Mental Health Services

A system of care that ensures services are available, accessible, and of high quality.

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Assessment

Adult Services

Services
If you are an adult age 18 or older and experiencing a crisis, feeling depressed, anxious, or overwhelmed and want help, clinical counseling and assessment are available to assist individuals experiencing life crisis and/or serious mental illness. An array of services is offered, including clinical counseling, medication services, testing and evaluation, case management, transgender wellness, LGBTQ+ programming, culturally responsive services for African American men and more. Therapy is available for individuals, as well as their families, couples and groups.
Locations
Location: 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
Phone: 513.558.5801
Fax: 513.558.0240

CDC Behavioral Health (Hamilton and Middletown, Ohio)

Services
We provide complete biopsychosocial assessments to evaluate the need for mental health and/or substance use/abuse treatment. A variety of treatment tools are utilized to gain a comprehensive picture of an individual’s strengths, needs and ultimate therapeutic goals. We then connect each individual to needed services to achieve their treatment goals.

CDC Behavioral Health – Employment Success Program (ESP)

Services
We offer an Employment Success Interview to all TANF eligible adults in Butler County. This interview consists of a complete biopsychosocial assessment with additional evidence-based employment tools to explore individual strengths, barriers to employment, as well as identify employment goals and explore career opportunities. Individuals are then linked to a variety of resources to help them achieve their ultimate goal of meaningful employment at a sustainable wage.
Locations
Location: 4631 Dixie Highway, Fairfield, OH 45014
Phone: 513.868.3984
Fax: 513.887.3221

CDC Behavioral Health -SAMI

Services
We provide complete biopsychosocial assessments to evaluate the need for mental health and/or substance use/abuse treatment for adults and adolescents involved with Butler County Children’s Services (BCCS). A variety of treatment tools are utilized to gain a comprehensive picture of an individual’s strengths, needs and ultimate therapeutic goals to aid them in maintaining or regaining custody of their children. SAMI assessors work in close collaboration with BCCS case workers to locate appropriate community resources and provide care coordination.
Locations
Location: 2250 Pleasant Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45015
Phone: 513.868.4871
Fax: 513.868.1415

Child & Adolescent Counseling Services

Services
Child & Adolescent Counseling Services (CACS), partially supported by United Way, helps children and their families work toward regaining emotional health. Clinicians provide mental health diagnostic evaluations for children and youth, ages five through 18.
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Ave, 4th Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.558.5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Connections for Life

Services
Connections for Life (CfL), partially supported by United Way, is a formal collaborative that serves young (birth through five-years old) children who have experienced chronic and complex trauma and have a developmental delay. Its partners are Central Clinic Behavioral Health’s Child & Family Treatment Center, Cincinnati Occupational Therapy Institute, and the Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati. CfL first provides mental health diagnostic evaluations which are then followed by occupational therapy and speech evaluations.
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone: 513-558-5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Family Access to Integrated Recovery (FAIR)

Services
Family Access to Integrated Recovery (FAIR) is a program developed from a collaborative effort between the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board, the Children’s Services Division of Hamilton County Job and Family Services (HCJFS), and Central Clinic Behavioral Health. FAIR is responsible for assessment, referral for services, and care management of the behavioral health needs of children and family members who are involved with Children’s Services. FAIR provides an entry to mental health and/or alcohol and drug services, and also monitors the service to ensure the child welfare goals of safety, permanence, and well-being are incorporated into treatment.
Locations
Location: 2208 Reading Rd, Cincinnati OH 45202.
Phone: 513.651.4142
Fax: 513.651.2310

Family Healing Center (Butler and Clermont Counties)

Services
The Family Healing Center (FHC) is a program designed to provide therapeutic visitation, individual and family therapy to children and families when the child has been removed by Children’s Services due to drug abuse, and/or physical abuse or neglect. While some children may be in the custody of a relative, they have an open case with Children’s Services. While the child is the identified client, the FHC staff are working closely with the biological parents to help them achieve the skills they need to reunify with their children and provide a safe home for them.
Locations
Butler County
Location: 2100 Pleasant Avenue, Hamilton, OH 45015
Phone: 513.867.5650
Fax: 513.867.5669
Clermont County
Location: 2400 Clermont Center Drive, Suite 204B, Batavia OH 45103
Phone: 513.732.7190
Fax: 513.732.7394

Mental Health Access Point (MHAP)

Services
As the front door to the Hamilton County public mental health system, Mental Health Access Point (MHAP’s) primary mission is to provide a standardized entry to a system of care that ensures that services are available, accessible, and of high quality. MHAP staff are available 24/7/365 to answer calls and connect consumers to appropriate services.
MHAP’s primary function is to access, authorize and connect individuals and families to the appropriate mental health services. Clinicians can provide mental health assessments, transitional case management and transitional medication management services, coordinate mental health referrals, provide housing assessments, and application assistance for Medicaid and Social Security enrollment.
For more information, please visit www.mentalhealthaccesspoint.org.
Locations
Location: 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati OH 45229
Phone: 513.558.8888
Fax: 513.558.3133

Young Child Institute

Services
The Young Child Institute (YCI), partially supported by United Way, knows that emotional bonding is critical for children to succeed in pre-school and kindergarten. Research shows that the first three years of a child’s life are essential for healthy social and emotional development.
Young Child Institute provides consultation, intervention, and clinical treatment services for children ages birth to five years of age, and their primary caregivers. Services are designed to enhance the social and emotional development of these very young children by strengthening the parent-child attachment.
Locations
Location: 512 Maxwell Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.872.1155
Fax: 513.751.0401

Counseling (Individual, Family, Couples, & Group)

Adult Services

Services
Adult Services helps people 18 years old and older who are experiencing emotional distress or serious mental illness. The program’s goal is to help people recover and improve their quality of life. This includes individual, group, couples, family and supportive therapy and counseling, psychiatric medication management, psychological testing, case management, diagnostic assessment, and referral to outside services as needed. Specialized services include transgender wellness, culturally responsive services for African American men, and LGBTQ programming
Locations
Location: 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
Phone: 513.558.5801
Fax: 513.558.0240

CDC Behavioral Health (Hamilton and Middletown, Ohio)

Services
CDC provides mental health and substance use disorder assessment and treatment to children, families, and adults in Butler County. This includes individual, group, couples and family counseling, intensive outpatient SUD, domestic violence services, psychological testing, psychiatric medication management, case management, peer support and care coordination. We help connect each individual to needed services to achieve their treatment goals.
Locations

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

Child & Adolescent Counseling Services

Services
Child & Adolescent Counseling Services (CACS), partially supported by United Way, helps children, youth, and their families work toward regaining emotional health. CACS uses a range of evidence-based treatment models and therapists have been trained in a variety of trauma-informed models. Some of the many issues that children and youth experience include depression, anxiety, difficulty with interpersonal relationships, loss, crisis, trauma, problems in school, and other behavioral issues.
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Ave, 4th Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.558.5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Connections for Life

Services
Connections for Life (CfL), partially supported by United Way, is a formal collaborative that serves young (birth through five years of age) children who have experienced chronic and complex trauma and have a developmental delay. Its partners are Central Clinic Behavioral Health’s Child & Family Treatment Center, Cincinnati Occupational Therapy Institute, and the Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati. The goal is to have all three specialists work with the client/family simultaneously to remediate the effect chronic trauma has in a child’s development, ultimately positioning them to be successful in kindergarten.
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Avenue – Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone: 513-558-5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Court Clinic Treatment

Services
The following mental health treatment opportunities are offered to help individuals involved in the criminal justice system:
Alternative Interventions for Women (AIW) program is an intensive treatment program for women with co-occurring disorders (mental health and substance abuse), involved in the criminal justice system. AIW provides individual and group therapy as well as case management and psychiatric medication management services to help women heal and cope more effectively with life issues. The program teaches the necessary skills for clients to become contributing members of society.
Alternative Interventions for Men (AIM) is a gender specific, evidenced based treatment program for nonviolent men, involved in the criminal justice system, who have co-occurring mental health and substance use/abuse/dependence disorders. The program includes individual and group counseling, case management services (housing, psychiatric stability, vocational and support services), and psychiatric medication management.
Thinking for a Change (T4C) is an integrated, cognitive behavioral change program for offenders that includes cognitive restructuring, social skills development, and development of problem-solving skills.
Behavior Modification / Anger Management provides education and support to individuals with substance use and mental health issues, using evidenced- based curriculum to build skills for recognizing cues and triggers for anger and developing skills to improve managing anger.
Locations
Location: 909 Sycamore Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: 513.651.9300
Fax: 513.352.1348

Family Access to Integrated Recovery (FAIR)

Services
Family Access to Integrated Recovery (FAIR) is a program developed from a collaborative effort between the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board, the Children’s Services Division of Hamilton County Job and Family Services (HCJFS), and Central Clinic Behavioral Health. FAIR became operational on February 1, 2010 and is responsible for assessment, referral for services, and care management of the behavioral health needs of children and family members who are involved with Children’s Services. FAIR provides an entry to mental health and/or alcohol and drug services and monitors the service to ensure the child welfare goals of safety, permanence, and well-being are incorporated into treatment. FAIR also provides transitional services including psychiatric medication management, case management, and therapy.
Locations
Location: 2208 Reading Rd, Cincinnati OH 45202.
Phone: 513.651.4142
Fax: 513.651.2310

Family Healing Center (Butler and Clermont Counties)

Services
The Family Healing Center (FHC) is a program designed to provide therapeutic visitation, individual and family therapy to children and families when the child has been removed by Children’s Services due to drug abuse, and/or physical abuse or neglect. While some children may be in the custody of a relative, they have an open case with Children’s Services. While the child is the identified client, the FHC staff are working closely with the biological parents to help them achieve the skills they need to reunify with their children and provide a safe home for them.

Butler County

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

Clermont County

Location: 2400 Clermont Center Drive, Suite 204B, Batavia OH 45103
Phone: 513.732.7190
Fax: 513.732.7394

Ready-to-Learn School-Based Services

Services
The Ready to Learn School-Based Services (RtL), partially supported by United Way, provides and coordinates school-based behavioral health services – prevention, intervention, and counseling. Activities and services are designed to enhance the students’ strengths and reduce risk factors that are barriers to learning, allowing for social-emotional growth and academic achievement. RtL is presently in seven schools within CPS and CISE (Catholic Inner-City School Education Fund).
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Ave, 4th Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.558.5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Young Child Institute

Services
The Young Child Institute (YCI) program, partially supported by United Way, provides clinical treatment services for children ages birth to five years of age and their primary caregivers. The services follow evidence-based models and are designed to enhance the social and emotional development of these very young children by strengthening parent-child attachment.
Locations
Location: 512 Maxwell Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.872.1155
Fax: 513.751.0401

Outpatient: (Case Management & Medication Services)

Adult Services

Services
If you are an adult age 18 or older and experiencing a crisis, feeling depressed, anxious or overwhelmed and want help, clinical counseling and assessment are provided to assist individuals experiencing life crisis and/or serious mental illness. An array of counseling services is offered, including clinical counseling, medication services, testing and evaluation, case management, transgender wellness, culturally responsive services for African American men and more. Services are available for individuals, as well as their families, couples and groups.
Locations
Location: 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
Phone: 513.558.5801
Fax: 513.558.0240

CDC Behavioral Health (Hamilton and Middletown, Ohio)

Services
CDC provides mental health and substance use/abuse assessment and treatment services to children, families, and adults. Services include psychological testing as well as individual, group, family, and marriage counseling, intensive outpatient SUD services, domestic violence services, case management, and psychiatric medication management services. We connect each individual to needed services to achieve their treatment goals.
Locations

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

Child & Adolescent Counseling Services

Services
Child & Adolescent Counseling Services, (CACS) partially supported by United Way, helps children, youth, and their families work toward regaining emotional health. CACS uses a range of evidence-based treatment models and therapists have been trained in a variety of trauma-informed models. Children and youth experiencing depression, anxiety, loss, trauma, behavioral problems, etc. are first assessed before receiving counseling. In addition, they may be referred to case management and medication services as needed.
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Ave, 4th Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.558.5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Connections for Life

Services
Connections for Life (CfL), partially supported by United Way, is a formal collaborative that serves young children, ages birth through five, who have experienced chronic and complex trauma and have a developmental delay. Its partners are Central Clinic Behavioral Health’s Child & Family Treatment Center, Cincinnati Occupational Therapy Institute, and the Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati. After participating in mental health, speech and occupational therapy evaluations, young children and their families receive counseling. In addition, they may be referred to case management and medication services as needed.
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Avenue – Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone: 513-558-5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Family Access to Integrated Recovery (FAIR)

Services
Family Access to Integrated Recovery (FAIR) is a program developed from a collaborative effort between the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board, the Children’s Services Division of Hamilton County Job and Family Services (HCJFS), and Central Clinic Behavioral Health. FAIR became operational on February 1, 2010 and is responsible for assessment, referral for services, and care management of the behavioral health needs of children and family members who are involved with Children’s Services. FAIR provides an entry to mental health and/or alcohol and drug services and monitors the service to ensure the child welfare goals of safety, permanence, and well-being are incorporated into treatment. FAIR also provides transitional services including psychiatric medication management, case management, and therapy.
Locations
Location: 2208 Reading Rd, Cincinnati OH 45202.
Phone: 513.651.4142
Fax: 513.651.2310

Family Healing Center (Butler and Clermont Counties)

Services
The Family Healing Center (FHC) is a program designed to provide therapeutic visitation, individual and family therapy to children and families when the child has been removed by Children’s Services due to drug abuse, and/or physical abuse or neglect. While some children may be in the custody of a relative, they have an open case with Children’s Services. While the child is the identified client, the FHC staff are working closely with the biological parents to help them achieve the skills they need to reunify with their children and provide a safe home for them.
Locations

Butler County

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

Clermont County

Location: 2400 Clermont Center Drive, Suite 204B, Batavia OH 45103
Phone: 513.732.7190
Fax: 513.732.7394

Mental Health Access Point (MHAP)

Services
As the front door to the Hamilton County public mental health system, Mental Health Access Point (MHAP’s) primary mission is to provide a standardized entry to a system of care that ensures that services are available, accessible, and of high quality. MHAP staff are available 24/7/365 to answer calls and connect consumers to appropriate services.
MHAP’s primary function is to access, authorize and connect individuals and families to the appropriate mental health services. Clinicians can provide mental health assessments, transitional case management and transitional medication management services, coordinate mental health referrals, provide housing assessments, and application assistance for Medicaid and Social Security enrollment.
For more information, please visit http://www.mentalhealthaccesspoint.org.
Locations
Phone: 513.558.8888
Fax: 513.558.3133
Location: 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati OH 45229
FAIR and HOPE are located at 2208 Reading Rd, Cincinnati OH 45202

Ready-to-Learn School-Based

Services
The Ready to Learn School-Based Services (RtL), partially supported by United Way, provides and coordinates school-based behavioral health services – prevention, intervention, and counseling. Activities and services are designed to enhance the students’ strengths and reduce risk factors that are barriers to learning, allowing for social-emotional growth and academic achievement. RtL is presently in seven schools within CPS and CISE (Catholic Inner-City School Education Fund). In addition, they may be referred to case management and medication services as needed.
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Ave, 4th Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.558.5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Young Child Institute

Services
The Young Child Institute (YCI) program, partially supported by United Way, provides clinical treatment services for children ages birth to five years of age and their primary caregivers. The services follow evidence-based models and are designed to enhance the social and emotional development of these very young children by strengthening parent-child attachment. Young children are first assessed before receiving counseling. In addition, they may be referred to case management and medication services as needed.
Locations
Location: 512 Maxwell Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.872.1155
Fax: 513.751.0401

Psychological Testing

Adult Services

Services
Psychological testing services are a part of the wide array of services and supports available within Adult Services. Testing is available for but not limited to, diagnostic clarification, cognitive issues such as memory or IQ, testing for achievement and personality, as well as in depth analyses related to autism spectrum, ADHD, etc.
Locations
Location: 311 Albert Sabin Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
Phone: 513.558.5801
Fax: 513.558.0240

CDC Behavioral Health – Hamilton, Ohio

Services
We provide complete biopsychosocial assessments to evaluate the need for mental health and/or substance use/abuse treatment. A variety of treatment tools are utilized to gain a comprehensive picture of an individual’s strengths, needs and ultimate therapeutic goals. We then connect each individual to needed services to achieve their treatment goals.
Locations

Hamilton

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

Child & Adolescent Counseling Services

Services
Child & Adolescent Counseling Services, (CACS) partially supported by >United Way , helps children and youth (6-18 years old), and their families work toward regaining emotional health. The goal of psychological testing is one (or more) of the following:

  1. to determine areas of special need
  2. to determine a child’s level of developmental or cognitive functioning
  3. to determine a child’s pattern of strengths and weaknesses
  4. to determine what, if any, mental health disorders are interfering with the child’s current functioning
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Ave, 4th Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.558.5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Connections for Life

Services
Connections for Life (CfL), partially supported by United Way, is a formal collaborative that serves young children, ages birth through five, who have experienced chronic and complex trauma and have a developmental delay. Its partners are Central Clinic Behavioral Health’s Child & Family Treatment Center, Cincinnati Occupational Therapy Institute, and the Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati. The goal of psychological testing is one (or more) of the following:

  1. to determine areas of special need
  2. to determine a child’s level of developmental or cognitive functioning
  3. to determine a child’s pattern of strengths and weaknesses
  4. to determine what, if any, mental health disorders are interfering with the child’s current functioning
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Avenue – Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone: 513.558.5878
Fax: 513.558.5076

Ready to Learn School-Based Services

Services
The Ready to Learn School-Based Services (RtL), partially supported by United Way, provides and coordinates school-based behavioral health services – prevention, intervention, and counseling. Activities and services are designed to enhance the students’ strengths and reduce risk factors that are barriers to learning, allowing for social-emotional growth and academic achievement. The goal of psychological testing is one (or more) of the following:

  1. to determine areas of special need
  2. to determine a child’s level of developmental or cognitive functioning
  3. to determine a child’s pattern of strengths and weaknesses
  4. to determine what, if any, mental health disorders are interfering with the child’s current functioning
Locations
Location: Helen Rose Ziegler Professional Building, 2825 Burnet Ave, 4th Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.558.6635 or 513.238.8010
Fax: 513.558.5076

Young Child Institute

Services
The Young Child Institute (YCI) program, partially supported by United Way, provides clinical treatment services for children ages birth to five years of age and their primary caregivers. The services follow evidence-based models and are designed to enhance the social and emotional development of these very young children by strengthening parent-child attachment. The goal of psychological testing is one (or more) of the following:

  1. to determine areas of special need
  2. to determine a child’s level of developmental or cognitive functioning
  3. to determine a child’s pattern of strengths and weaknesses
  4. to determine what, if any, mental health disorders are interfering with the child’s current functioning
Locations
Location: 512 Maxwell Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45219.
Phone: 513.871.1155
Fax: 513.751.0401

Domestic Violence

CDC Behavioral Health – Hamilton, Ohio

Services
Programming for offenders focuses on accountability, empathy building, education, client and family history, and ongoing risk assessment. The goal is to help the person understand and recognize abusive behaviors, attitudes, and language; and to develop skills to de-escalate and to stop them.
Programming for victims is to empower the person with tools for recognizing domestic violence in all its forms, (Physical, Emotional and Verbal), helping them to understand the cycle of violence; and how they may have “normalized” the abuse and even blame themselves. Finally, the client is given the tools to become and stay safe, which include community resources and safety planning
Locations

Hamilton

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