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PATH Behavioral Healthcare

Phone: (216) 354-0031 | In our Cleveland, Ohio, Ohio location, PATH offers a wide variety of services to the community. We are located on Main Street. As with all of our locations, Path IHC - Cleveland, Ohio, Ohio, believes in a zero barrier care. Zero barrier care is our commitment to you that we will do all that we can to make sure that you can get the help that you are seeking. While some agencies only serve a narrow age range, PATH is willing to treat anyone regardless of age.

Highland Springs

Phone: (216) 302-3070 | Email: | We specialize in treating individuals who suffer from mental, behavioral and substance use issues.

FrontLine Service

Phone: (216) 623-6555 | FrontLine Service is a private, non-profit organization that reaches out to adults and children in Northeast Ohio to end homelessness, prevent suicide, resolve behavioral health crises and overcome trauma.

Ebb & Flow Counseling and Wellness

We offer counseling and wellness services to the Greater Cleveland area. This space was created by Rachel Waggoner, LPCC-S to be a welcoming, creative, progressive space to help treat you and your symptoms on a holistic level. The goal of these counseling and wellness services is to progress with therapy by using new and relevant interventions/techniques to help you navigate through your life. Ebb & Flow is a studio meant to open up space and to promote exploration while helping to navigate the ebbs and flows of life. Through this website you will find several different tools to begin or continue your exploration. The ideal way to use these services is first the desire for exploration into your life or the present problem. From there, all you need is open, honest, vulnerability. As a space, Ebb & Flow will help to provide you with holistic healing from a variety of therapy services provided by our talented clinicians to integrative wellness courses such as wellness groups. Ebb & Flow is a progressive and welcoming space that welcomes all. All races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender identities, and religions. Black Lives Matter. LGBTQ+ safe space.

Cleveland Therapy Group

Phone: (440) 455-9125 | Email: | Cleveland Therapy Group offers a variety of services including individual therapy, couples therapy, and family therapy.

Karly Hoffman King

I currently practice as a licensed professional clinical counselor in Cleveland Heights, OH. I primarily work with young adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma related concerns and other stage of life struggles.

Magnolia Clubhouse

Magnolia Clubhouse is a valuable resource for men and women with mental illness who want to build a better life, find employment, or continue their education.

NAMI Greater Cleveland

Helpline: (216) 875-7776 | Office Phone: (216) 875-0266 | NAMI GC is a local affiliate of NAMI with approximately 800 peer, family, professional and organizational members. We provide support to those with serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, clinical depression and anxiety disorders and their family members. We offer a variety of free support groups, education programs, information and referral, and advocacy. Volunteer peers and family members provide almost all of the services at NAMI GC.

Life Exchange Center

Phone: (216) 752-1269 | Life Exchange Center (LEC) is an ODMHAS certified consumer-operated peer support drop-in center. It is a beacon of hope and recovery from individuals with mental health/substance use issues. The Center is designed to assist with the recovery process by providing social support, educational programs, and life skills training for individuals in recovery. It is the center of its kind on the east side of Cuyahoga County. In 2011 the LEC became incorporated as a not-for-profit business. LEC is governed by a Board of Directors of whom more than one-half have a personal relationship with mental health/substance use issues either as a consumer of services or as a family member of someone who is a consumer. The day-to-day operations are managed and carried out by certified peer support staff all of whom are in recovery from mental health/substance use issues. Consumers are called members by this agency to signify that they have a formal role in developing and managing the agency’s programs.

The Black Mental Health Corporation

Phone: (216) 512-0321 Email: | The Black Mental Health Corporation strives to provide excellent, quality mental health care to underserved communities. It is the goal of The Black Mental Health Corporation to rebuild these communities, one family, at a time through excellent mental health and social assistance services.

Renaissance Behavioral Health

Phone: (440) 606-2003 | Email: | At a Renaissance Behavioral Health facility, individuals can embark on their journey to recovery with personalized care options tailored specifically for them. From round-the-clock care in an intensive residential setting to outpatient treatment and community services afterwards, clients have access to various levels of support designed for their individual needs following assessment. Whether it’s medication management or therapy sessions, people at the center receive compassionate assistance throughout every step of healing towards freedom from mental illness.