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Behavior / Counseling / Addiction

Attention, if you are in crisis and need immediate help:

Where’s The Line?

A first-of-its-kind effort designed to educate bystanders on how to appropriately address signs of family violence and abuse. Bystanders can anonymously and confidentially receive answers and advice by calling 844-234-LINE (5463), texting 87028 or chatting at www.WheresTheLine.info. The Information Coordinator is available to assist 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
655 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205
wherestheline.info

Above the Influence

Teens can learn how to stand up to negative pressures, or influences and stay “above the influence.” The website also presents the latest facts on topics such as drugs and alcohol.
Crisis Text Line: Text “ABOVE” to 741-741
abovetheinfluence.com

Access Ohio

Helps kids with behavior problems, ADHD, autism, bipolar disorder, depression, OCD, post-traumatic stress disorder and addiction.
Program: individual counseling, psychiatry, medication management and psychological evaluations
Eligibility: males and females, ages 6 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Caresource, Molina), no private insurance, no self-pay
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • 99 North Brice Road, Columbus, Ohio 43213
    (614) 367-7700
  • 6400 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43213
    (614) 655-3345
  • 8100 Ravines Edge Court, Columbus, Ohio 43235
    (614) 985-3112
  • 4725 Parkwick Road, Columbus, Ohio 43288
    (614) 655-3354
  • 250 South Henry Street, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    General: (740) 369-4908 or Intake: (740) 368-7811 or Administration: (740) 368-7835
  • 528 West Marion Road, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338
    (419) 947-4560
  • 75 Clairedan Drive, Powell, Ohio 43065
    (614) 396-5665

accessoh.com

Addiction Center

An informational web guide for those who are struggling with substance use disorders and behavioral and mental health disorders. The website has a rehab locator, and their 24-hour free confidential helpline can answer questions about access to treatment centers, supportive guidance and financial assistance options.
121 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801
24-hour Helpline: (844) 438-8470
addictioncenter.com

Addiction Resource

Provides free resources to help people better understand their addiction and motivate them to make the first step in seeking support. It is not a treatment center and does not accept payments and is not a substitute for professional medical help.
2440 M Street Northwest, Seattle, Washington 98106
Free & Confidential Drug Hotline: (888) 562-3980
addictionresource.com

Alcohol, Drug & Mental Health Board of Franklin County (ADAMH)

Helps Franklin County residents find the right places to turn for low cost, alcohol, drug addiction and mental health services by overseeing more than 35 community agencies. These community agencies have a sliding fee scale for services, meaning any Franklin County resident can get needed services and be charged on the basis of income and circumstance. They have a list of support groups on their website as well.
447 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 224-1057
adamhfranklin.org

Alvis

Offers supportive services to men, women, young adults and families through their reentry, behavior health and developmental disabilities programs.

  • Community Reentry Program: Helps people who are transitioning from the corrections system back into the community. Services include: cognitive-behavioral treatment at their residential reentry center, alcohol and drug addiction treatment, workforce development, case management, mentoring, housing assistance and links to community services and support.
  • Community Recovery Program: Amethyst offers a range of services to women and their families. Recovery Choices is a substance abuse treatment program.
  • Developmental Disabilities Program: Services include residential care, behavioral intervention, vocational/job readiness skills training and supported living.

2100 Stella Court, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 252-8402
alvis180.org

American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP)

Their website has definitions, answers to frequently asked questions, resources, expert videos and an online search tool to find a local psychiatrist.
aacap.org/AACAP/Families_and_Youth/Home

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Healthy Children

The website has information on a wide range of health topics, including safety, fitness, school issues, dating, substance abuse; emotional wellness, including helping children handle stress, psychiatric medications, grief. It also provides information about healthy living, family life, immunizations, developmental stages and more.
healthychildren.org

American Legion

Awards college scholarships to military veterans and their families, offer immediate assistance for household needs, utilities and food to military families. They also offer support programs, such as temporary financial assistance, award cash grants to minor children of veterans who are eligible for American Legion membership, counseling and mental health.
700 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46206
(800) 433-3318
legion.org
Additional Contact Information: legion.org/contact

American Psychological Association (APA)

Offers information on managing stress, communicating with kids, making step families work, controlling anger, finding a psychologist and more.
750 First Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002
(800) 374-2721 or (202) 336-6123 TTY
apa.org

Amethyst

Program: individual and group intensive office-based counseling for women dependent on alcohol or drugs, housing for adult women who are homeless and dependent on alcohol or drugs. They also offer an intensive summer intervention camp for children ages 5 to 17 whose mothers are involved in Amethyst’s intensive outpatient addiction recovery program.
Eligibility: females (no males), age 18 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization
455 East Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 242-1284
alvis180.org/services/recovery-services/amethyst

ASHA Ray of Hope

Connects victims of domestic violence in the South Asian community to resources, case management, crisis intervention and provides advocacy. They provide interpreter and transportation services as well. Victims can call the free, confidential hotline for help and support.
4900 Reed Road, Columbus, Ohio 43220
24/7 Helpline: (614) 565-2918
Office: (614) 326-2121
asharayofhope.org

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT)

Provides free online information about importance differences in mental health treatments. Parents can search online for local psychologists and psychiatrists for free.
305 Seventh Avenue, New York, New York 10001
(212) 647-1890
abct.org
Online Database: findcbt.org

Balanced Mind Parent Network (BMPN)

A program of the Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) that offers online help and information for parents raising children and teens affected by depression, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders. Parents can search for psychologists, treatment centers, legal services, support groups and summer camps. They can also participate in online support groups and email questions to the “family response team.”
55 East Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois 60604
(800) 826-3632
24-hour Crisis Helpline: (800) 273-8255 or Text “DBSA” to 741-741
dbsalliance.org

Bassett House

Program: intensive residential treatment facility for adolescents with severe drug and alcohol problems, individual and group counseling, family therapy, case management, on-campus school program, no psychiatry, no inpatient detox programs
Eligibility: males and females, age 13 to 17
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization
PO Box 724, Athens, Ohio 45701
(800) 645-8287 Toll-free or (740) 594-8108, intake ext. 1220 or 1246
hrs.org/bassett-house

Bell Center Africentric Therapeutic Community

Program: residential alcohol and drug treatment for 6 to 9 months for adults with substance use and involvement in the criminal justice system
Eligibility: males only (no females), age 21 and older
Cost: free to eligible applicants upon approval (call for details)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else or be mandated by a court order
813 Bryden Road, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 372-3000
columbus-area.com/copy-of-bell-residential

Bobby’s Books

One way to help kids deal with difficult issues (such as a childhood illness, death of a parent or grandparent, death of a pet or friend or even divorce and other family issues) is to use children’s books. This program gives kids the chance to express their feelings and tell their own stories.
2233 North Bank Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43220
(614) 545-9028
bobbysbooks.org

Buckeye Ranch

Provides family-focused mental health treatment and services for behavioral, emotional and substance-abuse disorders to children and families.
Programs: in-home treatment, intensive and non-intensive residential treatment, family and outpatient counselingfoster care services, transitional living services, visitation services, case management, alternative education day treatment, Permanent Family Solutions Network
Eligibility: males and females, ages vary per program
Cost
: Fees range depending on the type of care needed, some service costs are offset by Medicaid, or the client’s local Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Board
Referral
: For in-home and office-based services, individuals may refer themselves or be referred by their doctor. For residential services, referrals must come from the courts, the county or another referring agency.

  • Grove City
    5665 Hoover Road, Grove City, Ohio 43123
    (614) 875-2371
    Offerings: Diagnostic Assessments, Residential programs, Outpatient counseling, and Training
  • East Broad
    697 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 384-7700
    Offerings: Outpatient Counseling, Diagnostic Assessments, Foster Care, and Permanent Family Solutions Network
  • West Broad (Hilltop)
    2865 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 875-2371
    Offerings: The Bonner Academy at Cross Creek, Outpatient Counseling, Home-Based Services (non-intensive and intensive), and Multisystemic Therapy Team (MST)
  • Columbus – The Rosemont Center
    2440 Dawnlight Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
    (614) 471-2626
    Offerings: Foster Care, Common Ground, The Bonner Academy at Rosemont, and Community-Based Programs
  • Columbus – My Place
    1625 East Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 875-2371
    Offerings: Transitional Living Facility
  • Heath
    600 Industrial Parkway, Heath, Ohio 43056
    (800) 536-2433
    Offerings: Foster Care, Outpatient Counseling

Intake: (614) 384-7798 or (800) 859-5665, option 1 Toll-free
buckeyeranch.org

Buckeye Ranch Somali Outreach Program

Through the use of Somali-speaking interpreters and trained staff, they offer culturally focused clinical and case management services for youth and families to help with coping with trauma, loss, and living in a new country and among a new culture. Somali families are connected to community resources and this program has 24-hour crisis support and intervention.
2440 Dawnlight Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
(614) 471-2626
buckeyeranch.org/programs/community-based-programs/home-based-services.html

Camp Hope

A summer day camp for children in grades K through 6 who have experienced the loss of a loved one takes place every year at Camp Mowana in Mansfield or Camp Mohaven in Danville. The camp is sponsored by Hospice of North Central Ohio.
Mansfield Location: 2131 Park Avenue West, Ontario, Ohio 44906
Ashland Location: 1050 Dauch Drive, Ashland, Ohio 44805
(419) 281-7107 or (800) 952-2207
hospiceofnorthcentralohio.org/bereavement

Camp Lionheart

This summer camp is a free, week-long, overnight grief camp for children and teens who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver. It’s full of activities such as swimming, hiking, games and crafts, while having structured grief group counseling sessions with trained, licensed professionals. The camp takes place at Camp Oty’okwa in Hocking Hills, operating under Big Brother Big Sisters of Central Ohio.

  • Administration Office: 1385 King Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43212
    (614) 506-7959
  • Camp Location: 24799 Purcell Road, South Bloomingville, Ohio 43152
    (614) 839-2447

camplionheart.org

Catholic Social Services

A faith-based organization that provides family support services to help families thrive. Their services and programs include counseling, post adoption services, transitional housing for individuals and families fleeing from abusive homes; case management, food and emergency assistance and more. Their community center, Our Lady of Guadalupe Center, provides support to the Hispanic community in Central Ohio through food and emergency assistance, nutrition and English classes, and health, employment and legal referrals.

  • Columbus
    197 East Gay Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 221-5891
  • West Columbus
    Our Lady of Guadalupe Center
    409 Industry Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 340-7061 or HandsOn Central Ohio: (614) 341-2282
  • Newark
    1031 Brice Street, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (740) 345-2565
  • Zanesville
    Physical Address: 422 Main Street, Zanesville, Ohio 43702
    Mailing Address: PO Box 3446, Zanesville, Ohio 43702
    (740) 452-5057
  • Portsmouth
    St. Francis Catholic Outreach Center
    2311 Stockham Lane, Portsmouth, Ohio 45662
    (740) 353-3185

colscss.org

Center for Family Safety & Healing

Addresses all aspects of family violence including child abuse and neglect, teen dating abuse, domestic violence and elder abuse. They offer a continuum of research-based prevention, intervention and treatment programs for individuals (like counseling, prenatal/early intervention services, medical services for foster children and community training programs) who have experienced family violence.
655 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205

  • General: (614) 722-8200
  • Adult Counseling Services: (614) 722-8293
  • Child Assessment Center: (614) 722-3278
  • Child & Family Counseling: Intake – (614) 722-8212 or Questions/Concerns – (614) 722-8210
  • Community Training Programs: (614) 722-4830
  • Fostering Connections Program: (614) 722-6789

familysafetyandhealing.org

Central Ohio Al-Anon & Alateen Family Groups (AFG)

Each AFG works to help families of alcoholics. The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope, in order to solve their common problems. The Central Ohio area includes Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Licking, Madison, Pickaway, and Union Counties.
500 West Wilson Bridge Road, Worthington, Ohio, 43085
(614) 547-1550
coafg.org
AFG of Ohio: ohioal-anon.org

Central Ohio Area Office of Narcotics Anonymous (COAONA)

Program: support groups throughout central Ohio for clean addicts and active users
Eligibility: males and females, no age or education requirements, some groups are specialized (meeting definitions are provided on the website)
Cost: free for anyone
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization
1313 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 252-1700
centralohionarcoticsanonymous.org

Central Ohio Child/Infant Loss Support Groups

  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital Seasons for Caring (Hospital Family Bereavement Group)
    A support group open to all parents who have experienced the death of a child.
    655 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 722-5250
    nationwidechildrens.org/family-support-groups
  • Mount Carmel Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Services
    Provides comfort and education for individuals, couples and family members who have experienced pregnancy loss through miscarriage, stillbirth or who have lost a newborn or infant.
    (614) 234-0200
    mountcarmelhealth.com/classes-groups-events/grief-process-support-groups
  • The Compassionate Friends Columbus & Central Ohio Chapter
    A local support group to help families with their grief after the death of a child at any age. They also meet in Delaware and other areas around Ohio.
    Assembly Room of Ascension Lutheran Church
    1479 Morse Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 882-8986
    tcfcolumbusoh.org
    National Website: compassionatefriends.org
  • Baby 1st Network
    Offers bereavement support services throughout the state to families who have lost children to SIDS. Call their toll-free hotline for advice, support and help finding a local support group.
    1324 North Superior Street, Toledo, Ohio 43604
    (330) 929-9911 or (800) 477-7437
    baby1stnetwork.org

Central Ohio Group Fellowship (COGF) & Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

COGF’s primary purpose is to assist AA groups in Central and Southeastern Ohio in carrying the Alcoholics Anonymous message to those who still suffer from alcoholism.
Program: support group to help alcoholics achieve sobriety and stop drinking
Eligibility: males and females, teens and adults, no age or education requirements
Cost: free for anyone
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization
651 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 253-8501 or (800) 242-1729
cogf.meetingfor.me

Central Ohio Rescue & Restore Coalition (CORRC)

Assist victims of human trafficking, this coalition of community agencies provides information and resources through their 24-hour hotline. They provide free workshops and training on human trafficking. The Coalition’s work is focused in four areas: public awareness, social services, law enforcement and legislation.
966 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
National Human Trafficking Hotline: (888) 373-7888 or text “INFO” or “HELP” to 233733
(614) 285-4357
swo.salvationarmy.org/rescueandrestore

Children & Adults with Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) of Columbus

This national organization has a local chapter that offers support and guidance to children and adults with ADHD. Find contact information on their website.
Program: support groups and educational events
Eligibility: males and females, teens and adults, no age or education requirements
Cost: some events are free and others require a small membership fee
Referral: no referral needed
Marburn Academy
9555 Johnstown Road, New Albany, Ohio 43054
ADHD Helpline: (800) 233-4050
columbuschadd.weebly.com
National website: chadd.org

Children’s Treehouse Foundation

Focuses on the well-being of children with parents that have been diagnosed with cancer. They provide emotional support, enhance communication skills, teach coping strategies, and provide the proper tools for children and families to stay strong and stay together through the new environment.
7500 West Mississippi Avenue, Lakewood, Colorado 80226
(303) 322-1202
childrenstreehousefdn.org

CJ First Candle

Help people learn about pregnancy and newborn care, stillborn births and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)/ Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Syndrome (SUIDS). Grief counselors are available over the phone 24 hours a day. Parents can join online support groups, share stories with other parents and find out more about SIDS.
49 Locust Avenue, New Canaan, Connecticut 06840
For Grief Support: (800) 221-7437
cjsids.org

Columbus Area Integrated Health Services

Program: intensive outpatient individual and group substance abuse counseling for adults, youth prevention programs, adult employment readiness programs, primary care, behavioral health and wellness programs, re-entry support
Eligibility: males and females, age 18 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income), no private insurance
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
1515 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 252-0711
columbus-area.com

Columbus CARE Coalition

Connects people to support services related to therapy, group support and ways to cope with trauma. They offer Trauma Informed Care training and have a Trauma Resource Guide. Meetings occur once a month and are open to all.
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 645-6807
columbus.gov/CARE

Columbus Public Health You’re Extra Special (Y.E.S.) Program

Program: education program (YES) for children ages 7 to 12 whose lives have been affected by alcohol or drugs, parenting classes, on-site child care, outpatient counseling for adults
Eligibility: males and females, ages 7 to 12 in Columbus City Schools and other select community sites
Cost: free
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 645-6839
columbus.gov/publichealth/programs/Alcohol-and-Drug-Abuse

Columbus Urban League (CUL)

A community‐based, non‐profit, advocacy organization that works to empower African Americans and marginalized groups through economic, educational and social progress with programs, classes and services. Visit the website to learn more about the different programs that fall under these six categories:

788 Mount Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43203
(614) 257-6300
cul.org

Community for New Direction (CND)

A non-profit that offers mentoring and leadership development, bullying and violence prevention programs, summer camps, job readiness programs, college and university tours to elementary school, middle school and high school youth. CND also offers emergency support services on a case-by-base basis, parenting services and addiction counseling for adults.

  • Administrative Office
    2323 West Fifth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 272-1464
  • Near East Office
    993 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 257-0305
  • West Office
    2096 West Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43223
    (614) 272-1464
  • South Office
    1008 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 272-1464
  • CND Outpatient Addiction Treatment and Counseling
    1000 Atcheson Street, Columbus, Ohio 43203
    (614) 252-4941

cndonline.org

Companions on a Journey Grief Support

Open to anyone who grieves the death of a loved one. Offers over 35 grief specific support groups assisting with every type of loss, including loss of a spouse, parent, sibling, child, infant (including miscarriage), friend and those whose loved ones who died by suicide and murder. They also provide support through their newsletter, grief workshops, retreats and educational classes.
8857 Cincinnati Dayton Road, West Chester, Ohio 45069
(513) 870-9108
companionsonajourney.org

CompDrug

Program: outpatient adult methadone program, office-based adult drug and alcohol counseling, drug testing, middle school and high school prevention and education groups, STD testing through Columbus Public Health, no teen substance abuse counseling
Eligibility: males and females, age 18 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), self-pay, no private insurance
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization
Main Building: 547 East Eleventh Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
Fields Building: 1420 Fields Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43211
(614) 224-4506
compdrug.org

Concord Counseling Services

Program: individual and group office-based counseling for substance abuse (for adults only), general mental health counseling for children and adults, child and adult psychiatry
Eligibility: males and females, ages 3-17, and ages 18 and older for substance abuse counseling
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
700 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, Ohio 43081
(614) 882-9338, ext. 205
concordcounseling.org

Cornerstone of Hope

Focuses on helping ages 6 and up who are grieving the loss of a loved one. They provide services for individuals and families through different methods of counseling and therapy. They also provide educational training to extended family members so that they can help care for someone affected by the loss of a loved one. Families also participate in remembrance ceremonies such as a butterfly release and holiday candle lighting in the winter. Click here for information about their summer camps and support offered to schools.
1550 Old Henderson Road, Columbus, Ohio 43220
(614) 824-4285
cornerstoneofhope.org

Cornerstone of Recovery

Program: intensive office-based individual and group alcohol and drug counseling, family therapy, drug testing, 12-step programs
Eligibility: males and females, age 18 and older
Insurance: private insurance, self-pay, no government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
5003 Horizons Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43220
(614) 389-9808
cornerstoneofrecoveryohio.com

Crossroads Recovery Services

Program: office-based individual and group alcohol and drug counseling, marijuana group counseling, mental health counseling for people with drug or alcohol abuse issues, drug testing, anger management program for adults; also provides support to DUI offenders in fulfilling their court assigned responsibilities
Eligibility: males and females, age 18 and older
Insurance: self-pay only
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
1364 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43207
(614) 445-0352
ohio-dip.com

Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)

Provides support and education to improve the lives of people who have depression and bipolar disorder. Find local chapters and support groups on their website.
55 East Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois 60604
(800) 826-3632 Toll-free
dbsalliance.org

Directions Counseling Group

Program: office-based, online and phone-based counseling for general mental health problems (ADHD, autism, bipolar disorder, behavior problems, depression and more), teen counseling, marriage and family counseling, divorce and separation, trauma/PTSD, anger management, play therapy, grief and loss, parenting, substance abuse counseling, no psychiatry
Eligibility: males and females, age 3 and older
Cost: self-pay only (sliding scale fees based on income), no government insurance, no private insurance (although patients may choose to bill their insurance company themselves)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
6797 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43085
(614) 888-9200
directionscounseling.com

Directions for Youth & Families (DFYF)

Program: Offers youth and their families mental, emotional and behavioral health programs and services. Licensed social workers and counselors provide counseling and clinical treatment programs addressing a range of issues including school concerns, sexual abuse, delinquency, domestic violence, family conflict, substance abuse and mental health issues. They also offer parenting classes, free kindergarten readiness programs and after-school and summer programs at their two youth centers.
Eligibility: male and female, ages vary per program
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income); most programs are free
Referral: 
individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else for the counseling programs, for psychiatric services they need to be referred through a Directions for Youth counselor

  • DFYF Main Office
    1515 Indianola Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
    (614) 294-2661
  • DFYF East Office
    3616 East Main Street, Whitehall, Ohio 43213
    (614) 251-0103
  • Ohio Avenue Youth Center
    657 South Ohio Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 258-8043
  • Crittenton Center
    3840 Kimberly Parkway, Columbus, Ohio 43232
    (614) 694-0203

Intake: (614) 294-2661
dfyf.org

Drug Overdose Resources

  • Click here to view the Overdose Recognition and Response Guide from the State of Ohio Pharmacy Board. Providers and caregivers can find more information on their website and by calling their hotline.
    (614) 466-4143 or TTY (800) 750-0750
    pharmacy.ohio.gov
  • Click here to view the Ohio Department of Health’s list of drug overdose resources.
  • Call 9-1-1 for any medical emergency or suspected overdose situation.

Drug Safe Worthington

Visit the website to find resources, services and workshops the promote a culture that prevents drug and alcohol abuse, while supporting individuals and families affected by substance abuse.
Worthington Resource Pantry
6700 Huntley Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
(614) 985-1766
drugsafeworthington.org

Equitas Health

Offer free anonymous HIV/AIDS testing and free testing for other STDs (syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia), behavior health, dentistry, legal services; medical, pharmacy, and HIV/STI prevention programs and services for GLBT community.
4400 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43214
(614) 299-2437
equitashealth.com

Faces & Voices of Recovery

This national organizations is an advocacy organization committed to representing the millions of Americans in long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. Visit their website to read personal stories written by those in recovery.
840 First Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 737-0690
facesandvoicesofrecovery.org

Food Addicts Anonymous (FAA)

Click to search for free meetings in your area.
Program: free face-to-face, online and telephone support groups
Eligibility: males and females, all ages
Cost: free
Referral: individuals may refer themselves
529 Northwest Prima Vista Boulevard, Port Saint Lucie, Florida 34983
(772) 878-9657
foodaddictsanonymous.org

Fox Run Center

Offers outpatient care, residential treatment and psychiatric services to children ages 5 to 17 from Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. They have an on-site public school with a focus on special needs as well as credit transfer. A wide range of comprehensive care is given to their patients including individual, group and family counseling.
67670 Traco Drive, Saint Clairsville, Ohio 43950
(740) 695-2131 or (800) 245-2131 Toll-free
foxruncenter.com

Franklin County LOSS

Exists to advocate, serve and support survivors of suicide loss. They provide 1st responders who attend the scene of a suicide, follow up with loved ones and send care baskets, offer 1:1 peer support, and host support groups for adults and teens. They offer QPR (Suicide Prevention Training) to organizations and groups for a minimal cost.
3040 Riverside Drive, Suite 215, Columbus, Ohio 43221
(614) 530-8064
franklincountyloss.org

Gamblers Anonymous

A group of individuals who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may help others recover from a gambling problem. There are no dues or fees for Gamblers Anonymous membership. Visit the website for locations and meeting times.
gamblersanonymous.org/ga/locations

Gracehaven

A faith-based non-profit organization that cares for sexually exploited children under age 18 by providing comprehensive services, such as long-term shelter, education and counseling.
Office: 5000 Arlington Centre, Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43220
Mailing: PO Box 82102, Columbus, Ohio 43202
(614) 302-9515
gracehaven.me

Half of Us

This website is dedicated to mental health education and helping teens find the resources they need. They explore depression, bipolar, cutting, eating disorders and more. Hear famous people share their stories.
1140 Broadway, New York, New York 10001
(800) 273-8255 Toll-free or text “START” to 741-741
halfofus.com

Haugland Therapy Services (HTS)

A multi-service, multi-specialty, outpatient clinic offering services for those with psychiatric disorders, autism and developmental delays. They offer counseling, psychological testing, behavioral consultation, speech, occupational therapy, respite programs and more. Services can be provided at home, in their clinic or at the child’s school.
2540 Billingsley Road, Columbus, Ohio 43235
(614) 470-2018
hauglandtherapyservices.com

Hazel’s House of Hope

A faith-based group of community houses serving those in the inner city of Columbus, Ohio. Their program Girls With Attitude celebrate, empower, and mentor women of all ages via community outreach, study groups, and celebrations.
228 South Burgess Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204
(614) 205-5473
hazelshouse.com

Hospice of Central Ohio

Provides comprehensive hospice services in Central Ohio including nursing care, pain management, crisis care, spiritual support, grief support, respite care and inpatient care.

  • Columbus: 805 Hillsdowne Road, Westerville, Ohio 43081
    (614) 891-6000
  • Inpatient Care Center: 1320 West Main Street, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (740) 344-0379
  • Newark: 2269 Cherry Valley Road, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (740) 788-1400
  • Lancaster: 1585 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
    (740) 681-1000

(800) 804-2505 Toll-free
hospiceofcentralohio.org

House of Hope

Program: residential programs (sober living housing), outpatient counseling for adults who are dependent or abuse alcohol and drugs, assessments, individual counseling, group counseling, awareness groups, opiate recovery program and case management
Eligibility: males and females, age 18 and older (males only for the residential program)
Cost: sliding fee scale with proof of employment (at Reeb and Harrisburg), insurance not required at Reeb, government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization

  • 825 Dennison Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
  • 280 Reeb Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43207

(614) 291-4691
houseofhope-inc.org

Huckleberry House

Works with Central Ohio’s youth ages 12 to 24 and families who are dealing with issues like abuse, violence, neglect, poverty, and homelessness. Programs include:

  • Crisis Shelter – Provides emergency shelter and crisis intervention for youth ages 12 to 17.
  • Transitional Living Program – Assists youth ages 17 to 21 with independent living skills, mental health support and securing living arrangements. Teens meet with counselors for free and confidential support.
  • Family Support Program – Counseling services are available to youth ages 12 to 22 and their families.
  • Youth Outreach Program (YOP) & YOP Shop – Meet with youth ages 12 to 24, anywhere, to help connect or make aware of support that’s available in the community to help you with housing, education, employment, and other needs. YOP Shop is the location where that assistance can occur.
  • Scholarship Program – Provide scholarship funds to young people in their programs to help pay for college tuition and expenses.

1421 Hamlet Street, Columbus, Ohio 43201
(614) 294-8097
YOP Shop: 893 East Eleventh Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43212
(614) 826-3630
24-Hour Crisis Hotline: (614) 294-5553 or text “SAFE” and your current location to 69866 to find a Safe Place Partner that can help you get to Huck House
huckhouse.org

Jewish Family Services (JFS)

Provides counseling and community support services. They also offer free employment counseling, career coaching, resume writing services and help finding a job, as well as support for those who have lost their jobs or are new to the country and need help. Services are available for all job seekers in Franklin County.
1070 College Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43209
(614) 231-1890
jfscolumbus.org

Local Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Providers

Article on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from Autism Speaks

  • Haugland Learning Center
    (614) 602-6473
  • Hopebridge
    Serves youth up to age 18. Takes Medicaid and private insurance.
    6085 Emerald, Dublin, Ohio 43016
    (614) 482-4300
    773 Brooksedge Boulevard, Westerville, Ohio 43081
    (614) 401-3366
    hopebridge.com
  • Positive Behavior Consulting
    Serves children ages 18 months through 12 years old. Takes private insurance.
    Gahanna, Ohio 43230
    (614) 704-1151
    positivebehaviorconsulting.org
  • The Learning Spectrum
    (614) 844-5433
  • Trumpet Behavioral Health
    Serves children ages 18 months through 18 years old. Takes Medicaid and private insurance.
    545 Metro Place South, Dublin, Ohio 43017
    (855) 824-5669
    tbh.com

Lower Lights Christian Health Center (LLCHC) & Jubilee Market & Cafe

Program: offers a wide range of services for the entire family including, comprehensive primary care, OB/GYN, dental, vision, behavioral health, pharmacy (prescriptions are available at reduced cost), nutrition and spiritual care
Eligibility: males and females; infants, children and adults
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Medicare), private insurance, sliding fee scale for those without insurance
Jubilee Market and Cafe is non-profit grocery store for everyone. They offer a percentage discount on fresh produce for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants.
1160 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222
(614) 274-1455
llchc.org
Jubilee Market & Cafe: llchc.org/home/jubilee-market-and-cafe

Lutheran Social Services (LSS)

Offers services to provide for the basic needs of all people, including shelter, food, health care, case management, veteran services; support for women facing domestic violence and their children, disaster response coordination and disaster preparedness training, transitional job training and more. They reach 29 counties in Ohio. Visit the website for detailed information about each program, location and contact information.
500 West Wilson Bridge Road, Worthington, Ohio 43085
(614) 228-5200
24-hour crisis line (Domestic Violence): (614) 224-4663
lssnetworkofhope.org
Pantry Locations: lssnetworkofhope.org/foodpantries/services/pantry-locations
List of LSS Locations: lssnetworkofhope.org/contact-us/locations

Marburn Academy

Provides schooling for students in grades 1-12 with learning difficulties, such as ADHD and dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia. They also offer free parent seminars, free early reading screenings, assessment, private tutoring and summer school. Financial aid and tuition loan programs are available.
9555 Johnstown Road, New Albany, Ohio 43054
(614) 433-0822
marburnacademy.org

Maryhaven

Specializes in the treatment of people who are dependent on drugs and alcohol.
Program: inpatient and outpatient detox services, family support groups, inpatient and office-based individual and group substance abuse counseling, family counseling, case management services, GED programs, psychological evaluations, psychiatry, medication management, 12-step programs, crisis intervention, anger management counseling and behavior management
Eligibility: males and females, age 12 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • 1791 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43207
    (614) 445-8131
  • 88 North Sandusky Street, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 203-3800
  • 715 South Plum Street, Marysville, Ohio 43040
    (937) 644-9192
  • 333 East Center Street, Marion, Ohio 43302
    (740) 375-5550
  • 137 Stetzer Road South, Bucyrus, Ohio 44820
    (419) 562-1740
  • 245 Neal Avenue, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338
    (419) 946-6734

maryhaven.com

Mental Health America of Franklin County (MHAFC)

Their free, confidential Ombudsman Program for residents of Franklin County offers a caring, knowledgeable mental health professional who helps individuals and their family members resolve problems related to mental health services. They listen to concerns or complaints and can help parents and families find needed community resources.

2323 West Fifth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204
Mental Health America: (614) 221-1441
Ombudsman Program: (614) 242-4357
mhafc.org

Mental Health America of Franklin County (MHAFC) Pro Bono Counseling Program

Provides free counseling for people age 18 and older residing in Franklin County.
Program: office-based counseling, no psychiatry services, no substance abuse counseling
Eligibility: males and females, age 18 and older (under 18 with parent or guardian present)
Cost: free for those who are unable to pay
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
2323 West Fifth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204
(614) 884-7227 or (614) 221-1441
mhafc.org/get-help/pro-bono-counseling

Mid-Ohio Psychological Services (MOPS)

Program: Provides a broad range of mental health services to children, adolescents and families. Their individual, group and family therapy services address adjustments disorders, grief and loss, disruptive behaviors and mood disorders, sexually aggressive youth and more.
Elibility: children, adolescents and families in Fairfield, Franklin, Licking, Delaware and Ross counties
Cost: Medicaid is accepted and other health insurances will cover. Contact directly for more specific information on services and payment options.
Referral: no referral needed

  • Franklin County: 2238 South Hamilton Road, Columbus, Ohio 43232
    (614) 751-0042
  • Fairfield County: 624 East Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
    (740) 687-0042
  • Licking County: 68 West Church Street, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (740) 281-1777
  • Delaware County: 236 West Central Avenue, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 417-9265
  • Ross County: 114 Renick Avenue, Chillicothe, Ohio 45601
    (740) 851-4461

mopsohio.com

Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs

A faith-based veteran service organization that provides intensive peer-based programs for veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress. Their program in Columbus is held at The Wilds and individuals have to apply online. They also offer events, workshops and share information on other resources for veterans. Visit the website for contact information.
27919 Jefferson Avenue, Temecula, California 92590
24/7 Veterans Crisis Line: (800) 273-8255, ext. 1 or text to 838255
mightyoaksprograms.org

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

Helps families and injured victims of drunk driving crashes. People can call the free helpline for emotional support, as well as guidance through the criminal justice system. MADD also offers free literature to victims and their families.
5900 Roche Drive, Columbus, Ohio 45229
24-Hour Victim Help Line: (800) 552-8641
madd.org/ohio

Mount Carmel Crime & Trauma Assistance Program (CTAP)

Helps children and teen victims of crime and trauma, including survivors of childhood sexual abuse and other forms of trauma (such as natural disaster, car accidents, serious medical treatment or domestic violence). The Healing Circle is a free group for female victims of sexual assault that addresses topics like emotion regulation, changing negative thoughts related to trauma, establishing boundaries and trust with others, strengthening self-concepts and regaining self-esteem.
Program: office-based individual and group counseling for children and teens who have been victims of crime or trauma, free support groups, including a free parent/kid group for children who have been victims of violence
Eligibility: males and females, ages 3 and up who have experienced a traumatic event
Cost: free
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization
777 West State Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222
(614) 234-5900
mountcarmelhealth.com/about-us/community-benefit/outreach-programs/crime-and-trauma-assistance-program-ctap
Healing Circle: mountcarmelhealth.com/classes-groups-events/the-healing-circle

Mount Carmel Hospice Evergreen Center

Offer a family-centered care and support group for children age 6 through high school and their families who are dealing with the loss of a loved one.
1144 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 234-0200
mountcarmelhealth.com/classes-groups-events/grief-process-support-groups

Nar-Anon Family Groups

Program: weekly support groups throughout central Ohio for family members and friends who know or have known a feeling of desperation due to the addiction problem of someone close to them
Eligibility: males and females, no age or education requirements
Cost: free for anyone
Referral: no referral needed
(800) 477-6291 Toll-free
nar-anon.org
Find a Meeting: nar-anon.org/find-a-meeting

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Franklin County / Ohio

Provides support, advocacy and education to improve the quality of life for people with mental illness, and offer support to their families and close friends. Support groups and educational classes are available free of charge throughout Ohio for various ages and stages of development. Franklin County residents may call 9-1-1 and request a police officer who has received specialized training in mental health and substance abuse issues (a CIT officer). NAMI Franklin County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program is a police-based pre-arrest jail diversion program.
1225 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 501-6264
Franklin County: namifranklincounty.org
Ohio: namiohio.org

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Resources for Young Adults

Offers free online discussion groups and blogs just for teens and young adults who want to feel stronger and more in control of their lives. Teens can learn about making friends, living independently, mental health conditions and more. They can find hands-on resources, youth stories and discussion boards, and they can connect with other teens for support and advice.

3803 North Fairfax Drive, Arlington, Virginia 22203
Helpline: (800) 950-6264
nami.org

National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)

They have a resource page for families, which has information on topics such as parenting, back to school, coping with stress, sleep disorders, being held back in school and more.
nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/families-and-educators

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

Children who suffer from traumatic stress are those who have been exposed to one or more traumas over the course of their lives and develop reactions that affect their daily lives after the events have ended. The NCTSN website provides information and resources about complex trauma.
nctsn.org

National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health (NFFCMH)

This national family-run organization provides advocacy at the national level for the rights of children and youth with emotional, behavioral and mental health challenges.
12320 Parklawn Drive, Rockville, Maryland 20852
(240) 403-1901
ffcmh.org

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

Provides videos and articles about mental health topics in English and Spanish, including information about medications.
6001 Executive Boulevard, Bethesda, Maryland 20892
(866) 615-6464 or (866) 415-8051 TTY
nimh.nih.gov/health

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) for Teens

This online site helps adolescents ages 11 through 15 (as well as their parents and teachers) learn about drugs and the effects of drug use.
teens.drugabuse.gov

National Youth Advocate Program (NYAP)

Program: offers an array of therapeutic and family foster care services, community-based behavioral health services and home based services, respite care, case management, adoption, emergency shelter care, substance abuse counseling, services for sexually reactive children and youth and for youth involved in the juvenile justice system, and parent services
Eligibility: males and females, ages 5 to 21
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral:individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else

  • 527 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 227-9444 or (866) 438-6508 Toll-free
  • 1303 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 252-6927 or (800) 256-5001 Toll-free
  • 15 North Third Street, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (740) 349-7511 or (800) 553-9701 Toll-free
  • 431 East Livingston Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 227-9420

(877) 692-7226 Toll-free
nyap.org

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Care Connection (School-Based Health Services)

Provide additional access to health care at your child’s school. The services provided are not meant to replace your pediatrician or family doctor. Care Connection programs include: Pediatric Services, Mental Health Counseling Services, Mobile Care Center, School-Based Asthma Therapy (SBAT) and Wheelchair Clinic.  Visit the website for the list of participating schools and additional contact information.

  • Pediatric Services: (614) 355-2590 or contact your school nurse
  • Mental Health Counseling Services: Contact Nationwide Children’s Behavioral Health Intake Department at (614) 355-8080 or contact your school counselor or school social worker to schedule an appointment
  • Mobile Care Center: (614) 203-2372
  • School-Based Asthma: (614) 355-5495 or contact your school nurse
  • Wheelchair Clinic: (614) 722-5810
  • General Questions: (614) 722-6053

nationwidechildrens.org/care-connection

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Education Classes

Offers a range of free and low cost classes for children, teens, adults and parents of infants and kids of all ages and abilities. Find courses on everything from babysitting and parenting to CPR training, autism and diabetes. Example classes include:

  • Active Parenting
  • Adoption Academy – collaboration with Family & Youth Law Center to provide in-depth classes on foreign and domestic adoptions
  • ADHD Academy – for parents or caregivers of children with ADD/ADHD
  • Autism Academy – topic specific programs for parents and educators
  • Autism Teaching Strategies – for teachers
  • Basic Babysitter Training Class
  • Community Education for Diabetes
  • Parenting Your Child With Autism – for parents
  • Sibshops – for brothers and sisters of children with autism

700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 355-0662
nationwidechildrens.org/education-classes
Family and Youth Law Center (Adoption Academy): familyyouthlaw.org/academy.php

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Health Library

Find information about the disease, condition, procedure or test you need. Also, find relevant information on various health topics for parents, kids and teens.
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 722-2000
healthlibrary.nationwidechildrens.org

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Medication Assisted Treatment for Addiction (MATA) Program

MATA is an outpatient program for young adults, 14 to 21 years of age, who are addicted to prescription opiates or heroin. Patients entering the program undergo a complete medical and addiction evaluation and are required to have a complete drug and alcohol assessment in the community and follow recommendations for treatment.
Livingston Ambulatory Center
380 Butterfly Gardens Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 355-8614
nationwidechildrens.org/mata

Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) Opioid Safety

Provides education and resources to help patients, parents, and physicians safely prescribe, use and dispose of opioids. If you have an emergency concern about your child’s prescription pain medication, please call (800) 222-1222. For more information and other questions regarding the safe use and disposal of opiates, please contact the Medication Assisted Treatment for Addiction (MATA) Program at (614) 355-8614.
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
nationwidechildrens.org/opioid-safety

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Adolescent Health Services

Provides health care for teens ages 11 to 21, including primary care and consultative services for gynecologic/reproductive health, chronic unexplained symptoms, eating disorders, drug testing, a medical opiate addiction program, STD & HIV screening, ADHD, behavior and general teen health issues at several locations throughout Columbus.

  • 495 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
  • 5665 Venture Drive, Dublin, Ohio 43017
  • 6435 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43213

(614) 722-2450
nationwidechildrens.org/adolescent-medicine

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Big Lots Behavioral Health Services

Offers many programs for children and teens, including help with substance abuse, anger issues, behavior problems, ADHD, exposure to violence, depression, anxiety and self-harm behaviors for children up to age 21, at several locations throughout Columbus.
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 355-8080
nationwidechildrens.org/behavioral-health

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Eating Disorders Program

Offers various levels of care to support children and teens diagnosed with an eating disorder or disordered eating. Patients are managed by adolescent pediatricians, psychologists, social workers, nurses and dietitians.
Program: medical management, psychopharmacology, office-based individual and parent counseling, nutritional counseling, inpatient medical stabilization
Eligibility: males and females, ages 12 to 21
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician
500 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 355-6300
nationwidechildrens.org/eating-disorders-program

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Emergency Services

If you think your child has a medical emergency or life-threatening condition, always call 911. If you think someone is poisoned, call the Central Ohio Poison Center at (800) 222-1222.
Program:
Pediatric Trauma Center, Pediatric Emergency Department, Pediatric Poison Center
Eligibility: males and females, birth to age 21
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay
Referral: open and available for walk-ins 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergencies
700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 355-0221 or (877) 355-0221 Toll-free
Locations: nationwidechildrens.org/emergency-services

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Hospice Services

Provides hospice care services that care for the child’s physical, psychosocial, emotional, developmental and spiritual health. Services such as therapy, nutrition or psychological counseling are available as needed. Pain management, nursing visits, medical supplies, volunteer support and a bereavement program for families are always available 24 hours a day.
255 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 355-1100 or (800) 466-2727
nationwidechildrens.org/hospice

Neil Kennedy Recovery Centers (NKRC)

Program: intensive and non-intensive office-based drug and alcohol counseling, family support, educational programs, assessments, counseling for youth with substance abuse issues, no psychiatry, no inpatient or detox programs
Eligibility: males and females, age 13 to 25
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), most private insurances and self-pay
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • 2151 Rush Boulevard, Youngstown, Ohio 44507
    (330) 744-1181 or (800) 228-8287
  • 160 Clifton Drive Northeast, Warren, Ohio 44484
    (330) 609-5441
  • 5211 Mahoning Avenue, Austintown, Ohio 44515
    (330) 792-4724

gatewayrehab.org/neilkennedy

New Horizons Mental Health Services

Program: office-based counseling and psychiatry (ADHD, anxiety, depression, behavior problems), psychological testing, limited substance abuse and eating disorder counseling
Eligibility: males and females, age 6 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • 437 Hill Road North, Pickerington, Ohio 43147
    (614) 834-1919
  • 1592 Granville Pike, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
    (740) 687-0835
  • 2652 Kull Road, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
    (740) 277-6733

(740) 687-8255
newhorizonsmentalhealth.org

North Central Mental Health Services

Program: Mental health and substance abuse counseling (individual and group), psychiatry, parenting classes
Eligibility: males and females, children, teens and adults
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), occasionally self-pay, no private insurance
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • Family Focus
    1301 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43201
    (614) 227-6865
  • North Central Counseling
    338 Granville Street, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
    (614) 475-7090

(614) 299-6600
ncmhs.org

North Community Counseling Centers

Program: office-based counseling and psychiatry for teens and adults on a wide range of topics (ADHD / ADD, depression, anxiety), substance abuse counseling for adults
Eligibility: males and females, age 12 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance on a case-by-case basis and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • 4897 Karl Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 846-2588
  • 5109 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 279-7690
  • 1142 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43206
    (614) 827-1307
  • 1855 East Dublin Granville Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
    (614) 267-7003

Intake: (614) 261-3196
northcommunity.com

Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services (Ohio MHAS)

Helps Ohioans have access to quality mental health services. Their website has helpful information about mental health problems, accreditation and licensure guidelines, and contact and service information for mental health providers by county.
30 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(877) 275-6364 or (888) 636-4889 TTY
mha.ohio.gov

Ohio Guidestone

Provides counseling and treatment services for children and adults, pregnancy and parenting support, respite care, domestic violence shelter, and foster care services; job training and placement, GED assistance, as well as substance abuse and addiction recovery that include peer support and housing, and more.

  • Central Ohio Office
    195 North Grant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (888) 522-9174
  • Lancaster Office
    111 South Broad Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
    (888) 522-9174
  • Central Administration
    434 Eastland Road, Berea, Ohio 44017
    General Information: (440) 234-2006
    Service Inquires: (440) 260-8300
    Client Crisis Line: (440) 260-8595

(800) 639-4974 Toll-free
ohioguidestone.org

OhioHealth Hospice Care

Choosing hospice is a difficult decision. Families can discuss the benefits of hospice care and find out if it is right for them. They can contact Ohio Health Hospice 24 hours a day, seven days a week to ask questions or to request hospice services.
800 McConnell Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43214

  • Columbus: (614) 566-5377
  • Delaware: (740) 615-0540
  • (888) 389-6231 Toll-free

ohiohealth.com/hospice

Ohio Opioid Education Alliance (Don’t Live in Denial, OH)

Provides information and resources to help prevent the individuals from abusing prescription opioids. Click the link to find a secure drop box to dispose of leftover pills. If you know about or suspect opioid abuse call:

  • OhioMHAS (The Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services): (877) 275-6364
  • Partnership for Drug-Free Kids: (855) 378-4373
  • SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration): (800) 622-4357

dontliveindenial.org

Ohio Preschool Expulsion Prevention Partnership (OPEPP)

Helps licensed preschools and child care providers in Ohio with preschool-age children whose behavior poses challenges in the preschool setting, putting them at risk for expulsion. To access on-site consultation services call the number below or complete their online request form.
(844) 678-2227
nationwidechildrens.org/preschool-expulsion-prevention

Ohio State University (OSU) Talbot Addiction Medicine

Program: office-based substance abuse counseling, crisis management, inpatient and intensive services for adults, adult detox services
Eligibility:
males and females, age 18 and older
Cost:
private insurance, no self-pay, limited acceptance of government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource)
Referral:
individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician
1441 Phale D. Hale Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 257-3760 or (800) 875-4435
wexnermedical.osu.edu/mental-behavioral/addiction-drugs

Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation (OSPF)

Provides information about suicide prevention coalitions in Ohio, prevention and provides a database of educational resources. Their mission is to provide resources, raise awareness, eliminate stigma, and increase help-seeking behavior for all Ohioans. They also have a list of county hotlines.
1225 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 429-1528
ohiospf.org

Ohio United Way 2-1-1 Map

Click the map, in the link, below to find 2-1-1 resources and help in your Ohio state county.
395 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
ouw.org/211-map

OhioHealth Grief Support Services

Offers several grief support classes, support groups and one-on-one counseling for kids and parents of all ages at several different locations in central Ohio. They have teen groups, preschool groups, infant loss groups and more.
800 McConnell Drive Columbus, Ohio 43214

  • Columbus: (614) 566-5377
  • Delaware: (740) 615-0540
  • (888) 389-6231 Toll-free

ohiohealth.com/patients-and-visitors/support/grief-support

Overeaters Anonymous (OA)

Check the website to search for free meetings in your area.
Program: free face-to-face, online and telephone support groups
Eligibility: males and females, anyone under the legal age should be accompanied by an adult
Cost: free
Referral: individuals may refer themselves
oa.org/find-a-meeting

PALS for Grieving Children

Fair Hope Hospice and Palliative Care has free grief support to individuals, families and support groups. Offers anticipatory grief and bereavement support to children, teens and their caregivers. PALS also has Creative Arts for Mourning Pals (C.A.M.P.) grief camp that is held three times a year at Fairfield Medical Center.
282 Sells Road, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
(740) 654-7077 or (800) 994-7077 Toll-free
fairhopehospice.org/grief-support/family-grief

Partnership for Drug-Free Kids

This website gives parents the tools they need to raise drug-free kids. It offers helpful advice, support from other parents and extensive information about drug and alcohol use.
352 Park Avenue South, New York, New York 10010
(855) 378-4373 Toll-free
drugfree.org

PBJ Connections

Provides mental and behavioral health therapies for youth, families and individuals. Licensed counselors use horses to assist in treatment. Treats a wide range of disorders including anxiety, depression, addiction disorders and psychotic disorders.
Program: individual and group sessions, school groups and family therapy in office and barn
Eligibility: Children ages 6 to 18, families and individuals
Cost: private insurances, employer health plans and self-pay, no government insurance, a sliding fee scale is offered for services. Contact them directly for details.
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by someone else
9734 Jug Street Road, Northwest, Pataskala, Ohio 43062
(740) 924-7543
pbjconnections.org

Pomegranate Health Systems (PHS)

Treats a wide range of disorders including anxiety, depression, addiction disorders and psychotic disorders in an acute inpatient setting. Offers individual and group therapy, art therapy and family therapy.
Program: inpatient residential psychiatry services, psychiatry assessments, crisis and emergency adolescent services, acute psychiatric hospitalization
Eligibility: males and females, ages 12 to 17
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid), private insurances, employer health plans and self-pay
Referral: individuals must be referred
765 Pierce Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43223

  • Acute Hospital: (800) 476-0868
  • Residential Treatment: (800) 476-3139
  • Shelter Care: (888) 679-9808
  • Main Office: (614) 223-1650

pomegranatehealthsystems.com

Prevention Action Alliance (PAA)

Provides leadership, advocacy and programs to promote healthy lives through prevention of drug abuse and related problems.
6171 Huntley Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229
(614) 540-9985
preventionactionalliance.org

Red Treehouse

This online resource supporting the physical, emotional, intellectual and social development of children and young adults, prenatal to age 25. The website helps families find resources, organizations and events to meet their specific needs and challenges. Users can customize profiles by location (counties within Ohio), age ranges and topics of interest.
10415 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44106
(216) 229-5757, ext. 1126
redtreehouse.org

Reeb Avenue Center

Provides a variety of programs designed to strengthen families on the south side area of Columbus. Their services include adult education and workforce development, early education child care, youth and family services, in collaboration with community partners (Boys & Girls Club, Lutheran Social Services, Eastway Behavioral Healthcare, Godman Guild, St. Stephens, Alvis, Amethyst, OSU Extension, Community Development for All People and South Side Roots Café).
280 Reeb Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43207
(614) 468-9280
reebavenuecenter.org

Refuge Ministries

Provides faith-based, free residential rehabilitation services, including addiction recovery for men and women ages 18 and older. They help men and women transition from homelessness to home-ownership.
PO Box 163173, Columbus, Ohio 43216
(614) 991-0131
therefugeohio.org

Reins of Freedom

Program: Provides trauma-informed mental health care focusing on children, adults and families who have experienced sexual abuse/trafficking, while also making services available to those with anxiety, depression, PTSD and addiction. Their scope of expertise is offering equine (horse) assisted psychotherapy, where clients can interact with horses as part of their treatment plan.
Eligibility: children and youth ages 4 and older
Cost: Contact directly for more specific information on services and payment options. Offers reduced fees to those that qualify.
3 West Main Street, Westerville, Ohio 43081
(614) 633-5946
reinsoffreedom.org

RxDrugDropBox.org (Drug Disposal)

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has created safe and secure drop box locations to appropriately dispose of any unused or expired pain reliever medications. Visit the website to find a safe disposal location.
rxdrugdropbox.org

Salvation Army

Offers various services for Central Ohio families throughout the year. Their services include: an in-residence rehabilitation program, after school learning centers for youth to get tutoring and homework help, job help, Christmas assistance; free meals and produce giveaways, furniture assistance, housing and rent assistance, utility assistance and veteran support services. Visit the website for their Family Thrift Store locations in Central Ohio and for more information on each program.

  • Administrative Office
    966 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 221-6561
  • Chapel at Worthington Woods Worship and Service Center
    760 Worthington Woods Boulevard, Worthington, Ohio 43085
    (614) 846-1884
  • Citadel Worship and Service Center
    3662 Karl Road, Columbus, Ohio 43224
    (614) 262-9611
  • Delaware Worship and Service Center
    340 Lake Street, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 369-5301
  • East Main Worship and Service Center
    966 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 253-6811
  • Hilltop Worship and Service Center
    2300 West Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43204
    (614) 274-7600

co.salvationarmy.org/CentralOhio
Link to Family Thrift Store list: co.salvationarmy.org/CentralOhio/family-stores-in-central-ohio

Sesame Street in the Communities

Offers providers and parents resources to help children thrive and deal with some common issues that affect children’s lives. Explore topics related to health and wellness, social-emotional skills, and school readiness.

sesamestreetincommunities.org
To view their additional toolkit: sesamestreet.org/toolkits

Share Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support

Helps people nationwide whose lives are touched by the tragic death of a baby through early pregnancy loss, stillbirth or in the first few months of life. Parents can go online to chat with others going through similar situations, participate in discussion groups and find local resources and information about infant loss.
402 Jackson Street, Saint Charles, Missouri 63301
(800) 821-6819
nationalshare.org

Southeast, Inc.

Program: Provides a wide-ranging provider of primary and dental care, outpatient services, school programs, office-based and individual counseling for youth with mental health and substance abuse problems, psychiatry, case management and homeless services
Eligibility: males and females, age 3 and older
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician

  • Administrative Office, Severe Mental Disorder (SMD) Programs & Apothecare Pharmacy
    16 West Long Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 225–0990 or 711 for Relay Service (TTY)
  • Adult and Family, Older Adult, and Alcohol & Drug
    1455 South Fourth Street, Columbus, Ohio 43207
    (614) 444–0800
  • Franklin County
    524 B West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
    (614) 224–4850
  • Delaware County
    824 Bowtown Road, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 695–7795
  • Morrow County
    950 Meadow Drive, Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338
    (419) 949-2000
  • Belmont, Harrison, & Monroe Counties
    68353 Bannock Road, Saint Clairsville, Ohio 43950
    (740) 695–9344 or (800) 354-4357 Toll-free
    Crisis Line: (740) 695-0032

southeastinc.com

Southeast, Inc. Friends of the Homeless Program

Provides support to homeless men and women through emergency shelter, transitional and supportive/permanent housing. These services are available to persons living with certain medical conditions and chronically homeless people. To access emergency shelter services in Franklin County please call the Coordinated Point of Access (CPOA) at (888) 474-3587.
924 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 360-0251
fohcolumbus.com

Specialized Alternatives for Families & Youth (SAFY) of Ohio

Provides therapeutic foster care, in-home and community-based behavioral health, adoption services; family preservation and reunification programs, and older youth services to preserve families and strengthen youth. Anyone can make a referral. Their services help youth from infant to age 18 and older throughout Ohio. They also offer free classes to support parents and guardians of youth participating in SAFY programs. Visit the website for other Ohio offices.
Columbus Office: 4615 Hilton Corporate Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43232
Intake: (614) 729-2024 or (888) 590-7239
safy.org/ohio

St. Vincent Family Center (SVFC)

Provides mental health intervention and treatment services to youth ages 3-18 and their families who have emotional and behavioral challenges. Their specialized behavioral health treatment services include: outpatient and inpatient services (home-based and school-based), therapeutic preschools and after school programs, support for foster families and more. They provide the same services to Hispanic / Latino children. Therapies can be billed to Medicaid and a variety of insurances.
1490 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 252-0731 or (614) 824-5437, ask for Intake
svfc.org

Start Talking Ohio

A website created by the State of Ohio to increase parents’ knowledge and improve their confidence in speaking with youth about substance use, particularly prescription drugs. It also provides action steps they can take to help children resist peer pressure to use.
starttalking.ohio.gov

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator

Works to advance the behavioral health and reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness. The service locator is a confidential and anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities for substance abuse/addiction and/or mental health problems. The website also offers free apps, and parents resources on a wide range of topics for free.
National Helpline: (800) 662-4357 or (800) 487-4889 TTY
findtreatment.samhsa.gov

Suicide.org (Survivors of Suicide Support Groups)

A non-profit organization that works to prevent suicides, support suicide survivors, and educate the public about suicide. Visit the website for more information.
Program:
free support group meets once a month
Eligibility: males and females, all ages
Cost: free
Referral: no referral necessary
192 South Princeton Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43223
(614) 279-9382
suicide.org

Syntero

Program: outpatient mental health, trauma, grief and other behavioral health counseling; case management services, school-based therapeutic intervention and prevention services; intensive outpatient program for substance use disorder. They also offer mentoring, integrated primary care, Help Me Grow and more.
Eligibility: males and females, age 4 and older, but varies depending on the program
Cost: Medicaid, private insurance, self-pay, sliding fee scale for uninsured Franklin County residents
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • 299 Cramer Creek Court, Dublin, Ohio 43017
    (614) 889-5722
  • 3645 Ridge Mill Drive, Hilliard, Ohio 43026
    (614) 457-7876
  • 3433 Agler Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219
    (614) 600-2708
  • 7100 Graphics Way, Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
    (740) 428-0428

Intake: (614) 889-5722, ext. 133
syntero.org

Teens Health

This website has a special section just for teens. They cover topics such as depression, relationships, staying safe, sexual health, studying for tests; coping with cliques, how to quit smoking, binge drinking, dealing with an alcoholic parent, marijuana use and more.
teenshealth.org/en/teens

The Bonner Academy at Cross Creek (Day Treatment Program)

A collaborative partnership between the Buckeye Ranch and the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (ESCCO). Provides flexible and tailored schooling for middle and high school aged-students who have severe emotional and behavioral difficulties. The goal is to reintegrate the majority of youth back into a traditional school setting. Families can refer themselves or receive a referral from another agency.
2865 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43204
(614) 875-2371 or for referrals (614) 384-7798
Buckeye Ranch: buckeyeranch.org/programs/educational-services/day-treatment.html
ESCCO: escco.org/programs-services/cross-creek

The Bonner Academy at Rosemont

A non-public charter school, provides mixed mental health and educational programming for elementary school students with behavioral and psychological disorders. Individual, group and family therapy are also provided throughout the school day, as well as 24-hour crisis services to support families and youth in managing mental health symptoms and behaviors. The goal is to reintegrate the majority of youth back into a traditional school setting. Families can refer themselves or receive a referral from another agency.
2440 Dawnlight Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
(614) 471-2626 or for referrals (614) 384-7798
buckeyeranch.org/programs/educational-services/day-treatment.html

The Center for Balanced Living

Program: intensive and non-intensive office-based eating disorder services for teens age 16 and older, partial hospitalization (M’s Place) for teens age 18 and older, assessments, family therapy, educational programs, free support groups for people and families affected by eating disorders (meets the first and third Tuesday evening of the month)
Eligibility: males and females, age 16 and older
Cost: private insurance, self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income), no government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician
8001 Ravines Edge Court, Columbus, Ohio 43235
(614) 896-8222
centerforbalancedliving.org

The Learning Spectrum (TLS)

Program: services for kids with autism, in and out of the school setting, including occupational therapy, speech therapy, music therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), behavioral health, support groups, summer camps, educational services and more
Eligibility: ages 2 ½ through 22
Cost: caresource and most insurances are accepted; also, Jon Peterson, Autism Scholarship and District Placements accepted
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by parents, physicians or organizations

  • Central
    125 Dillmont Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43235
  • North East
    3060 Johnstown Utica Road, Johnstown, Ohio 43031
    (740) 759-7099
  • South
    122 Washington Street, Suite 401, Canal Winchester, Ohio 43110
    (614) 834-1114
  • Behavioral Health
    1277 Worthington Woods Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43085

(614) 844-5433
thelearningspectrum.com

The Ohio State Neurological Institute Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Health

Program: inpatient emergency stabilization and hospitalization for children and teens with problems such as severe mood disorders, suicide risk, psychosis, post-traumatic stress disorders and anxiety disorders; office-based individual and group counseling, family counseling, psychological evaluations, psychiatry, no substance abuse or eating disorder counseling
Eligibility: males and females, age 3 and older
Cost: private insurance, self-pay, some government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource) depending on availability
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization
Ohio State University (OSU) Harding Hospital
1670 Upham Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43210
(614) 293-9600
wexnermedical.osu.edu/mental-behavioral

The PEER (Peers Enriching Each Others’ Recovery) Center

A drop-in wellness and recovery center that offers one-on-one and group peer support with daily recreational activities for mental health, trauma and substance abuse. No appointment needed. They also have a “Warmline” to call for non-crisis support.

  • 750 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
    (614) 453-4830
  • 860/866 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222
    (614) 453-4840

Warmline: (614) 358-8255
thepeercenter.org

The Recovery Village Columbus

Provides in-depth solutions for drug and alcohol abuse and co-occurring mental health issues (like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma, or an eating disorder).
Program: medical detox, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient program, outpatient rehab, aftercare, co-occurring disorders
Eligibility: males and females, age 18 and older
Cost: private insurance, no government insurance of sliding scale
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization
3964 Hamilton Square Boulevard, Groveport, Ohio 43125
Intake: (614) 916-6571
columbusrecoverycenter.com
Find Ohio Rehab Programs: therecoveryvillage.com/local-rehab-resources/ohio
Resource list: therecoveryvillage.com/resources

The SWITCH National Anti-Human Trafficking Network

A national network providing support, resources, housing, protection to victims of human trafficking, street prostitution, homeless and vulnerable youth. SWITCH advocates and works towards awareness, enforcement, community connections and prevention programs.
178 West Schrock Road, Westerville, Ohio 43081
(614) 285-4433
jointheswitch.org

The Woods at Parkside

Program: medical detox services, residential services, intensive office-based substance abuse counseling
Eligibility: males and females, age 18 and older
Cost: private insurance, self-pay, no government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by an organization
349 Olde Ridenour Road, Gahanna, Ohio 43230
(614) 471-2552
thewoodsatparkside.com

Tyler’s Light

Nonprofit foundation that helps youth choose a drug-free life, while also providing resources for family members and friends who are involved in the battle to defeat drug abuse. On their website there are many events, tools and contacts for anyone needing help. Educates families, students and communities about drugs.
tylerslight.com

United Methodist Children’s Home (UMCH) Family Services

Program: Provides foster care and adoption services, addresses anger management, independent living skills, and self-development. Also assists families in preparing for adoption. Post-adoption services provide clinical counseling and support for adopted children who may be struggling with day to day functioning.
Eligibility: males and females, ages 3 to 18
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance and self-pay (sliding scale fees based on income)
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • 431 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
  • 5340 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43213
  • 5975 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43231
  • 50 Old Village Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228
  • 1033 High Street, Worthington, Ohio 43085

(614) 855-5020
umchohio.org

Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program (UMADAOP) of Franklin County

Offers after-school, in-school and summer youth programs, family needs assistance, reentry programs, counseling services, drug treatment, crisis intervention and more. Visit the website for a detailed description of their services.
2720 Airport Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43219
(614) 227-9694
umadaopfc.com

Ventures Academy

An alternative education program providing a structured and safe learning environment to students in need of social, emotional and behavioral interventions. They work alongside each student’s home district and conduct routine student evaluations. Students must be referred by their local school district to be enrolled.

  • Northern Office
    4565 Columbus Pike, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 657-8866
  • Central Office
    2080 Citygate Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43219
    (614) 445-3750

escco.org/ventures-academy

Village Network

Program: juvenile sex offender program, residential treatment, crisis stabilization/intervention and assessment services, treatment foster care, respite care, outpatient behavioral health and substance abuse services, intensive home based treatment, school-based mental health and prevention services
Eligibility: males and females, ages 12 to 18
Cost: government insurance (Medicaid, Molina, Caresource), private insurance, self-pay with a sliding fee scale
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred through the court system or by an organization

  • 1751 East Long Street, Columbus, Ohio 43203
    (614) 253-8050
  • 2000 Integrity Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43209
    (614) 445-7447
  • 615 Sunbury Road, Delaware, Ohio 43015
    (740) 363-7234
  • 14 Sandalwood Drive, Newark, Ohio 43055
    (740) 788-8850
  • 2680 North Columbus Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
    (740) 788-8850
  • 107 Howard Street, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050
    (740) 392-1450
  • 17606 Coshocton Road, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050
    (740) 397-7582

(800) 638-3232
thevillagenetwork.org

Vineyard Community Center

Offers a variety of services and programs some include an early childhood center, after-school and summer programs, sports and exercise programs, a free health clinic and free legal clinic, as well as immigration counseling services. Other programs include daytime and evening GED prep classes, English as a Second Language (ESL), Ohio Benefit Bank counseling, programs for homeschoolers, men’s and women’s support and recovery groups, marriage and parenting programs, financial counseling, career development services, dance, art, and music classes, and much more.
6000 Cooper Road, Westerville, Ohio 43081
(614) 259-5500
vineyardcommunitycenter.org

Wellspring

This faith-based organization offers low-cost counseling at many locations throughout Columbus. They also have licensed counselors who see kids with anxiety issues, behavior problems, depression, ADHD, stress, anger issues and more. Their student interns see clients at very reduced rates as part of their training in their masters program, under the supervision of licensed counselors.
Program: clinical individual and family counseling and coaching, psychological assessments, help with referrals to community services, no pyschiatry services or medication management
Eligibility: males and females, age 5 and older
Cost: many private insurances, self-pay at very reduced rates (sliding scale fees based on income), no government insurance
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization

  • 1335 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43215
  • 5000 Arlington Centre Boulevard, Columbus, Ohio 43220
  • 3220 Lowell Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43204
  • 292 South Main Street, Johnstown, Ohio 43031
  • 40 Chicago Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43222
  • 431 Whiley Road, Lancaster, Ohio 43130

Intake: (614) 538-0353
wellspringcolumbus.org

Youth Advocate Services (YAS)

Provides behavioral health, early childhood, traditional and therapeutic foster care, pre- and post-adoption support and community respite services for youth and families around the central Ohio region.
825 Grandview Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215

  • Foster Care Placement: (614) 313-2497
  • Behavioral Health Referral: (614) 610-4191
  • Client Satisfaction or Grievances: (614) 285-3761
  • Billing or Payment: (614) 285-3752
  • General Questions or Concerns: (614) 258-9927

yasohio.org

Youth to Youth International

A community-based drug prevention and youth leadership program for middle school and high school students. The goal of its many projects is harnessing the powerful influence of peer pressure, making it a positive force that encourages youth to live free of tobacco, alcohol and drugs. Call for meeting schedules and more information.
Office: 1420 Fields Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
Mailing: 547 East Eleventh Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211
(614) 224-4506
youthtoyouth.net