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Central Clinic Behavioral Health provided services to 21,112 clients/patients in 2018-19.
After six months of treatment, 49% of adult clients within Adult Services, CDC Behavioral Health Services, and Court Clinic Treatment improved their overall functioning as measured by the Daily Living Activities Scale (DLA-20 ©).
In partnership with Hamilton County JFS and the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services board, FAIR (Family Access to Integrated Recovery) provided assistance to 5,676 people through assessments, brief treatment, and connection to services.
To the greater Cincinnati community,
As all of us continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Central Clinic Behavioral Health is working diligently to stay current on directives and guidance from local, state, regional, and federal entities. Our top priority is the care, health, and safety of the clients/patients we serve, along with the health and well-being of our personnel.
Central Clinic Behavioral Health values client feedback. This story, which has been edited for space, is about a man and his therapist and how she changed his life. We hope you enjoy this and our Winter 2019 newsletter.
“I would like to take this opportunity to first apologize for the bad handwriting, that I cannot help. Yet, what I can help is the fact it would be a disservice for me go on with my everyday life without sharing what needs to be shared.
Never would I have dreamt that I would walk into a behavioral health center as one never knows what life serves up from day to day. However, being what it is, I walked those halls and sat in the waiting room with other people just like me – all with a story. Yes, I pay a lot of attention to detail which is probably part of the reason I’m a client in the first place.