MRSS Providers in Ohio by County

To locate a provider in your area, click on the county in which you live on the map below.

adams County

Adams County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

allen County

Coleman Professional Services (Allen)

Coleman Professional Services (Allen)

Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Health Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.

Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.

MRSS Contact: Whitney Ratliffwhitney.ratliff@colemanservices.org | Maragert Lawrencemargaret.lawrence@colemanservices.org

ashland County

Ashland County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

ashtabula County

Ashtabula County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

athens County

Athens County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

auglaize County

Coleman Professional Services (Auglaize)

Coleman Professional Services (Auglaize)

Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Health Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.

Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.

MRSS Contact: Whitney Ratliffwhitney.ratliff@colemanservices.org | Maragert Lawrencemargaret.lawrence@colemanservices.org

belmont County

Belmont County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

brown County

Brown County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

butler County

Butler Behavioral Health (Butler)

Butler Behavioral Health (Butler)

Butler Behavioral Health is licensed by the Ohio Department of Mental Health, the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services and CARF accredited. All treatment staff are fully licensed by the State of Ohio.

We value services to young people, which strengthen their family relationships. We will strive whenever possible to serve young people in a manner which strengthens family resources and their ability to provide support and guidance to the child. We believe that parents (or surrogate parents) are important partners in the treatment process.

MRSS Contact: Adalicia Carrilloacarrillo@bbhs.org

carroll County

Carroll County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

champaign County

Champaign County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

clark County

Clark County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

clermont County

Child Focus (Clermont)

Child Focus (Clermont)

At Child Focus, we recognize the importance of identifying and treating mental health issues as early as possible and offering a wide range of services. Mental disorders affect not only the children and adults who have them, but also individuals around them. It is imperative that mental health issues are addressed in the context of a family partnership and all of Child Focus’ behavioral health services require involvement of the primary caregiver. The critical tasks of mental health services include promoting healthy relationships, improving behavioral and emotional functioning, thus drastically increasing the likelihood of success in life.

MRSS Contact: Ann Wiseawise@child-focus.org

clinton County

Butler Behavioral Health (Clinton)

Butler Behavioral Health (Clinton)

Butler Behavioral Health is licensed by the Ohio Department of Mental Health, the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services and CARF accredited. All treatment staff are fully licensed by the State of Ohio.

We value services to young people, which strengthen their family relationships. We will strive whenever possible to serve young people in a manner which strengthens family resources and their ability to provide support and guidance to the child. We believe that parents (or surrogate parents) are important partners in the treatment process.

MRSS Contact: Morgan Liddicmliddic@bbhs.org

columbiana County

Columbiana County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

coshocton County

Allwell (Coshocton)

Allwell (Coshocton)

Allwell Behavioral Health Services is a private, not-for-profit provider of comprehensive community mental health services in Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry counties.

Allwell was created in 2016 as a merger of Six County Inc. and Thompkins Treatment Inc. While Six County offered services to all ages, Thompkins Treatment specialized in youth aged 2 to 18. After conducting an analysis of our services, we determined that we could better serve our communities as a single entity. We integrate mental and physical care to offer the hope of wellbeing for you and every member of your family

Since the 1950’s, our services have expanded to meet the changing needs of our diverse communities. Because every client comes to us with unique values and problems, we mold our services to their needs to help them reach their full potential.

MRSS Contact: rsmith@allwell.org 

crawford County

Crawford County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

cuyahoga County

Bellefaire (Cuyahoga)

Bellefaire (Cuyahoga)

Bellefaire JCB is among the nation’s largest, most experienced child service agencies providing a variety of behavioral health, substance abuse, education and prevention services. Bellefaire JCB helps more than 30,000 youth and their families yearly achieve resiliency, dignity and self-sufficiency through its more than 25 programs.

MRSS Contact: Chava Harris harrisc1@bellefairejcb.org

First Alliance Healthcare of Ohio (Cuyahoga)

First Alliance Healthcare of Ohio (Cuyahoga)

First Alliance Healthcare of Ohio is a community-based agency providing mental health and substance abuse services to adults, adolescents, children and families. We understand the importance of treating the mind and body. First Alliance is committed to our staff and the communities we serve.

Personalized patient care is what sets First Alliance Healthcare apart. When you visit one of our campus locations you can expect to receive world class care. Expert physician specialists and caring clinical staff provide you with an exceptional health care experience. Personalized patient care is what sets First Alliance Healthcare apart.

MRSS Contact: Denise Sadler – dsadler@firstalliancehc.com

darke County

Darke County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

defiance County

Defiance County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

delaware County

Delaware County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

erie County

Erie County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

fairfield County

New Horizons Mental Health (Fairfield)

New Horizons Mental Health Services (Fairfield)

Founded in 1971, New Horizons has served thousands of community residents of all ages and with all types of mental health, and substance abuse issues. Our partnerships with Fairfield County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services and Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services help us to provide a variety of mental health services that our community needs and wants.

At New Horizons, we have a long history of commitment to the health and wellbeing of our communities. Our mission statement reminds us of this commitment, and inspires us everyday to make a difference in our community and in the lives of others.

MRSS Contact: slawson@newhorizonsmentalhealth.org

fayette County

Fayette County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

franklin County

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (Franklin)

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (Franklin)

Nationwide Children’s Hospital is a destination academic pediatric medical center designed to manage the most complex of diseases. We treat the sickest of patients from across the country and around the world. We build research programs to assure tomorrow’s breakthroughs help children everywhere. And we train the next generation of physicians, scientists and health care professionals.

Beyond our walls, we invest in building social equity in our communities, address the social determinants of health, and develop payment models to better serve unique populations of children. Our unparalleled investment in Behavioral Health services and research further cements our role as an ambitious champion for the well-being of children everywhere.

MRSS Contact: Meredith Adamsmeredith.adams@nationwidechildrens.org

fulton County

Fulton County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

gallia County

Gallia County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

geauga County

Ravenwood (Geauga)

Ravenwood (Geauga)

Ravenwood Health is a Trauma Informed Agency that strives to provide a safe and compassionate community that supports and respects the unique journey of each person’s path to healing, creating hope for all those who walk through our doors.

Trauma Informed Care is an organizational structure and treatment framework that involves understanding, recognizing, and responding to the effects of all types of trauma. Trauma Informed Care also emphasizes physical, psychological and emotional safety for both consumers and providers, and helps survivors rebuild a sense of control and empowerment.

MRSS Contact: Casandra ZouharyZouharyc@ravenwoodhealth.org | Gabrielle Sassano – sassanog@ravenwoodhealth.org

greene County

Greene County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

guernsey County

Allwell (Guernsey)

Allwell (Guernsey)

Allwell Behavioral Health Services is a private, not-for-profit provider of comprehensive community mental health services in Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry counties.

Allwell was created in 2016 as a merger of Six County Inc. and Thompkins Treatment Inc. While Six County offered services to all ages, Thompkins Treatment specialized in youth aged 2 to 18. After conducting an analysis of our services, we determined that we could better serve our communities as a single entity. We integrate mental and physical care to offer the hope of wellbeing for you and every member of your family

Since the 1950’s, our services have expanded to meet the changing needs of our diverse communities. Because every client comes to us with unique values and problems, we mold our services to their needs to help them reach their full potential.

MRSS Contact: rsmith@allwell.org

hamilton County

Hamilton County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

hancock County

Family Resource Center (Hancock)

Family Resource Center (Hancock)

The mission of Family Resource Center is to provide specialized behavioral health services to children, youth, adults, and families in our multicultural communities in order to strengthen family life and promote personal growth.

MRSS Contact: Maria Coolmaria.cool@frcohio.org

hardin County

Coleman Professional Services (Hardin)

Coleman Professional Services (Hardin)

Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Health Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.

Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.

MRSS Contact: Whitney Ratliff – whitney.ratliff@colemanservices.org | Maragert Lawrence – margaret.lawrence@colemanservices.org

harrison County

Harrison County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

henry County

Henry County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

highland County

Highland County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

hocking County

Hopewell Health Centers (Hocking)

Hopewell Health Centers (Hocking)

Our Mission is to provide access to affordable, high quality, integrated health care for all. Our organization offers a wide range of services, which includes comprehensive behavioral health care, dental health care, and primary health care. At HHC, a variety of public and private insurances are accepted in addition to a sliding fee scale for dental health care, primary health care, and some behavioral health care services. Hopewell Health Centers has 22 locations spanning nine counties in Southeastern Ohio. HHC is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of patients and individuals from the communities which we serve.

MRSS Contact: Allison Pallardallison.pallard@hopewellhealth.org

holmes County

The Counseling Center (TCC) (Holmes)

The Counseling Center (TCC) (Holmes)

The Counseling Center’s (TCC’s) Children’s Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment services (also known as Children’s CPST or Children’s Case Management Services) are ongoing types of mental health service designed to make sure that children with complex, multiple needs receive the kinds of care and services that will allow them to continue to live at home and function at their best. Children’s CPST services focus on locating and coordinating all the types of services that such children may need from not only the Counseling Center, but from other health professionals, schools, courts and social agencies.

Home-Based Intervention (or “HBI”) is an intensive type of mental health counseling designed to help stabilize difficult family situations so that children can continue to live at home and families can remain intact. HBI is an intensive, time-limited process that takes place in your home and can help you and your family discover solutions to the challenges you face..

MRSS Contact: Jeff Bradford – jbradford@ccwhc.org

huron County

Family Life Counseling Services (Huron)

Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services (Huron)

Family Life was organized and opened under the direction of Dr. Steven Burggraf in 1999. With very small beginnings, Dr. Burggraf established a working relationship with Richland County Children Services and Richland County Juvenile Court. His primary focus was to provide mental health evaluations and adolescent treatment services, but he quickly added services as needs were apparent.

Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services draws on the latest test research and the expertise of its committed and trained clinical staff of licensed counselors and social workers. All are skilled practitioners with broad experience in helping youth and adults in crisis situations. They work together as a team to provide creative, systemically oriented treatment interventions.

MRSS Contact: Susan Wilsonsue@schoolbasedcounseling.com

jackson County

Hopewell Health Centers (Jackson)

Hopewell Health Centers (Jackson)

Our Mission is to provide access to affordable, high quality, integrated health care for all. Our organization offers a wide range of services, which includes comprehensive behavioral health care, dental health care, and primary health care. At HHC, a variety of public and private insurances are accepted in addition to a sliding fee scale for dental health care, primary health care, and some behavioral health care services. Hopewell Health Centers has 22 locations spanning nine counties in Southeastern Ohio. HHC is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of patients and individuals from the communities which we serve.

MRSS Contact: Allison Pallard – allison.pallard@hopewellhealth.org

jefferson County

Coleman Professional Services (Jefferson)

Coleman Professional Services (Jefferson)

Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Health Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.

Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.

MRSS Contact: Andrea Dominick – andrea.dominick@colemanservices.org

knox County

Knox County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

lake County

Lake County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

lawrence County

Lawrence County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

licking County

Licking County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

logan County

Logan County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

lorain County

Applewood Centers (Lorain)

Applewood Centers (Lorain)

Applewood Centers Inc. is a private, nonprofit social service agency that provides behavioral health and educational services for children and youth ages 6-18 and their families. Dedicated to addressing a variety of mental health, emotional and learning problems, our team in Lorain County offers an array of community-based services, including outpatient counseling, psychiatry, in-home therapy, school-based counseling, parent coaching on behavior management, and prevention and education services. Services are provided from our offices, at clients’ schools and in the home.

MRSS Contact: Sarah Elek – eleks@applewoodcenters.org | Michelle Sims – msims@applewoodcenters.org

lucas County

Zepf Center (Lucas)

Zepf Center (Lucas)

The Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services Zepf Center provides include psychiatric and therapy services, as well as case management and wellness programs to individuals between the ages of 2-22 years.

When working with children or adolescents it is vital that their family, school and community be a part of their treatment plan. Zepf Center recognizes this and strives to include this in our work with children and adolescents. Included in this focus is not only their behavioral health care needs but their physical health and social needs. Zepf Center staff will work with the child or adolescent’s family physician and other medical professionals as needed.

Treatment goes beyond physical and mental health. Therefore Zepf Center operates a Wellness Program which includes programing that provides a proactive approach to introducing and practicing wellness activities.

MRSS Contact: Renee Radford – rradford@zepfcenter.org

madison County

Madison County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

mahoning County

Alta Care Group (Mahoning)

Alta Care Group (Mahoning)

Alta Care Group, the area’s leading expert in strengthening vulnerable children, is the parent organization of Alta Behavioral Healthcare, a contract agency of the Mahoning County Mental Health and Recovery Board; and Alta Head Start, the county’s provider of Head Start and Early Head Start services.

With the help of local, state and federal funding, Alta Care Group has developed into a multi-service behavioral health care treatment and comprehensive preschool organization.

MRSS Contact: Sarah Macovitz – sarahm@altacaregroup.org

marion County

Marion County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

medina County

Medina County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

meigs County

Meigs County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

mercer County

Foundations Behavioral Health (Mercer)

Foundations Behavioral Health Services (Mercer)

Our mission is “to provide timely, effective, and efficient assessment, treatment, and support services for the residents of the surrounding areas who are experiencing or are impacted by behavioral health disorders.” Mental and substance use disorders affect people from all walks of life and age groups. These illnesses are common, recurrent, and often serious, but they are treatable and many people do recover. It is estimated that 20% of the population will experience a behavioral health disorder at some time in their lives.

To accomplish this mission, we hire professional clinical staff to meet the needs of our clients. We believe that local residents should not have to travel long distances to receive professional behavioral health services. We truly provide professional services – close to home. We are certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, and our core programs are accredited by CARF, an international accrediting organization with rigorous standards.

MRSS Contact: Diane Gable – dianeg@foundationsbhs.org

miami County

Miami County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

monroe County

Monroe County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

montgomery County

Montgomery County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

morgan County

Allwell (Morgan)

Allwell (Morgan)

Allwell Behavioral Health Services is a private, not-for-profit provider of comprehensive community mental health services in Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry counties.

Allwell was created in 2016 as a merger of Six County Inc. and Thompkins Treatment Inc. While Six County offered services to all ages, Thompkins Treatment specialized in youth aged 2 to 18. After conducting an analysis of our services, we determined that we could better serve our communities as a single entity. We integrate mental and physical care to offer the hope of wellbeing for you and every member of your family

Since the 1950’s, our services have expanded to meet the changing needs of our diverse communities. Because every client comes to us with unique values and problems, we mold our services to their needs to help them reach their full potential.

MRSS Contact: rsmith@allwell.org

morrow County

Morrow County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

muskingum County

Allwell (Muskingum)

Allwell (Muskingum)

Allwell Behavioral Health Services is a private, not-for-profit provider of comprehensive community mental health services in Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry counties.

Allwell was created in 2016 as a merger of Six County Inc. and Thompkins Treatment Inc. While Six County offered services to all ages, Thompkins Treatment specialized in youth aged 2 to 18. After conducting an analysis of our services, we determined that we could better serve our communities as a single entity. We integrate mental and physical care to offer the hope of well-being for you and every member of your family

Since the 1950’s, our services have expanded to meet the changing needs of our diverse communities. Because every client comes to us with unique values and problems, we mold our services to their needs to help them reach their full potential.

MRSS Contact: rsmith@allwell.org

noble County

Allwell (Noble)

Allwell (Noble)

Allwell Behavioral Health Services is a private, not-for-profit provider of comprehensive community mental health services in Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble and Perry counties.

Allwell was created in 2016 as a merger of Six County Inc. and Thompkins Treatment Inc. While Six County offered services to all ages, Thompkins Treatment specialized in youth aged 2 to 18. After conducting an analysis of our services, we determined that we could better serve our communities as a single entity. We integrate mental and physical care to offer the hope of wellbeing for you and every member of your family

Since the 1950’s, our services have expanded to meet the changing needs of our diverse communities. Because every client comes to us with unique values and problems, we mold our services to their needs to help them reach their full potential.

MRSS Contact: rsmith@allwell.org 

ottawa County

Ottawa County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

paulding County

Foundations Behavioral Health (Paulding)

Foundations Behavioral Health Services (Paulding)

Our mission is “to provide timely, effective, and efficient assessment, treatment, and support services for the residents of the surrounding areas who are experiencing or are impacted by behavioral health disorders.” Mental and substance use disorders affect people from all walks of life and age groups. These illnesses are common, recurrent, and often serious, but they are treatable and many people do recover. It is estimated that 20% of the population will experience a behavioral health disorder at some time in their lives.

To accomplish this mission, we hire professional clinical staff to meet the needs of our clients. We believe that local residents should not have to travel long distances to receive professional behavioral health services. We truly provide professional services – close to home. We are certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, and our core programs are accredited by CARF, an international accrediting organization with rigorous standards.

MRSS Contact: Diane Gable – dianeg@foundationsbhs.org

perry County

Perry County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

pickaway County

Pickaway County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

pike County

Pike County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

portage County

Coleman Professional Services (Portage)

Coleman Professional Services (Portage)

Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Health Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.

Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.

MRSS Contact: Kelly MacMullin – kelly.macmullin@colemanservices.org

preble County

Preble County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

putnam County

Coleman Professional Services (Putnam)

Coleman Professional Services (Putnam)

Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Health Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.

Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.

MRSS Contact: Whitney Ratliff – whitney.ratliff@colemanservices.org | Maragert Lawrence – margaret.lawrence@colemanservices.org

richland County

Family Life Counseling Services (Richland)

Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services (Richland)

Family Life was organized and opened under the direction of Dr. Steven Burggraf in 1999. With very small beginnings, Dr. Burggraf established a working relationship with Richland County Children Services and Richland County Juvenile Court. His primary focus was to provide mental health evaluations and adolescent treatment services, but he quickly added services as needs were apparent.

Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services draws on the latest test research and the expertise of its committed and trained clinical staff of licensed counselors and social workers. All are skilled practitioners with broad experience in helping youth and adults in crisis situations. They work together as a team to provide creative, systemically oriented treatment interventions.

MRSS Contact: Jennifer Brown – jbrown@flcps.com

ross County

Ross County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

sandusky County

Sandusky County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

scioto County

Scioto County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

seneca County

Seneca County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

shelby County

Shelby County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

stark County

Coleman Professional Services (Stark)

Coleman Professional Services (Stark)

Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Health Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.

Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.

MRSS Contact: Theresa Lash – theresa.lash@colemanservices.org

summit County

Coleman Professional Services (Summit)

Coleman Professional Services (Summit)

Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Health Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.

Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.

MRSS Contact: Megan Petruzzi – megan.petruzzi@colemanservices.org

trumbull County

Coleman Professional Services (Trumbull)

Coleman Professional Services (Trumbull)

Founded in 1978 in Portage County as a nonprofit community behavioral health agency, Coleman was named for Father Kevin Coleman, a man driven by both his faith and advocacy for mental health. Coleman Health Services has expanded its service areas and capabilities.

Now a nationally-recognized nonprofit, Coleman offers comprehensive behavioral health, residential, employment and supportive services to ten Ohio counties and surrounding communities.

MRSS Contact: Catherine Chudakoffcatherine.chudakoff@colemanservices.org

tuscarawas County

Tuscarawas County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

union County

Maryhaven (Union)

Maryhaven (Union)

Maryhaven has cared for more than 300,000 Central Ohioans since we first opened our doors in 1953. Specialists in addiction and mental health treatment, we are here for you no matter where you are in your recovery journey.

We offer residential and outpatient services, medically assisted treatment, specialized programming for pregnant women and homeless adults, cognitive behavioral and other proven therapies, as well as individual, group, and family counseling for adolescents and adults.

MRSS Contact: kmeeker@maryhaven.com

van_wert County

Foundations Behavioral Health (Van Wert)

Foundations Behavioral Health Services (Van Wert)

Our mission is “to provide timely, effective, and efficient assessment, treatment, and support services for the residents of the surrounding areas who are experiencing or are impacted by behavioral health disorders.” Mental and substance use disorders affect people from all walks of life and age groups. These illnesses are common, recurrent, and often serious, but they are treatable and many people do recover. It is estimated that 20% of the population will experience a behavioral health disorder at some time in their lives.

To accomplish this mission, we hire professional clinical staff to meet the needs of our clients. We believe that local residents should not have to travel long distances to receive professional behavioral health services. We truly provide professional services – close to home. We are certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, and our core programs are accredited by CARF, an international accrediting organization with rigorous standards.

MRSS Contact: Diane Gable – dianeg@foundationsbhs.org

vinton County

Hopewell Health Centers (Vinton)

Hopewell Health Centers (Vinton)

Our Mission is to provide access to affordable, high quality, integrated health care for all. Our organization offers a wide range of services, which includes comprehensive behavioral health care, dental health care, and primary health care. At HHC, a variety of public and private insurances are accepted in addition to a sliding fee scale for dental health care, primary health care, and some behavioral health care services. Hopewell Health Centers has 22 locations spanning nine counties in Southeastern Ohio. HHC is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of patients and individuals from the communities which we serve.

MRSS Contact: Allison Pallard – allison.pallard@hopewellhealth.org

warren County

Butler Behavioral Health (Warren)

Butler Behavioral Health (Warren)

Butler Behavioral Health is licensed by the Ohio Department of Mental Health, the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services and CARF accredited. All treatment staff are fully licensed by the State of Ohio.

We value services to young people, which strengthen their family relationships. We will strive whenever possible to serve young people in a manner which strengthens family resources and their ability to provide support and guidance to the child. We believe that parents (or surrogate parents) are important partners in the treatment process.

MRSS Contact: Morgan Liddicmliddic@bbhs.org

washington County

Washington County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

wayne County

The Counseling Center (TCC) (Wayne)

The Counseling Center (TCC) (Wayne)

The Counseling Center’s (TCC’s) Children’s Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment services (also known as Children’s CPST or Children’s Case Management Services) are ongoing types of mental health service designed to make sure that children with complex, multiple needs receive the kinds of care and services that will allow them to continue to live at home and function at their best. Children’s CPST services focus on locating and coordinating all the types of services that such children may need from not only the Counseling Center, but from other health professionals, schools, courts and social agencies.

Home-Based Intervention (or “HBI”) is an intensive type of mental health counseling designed to help stabilize difficult family situations so that children can continue to live at home and families can remain intact. HBI is an intensive, time-limited process that takes place in your home and can help you and your family discover solutions to the challenges you face.

MRSS Contact: Jeff Bradford – jbradford@ccwhc.org

williams County

Williams County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

wood County

Children’s Resource Center (Wood)

Children’s Resource Center (Wood)

CRC offers many programs that can help kids navigate difficult times and help families work on problems they are facing with their children. In Wood County, CRC is the only agency specializing solely in child and adolescent mental health and co-occurring mental health and substance abuse issues. Below are the programs we provide to children and families of Wood County. Please contact us with any additional questions regarding our services.

MRSS services include mobile response services to provide crisis intervention wherever the client is located to prevent out of home placement. MRSS workers can also provide short-term stabilization services for up to six weeks following a crisis intervention in order to reduce likelihood of recurrent crises.

MRSS Contact: Ashley Rendon – ashleyr@crcwoodcounty.org

wyandot County

Wyandot County, OH

MRSS not yet available.

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