ADAMH Building Damaged; Services Still Available - ADAMH Board of Franklin County

ADAMH Building Damaged; Services Still Available

ADAMH Building Damaged; Services Still Available

May 31, 2020

The ADAMH building at 447 E. Broad Street has visible damage, including a few broken windows, doors and lost pieces of lobby furniture as a result of small fires. However, this experience is less about broken windows and more about people who are experiencing levels of shattered trust.

ADAMH is thankful for the safety of the staff and the continued diligence supported by telework throughout these dynamic community experiences. The ADAMH network will remain open to all those who seek care. The ADAMH building will be closed to the public and staff until further notice.

Together with community partners and citizens, we will pick up the pieces.

ADAMH Resources are still available through our network. We encourage community members to reach out for support.

Emotional Support Available Anytime

Call 614-276-CARE (2273) to talk to a licensed counselor who can provide emotional support and direct you to helpful resources OR start an online chat at or

Crisis Services

-Adults call Netcare at 614.276.CARE (2273)
-Youth 17 & under call Nationwide Children’s Hospital at 614.722.1800
-Prefer to text? Text the keyword “4hope” to 741 to reach the Crisis Text Line and be connected to a trained Crisis Counselor within 5 minutes

Suicide Prevention Services

Call the Suicide Prevention Hotline at 614.221.5445*
*Text Line available Monday – Friday noon to 10 p.m.

Recovery Services

Contact The P.E.E.R. Center Warmline at 614.358.TALK (8255) from 9 a.m. to 3 a.m. to connect with a peer OR connect with a Recovery Guide at

Mail Order Naloxone

Prevent drug overdose deaths by having naloxone on hand. Get free naloxone by mail here:

ADAMH Directory of Providers

To view a directory of ADAMH mental health and substance use providers, go to Find Help.

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