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Talbert House Crisis Hotline (281-CARE/281-2273)
This 24-hour suicide and crisis hotline service provides prevention, assessment, and educational programming to individuals of any age. Staff members can assist with stress management, relationship conflicts, and coping with a loss. Free, confidential and TTY-accessible.
A non-profit outreach initiative providing information and resources about self-injury to those who self-injure, those who have recovered, and those who want to help.
Treatment is focused on meeting the needs of the whole person, and offer individualized programs in a supportive caring environment designed to help people regain a sense of self-worth as they learn how to become and stay clean and sober.
Dedicated to providing professional, ethical, and caring outpatient treatment for substance abuse in a family centered environment. A copy of the ASAP newsletter is provided below
Programs for children age 3 - 18 who are grieving a death. Special groups for suicide survivors. Provide services to children and their parents or caretakers.
Provides a variety of mental health services for children and adolescents in our community who are in need of mental health programming and support programs. Clinicians treat a wide variety of youth mental health diagnoses and behavioral concerns such as: anger and aggression, poor school performance, defiant behavior, substance abuse, hyperactivity and difficulty focusing, depression, anxiety, social skills, and trauma.
Eating Recovery Center of Ohio specializes in treatment for adults and adolescents suffering from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, obesity and other unspecified eating disorders. Comprehensive outpatient programs and services are available to meet the recovery needs of patients and families at every stage of the treatment spectrum.
Ohio’s College Credit Plus (CCPlus) Program
Students can take courses in Ohio’s College Credit Plus (CCPlus) programs and earn high school and college credit that appears on both their high school and college transcripts. CCPlus replaces the Post Secondary Education Option, also known as PSEO, and redefines “alternative dual enrollment” programs as Advanced Standing programs. More information about the CCPlus program can be found in the PDF files listed below.