC Behavioral Health Services is located in Butler and Clermont counties and provides mental health and substance use assessment and treatment services to children, families and adults. One specialty program is The Family Healing Center, which serves children and their families in Butler and Clermont counties through trauma-focused therapeutic visitation, successfully helping families build the skills necessary to be considered for reunification.
The Child & Family Treatment Center’s primary objective is to help children be emotionally and developmentally prepared to succeed in school and home environments. This is achieved through our evidence-based practices, our direct-service programs, and our school-based prevention services.
Court Clinic provides a variety of evaluation and treatment services for those involved in the criminal justice system. This includes in-depth assessments and treatment of mental health and/or addiction issues. Two of the signature and award-winning program focus on men and women in addiction treatment – Alternative Interventions for Women and Alternative Interventions for Men.
Central Connection (formerly Mental Health Access Point) is the front door to the Hamilton County public mental health system; the primary mission is to provide a standardized entry to a system of care that ensures that services are available, accessible and of high quality.
Culture is important. Central Clinic Behavioral Health believes that employees are its greatest strength. President/CEO, Dr. Walter Smitson, takes time out of his day to reach out to employees who may be celebrating a special year. Here is one such employee response:
“Good Morning! I just wanted to drop a note to say thank you so very much for the kind note and very generous Kroger gift card for my nine-year anniversary with Central Clinic. I am sorry I didn’t send this sooner, but the Forensic unit was very busy during the time I received my card and I set it aside to open it later and well, later just finally happened! Your generosity put a smile on my heart and a skip in my step as I truly love working at Court Clinic and it is so fun to feel appreciated. Just knowing that the president of our company and his staff cares so much for their employees definitely warms a girl’s soul. Again, thank you so much – your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated.” — Suzanne Waters, forensic services coordinator in Court Clinic
A returning employee, Bo King, MSW, LSW, was excited to return to work at Central Clinic Behavioral Health. She had this to say about this experience: “I cannot even begin to express how grateful I am to be welcomed back to CCBH with open arms. I am thrilled to be returning “home” and continuing my career with the agency and team that I love!”