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Online Behavioral Health Screenings

Mental health screenings provide a quick, anonymous and effective way to help anyone who may be at risk for treatable mental health disorders.

You can take a screening anytime for:

  • Depression
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Adolescent Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Alcohol Use Disorder
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Eating Disorder
  • Substance Use

Use the results as a starting point if the recommendation is to seek help. If you're seeking an agency for services, call (513) 695-1695, click "Find Help" above, or call the Crisis Hotline at 1-877-695-HELP (6333).

Crisis Intervention Team Training Police Departments

CIT for Law Enforcement

Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) is a community-based collaborative between law enforcement and MHRBWCC to educate officers to better handle mental health crises. CIT has been in existence since 2010 and maintains fidelity to the CIT core curriculum published by the Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence.

The program has had officers, dispatchers and other department staff from the following law enforcement agencies:

  • Carlisle Police Department
  • Clinton County sheriff’s Office
  • Franklin Police Department
  • Hamilton Township Police Department
  • Lebanon Police Department
  • Loveland Police Department
  • Mason Police Department
  • Maineville Police Department
  • Monroe Police Department
  • Springboro Police Department
  • Warren County Sheriff’s Office
  • Waynesville Police Department
  • Wilmington Police Department

If you have any questions about CIT, Please contact MHRBWCC at 513-695-1695. For more information, please visit The Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence.

Mental Health Service Providers

Agency   Locations   Phone
Butler Behavioral Health Services  

Lebanon

Wilmington

  (513) 896-7887
         
Solutions Community Counseling & Recovery Centers  

Lebanon
Springboro
Wilmington

  (513) 228-7800
         
Talbert House  

Lebanon
Franklin
Wilmington

 

(513) 932-4337

(513) 723-0883

(937) 414-2016

         
Beech Acres Parenting Center   Lebanon   (513) 231-6630
         

Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio 

(Peer Support and Compeer Program)

 

Lebanon
Wilmington

  (513) 721-2910, ext. 11
         
NAMI of Southwest Ohio   Cincinnati   (513) 351-3500

Addiction Services Providers

Provider Agency   Location(s)   Phone
Butler Behavioral Health Services  

Lebanon

Wilmington

  (513) 896-7887
             
Solutions Community Counseling & Recovery Centers  

Lebanon
Springboro
Wilmington

  (513) 228-7800
         
Talbert House  

Lebanon
Wilmington

 

(513) 932-4337

(937) 414-2016

         
Women's Recovery Center - Xenia   Xenia   (937) 562-2400

 

Other Supports:

HOPE Warren County

HOPE Warren County on Facebook

Housing

New Housing Ohio

(513) 228-1801

newhousingohio.org

No need for health insurance to start care

No health insurance? No problem!

Some people believe that a person seeking help for a mental health or addiction issue has to have some form of insurance in order to start seeing someone.

But MHRBWCC has always sought to break down barriers to behavioral health care, especially around cost. Sure, many people seeking help have insurance, whether it's through an employer, Medicaid, or a managed care plan.

But if you don't have insurance, there are alternatives to help. You can start services and at the same time work with someone at that agency to apply for Medicaid coverage, if you qualify, or look into getting insurance through the exchange. You may qualify for subsidized coverage there, too.

If you have questions, give us a call at (513) 695-1695 or talk with someone at the agency where you seek care.

Crisis Hotline: (877) 695-6333

Crisis Hotline: (877) 695-6333

IF YOU ARE IN A CRISIS, THINKING OF HARMING YOURSELF OR OTHERS, AND NEED IMMEDIATE HELP, TELL SOMEONE RIGHT AWAY!

  • CALL 911 FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES
  • CALL THE CRISIS HOT LINE 1-877-695-6333
  • GO TO THE NEAREST HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOM

We all face crises in our lives. But while many of us can manage those crises on our own, some crises may be harder to cope with or move through without some help. Sometimes things just get so overwhelming that there doesn't seem to be any hope at all.

The Crisis Hotline is here to help. A trained staff member is available 24/7 to answer your call and talk with you. He or she can also direct you to a face-to-face assessment.

 

For information regarding available services for mental health or alcohol/drug addiction, click here.

Crisis Text Line 741741

Crisis Text Line

Crises don't always lend themselves to a phone call. That's why the Crisis Text Line is an important means of reaching out. Anyone can text "4hope" to 741741 and get connected to a trained person who is ready to help.

The Crisis Text Line is not a replacement for counseling, but it can serve as a good starting point for people needing help to cope with a crisis situation. Your messages are confidential.

Peer Support

Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio

mhankyswoh.org/peer-support

(513) 721-2910, ext 11

Mobile Response & Stabilization Services

Mobile Response & Stabilization Services (MRSS) is a comprehensive program available to youth ages 0 to 21 and their families. MRSS staff meet with youth and families in person wherever they are to provide intensive services to address emotional and/or behavioral issues that require intervention. Families can stay with MRSS for up to 60 days.

Read the brochure to learn more (Una versión en español del folleto MRSS está disponible). To access services, please call our hotline at (877) 695-6333.