Central Clinic Behavioral Health Receives Grant to Fund Adult Mental Health Services
CINCINNATI – Central Clinic Behavioral Health has received a $50,000 grant from the John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust, PNC Charitable Trust. This grant will fund all services delivered in the Adult Services division. The adults served are in distress, diverse and lack access to mental health services due to income or other reasons. These services are offered both in person and by telehealth. The grant funds will be used to help clients now as well as after the pandemic.
Central Clinic Behavioral Health Adult Services provides services through several of its divisions, including:
- Clinical Counseling and Assessment: Assists adults experiencing life crisis and/or serious mental illness.
- Culturally Responsive Services: Provides culturally-specific services to African American men who are diagnosed with major mental illness.
- LGBTQ+ Center: Provides mental health and supportive services to the LBGTQ+ community.
- Art group: Helps clients with self-expression, building coping skills and strengthens socialization.
“Greater Cincinnati adults who are experiencing a crisis, feeling depressed, anxious, or overwhelmed can improve their lives through the mental health services that Central Clinic Behavioral Health offers,” says Dr. Walter S. Smitson, Central Clinic Behavioral Health president and CEO. “Thanks to the John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust, PNC Charitable Trust, Cincinnati adults who need mental health services during this difficult time can receive the assistance that they need.”