Information / Referral Services - ADAMH Board of Franklin County

Information / Referral Services

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 INFORMATION / REFERRAL SERVICES


Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging (COAAA)

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

Address:
3776 S. High St.
Columbus, OH 43207

Who We Are

COAAA helps older adults and individuals with disabilities live safely and independently at home for as long as possible. With the assistance of area providers, COAAA connects individuals to in-home services that help with daily living, including home-delivered meals, homemaking, personal care and transportation. COAAA provides advice, education and support to caregivers, and advocates for programs and policies that benefit older adults and individuals with disabilities.

Case management/ care coordination

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.

CompDrug

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

Address:
547 E. 11th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43211

Who We Are

CompDrug specializes in providing outpatient treatment for all substance use disorders, including medication for opioid use disorder. New patients are welcomed by appointment or walk-in basis between the hours of 6 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. CompDrug has a youth-led prevention program providing development, life and leadership skills that reduce the risk for addiction later in life. CompDrug invests in community health by providing harm reduction and overdose prevention resources such as naloxone (Narcan) to the community.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Addictive behaviors (gambling/food/etc.)
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Anxiety
Attention Deficit/ADD/ADHD
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Depression
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Individual counseling
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Opioid use/treatment
Parenting classes
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
Telehealth/telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Treatment for pregnant women

Veterans
Pregnant People using substances
Adults
Youth

ETSS Tewahedo Social Services

Phone: 614.252.5362
Fax:
Email: INFO@ethiotss.org
Web: https://ethiotss.org/

Address:
4300 E. Broad St., Suite D
Columbus, Ohio 43213

Who We Are

The mission of ETSS Tewahedo Social Services is to provide comprehensive support and assistance to immigrant and refugee communities, empowering individuals to rebuild their lives and integrate into their new communities. Their vision is a society where all individuals, regardless of their background, have access to the resources and opportunities they need to thrive and succeed. Through programs and services, ETSS strives to foster a sense of belonging, promote cultural understanding and create pathways to self-sufficiency and successful integration.

After-school program
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Anxiety
Bereavement/Grief counseling
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Child behavior
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
Mental health treatment
Mentoring
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Parenting classes
Peer support
Personality disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prevention
School services
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, Congolese Somali Hispanic Refugees, Immigrants, New Americans, LGBTQIA+ Community

Lutheran Social Services

Phone: 614.228.5200
Fax:
Email: info@lssnetworkofhope.org
Web: https://lssnetworkofhope.org/

Address:
1105 Schrock Road, Suite 100
Columbus, OH 43229

 LSS 211 Central Ohio: 2.1.1

lssnetworkofhope.org/211centralohio/211centralohio.org

LSS CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence Hotline: 614.224.4663

Foodline: 614.341.2282 or Text: 614.702.7772

Homeless Hotline: 1.888.4.SHELTR

Who We Are

Lutheran Social Services offers many programs to help neighbors in need, including LSS CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence, LSS 211 Central Ohio, LSS Health Center, LSS Faith Mission, LSS Affordable Housing, LSS Food Pantries and others.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Case management/ care coordination
Domestic violence
Drug use/treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Mental health treatment
Opioid use/treatment
Pharmacy services
Telehealth/ telemedicine

Domestic violence victims and survivors, people living with HIV, low income people, homeless

Maryhaven

Phone: 614.445.4131
Fax:
Email:
Web: http://www.maryhaven.com/

Address:
1791 Alum Creek Drive
Columbus, OH 43207

Who We Are

Maryhaven offers residential and outpatient services, medically assisted treatment, specialized programming for pregnant women and homeless adults, gambling intervention, cognitive behavioral and other proven therapies, and individual, group and family counseling for adolescents and adults.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Addictive behaviors (gambling/food/etc.)
Alcohol use/drinking
Crisis intervention
Detoxification (Detox)
Drug use/treatment
Gambling addiction
Individual counseling
Job/employment/ vocational support
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Opioid use/treatment
Peer support
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Substance use/treatment
Trauma-informed care
Treatment for pregnant women

Mental Health America of Ohio

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

Address:
2323 W. Fifth Ave., Suite 160
Columbus, OH 43204

Who We Are

Mental Health America of Ohio is dedicated to helping people live mentally healthier lives. They work with individuals and families by making referrals, providing free mental health counseling, offering ongoing support groups, conducting workplace trainings, and hosting Peer Recovery Supporter Services. Their mission is to transform how people think about mental illness, make it easier to get help, and support individuals in getting better and staying better.

Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Depression
Individual counseling
Job/employment/ vocational support
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Peer support
Schizophrenia
Suicide prevention
Support group
Treatment for pregnant women

NAMI Franklin County

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

Address:
1225 Dublin Road, Suite 50
Columbus, OH 43215

Who We Are

NAMI Franklin County is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental health conditions and their families through support, education, advocacy, referral and outreach. NAMI FC’s program priorities include: raising awareness, reducing stigma, providing inclusive and accessible services, collaborating with community partners to bridge gaps in crisis and clinical services, serving as a resource for families of individuals with lived experience and advocating at the local, state and national level.

Mentoring
Parenting classes
Peer support
Prevention
Respite
School services
Youth mental health services
Support Groups, Faith Based Initiative, Family Education Seminars

Individuals with Mental Health Conditions
Family Members and Caregivers
Teens and Young Adults
Frontline Workers
Faith
Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC). This includes the Bhutanese-Nepali, Somali and Hispanic communities

Netcare Access

Phone: 614.276.2273
Fax:
Email:
Web: http://www.netcareaccess.org/

Address:
199 S. Central Ave.
Columbus, OH 43223

24/7 Crisis Care: 614.276.CARE (2273)

Who We Are

Netcare Access offers specialized mental health and substance use crisis services for all Franklin County adults.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Crisis intervention
Depression
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Individual counseling
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Opioid use/treatment
Peer support
Personality disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
Psychosis
Respite
Schizophrenia
Social anxiety disorder
Substance use/treatment
Suicide prevention
Support group (trauma)
Trauma-informed care

North Central Mental Health Services

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

Address:
1301 N. High St.
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 Mental Health Services is a comprehensive, community-based mental health and recovery agency with 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline services. North Central serves all age groups from young children to older adults and treats children, adults and families. Some persons receiving services will benefit from short-term outpatient care to help them move forward; others may need more intensive treatment over a longer period of time.

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
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Eating disorder
Family counseling
Housing coordination
Individual counseling
Job/employment/ vocational support
Life skills training
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
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
Support group (grief)
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Treatment for pregnant women
Youth mental health services

LGBTQIA+, Older Adults, Transitional Youth

North Community Counseling Centers

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

Address:
6037 Cleveland Ave.
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
Alcohol use/drinking
Anxiety
Bereavement/Grief counseling
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Crisis intervention
Depression
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Housing coordination
Individual counseling
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT such as suboxone)
Medication management
Mental health treatment
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Personality disorders
Pharmacy services
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
Psychosis
Schizophrenia
School services
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Youth mental health services

Bhutanese-Nepali community, LGBTQ+ community, Women At-Risk, Children, Youth and Adolescent, Class 1 Residential Care Facilities

RI International

Phone: 614.702.7467
Fax:
Email:
Web: https://riinternational.com/

Address:
199 S. Central Ave. Door #1
Columbus, Ohio 43223

Who We Are

Recovery Innovations (RI) provides 24/7 walk-in crisis services and accepts voluntary adult guests. RI provides behavioral health urgent care that includes crisis intervention, assessment, crisis stabilization, 23-hour observation and linkage to services.

Syntero, Inc.

Phone: 614.889.5722
Fax: 614-889-9335
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

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 been providing evidence-based, trauma-informed support in central Ohio for more than 45 years. With offices in Dublin, Hilliard, Lewis Center and Mount Gilead, Syntero programs and services are offered throughout Franklin, Delaware and Morrow Counties.

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
Depression
Domestic violence
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Family counseling
Gambling addiction
Individual counseling
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Peer support
Personality disorders
Pharmacy services
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
School services
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Substance use/treatment
Suicide prevention
Summer camp
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Telehealth/ telemedicine
Trauma-informed care
Treatment for pregnant women
Youth mental health services

LGBTQ+ community, Older Adults, BIPOC mothers

The Buckeye Ranch

Phone: 800.859.5665
Fax:
Email: engagementspecialists@buckeyeranch.org
Web: http://buckeyeranch.org/

Address:
4653 E. Main St.
Whitehall, OH 43213

Who We Are

The Buckeye Ranch is a private non-profit that has been raising hope and restoring healing for youth and families in Ohio through behavioral and mental health services for over 60 years. Each day, more than 2,350 youth are in The Buckeye Ranch’s care across their six locations, receiving services across their four service lines – Child Welfare, Community and Education-Based, Residential and Integrated Care – designed to help them become successful within their families, schools and communities.

Addictive behaviors (gambling/food/etc.)
Anger management
Anxiety
Attention Deficit/ADD/ADHD
Bereavement/Grief counseling
Bipolar Disorder
Case management/ care coordination
Child behavior
Crisis intervention
Depression
Drug use/treatment
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Eating disorder
Family counseling
Gambling addiction
Individual counseling
Job/employment/ vocational support
Life skills training
Medication management
Mental health treatment
Mentoring
Mindfulness
OCD (Obsessive /Compulsive Disorder)
Opioid use/treatment
Peer support
Personality disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Prevention
Psychiatry/evaluation
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)
Trauma-informed care
Violence intervention
Youth mental health services

Somali Community, LGBTQIA+ Community

The P.E.E.R. Center

Phone: 614.453.4830
Fax:
Email: info@thepeercenter.org
Web: http://thepeercenter.org/

Address:
205 N. Hamilton Road
Columbus, OH 43213

Administrative Contacts
Juliet C. Dorris-Williams, MSW, LISW-S
Executive Director
jdorris-williams@thepeercenter.org
614.453.4826
205 N. Hamilton Road, Columbus, OH 43213

Deidra James, BA, CPRS
Assistant Director
djames@thepeercenter.org
614.453.4827
205 N. Hamilton Road, Columbus, OH, 43213

Susan Steed, CPRS
Program Director & WarmLine Manager
614.453.4544
860/860 W. Broad St. Columbus, OH 43222

Who We Are

The P.E.E.R. Center is a drop-in wellness, recovery and support center for persons living with mental health, addiction and trauma concerns. The P.E.E.R. Center operates daily, including all holidays, in two locations for in-person peer support services. There is also a daily Warmline for non-crisis peer support by phone: 614-358-8255 (5 p.m.- 3 a.m.). This organization is completely operated and administratively controlled by people with personal lived experiences of mental health, and/or addictions and/or trauma.

Accessible by bus/on bus line
Addictive behaviors (gambling/food/etc.)
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Crisis intervention
Depression
Dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders
Gambling addiction
Job/employment/ vocational support
Life skills training
Mindfulness
Peer support
Personality disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Prescription drug use
Schizophrenia
Social anxiety disorder
Stress management
Support group (drug/alcohol use)
Support group
Support group (grief)
Support group (trauma)
Trauma-informed care

Adults age 18 and up

Urban Minority Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Outreach Program of Franklin County, Inc. (UMADAOP)

Phone: 614.227.9694
Fax:
Email: umadaopfranklincounty@gmail.com
Web: http://umadaopfc.com/

Address:
700 Bryden Road, Suite 210
Columbus, OH 43215

Who We Are

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.

After-school program
Alcohol use/drinking
Anger management
Bereavement/Grief counseling
Case management/ care coordination
Child behavior
Crime victim counseling
Depression
Drug use/treatment
Family counseling
Individual counseling
Life skills training
Mental health treatment
Mentoring
Parenting classes
Peer support
Reentry services
Substance use/treatment
Suicide prevention
Summer camp
Support group
Support group (trauma)
Treatment for pregnant women
Violence intervention
Youth mental health services

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