- Addiction Services Council
2828 Vernon Pl.
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Phone Number: (513) 313-7616
- Catholic Charities
7162 Reading Road, Suite 600
Cincinnati, Ohio 45237
Phone Number: (513) 489-8898
- CDC Behavioral Health Services
2250 Pleasant Ave.
Hamilton, OH, 45015
Phone Number: (513) 868-1562 diga: “español”
Dr. Angela Ledgerwood (513) 868-4870 Medicaid only. Ages 12+ for therapy & ages 10+ for psychological evaluations (testing).
1239 Central Ave.
Middletown, OH 45044
Phone Number: (513) 737-1247 diga: “español”
Jannett Hernandez, LSW (513) 868-4870 Medicaid only. Ages 3 through adults.
- Children’s Hospital
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45229
Phone Number: (513) 636-4124 – para Español oprima #6
Dr. Sergio Delgado
Child and Adolescent psychiatrist. Accepts Medicaid
- Central Clinic Behavioral Health – Child and Family
2825 Burnet Avenue- 4th floor
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Phone Number: (513) 558-5890
Ages 0-18, including undocumented children
- Embrace Recovery and Wellness Center
11440 Hamilton Ave. Suite 206
Cincinnati, OH 45231
Alonna Donovan Makinson
Phone Number: (513) 648-9596
Individuals and couples, Ages 11+
- Mobile Crisis Team- Butler County:
1490 University Blvd, Hamilton, OH 45011
Phone Number: (513) 881-7180 (Spanish M-F 8am -4:30 pm) Other services 24/7: 1-844-4CRISIS (1-844-427-4747)
Responds to mental health crisis (community and office walk-ins) to all Butler County residents. We respond, engage, and link individuals and families to ongoing care (Therapy, Case Management, and Psychiatry)
- Vivify Counseling and Wellness
214 Covington Ave. Unit 1. Covington, KY 41011
Bilingual counseling for 18+ individuals only. Specializes in anxiety treatment. No minors or marriage therapy. Accepts HSA cards, cash, credit card. Is considered “Out of network” for insurance.
Phone Number: (859) 363-6131 Rachel Hiraldo, LPCC
- Professional Pastoral Counseling Institute, Inc.
35 Hosbrook Road. Suite 300, Cincinnati, OH 45236
Phone Number: (513) 791-5990 x 126 (office)
Phone Number: (510) 417-8769 (cell) Rosa Reyes Santana
Bilingual counseling (Spanish and English) for families, couples, and youth. Mental Health Evaluations for immigration. Focus on trauma, with a spiritual focus if desired by the client. Accept a variety of insurance, including Medicaid, and self pay.
- Carson Wasserman
2200 Victory Parkway 602, Cincinnati, OH 45206
Phone Number: (513) 666-1018
- Grupo Amor y Servicio
6463 Kennedy Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45213
Phone Number: (513) 551-3103 (708) 254-2971
Meetings are Monday to Saturday at 8 p.m. and meetings specifically for women and children meet Tuesdays at 6 p.m. The focus of the meetings is on addiction – for people who are addicted or have a family member that is addicted.
- Grupo Oxford 45
Self help group with a focus on depression, alcoholism, and drug addiction.
2517 Grand Blvd Hamilton, OH 45211
Phone Number: (513) 614-8784 Carlos
Meetings: Monday-Saturday 8pm-10pm
- Holy Family 12 Step
Alcoholics Anonymous. Support Group for Alcohol Abuse.
At the Price Hill Recreation Center: 959 Hawthorne Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45205
Meetings Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
- Crossroad Health Center
5 E. Liberty St., # 4
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone Number: (513) 381-2247 – para Español oprima #2
Mental Health Counseling. Sliding fee scale payment with a minimum co-pay of only $15. Medicaid, Medicare, most commercial insurances and self-pay are accepted.
- Mental Health Access Point/Central Clinic Behavioral Health
311 Albert Sabin Way.
Cincinnati OH 45229
Phone Number: (513) 558-8888 – diga “Español”
Mental health services. Hamilton County Residents. Accept uninsured but must have a Social Security card, all ages 5+. Clients start with an appt. at MHAP, and will be referred to outside agencies.
- Miriam Cardona Counseling
8080 Beckett Center Dr. Suite 301
West Chester, OH 45069
Phone Number: (513) 500-7510
- Mobile Crisis Mental Health Response Team: Hamilton County
Phone Number: (513) 584-8577
Provides a psychiatric emergency room and mobile crisis unit trained to respond to mental health emergencies. An option for crisis intervention without having to call the police.