local mental health addiction treatment support

Help, Support, Prevention

Our job as a board is to ensure that services are available for residents of Warren & Clinton Counties to treat and recover from mental illness and addiction. Explore our website for agencies and resources to learn about mental illness, addiction, and ways to support family and friends in treatment.

Board of Directors

Join our Board of Directors

MHRB is seeking community residents interested in serving on its Board of Directors. We are in need of a Warren County resident (to be appointed by the Warren County Commissioners) and a family member of a person who has received mental health treatment. Learn more here or call (513) 695-1695.

MHRB explainer video

How to find a therapist

Have you decided to seek therapy or talk with someone about a mental health or addiction concern? Check out our new video for things to consider in your search.

Check Up from Neck Up

Take an anonymous screening

Think that "blue feeling" is hanging around too long? Answer a few questions and get some suggestions on steps to take.

Take an Assessment

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Crisis Text Line

This free, confidential service is available to anyone with a mobile device. Text "4hope" to 741741 to get started.

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