In collaboration with 1N5 we are offering The State of Mind Speakers Series which consists of video presentations and webinars intended to promote mental health and wellness during this uniquely challenging time.

General Mental Health Resources

Ohio CareLine:
Call 1-800-720-9616 to connect
The Ohio CareLine is a toll-free emotional support call service created by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and administered in community    settings. Behavioral health professionals staff the CareLine 24 hours a day, 7 days/week. During these unprecedented times of Covid-19 you may be facing more stress, anxiety, or a lack of socialization. Do not hesitate to reach out for help, even if you just want to talk to someone. They offer confidential support in times of personal or family crisis when individuals may be struggling to cope with challenges in their lives. When callers need additional services, they will receive assistance and connection to local providers.

Mental Health Resources for Children and Teens

Understanding Services During COVID-19

Care is Available Now. Treatment might be via phone, video conferencing or in person in the community.

If you want to start treatment, therapists are available. Use the School Based Providers link on the Home Page to make an appointment. Use the Search Providers link on the Home Page for other options or call the MindPeace office at 513.803.0844.

  • Message from Cincinnati Children’s
    Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is committed to the safety of all patients.  For mental health crisis or emergencies, patients and families are encouraged to contact their current mental health provider first.   This allows the mental health provider, who knows your child best, to provide support and direction.   If your child does not have a mental health provider, and they are experiencing a non-life threatening mental health crisis, you are encouraged to contact the Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC) at CCHMC 513.636.4124.  The PIRC staff will help you to decide the most effective level of intervention for your child’s mental health crisis – which may include an urgent psychiatric assessment in the PIRC Bridge Clinic. You should go to the emergency department if you are experiencing a medical emergency, a life-threatening mental health crisis, or are directed to go there by a medical provider. This will help limit the spread of the virus in our community and allow our emergency departments to care for patients with the most critical needs first.  Please do not bring siblings or other children under 18 years old to the medical center if they do not have an appointment.  For more information please read the visiting guidelines.
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