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Address: 1409 East Livingston Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43205
Jerry Saunders, Sr – CEO
Office: 614.253.4448 Ext. 103
APDS is an innovative behavioral healthcare center, established in 1988, that uses the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria guidelines and models of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques for the prevention, treatment, and recovery from alcohol and other drugs use disorders. Cost for services are based on customer’s household income. APDS is primarily funded by the ADAMH and is certified by Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services to provide outpatient, intensive outpatient, and prevention services. APDS provides a comprehensive domestic violence education and intervention program that uses the Duluth Model, Journey to Change, and the APDS Readiness Module for male batterers involved in domestic violence. APDS also offers a 9-week SMART 2.0 summer day camp.
Address: 2100 Stella Court Columbus, Ohio 43215
Recovery Choices Outpatient Behavioral Health Treatment: 614.252.8834
Amethyst, an Alvis Recovery Program: 614.242.1284
The Community Reentry Center – workforce development training and GED education: 614.252.0660
Linda Janes, Alvis Chief Program Officer: 614.252.8402
Vince Sabino, Alvis Managing Director of Behavioral Health Programs: 614.252.8402
Alvis has five service lines, providing service to individuals with: Justice involvement, behavioral health treatment needs, developmental disabilities and workforce development needs as well as providing prevention services and counseling to the children of their clients with justice involvement and/or behavioral health treatment needs. Alvis also provides clients with parenting skills education.
Alvis provides residential and community reentry services and workforce development that helps individuals transition to the community after justice involvement. Alvis also has integrated behavioral health services, including the Amethyst treatment program for women and recovery housing. Alvis has an intermediate care facility, supported living programs, and behavioral health services for individuals with developmental disabilities (DD). Individuals do not need to be justice-involved to access their behavioral health or DD services. Services are evidence-based, impact-oriented and turn lives around – 180 degrees.
Address: 455 East Mound Street Columbus, Ohio 43215
Media Inquiries: Gloria Iannucci, Sr. Director, Communications
614.252.8402, Ext. 319
Program Inquiries: Paige Bilotta, Development Director
614.252.8402, Ext. 346
Amethyst, now a recovery program of Alvis, has been providing gender responsive integrated behavioral healthcare treatment for women for more than 30 years. They provide a safe, stable environment in which recovering women, and women with families, can work toward and maintain sobriety.
Intensive outpatient treatment and outpatient treatment programs available, depending upon assessed needs.
Family-centered approach to recovery acknowledges the impact of addiction on families and is structured to provide assistance where it is needed most. Children up to age 18 can live with their mother while she is in treatment.
Supportive Housing units include funding for rent and utilities and require that supportive services be a component of the living arrangement.
Amethyst provides a housing environment that is abstinence-based, creating an alcohol and drug-free environment.
Address: 3776 S. High Street Columbus, OH 43207
The Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging (COAAA) plans, funds, and delivers services that help older adults and individuals with disabilities remain safe and independent in their homes. With the assistance of area providers, COAAA arranges and coordinates services to help individuals with daily living such as homemaking, transportation, home delivered meals, and personal care. COAAA offers education and resources to caregivers, professionals, and the public and advocates for programs and policies that benefit older adults and individuals with disabilities. COAAA manages services to approximately 10,500 people and funds services for approximately 24,000 older adults in eight counties: Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Licking, Madison, Pickaway, and Union.
Address: 240 Parsons Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43215
Treatment Services: 614.645.6246
Prevention Services: 614.724.2024
Harm Reduction Services: 614.645.2750
Columbus Public Health (CPH) protects the health and improves the lives of nearly 1 million residents through 40+ programs, while addressing public health challenges such as opiates, violence, health disparities and infant mortality. CPH is a nationally accredited leader that identifies health priorities, mobilizes resources and ensures the conditions in which ALL residents can be healthy. Alcohol & Drug Services programming includes: Comprehensive Treatment Program (walk-in assessments, gender specific, holistic, intensive outpatient treatment groups, & Medication Assisted Treatment), Prevention Services (support and education groups for children and young adults to build coping and resiliency skills), and Harm Reduction Services (consultation, referrals, STI/HIV testing education, naloxone distribution and fentanyl test strips distribution). Services are offered to the uninsured, no one will be turned away.
Address: 788 Mt. Vernon Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43203
The Columbus Urban League remains steadfast in our commitment to create hope and opportunity for the nearly 7,000 African American and disadvantaged urban families we touch every year. Our mission is to empower disenfranchised groups through economic, educational and social progress. We are committed to being the preferred provider to our families, communities and stakeholders. Our agency proudly offers an authentic, integrated system of services that work to strengthen families, overcome barriers and achieve economic mobility, foster entrepreneurship, construct on-ramps to wealth creation through smart financial practices and teach children critical academic and life skills. These services are offered through 21 different programs across every neighborhood in Columbus and Franklin county.
Address: 2323 West Fifth Avenue, Suite 160 Columbus, Ohio 43204
Treatment Services: 614.252.4941
Through innovative programs and positive relationships, CND empowers individuals to achieve their potential. Their primary purpose is to keep youth and adults drug and violence free. CND has been serving youth and families in Franklin County since 1989. CND provides prevention education services for youth ages 5-18 and mental health and substance use disorder treatment services for adults, ages 18+. Their Adult Outpatient Treatment Services include Intensive and Non-Intensive Outpatient Programs, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), mental health medication management, mental health counseling, assessment, individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, case management, anger management, family counseling, and recovery housing. Their Youth Prevention Programs use an evidence-based curriculum and a unique focus on academic support, leadership training, and mentoring provided through in-school and after-school programs, Summer Day Camp, an annual college tour, and a FOCUS program for high school students.
Address: 1680 Watermark Drive Columbus, Ohio 43215
Community Housing Network develops, owns and manages permanent supportive housing for people challenged with mental health conditions, addiction disorders and histories of homelessness in Central Ohio. By collaborating with partners to provide linkages to supportive services, CHN expands opportunities for its residents to successfully maintain housing stability. CHN’s 24/7 Supportive Housing provides linkages to services and on-site monitoring 24 hours a day, seven days a week for individuals with compounding disabilities. Service-Enriched Housing provides on-site resident management and linkages to social, health and employment services. CHN’s Independent Housing provides affordable housing through rent subsidies for low-income persons with compounding special needs, who are also linked to support services. Success is measured by length of stay in housing, positive exits from housing, use of supportive services, as needed, and increased income.
Address: 547 East Eleventh Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43211
CompDrug is an opiate treatment provider whose mission is to be a leader in addressing addiction and other mental health disorders by developing, promoting and providing research-based prevention, treatment, recovery and wellness.
Treatment includes medication assisted treatment (MAT) using methadone, bupenorphrine, and vivitrol with outpatient and intensive outpatient counseling in a individual and group setting. The following techniques are used in counseling: trauma-informed care, CBT, EMDR, and animal assisted therapy, among others. CompDrug also provides specific programming for pregnant women and patients entering treatment from the criminal justice system. Other services include Narcan dissemination, MAT 101, HIV Early Intervention, Senior Medication Management and Youth Prevention.
Address: 700 Brooksedge Boulevard Westerville, Ohio 43081
Annually, Concord helps over 4,000 friends, co-workers, neighbors, and family members improve their emotional health so they can successfully deal with the challenges we all face and live more successful lives. Concord is a not-for-profit community mental health organization serving our community for over 47 years. We believe and live our mission of Instilling Hope and and Serving with Heart. Concord’s programs include Prevention Services in schools to help keep children in school, Outpatient Counseling for all ages to help adults, families and the elderly live fulfilling lives and reach their full potential; Special Services to the Elderly and for people who suffer from Severe Mental Illness so that both groups can live safely and independently; and services for Substance Abuse including both Outpatient Counseling and our Intensive Outpatient Program to help our neighbors who are overcoming addictions. We are proud to say that our programs save our neighbors and family’s lives.
Address: 1515 Indianola Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43201
Other Locations Include:
Ohio Avenue Youth Center
657 South Ohio Avenue, Columbus 43205
3616 East Main Street, Columbus 43213
Directions for Youth & Families (DFYF) is a resiliency-oriented and trauma-informed agency, whose mission is to build and inspire hope, healing, and resilience for youth, families, and communities through counseling and education. Their programs are divided into four categories: Counseling and Clinical Services, Kindergarten Readiness, Prevention, and After-School/Summer programs. Counseling and clinical services provide individual, family, and/or group counseling dealing with a variety of issues. The vast majority of their counseling services are provided on an outreach basis, in the home, school or community to remove barriers to services. Kindergarten Readiness and Prevention programs work to strengthen the family unit and prepare youth for success. After-school/Summer programs provide youth with positive and stimulating educational and recreational after-school and summer programming.
Address: 1105 Schrock Road Suite 100 Columbus, Ohio 43229
24/7 Information and Referral: 2.1.1 or 614.221.2255
Administrative Line: 614.221.6766
Foodline: 614.341.2282 or Text: 614.702.7772
Homeless Hotline: 1.888.4.SHELTR
HandsOn Central Ohio is Franklin County’s 2-1-1 comprehensive information and referral line, connecting individuals and families to various services and basic human needs. 2-1-1 ensures people get the right services, at the right time and place, while helping to find a solution to any need 24/7/365.
Address: 760 E Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43205
Heartland High School is the first recovery high school in the state of Ohio. HHS is located downtown Columbus, on Broad Street. The school aims to provide a recovery-centered education while creating a sense of belonging, self-confidence, and purpose among its students. The student population consists of 9-12th grade students that have been diagnosed with a Substance Use Disorder or are struggling with substance dependency.
Heartland High School is a non-profit organization comprised of a Board of Directors, a Head of School (Executive Director), Educational Consultant, and a Student Engagement Coordinator who is also a certified peer support coach. Heartland will soon employee additional teachers to round out its staff.
Address: 825 Dennison Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43215
Stevens House Men’s MAT Program with Housing: 614.443.2777
Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient Treatment IOP) for both Men and Women: 614.276.4840
Outpatient Services at Reeb Ave Center: 614.468.9320
House of Hope, Inc. provides alcohol and other drug treatment services to those who are most in need, so that they may maximize their potential, become productive members of society, and enjoy those gifts of life that are available in sobriety. Since 1959, the House of Hope has provided a safe place for residents of Franklin County, Ohio to find a way to live new, sober, and productive lives. House of Hope offers men-only residential treatment, outpatient/intensive treatment for both men and women, men’s Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) programming with housing, outreach and engagement, and recovery housing for men.
Address: 1421 Hamlet Street Columbus, Ohio 43201
Crisis Hotline: 614.294.5553
YOP Shop: 614.826.3630
Huckleberry House works with youth and families who are dealing with some of the most difficult problems imaginable. Issues like abuse, violence, neglect, poverty, and homelessness. They offer proven programs and committed people who know how to help young people and families take control of their lives so they can move past the circumstances they’re in and move toward the future they want. The Huckleberry House is a 24-hour safe and supportive alternative to life on the streets for teens. Services provided by the Huck House include: a crisis intervention and emergency shelter program, a transitional living program for youth who don’t have a safe place to live, street outreach to help link youth and family to community supports, family support services including individual and family counseling, project safe place to help transport to our shelter, community education for parents and teens on runaway prevention and community events surrounding families and teenagers in crisis.
Address: 6220 East Dublin Granville Road New Albany, Ohio 43054
The Friendship Circle has created an exceptional network of friends for children and teens in need of a mentor. Friendship Circle social experiences, both one-on-one and in-group activities, foster camaraderie, friendship and fun. Your child can hang out at home with a high school or college volunteer, or participate in activities and trips and other events that enrich the lives of both the children and the volunteers through shared experiences.
At LifeTown, students with disabilities develop life skills they’ll be able to transfer to their natural community environments. LifeTown is a realistic indoor city designed specifically for children with special needs to have fun while practicing important life skills. Students apply the lesson plans they’ve worked on in advance in the classroom on their visits to LifeTown.
Address: 3040 Riverside Drive Suite 215 Columbus, Ohio 43221
LOSS Community Services exists to be an instillation of hope to those bereaved by suicide, empowering them so they can thrive. LOSS envisions a connected community of suicide loss survivors experiencing a restoration of hope and standing together for suicide awareness.
LOSS provides suicide prevention training & materials and speakers as well as:
Survivor Companion Program – LOSS introduces survivors to other trained survivors who may be a little further along in their grief journey.
Support Groups – LOSS offers peer-led support groups throughout the year.
Events – LOSS hosts and partners with other community organizers to host Remembrance Events and International Survivor of Suicide Day.
Immediate Care – LOSS provides immediate support from trained volunteers – many of whom have lost someone close to them to suicide – to families, places of work, workshops, and more.
Address: 500 W Wilson Bridge Rd, Ste. 245 Worthington, Ohio 43085
LSS CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence is the only domestic violence safe haven shelter in Franklin County, offering 120 beds, a 24-hour crisis and information hotline, counseling services, support groups, and legal and community advocates for those impacted by domestic violence.
24-Hour Domestic Violence Crisis and Information Line – Safety planning, information and referrals.
Temporary Emergency Shelter – A safe refuge for victims and their children who are in imminent danger and have no safe place to go.
Legal Advocates – Legal advocates offer support, gather information, assist with filing criminal charges and obtain protection orders to help victims navigate the court system.
Domestic Violence Counseling and Peer Support Groups – Offers individual counseling licensed professionals to aid in recovery from trauma related to domestic violence and facilitator-led peer support groups.
Address: 1791 Alum Creek Drive Columbus, Ohio 43207
Since 1953, Maryhaven has helped individuals and families lead healthy lives free from addiction and mental illness by providing education, treatment and support. Maryhaven provides high quality, cost-effective services with a holistic approach to personal health and wellness focusing on each patient’s individual physical and mental health needs that enable them to live a healthy, productive life. Maryhaven provides the following integrated behavioral healthcare services: Addiction Stabilization Center, Adult residential programs (Medical Detox, Adult Inpatient, Women’s Center), Adult Outpatient Programs (Ambulatory Detox, Women’s Stable Cradle, Opiate Treatment, Gambling Intervention), Adolescent Residential and Home-Based outpatient Treatment Programs, Homeless Services (Engagement Center, Outreach, Supportive Housing), Intervention and Education programs, Adult Driver Intervention Programs, Underage Drinking/Drug Programs, Federal Prison, Probation and Pre-Trial Programs.
Address: 2323 West Fifth Avenue, Suite 160 Columbus, Ohio 43204
Kenton Beachy, Executive Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mental Health America of Franklin County (MHAFC) is an affiliate of Mental Health America, the country’s leading mental health nonprofit. Our mission is to transform how people think about mental illness, make it easier to get help, and give people the support they need to get better and stay better. We envision a community without barriers to achieving mental health where no one feels alone. We work with individuals and their families through each step on the path to wellness, from making initial referrals, to providing free mental health services, to helping maintain recovery through long-term support. We do all this through programs like POEM (Perinatal Outreach & Encouragement for Moms), Pro Bono Counseling, Get Connected (system Navigation) services, support groups, and community/professional education that includes conferences, workshops and discussion panels. We also offer an extensive workplace assessment process to improve employee retention, productivity and well-being.
Address: 1225 Dublin Road, Suite 110 Columbus, Ohio 43215
The families and members of NAMI Franklin County offer understanding to anyone concerned about mental illnesses and the treatment of mental illness. We are here to help! NAMI FC is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education, and advocacy. NAMI Franklin County provides an array of cost-free education and personalized support programs to help individuals, families, and communities find help and hope and improve lives. Working together with our national organization (NAMI) and our state affiliate (NAMI Ohio), we advocate for people living with mental health conditions and their families and offer cost-free training, courses, materials and assistance to thousands of volunteer leaders who are dedicated to bringing these programs to their communities.
Address: 2335 North Bank Drive Columbus, Ohio 43220
Phone: 614-442-4390 (TDD)
Founded in 1961 with a Christian commitment to service, National Church Residences is a not-for-profit organization driven by a mission to provide quality residential communities for all seniors, in addition to high quality care and services enabling seniors to remain home for life. National Church Residences serves more than 42,000 seniors through housing and health care services. With 340 communities in 26 states and Puerto Rico, it is the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of affordable senior housing and the largest manager of service coordinators. It also offers senior residential communities, home and community-based services, and permanent supportive housing.
Address: 700 Children’s Drive Columbus, Ohio 43205
Franklin County Youth Psychiatric Crisis Line: 614.722.1800
Services are provided by a team of licensed professionals with relevant training, specialization and skill in assessing and providing mental and behavioral health services to children and adolescents. This comprehensive, team approach brings together psychiatry, psychology, specialized pediatrics, counseling, parent support specialists, social work and nursing to support every aspect of treatment. Nationwide Children’s Hospital Big Lots Behavioral Health Services provides routine outpatient, intensive community based, crisis, day treatment, partial and acute care services to individuals and families. Specialized services include assessment/treatment for eating disorders, mood disorders, conduct problems, problem sexual behaviors, AoD, trauma, autism spectrum and other developmental disorders, child maltreatment and ADHD. Other psychological services are offered to individuals with medical conditions and psychiatric and psychosocial support to individuals with differences/disorders of sex development. Prevention services are offered in the community.
Address: 199 South Central Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43223
24/7 Crisis Care: 614.276.CARE (2273)
Netcare Access provides 24-hour mental health and substance abuse crisis intervention and assessments to all residents of Franklin County, 365 days per year. Our services are available to adults, older adults and those who are developmentally disabled. Care is provided to anyone, regardless of the ability to pay. No one in need will be turned away.
Netcare programs include: Help in a Crisis, Adult, Emergency Response Service, Crisis Center, Assessment Center, ROW ONE Program, DD Services, Older Adult Services, Probate Pre-Screening, Crisis Stabalization Unit, Miles House, Critical Incident Stress Management, Community Crisis Response, Forensic Assessment Services.
Address: 1301 North High Street Columbus, Ohio 43201
24-Hour Suicide Prevention Hotline: 614.221.5445 *texting available Monday through Friday, noon to 10 PM
Teen Hotline: 614.294.3300
Senior Hotline: 614.294.3309
Family Focus: 614.227.6865
To request LGBTQI+ Services, call the Family Focus number and request linkage to Stonewall services.
North Central is a comprehensive mental health and addiction services center providing services to children, teens, adults, older adults and families. The agency offers outpatient counseling, alcohol and drug treatment, and residential services. North Central operates three 24-Hour Suicide Prevention Hotlines answered by trained volunteers. The center’s Community Support Program (CSP) is for persons with long-term mental illness, and offers employment support, chemical dependency counseling, and therapeutic support through aftercare and residential services. The Medical Clinic provides nursing and psychiatric care.Special services include: Soaring Sober, Elder Focus and Nurse Outreach, the Transitional Team for severely involved teens and young adults, and the Epicenter Program for people who have recently experienced their first psychotic episode. The agency works with Stonewall Columbus to serve the LGBTQI community.
Address: 1855 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. Suite 204 Columbus, Ohio 43229
North Community Counseling Centers is a nonprofit mental health agency that has been serving Central Ohio for over 50 years. With several locations and school- and home-based services, NCCC is able to reach individuals, families, and couples throughout Franklin County and help them with issues related to mental health and substance abuse. NCCC provides counseling, psychiatry, case management, and substance use disorder treatment, and serves all individuals ages five years and up. In addition, NCCC helps individuals that are new to the country by helping them with issues related to immigration and acculturation. North Community also has a Women’s Empowerment Program, programming for youth and adolescents, and housing coordination services. NCCC is able to help most individuals regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.
Address: 195 N. Grant Ave., Suite 250 Columbus, Ohio 43215
OhioGuidestone, one of the largest behavioral health agencies in the state, has been helping individuals reset their paths, reclaim their autonomy and restore their purpose for 155 years, providing community counseling, substance use disorder treatment, early childhood services, psychiatric care, workforce development training and more. Recovery is possible and OhioGuidestone is here to help. From mental health counseling to substance use disorder treatment, workforce training and more, they provide individuals of all ages with the care, support and resources to rise above the challenges of mental illness, addiction and stigma, setting them on the path to recovery and lifelong success.
Address: 2780 Airport Dr, Ste 100 Columbus, Ohio 43219-2289
At PrimaryOne Health, their mission is to provide access to services that improve the health status of families—including people experiencing financial, social or cultural barriers to healthcare. They are a group of highly trained medical professionals committed to promoting the health and well-being of all individuals and families in the Central Ohio community.
Being a patient at PrimaryOne Health means you will be treated as a “whole person”—emotionally and physically. This approach helps you and your family achieve wellness and improve your overall health. One of the ways they do this is by offering behavioral healthcare to all of their patients who receive medical, dental and/or vision care at one of their centers. As a Federally Qualified Health Center, they serve all residents of Central Ohio, insured (including Medicaid and/or Medicare) or uninsured. PrimaryOne Health also has Certified Application Counselors that can assist those who are eligible.
Address: 16 West Long Street Columbus, Ohio 43215
524 W. Broad St
Columbus, Ohio 43215
This location offers primary healthcare, mental health and substance use treatment and physical therapy.
Merion Village & Mobile Coach
1455 S. Fourth Street
Columbus, Ohio 43207
This location offers substance use treatment, mental health treatment and counseling.
3770 N. High St
Columbus, Ohio 43214
This location provides the MyRecovery Works program, RREACT and HOPE along with a large array of vocational services for people with mental health concerns.
Near East Side
720 E. Broad St, Suites 100 & 101
Columbus, OH 43215
PrimaryOne Health and Southeast Healthcare partner to serve people of the Near East Side, offering physical healthcare and behavioral healthcare.
Southeast Healthcare is a non profit healthcare organization since 1978 that provides evidence-based healthcare services and supports people in becoming active participants in their personal healthcare decisions. In order to help our patients live longer, healthier and more fulfilling lives, our holistic approach addresses physical, behavioral healthcare and life wellness needs.
The main location at 16 West Long Street offers primary healthcare, dental services, behavioral healthcare and substance use treatment services with a full service pharmacy, community treatment teams and case management.
Address: 1490 East Main Street Columbus, Ohio 43205
Schedule an appointment for services: 614.824.KIDS(5437)
St. Vincent Family Center is one of the most experienced and skilled pediatric behavioral healthcare professionals in central Ohio, serving over 5,000 children and families annually. It is our mission to make good kids better by providing pediatric behavioral healthcare in a learning community to change the lives of children and families. St. Vincent Family Center provides a unique continuum of mental and behavioral health services for children of all ages and their families, including: Prevention and Early Intervention, Early Child Mental Health Consultation, Community Family Intervention, Outpatient Family Counseling, Intensive Family Stabilization, Preschool and Elementary Day Treatment, Treatment Foster Care, and Children’s Residential Treatment.
Address: 299 Cramer Creek Court Dublin, Ohio 43017
Mill Run location:
3645 Ridge Mill Drive Hilliard, Ohio 43026
North East location:
3343 Agler Road, Suite 2000 Columbus, Ohio 43219
Lewis Center location:
Mt. Carmel Health & Fitness Bldg, off Rt 23
7100 Graphics Way, Suite 3100 Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
Intake: 614.889.5722 Ext. 133
Syntero, Inc. is nonprofit organization that advocates and supports the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities by providing professional, compassionate behavioral health and social services. Headquartered in Dublin, Ohio, Syntero also has offices in Hilliard, Lewis Center and Northeast Columbus, and offers programs and services throughout Franklin/Delaware/Morrow Counties. Syntero has provided expert counseling and community-based services, including specialized groups for adults, youth and older adults, and school-based programs in Central Ohio for more than 40 years.
Address: 5665 Hoover Road Grove City, Ohio 43123
Founded in 1961, The Buckeye Ranch provides hope and healing to children and families through family-focused mental health treatment and services for behavioral, psychological and substance use disorders. The Ranch currently serves more than 2,350 children and families each day at seven location, across nearly half the counties in Ohio. The Buckeye Ranch provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health care for youth and families. Services include open residential, secure/intensive residential, treatment foster care, small-animal therapy, intensive in-home counseling, case management services, outpatient office-based therapy, partial hospitalization and prevention education, and substance use treatment for adolescents.
Address: 301 Obetz Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43207
Eastway Behavioral Healthcare
600 Wayne Avenue
Dayton, Ohio 45410
Healthcare of Dayton, Ohio. There are two centers in Columbus which provide a comprehensive range of behavioral health programs for children and families directly or through collaboration with other agencies or systems of care. Programs include outpatient, school based, Day Treatment, residential treatment and prevention, educational programs. The core components of all services provided within the treatment programs are resiliency based, trauma informed, client centered and family driven. All programs offer psychiatric treatment and management, case management, individual, family and group counseling medication management and nursing services. Interventions include evidence based and promising practices including Trauma Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Problem Solving Skills Training, Parenting and classroom behavioral management. Prevention and educational services are also provided.
Address: 2050 Kenny Road, Martha Morehouse Pavilion, Suite 3300 Columbus, Ohio 43221
The TBI Network at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) provides specialized outpatient substance abuse treatment for adults who have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). The primary method of intervention is service coordination and advocacy to meet the multiple needs of clients. In addition, the TBI Network provides screening, assessment, treatment planning, educational and support groups and individual substance abuse counseling. To facilitate optimal outcomes for clients requiring the resources of multiple social service agencies, TBI Network case managers seek to develop “ad hoc” community treatment teams to bring together providers in a coordinated treatment approach.
OSUWMC Harding Hospital
1670 Upham Drive
Columbus, OH 43210
Youth Crisis Services (Ages 15-17)
The OSUWMC Harding Hospital provides crisis intervention services to youth ages 15-17. Adolescents receive specialized services and access to ongoing treatment after crisis stabilization.
Crisis Assessment Linkage and Management Program (CALM Unit)
Ohio State’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health recently opened eight observation rooms in the emergency department designed to stabilize patients in crisis with the goal of avoiding inpatient hospitalization. The Crisis Assessment Linkage and Management Program uses observation rooms designed like traditional psychiatric care rooms to remove patients from the over-stimulating emergency room.
Address: 205 N Hamilton Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43213
PEER Center West
860 / 866 WEST BROAD ST.
Columbus, Ohio 43222
Warm-line available daily, 10 pm – 2 am: 614.358.TALK (8255)
The P.E.E.R. Center is a drop-in wellness and recovery support center for those experiencing mental health and/or substance use disorder issues as well as offering support to families and friends.
They are open 7 days a week with over 100 peer-led support groups between their Whitehall and Franklinton Centers. They offer a warm community environment focused on universal hope, healing, and recovery.
The PEER Center provides group and one on one peer support, recreational activities, media center and computer lab. At the PEER Center, they promote empowerment through education and social connection. There is never a cost to consumers (associates). All peer supporters have lived experience with mental illness, trauma, and or substance use disorder and are in long-term recovery. Some services offered are group and individual peer support, recreational activities and social engagement (fun day with refreshments).
Community meals are offered on Tuesdays at the West location and on Thursdays at the East location.
PEER Center East: Mon. – Fri. 7 am – 11 pm
Sat./Sun. 9 am – 9 pm (Holiday Hours 9 am – 7 pm)
PEER Center West: Daily 10 am – 6 pm Including Holidays
Address: 1751 East Long Street Columbus, Ohio 43203
Additional Phone: 800.638.3232
Find a location near you: http://thevillagenetwork.org/locations/
The Village Network is an experienced, multi-discipline behavioral health organization helping youth and families become resilient, healthy and have brighter futures. Since 1946, The Village Network has been a leader in caring for at-risk youth and their families in Ohio and West Virginia. Our premiere treatment plans paired with compassionate care create opportunities for our clients to experience healing from their individual traumas and improve their behavioral, physical and emotional health. Our services are designed to transition children to permanent, stable environments and include Community Services, Residential Treatment and Treatment Foster Care.
Address: 2200 West Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43223
Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare (TVBH) provides hospitalization and outpatient behavioral health services in Columbus. TVBH’s inpatient psychiatric services include maximum security forensic care and crisis stabilization. TVBH’s Community Support Network provides recovery-based, comprehensive, quality and cost-effective outpatient behavioral health services to adults with severe mental illness. Services provided include crisis support & comprehensive case management, coordination of care with housing, benefits, employment, recovery, trauma informed care, ACT/IDDT, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), medication management, individual and group psychotherapy and Forensic Monitoring.
Address: 2720 Airport Dr. Suite 110 Columbus, Ohio 43219
The Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program of Franklin County, Inc. (UMADAOPFC) is designed to deliver Substance Use Disorder (SUD) prevention services to youth and families in Franklin County, primarily in South Linden, and Reentry services in Franklin County. UMADAOPFC strives to help youth and adults build healthy, SUD and violence free lives. Prevention programs provide education, mentoring, youth led, community, and social activities through in-school, after-school, and summer programs. Community events are also provided in collaboration with community partners. UMADAOPFC also provides Reentry services in Franklin County, assisting adults reentering society from incarceration in building healthy, non-criminalized lifestyles. The reentry program provides education classes and mentoring services and connects participants to other necessary services, such as employment, housing, and education.