Catholic Charities mental health professionals provide adult, teen, parent-child, marriage and substance abuse counseling.
ProBono (free) counseling services, and other mental health resources, in Northern Kentucky
NorthKey Community Care provides counseling services in Northern Kentucky
Northern KY Office: 434 Scott Boulevard Covington KY 41011
(859) 291-1121 for general information
(859) 547-5776 for new intake appointments
GCB: seeks to make life better and brighter for anyone dealing with mental health or addiction issues.
The mission of SUN Behavioral Health is to partner with communities to solve the unmet needs of those who suffer from mental illness and addiction.
MHAP operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week to answer calls and connect consumers to appropriate services. As the front door to the Hamilton County Ohio's public mental health system, Mental Health Access Point (MHAP), a division of Central Clinic, provides assessment, support, and connections for individuals and families who are in need of mental health services. MHAP’s primary mission is to provide a standardized entry to a managed system of care that ensures services are available, accessible, and of high quality.
Talbert House helps children, adults, and families in Greater Cincinnati in the areas of community corrections, mental health, substance use, and welfare to work.
(513) 354-5200 for general information
(513) 354-7555 for new intake questions (no appointment necessary, Mon–Fri, 8 am–12 pm)
GCB is a comprehensive behavioral health care organization serving adults and children throughout Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. GCB is on the cutting edge of advances in treatment of mental illness and has won national recognition for the implementation of evidence-based services. Our services include Care Management, Psychiatry, Primary Care, Substance Abuse Treatment, Counseling, Vocational Training, and Housing.
Community Mental Health Center is a provider of comprehensive mental health services, CMHC provides the community 24-hour access to an on-call therapist. Offering inpatient, outpatient, home-based, school, and community-based programs to individuals and families in Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland counties in Southeastern Indiana. CMHC offers services at 22 facilities located in Lawrenceburg, Batesville, Brookville, St. Leon and Vevay.
Provides immediate access to effective crisis intervention, support and personal attention to victims and survivors
Women Helping Women empowers survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking by providing advocacy, support and options for safety and educates the community to create social change.
Trained volunteers and staff provide free and confidential services to survivors of rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment and to their family and friends. Services include 24 hour crisis line, hospital accompaniment, emotional support, emergency referrals, peer counseling, and accompaniment to police interviews, prosecutor meetings and court proceedings.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare's program that can help stop the cycle of abuse.
S.O.A.R. is a 12 week program serving adults who have experienced childhood sexual abuse victimization. Weekly groups will focus on helping participants recognize feelings, identify the impact of their sexual victimization on their current functioning, create new and healthy coping strategies to lessen the impact of the victimization on their day to day functioning, develop effective communication skills for healthy relationships, and create strategies to avoid re-victimization.
Vine Link: (800) 511-1670 TTY: (866) 847-1298
The VINELink system is an information and notification resource that provides crime victims and other concerned citizens free, prompt and confidential notification and status information for: Offender Status, Offenders with Court Cases, and Protective Orders. This resource works in conjunction with the automated VINE services provided by the Kentucky Department of Corrections, Victim Services Branch.
Provides information on child and adult services available to Northern Kentucky residents.
Several Community Health Clinics provide health services to citizens of Cincinnati.
Provides transgender health care to patients up to 24 years old.
Offers education for pregnancy and parenting, information about the medical and psychological risks of abortion.
Through collaboration, public education, and advocacy, NAMI NKY reduces stigma by facilitating understanding, acceptance, and societal integration of those affected by mental illness. NAMI NKY, through its trained volunteers, empowers those affected by mental illness and their families to improve the quality of their lives by providing classes, peer-led support groups, and social interaction.