Family Services - ADAMH Board of Franklin County

Find the right places to turn for affordable, quality alcohol, substance use disorder and mental health services. Please Note: This is a list of providers in Franklin County that are a part of the ADAMH System of Care and is not intended to be an extensive list of services available in Franklin County.

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ALL FAMILY SERVICES


Africentric Personal Development Shop, Inc.

Phone: 614.253.4448
Fax: 614.253.5005
Email: cjordan@apdsinc.org
Web: http://www.apdsinc.org/

Address:
1409 East Livingston Avenue
Columbus, OH 43205

CEO: Jerry Saunders, Sr.
Email: jsaunders@apdsinc.org
Office: 614.253.4448 Ext. 103

Who We Are

APDS provides prevention education classes to male perpetrators for the intervention and prevention of domestic violence. We provide a 9-week summer day camp for 120 youth ages 6 to 12 with a focus on social emotional learning and character counts development. APDS is certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS).

Categories

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Alcohol use/drinking
Case management/ care coordination
Crisis intervention
Domestic violence
Drug use/treatment
Family counseling
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Opioid use/treatment
Substance use/treatment
Summer camp
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Violence intervention

Alvis, Inc.

Phone: 614.252.8402
Fax: 614.252.5326
Email: alvis@alvis180.org
Web: https://alvis180.org

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

Who We Are

Alvis provides reentry, behavioral health treatment, workforce development, and parenting education/family services to help individuals successfully reenter the community. Evidence-based, supportive and holistic Integrated Behavioral Healthcare is provided in the Recovery Choices and Amethyst programs. Recovery Choices provides various levels of outpatient treatment services for men and women. Amethyst serves women. Recovery Housing for men and women (including case management and peer support services) is available for individuals with or without children (younger than 18).

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Case management/ care coordination
Depression
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Housing coordination
Individual counseling
Job/employment/ vocational support
Life skills training
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Opioid use/treatment
Parenting classes
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Recovery housing
Reentry services
Substance use/treatment
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care

*Reentry services/individuals with justice involvement
*Behavioral healthcare and behavior support services for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities

Amethyst, an Alvis recovery program

Phone: 614.242.1284
Fax: 614.242.1285
Email: alvis@alvis180.org
Web: http://www.alvis180.org/services/recovery-services/amethyst/

Address:
455 East Mound Street
Columbus, OH 43215

Media Inquiries: Gloria Iannucci, Sr. Director, Communications
614.252.8402, Ext. 319

Program Inquiries: Paige Bilotta, Development Director
614.252.8402, Ext. 346

Who We Are

Amethyst, an Alvis recovery program, provides gender responsive, integrated behavioral healthcare treatment for women with and without children. Amethyst provides a safe, stable environment to support recovery for mothers and their children. Services include assessment, intensive outpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, recovery housing, and mental health supports. Children up to age 18 can live with their mother while she is in treatment. Children receive educational support, prevention services, and referrals to additional services per assessed needs.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
After-school program
Alcohol use/drinking
Case management/ care coordination
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Family counseling
Job/employment/ vocational support
Life skills training
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Opioid use/treatment
Parenting classes
Peer support
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Recovery housing
Substance use/treatment
Summer camp
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Trauma-informed care

Women and individuals who identify as women

Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging (COAAA)

Phone: 1.800.589.7277
Fax: 614.645.3884
Email: coaaa@coaaa.org
Web: http://www.coaaa.org/

Address:
3776 S. High Street
Columbus, OH 43207

Who We Are

The mission of Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging (COAAA) is to inform and support people as they navigate the experience of aging or disability. With the assistance of area providers, COAAA arranges and coordinates services that help people with daily living in the home, including homemaking, home-delivered meals, personal care, and transportation. COAAA also offers education and information to family caregivers, professionals, and the public.

Case management/ care coordination
Respite

COAAA helps older adults and individuals with disabilities live independently and safely in their homes for as long as possible.

COAAA provides case management for a number of long-term care services. These services give individuals – who meet eligibility criteria – choice and dignity to live independently. Whether the need is personal care services, homemaking, transportation, or home-delivered meals, COAAA can coordinate a care plan to meet the person’s needs.

COAAA also helps family caregivers. COAAA provides free consultation, education, and support to help caregivers deal with the complex issues of caregiving. Staff can advise on hiring in home help, provide referrals to financial assistance programs, and provide referrals to caregiver respite services.

COAAA serves eight central Ohio counties: Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Licking, Madison, Pickaway, and Union.

Columbus Urban League

Phone: 614.257.6300
Fax: 614.257.6327
Email: info@cul.org
Web: https://www.cul.org/

Address:
788 Mt. Vernon Avenue
Columbus, OH 43203

Who We Are

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.

Community for New Direction (CND)

Phone: 614.272.1464
Fax:
Email: info@cndcolumbus.org
Web: http://www.cndcolumbus.org/

Address:
2323 West Fifth Avenue, Suite 160
Columbus, OH 43204

Treatment Services: 614.252.4941

Who We Are

With 5 service locations in Columbus, CND reaches the most at-need populations in our community and responds to community needs, serving inner-city, economically distressed neighborhoods. We provide mental health and substance use disorder treatment services to adults, prevention & leadership training to youth, and violence intervention to youth and young adults.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
After-school program
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Crisis intervention
Depression
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Individual counseling
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mentoring
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Opioid use/treatment
Peer support
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
Psychosis
Recovery housing
Schizophrenia
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Summer camp
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Support group
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Violence intervention

CompDrug / Youth to Youth

Phone: 614.224.4506
Fax: 614.291.0118
Email: compdrug@compdrug.org
Web: http://www.compdrug.org/

Address:
547 East Eleventh Avenue
Columbus, OH 43211

Who We Are

Treatment: We specialize in providing Outpatient Treatment for Addiction and Medication for Opioid Use Disorder (MOUD), serving patients by appointment or walk-in basis.

Prevention: Youth to Youth provides development and leadership for youth, providing the support, life, and leadership skills that reduce the risk for addiction later in life.

Community Health: Provides outreach and resources that help our community find wellness.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Addictive behaviors (gambling/food/etc.)
Alcohol use/drinking
Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Depression
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Gambling addiction
Individual counseling
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mindfulness
Opioid use/treatment
Peer support
Personality disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Summer camp
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Support group
Support group (trauma)
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Treatment for pregnant women

Veterans

Concord Counseling Services

Phone: 614.882.9338
Fax: 614.882.3401
Email: vickeyshedlock@concordcounseling.org
Web: http://www.concordcounseling.org/

Address:
700 Brooksedge Boulevard
Westerville, OH 43081

Who We Are

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 services offer support for people experiencing any number of issues dealing with Mental Health and/or Substance Use. One of the keys to our success is our focus on helping individuals and families develop their own strengths through: Psychiatry, Mental Health and Substance Use Therapy, Services for Seniors, Community Support Services for individuals with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (with a specialty in Transitional Aged Youth), School Prevention Services, Respite Services for Families of individuals with SPMI, and Vocational Services (including Pathway Clubhouse).

Huckleberry House

Phone: 614.294.8097
Fax: 614.242.1285
Email:
Web: http://huckhouse.org/

Address:
1421 Hamlet Street
Columbus, OH 43201

Crisis Hotline: 614.294.5553
YOP Shop: 614.826.3630

Who We Are

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.

LOSS Community Services

Phone: 614.530.8064
Fax:
Email: team@losscs.org
Web: http://losscs.org/

Address:
3040 Riverside Drive Suite 215
Columbus, OH 43221

Who We Are

LOSS Community Services exists to be an instillation of hope to those bereaved by suicide. LOSS provides resources, support, and understanding immediately after a suicide loss and for the months and years that follow. We envision a community of suicide loss survivors experiencing a restoration of hope and standing together for suicide awareness.

What We Do:
Immediate Care after a suicide loss, Companion Program, Support Groups, Remembrance Events, Suicide Prevention Training

Peer support
Suicide prevention
Support group
Suicide Postvention Support

Mental Health America of Ohio

Phone: 614.221.1441
Fax: 614.221.1491
Email: info@mhaohio.org
Web: http://www.mhaohio.org/

Address:
2323 West Fifth Avenue, Suite 160
Columbus, OH 43204

Who We Are

Mental Health America of Ohio (MHAOhio) supports the Central Ohio community by guiding people to mental health services that may not otherwise be accessible. We believe in inclusivity and work with ALL 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 stability and productivity once they are achieved.

Peer support
Suicide prevention
Support group
Treatment for pregnant women

NAMI Franklin County

Phone: 614.501.6264
Fax: 614.501.6267
Email: rachelle@namifc.org
Web: http://www.namifranklincounty.org/

Address:
1225 Dublin Road, Suite 110
Columbus, OH 43215

Who We Are

NAMI FC is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education and advocacy. (Referral).
NAMI Core Values
Science based
Culturally competent
Always available
Staffed by individuals with expertise bolstered by lived experience
Meet people where they are
At no charge to participants

Mentoring
Peer support
Prevention
Respite
School services
Suicide prevention
Support group

We provide mini-grants to the Bhutanese-Nepali and Hispanic community to help them provide supportive services to their unique communities.

Nationwide Children’s Behavioral Health Services

Phone: 614.355.8080
Fax:
Email:
Web: http://nationwidechildrens.org/behavioral-health

Address:
700 Children’s Drive
Columbus, OH 43205

Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Franklin County Youth Psychiatric Crisis Line: 614.722.1800

Who We Are

Big Lots Behavioral Health Services at Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers a wide range of behavioral health services to address the needs of these patients and their families.
Our comprehensive, team approach brings together psychiatry, psychology, specialized pediatrics, counseling, parent support specialists, social work and nursing to help with every aspect of a child’s treatment.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Anxiety
Attention Deficit/ADD/ADHD
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Child behavior
Crisis intervention
Depression
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Eating disorder
Family counseling
Hospital Inpatient
Individual counseling
Medication management
Mental health treatment
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Parenting classes
Peer support
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Psychiatry/evaluation
Psychosis
School services
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Suicide prevention
Summer camp
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Youth mental health services

North Central Mental Health Services

Phone: 614.299.6600
Fax: 614.299.9007
Email: inquiries@ncmhs.org
Web: http://ncmhs.org/

Address:
1301 North High Street
Columbus, OH 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.

Who We Are

North Central is a comprehensive community mental health provider serving more than 5,000 Franklin County citizens each year with mental health treatment, alcohol and drug treatment, suicide prevention (614.221.5445), and other services. North Central employs psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, nurses, therapists, case workers, and peers to carry out this mission.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Addictive behaviors (gambling/food/etc.)
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Anxiety
Attention Deficit/ADD/ADHD
Bereavement/Grief counseling
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Child behavior
Couples counseling
Crime victim counseling
Crisis intervention
Depression
Domestic violence
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Eating disorder
Family counseling
Housing coordination
Individual counseling
Job/employment/ vocational support
Life skills training
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Medication management
Mental health treatment
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Opioid use/treatment
Peer support
Personality disorders
Pharmacy services
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
Psychosis
Recovery housing
Schizophrenia
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Suicide prevention
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Support group
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Treatment for pregnant women
Youth mental health services
Suicide Hotline

LGBTQI+ mental health services in a cooperative agreement with Stonewall Columbus, Epicenter Program for youth and adults experiencing psychosis for the first time, ACT services for those with intensive symptoms of serious mental illness, Elder Focus services providing mental health treatment and support for those 60 and older, intensive outpatient and residential treatment for those with dual disorders (AOD+ mental illness).

North Community Counseling Centers

Phone: 614.261.3196
Fax: 614.267.7013
Email: info@northcommunity.com
Web: http://northcommunity.com/

Address:
1855 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. Suite 204
Columbus, OH 43229

Who We Are

North Community Counseling Centers (NCCC) is a nonprofit, mental health agency on a mission to assist people in the community to achieve their maximum potential. With four locations, home- and school-based programs, NCCC is able to reach individuals, couples and families throughout Franklin County and help them with challenges related to mental health and addiction. In addition to therapy, we offer case management, substance use disorder treatment, and youth and adolescent programming.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Addictive behaviors (gambling/food/etc.)
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Anxiety
Attention Deficit/ADD/ADHD
Bereavement/Grief counseling
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Child behavior
Couples counseling
Crisis intervention
Depression
Detoxification (Detox)
Domestic violence
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Eating disorder
Family counseling
Gambling addiction
Housing coordination
Individual counseling
Life skills training
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mentoring
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Parenting classes
Peer support
Personality disorders
Pharmacy services
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
Psychosis
Recovery housing
Schizophrenia
School services
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Suicide prevention
Summer camp
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Support group
Support group (trauma)
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Treatment for pregnant women
Violence intervention
Youth mental health services

Bhutanese-Nepali community, LGBTQI community, Women At-Risk, Children, Youth and Adolescent, Somali community

OhioGuidestone

Phone: 614.653.2384
Fax: 614.928.9094
Email: Amanda.Wattenberg@ohioguidestone.org
Web: http://ohioguidestone.org/

Address:
195 N. Grant Ave., Suite 250
Columbus, OH 43215

Who We Are

Throughout its 156-year history, OhioGuidestone has evolved to meet the changing needs of the vulnerable individuals, families, and neighborhoods in our community, helping them reset their path, reclaim their autonomy and restore their purpose. Today, OhioGuidestone provides transformative behavioral health solutions to meet the complex challenges people face. Our Central Ohio office opened in 2007 to respond to a need for in-home services for individuals and families. Our programs focus on both prevention and treatment, and in the past several years our services have expanded to better reach individuals struggling with drug and alcohol use disorders. This expansion has included outpatient therapy, intensive outpatient treatment, and medication assisted treatment. Services offered in Franklin County include mental health counseling and treatment services; early childhood mental health services; family services; and Substance Use Disorder services.

PrimaryOne Health

Phone: 614.645.5500
Fax: 614.645.5517
Email: Andrea.Wilson@primaryonehealth.org
Web: http://primaryonehealth.org/

Address:
2780 Airport Dr, Ste 100
Columbus, OH 43219

Near East Side
720 E. Broad St, Suites 100 & 101
Columbus, OH 43215
614.360.0122

Who We Are

PrimaryOne Health and Southeast Healthcare partner to serve the people of the Near East Side, offering physical healthcare and behavioral healthcare.

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.

Mental Health Treatment
Substance Use Treatment
Medication Management
Primary Care
Women’s Health
Pediatrics
School-Based Health Centers
Nutrition Services
Physical Therapy
Dental
Vision
Pharmacy Services
Healthcare for the Homeless
Refugee Clinic
Community Health Outreach Workers
Mobile Health Units

Columbus/Central Ohio
Circleville

Southeast Healthcare

Phone: 614.225.0990
Fax:
Email: info@southeasthc.com
Web: http://www.southeasthc.org/

Address:
16 West Long Street
Columbus, OH 43215

Franklin Station
524 W. Broad St
Columbus, Ohio 43215
614.224.4850
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
614.444.0800
This location offers substance use treatment, mental health treatment and counseling.

Clintonville
3770 N. High St
Columbus, Ohio 43214
614.294.7117
This location provides vocational services, transitional employment, and MyRecovery Works program for people with mental health concerns.

Near East Side
720 E. Broad St, Suites 100 & 101
Columbus, OH 43215
614.360.0122
PrimaryOne Health and Southeast Healthcare partner to serve the people of the Near East Side, offering physical healthcare and behavioral healthcare.

Who We Are

Southeast Healthcare is a comprehensive provider of mental health, chemical dependency, healthcare, and homeless services assisting diverse populations regardless of their economic status. With the belief that all people have the capacity to grow and change, we provide our services to people of all ages, cultures, races, religious preferences, genders, and sexual orientations in order to enhance wellness and recovery, thereby improving families, workplaces, and communities.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Addictive behaviors (gambling/food/etc.)
Alcohol use/drinking
Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Depression
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Individual counseling
Job/employment/ vocational support
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Opioid use/treatment
Peer support
Personality disorders
Pharmacy services
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
Psychosis
Reentry services
Schizophrenia
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Suicide prevention
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Support group (trauma)
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Treatment for pregnant women
Youth mental health services

mental health, mental illness, addiction treatment, outpatient treatment, opioid treatment, suboxone, vivitrol, counseling, case management, vocational services, homelessness, shelter, dental, primary care, navigator, insurance marketplace, medicaid, sliding fee scale, psychiatry, treatment teams, recovery, CCBHC, CMHC

St. Vincent Family Services

Phone: 614.252.0731
Fax: 614.252.8468
Email: intake@svfc.org
Web: http://svfsohio.org/

Address:
1490 East Main Street
Columbus, OH 43205

Questions about Donations, Volunteering or Community Relations Inquiries:
Sara Russell
614.252.0731 Ext. 1153

Schedule an appointment for services: 614.824.KIDS(5437)

Who We Are

St. Vincent Family Services (SVFS) delivers quality, trauma-informed behavioral health services to children of all ages and their families. SVFS specializes in increasing positive behaviors in children, strengthening family relationships, and working with families affected by trauma. SVFS offers a comprehensive range of behavioral health services to help children succeed at home, at school and in life.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Anger management
Anxiety
Attention Deficit/ADD/ADHD
Bereavement/Grief counseling
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Child behavior
Depression
Family counseling
Individual counseling
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
Respite
School services
Social anxiety disorder
Summer camp
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Youth mental health services

Hispanic-Latino community

Syntero, Inc.

Phone: 614.889.5722
Fax:
Email: info@syntero.org
Web: https://www.syntero.org/

Address:
299 Cramer Creek Court
Dublin, OH 43017

Mill Run location:
3645 Ridge Mill Drive Hilliard, Ohio 43026
Phone: 614.457.7876
Fax: 614.457.7896

North East location:
3343 Agler Road, Suite 2000 Columbus, Ohio 43219
Phone: 614.600.2708
Fax: 614.476.6708

Lewis Center location:
Mt. Carmel Health & Fitness Bldg, off Rt 23
7100 Graphics Way, Suite 3100 Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
Phone: 740.428.0428
Fax: 740.909.4077

Intake: 614.889.5722 Ext. 133

Who We Are

Syntero, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that advocates and supports the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities by providing professional, compassionate expert counseling and community-based services that adapt to the changing needs of the community. Syntero has served Central Ohio for more than 40 years and has offices in Dublin, Hilliard, Lewis Center and Northeast Columbus. Programs and services are offered throughout Franklin, Delaware and Morrow Counties.

Addictive behaviors (gambling/food/etc.)
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Child behavior
Couples counseling
Depression
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Family counseling
Housing coordination
Individual counseling
Job/employment/ vocational support
Life skills training
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Parenting classes
Peer support
Personality disorders
Pharmacy services
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
Psychosis
Schizophrenia
School services
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Suicide prevention
Summer camp
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Support group
Support group (grief)
Support group (trauma)
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Youth mental health services

youth counseling
youth support services
adolescent counseling
adults counseling
older adult services
family counseling
Mental health
trauma treatment programming
substance use disorder assessment
substance use disorder treatment
adult intensive outpatient AOD program
adolescents intensive outpatient AOD program
caregiver consultation
Community-based prevention programs
community-based behavioral health services
youth prevention programs
school-based services
pharmaceutical services
community-based crisis response

The Buckeye Ranch

Phone: 614.875.2371
Fax:
Email: family_resources_questions@buckeyeranch.org
Web: http://buckeyeranch.org/

Address:
4653 East Main Street
Whitehall, OH 43213

Who We Are

We provide mental, emotional, and behavioral health, education, and child welfare services to children, youth, and families throughout Central and Southwest Ohio. Our mission is to create healthy children and youth, strong families, and flourishing communities.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Anxiety
Attention Deficit/ADD/ADHD
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Child behavior
Depression
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Family counseling
Housing coordination
Individual counseling
Life skills training
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
School services
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Suicide prevention
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Youth mental health services

The Buckeye Ranch restores hope and provides healing to children, youth, and families through family-focused, trauma-informed, mental health treatment and services for behavioral, psychological and substance use disorders. The Ranch currently serves more than 5,000 children, youth, and families every year at six locations, across nearly half the counties in Ohio. The Buckeye Ranch provides a comprehensive continuum of care for children, youth and families. Services include intensive residential, foster care, intensive in-home counseling and case management, medication management, education-based mental health day treatment, prevention services, Somali Outreach Program, Transitional Age housing and case management services, and substance use treatment for youth.

The Heritage of Hannah Neil

Phone: 614.242.1284
Fax: 614.754.5135
Email: hhn@eastway.org
Web: http://columbus.eastway.org/

Address:
301 Obetz Rd.
Columbus, OH 43207

Main Location:
www.eastway.org
Eastway Behavioral Healthcare
600 Wayne Avenue
Dayton, Ohio 45410
Phone: 937.496.2000
Fax: 937.463.2958

Who We Are

The Heritage of Hannah Neil is a treatment component of Eastway Behavioral 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.

The Village Network

Phone: 614.264.3232
Fax:
Email: info@thevillagenetwork.com
Web: http://thevillagenetwork.org/

Address:
1751 East Long Street
Columbus, OH 43203

Additional Phone: 800.638.3232

Find a location near you: http://thevillagenetwork.org/locations/

Who We Are

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.

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