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Team of counselors help 12-year-old boy overcome anxiety

CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A local family is sharing a message of hope.

A young student got back to good health with the help of a team from Central Clinic Behavioral Health.
They help families such as Caden’s, who are struggling with mental health concerns.

You’d never know it when you see him interact now, but at Caden’s first appointment with Heike Wilson, who is a Child Health Counselor at Central Clinic Behavioral Health, she had to meet with him in his family van.

Learn about how Caden and his mom deal with childhood anxiety in this interview by Local 12 Health & Wellness Reporter, Liz Bonis.

Cincinnati First Lady Dena Cranley to be honored by Central Clinic Behavioral Health

Central Clinic Behavioral Health, celebrating its 95th year of operation in 2018, will honor Dena Cranley, the City of Cincinnati’s First Lady, during its anniversary celebration. In April, Central Clinic will be celebrating this historic milestone as well as the progress it has made in improving behavioral health services in Greater Cincinnati.

In addition to being the City of Cincinnati’s First Lady, Cranley is the chair of the Cincinnati First Ladies for Health, a coalition of the First Lady and the First Ladies of Cincinnati Churches who have come together to promote healthier living, combat infant mortality, and to close health care disparities. The group hosts a Family Health Day on the same day across churches/centers in our community and provides health programs throughout the year.

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UC President Neville Pinto to keynote Central Clinic Behavioral Health Event

University of Cincinnati President Neville Pinto will be the keynote speaker for Central Clinic Behavioral Health’s 95th Anniversary Celebration.

In April, Central Clinic will be celebrating this historic milestone and the progress it has made in improving behavioral health services in Greater Cincinnati.

Pinto is the 30th president of the University of Cincinnati. Prior to returning to UC, Pinto served as acting president and professor of chemical engineering at the University of Louisville and was the Interim Executive President and University Provost.

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Picture a better 2018

Dear Friends,

Greater Cincinnati is one of the most charitable markets in the United States. It is because of your generous gifts of time, talent, and treasure that we were able to provide hope and results to over 19,000 people last year so they can live full and productive lives. Isn’t that what we all want? This enables these people to be hopeful about tomorrow.

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Addiction recovery for women: Alternative intervention has good success rate

CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A local woman said she struggled for years with addiction until she found a program that targeted to her own needs.

It is a program for women only, that is available through Central Behavioral Health in the community. It has one of the highest success rates in the country.

Read the whole story here.

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