Prevention & Resources
Note: With a few exception, MHRB does not link to organizations or resources that are located outside of our service area or that do not have a local presence.
Mental Health Resources
Local Support Groups and Resources
Looking for answers to questions about mental health? Our network providers are great places to turn. You will find caring, helpful people ready to point you in the right direction for YOU.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
NAMI is the nation\\'s voice for mental illness. The organization provides support, information and advocacy for individuals, families and others affected by mental illness. For more information, visit www.nami.org.
NAMI Ohio is the state\\'s voice on mental illness. An affiliate of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI), NAMI Ohio advocates for individuals with mental illness before the state legislature and provides support and courses for family members whose loved ones have been diagnosed with a brain disorder. For more information, visit the NAMI Ohio website.
NAMI Southwest Ohio
NAMI Southwest Ohio supports local individuals and families affected by mental illness. Chapter members offer a variety of support groups and courses including Hand-2-Hand and Family-2-Family training.
NAMI Southwest Ohio also holds a variety of special events throughout the year, such as the annual Candlelight Vigil during Mental Illness Awareness Week in October.
Meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m.
Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio
Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio advocates for improved care for the mentally ill and promotes good mental health care for all. Locally, MHA offers a variety of programs. Learn more on their website. You can also find information at the national MHA website.
Warren County Compeer & Clinton County Compeer programs
Compeer matches volunteers with individuals in both Warren and Clinton Counties who are recovering from mental illness. Every day, volunteers provide companionship, help with errands or appointments, attend social events and many other activities - and they enjoy great friendships, too!
Contact: Michelle Rolf at (859) 431-1077 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.