The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC). We work at the intersection of movements for social justice and the field of mental health to integrate healing justice into both of these spaces. Our overall goal is to increase access to healing justice resources for QTPoC.
Phone: (937) 912-3306 | Finding a mental health provider that is right for you and making your first appointment can be the most difficult steps in your mental health journey. At LifeStance, we make it simple. We have board certified psychiatrists and licensed therapists offering online and in-person appointments. Our mission is to provide high quality mental health services that enhance the well-being of individuals, families, and the community.
Phone: (513) 791-4060 | Email: email@example.com | CSC uplifts and strengthens people impacted by cancer by providing support, fostering compassionate communities, and breaking down barriers to care.
Phone: (513) 916-3552 | New Horizons Recovery Centers can help you achieve your goals, through our compassionate and comprehensive approach to mental health and addiction treatment. Our addiction treatment & mental health treatment in Cincinnati OH offers individual, group, and family therapy, medication management, and cutting-edge technologies to address treatment-resistant depression.
Phone: (513) 585-6663 | Mental healthcare center specializing in complicated mood disorders that occur with other medical and mental illnesses, including substance use disorders.
Phone: (513) 241-1411 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Recovery Center of Hamilton County (RCHC) is a non-profit program that helps empower individuals with mental illness to live more meaningful lives in the community. Our center is a peer-run organization (PRO) directed by individuals who have overcome the obstacles of their own mental illness. We have been serving individuals proudly since May 2006.
Phone: (513) 272-2800 | Best Point Education & Behavioral Health is Greater Cincinnati’s most prolific non-profit specializing in education, behavioral and therapeutic health services and autism services for vulnerable, at-risk youth, their families, and caregivers.
Phone: (513) 351-3500 | Southwest Ohio serves residents across our counties with free mental health support, online groups, resources and education.
Phone: (513) 562-2583 | email@example.com | The PBCP is a free service available to adults who are unemployed, uninsured, underinsured, or unable to afford traditional counseling services. These include individuals and families that are struggling with situations such as unemployment, life changes, depression, anxiety, grief, and marital or family issues.
Phone: (513) 815-4475 | Mental health counseling center in Cincinnati, OH
Phone: (513) 360-8205 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org |Catalyst is a holistic and strength based mental health counseling service that provides quality care that is easily affordable and accessible.
Open Path Psychotherapy Collective is a nonprofit nationwide network of mental health professionals dedicated to providing in-office and online mental health care—at a steeply reduced rate—to clients in need.
Phone: (513) 318-3634 | Email: email@example.com | Our practice provides affordable mental health care aimed to help you live a happy and healthy life. We are down-to-earth, nonjudgmental professionals who specialize helping clients who are recovering. Our slogan is "Survivors Thrive Here" because our clients have endured and survived life's most difficult circumstances. We address childhood abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, spiritual abuse, chemical dependency, narcissistic abuse, medical trauma, intimate partner abuse, racial trauma and cult recovery. We offer recovery coaching, and the SNAP Educational Recovery program (Survivors of Narcissistic & Abusive Personalities).
Phone: (800) 720-9616 | The Ohio CareLine is a toll-free emotional support call service created by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and administered in community settings. Behavioral health professionals staff the CareLine 24 hours a day, 7 days/week. They offer confidential support in times of personal or family crisis when individuals may be struggling to cope with challenges in their lives. When callers need additional services, they will receive assistance and connection to local providers.
Phone: (513) 338-8596 | Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit network of services focusing on prevention, assessment, treatment, and reintegration. Services are provided at multiple sites throughout Southwest Ohio for children, adults, and families. The Housing service programs assist adults, veterans and families who need housing and other supportive services to maintain their independence. Talbert House offers sober independent living, shelter housing, transitional housing, supportive housing services and permanent supportive housing.
Phone: (513) 558-8888 | Central Clinic Behavioral Health provides training opportunities for psychiatric residents from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati's College of Medicine. Clinical counseling and assessment are provided to assist individuals experiencing life crisis and/or serious mental illness. Individual, couples, family, group therapy are provided, as well as psychological testing, case management, and psychiatric medication services. Counseling is also provided for children. In addition, services are provided to Spanish speaking children and families.
Phone: (513) 648-9596 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Embrace Recovery and Wellness Center (ERWC) offers counseling and wellness services to adolescents (12+) and adults that are designed to treat the whole person - not just the symptoms. Individual, couples, family and group therapy are provided. Embrace Recovery and Wellness Center honors and celebrates all individuals and families within the LGBTQIA community, and create a safe and non-judgmental space for anyone within this community. LGBTQIA Affirmative Therapists do not attempt to eliminate or change any gender or sexual related activity. Conversely, LGBTQIA Affirmative Therapists (Gender & Sexual Identity Affirming) work collaboratively to meet individual goals while embracing and celebrating unique identities. Therapists working with gender and sexual minorities have specialized trainings, certifications, and experience working with LGBTQ+ clients.