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Integrated Services for Behavioral Health
Integrated Services for Behavioral Health has multiple locations across southeast Ohio. They provide a variety of services, including mental health and substance use treatment, peer support, recovery housing, and homelessness assistance. Some locations may also provide naloxone (Narcan) kits and overdose prevention training.
Ohio 211
Ohioans who call 211 are connected to a range of social services, including food, clothing, housing services, child and senior care, transportation assistance, education and employment support, and more. Don’t spend hours finding individual programs. Save time by calling 211 and getting everything you need in one place.
Ohio Careline
The Ohio Careline offers 24/7 emotional support for those who are in crisis or are struggling with problems in life. The behavioral health specialists who staff the line can give a listening ear, sound advice, and referrals to additional programs when appropriate. If you’re struggling and don’t know where to turn, call the Ohio Careline today.
Community Support Services
Community Support Services serves Summit County, particularly the Akron area. They provide a wide range of care, including primary and mental healthcare, case management, art therapy, counseling, peer support, and specialty services for veterans and seniors. They also offer employment support and housing services.
Harbor provides services in the Toledo area, with a strong emphasis on employment support and vocational training for adults, youth, and the justice involved. They also provide mental health and substance use treatment, case management, after-school youth programs, and a senior wellness program. Many services are available through telehealth as well as in person.
Talbert House
The Talbert House serves Ohioans in Hamilton County, with many services also available in surrounding Brown, Butler, Clinton, and Warren Counties. They offer substance use treatment, housing services, and mental health care. Talbert House also has community programs in Hamilton County such as welfare-to-work programs, community outreach and prevention, the Fatherhood Project, a youth employment program, and victim services.
The Centers
The Centers in the Cleveland area provides primary medical care, case management, victim services, substance use and behavioral health treatment, and harm reduction resources like a syringe exchange, HIV/Hep C testing, and a harm reduction kit vending machine. The Centers also offers family services such as food, utility assistance, job training, education support, transportation, child care, parental support, and a workforce development center for job readiness.
Harm Reduction & Opioid Resources
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Project DAWN
Project DAWN has a dashboard that allows Ohio residents to find specific harm reduction programs in their area. The interactive map makes it easy to find naloxone (Narcan) kits, fentanyl test strips, HIV/Hep C testing, and syringe programs throughout the state. Each location provides a phone number and a link to the organization’s website.
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Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio
For those experiencing or at risk of homelessness, the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio provides an interactive map that shows coordinated entry programs throughout the state. Click on the one closest to you to find information about that program so you can reach out for the housing services you need.
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