Clinic provided daily for children ages 2-5 years who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Program for those who may need more support and see work as an important part of recovery.
Program for individuals 18 and older who are unemployed or underemployed and are seeking job opportunities. Must meet eligibility criteria.
Employment program for those who are in recovery or dealing with an opiate addiction.
Case Management, or Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST), services at home and in the community help individuals develop skills needed to stay healthy and effectively cope with emotional or behavioral problems. CPST providers can assist individuals in learning more about their behaviors and how to manage them.
24-hour, short term residential program that offers patient and family a "cooling off" period from a particular crisis. This short term intervention is designed to enable crisis stabilization staff an opportunity to make good, appropriate assessments and interventions that may prevent a longer out of home disruption.
Comprehensive approach to the diagnosis of children with a variety of developmental and behavioral concerns such as ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, intellectual disability, chromosomal abnormalities, language disorders, fetal alcohol concerns, and developmental delays. Our team works with the individual and family to identify, develop and implement the best treatment options considering individual concerns and goals for treatment.
The social, emotional, and behavioral well-being of children under five years and their families.
Short term, confidential solution-focused counseling and crisis services provided via contract with employers to help their employees achieve optimum levels of emotional, social and overall well-being.
Identification of residents in the community who have experienced Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) to provide positive social experiences that counteract the negative impact of ACEs and decrease the likelihood of poor adult health.
In-house pharmacy services for consumers. Pharmacy locations at Woodley Road, Commerce Drive, North Prospect Street and Maxwell Avenue.
Counseling in group settings with focus on multiple mental health issues.
Addresses the heroin and opiate public health crisis in Lucas County. Presentations are available for agencies, churches and other community groups to raise awareness, provide resources and encourage all members of our community to do their part in helping to prevent prescription drug abuse, addiction and fatal overdose.
The HIV Early Prevention and Intervention Project (EPIP) trains and educates identified patient and chemical dependency treatment groups.
Medically managed inpatient detoxification unit for women dealing with mild to moderate withdrawal symptoms.
Behavior-based treatment for individuals from infancy through late adolescence (adulthood with prior authorization from clinicians) devoted to the understanding and improvement of human behavior.
Structured individual and group treatment, 3-4 days per week focused on improving coping skills, peer support and recovery.
Lighthouse Telehealth, LLC is a subsidiary of Harbor. Lighthouse Telehealth offers an integrated continuum of care to help other healthcare providers navigate the rapid changes within the behavioral health system.
It is important to monitor any medication you may be prescribed. Harbor staff will help you manage your medications.
Overall addiction treatment program that includes counseling, sober support meetings, and medication management appointments.
A mental health assessment determines whether you have symptoms associated with mental or emotional disorders. Once diagnosed, Harbor provides counseling services and a treatment plan for recovery.
Intensive, goal-oriented group treatment services for adults and youth that offers structure and support to individuals at risk for hospitalization, recently discharged from the hospital or who have significant impairments with the functions of daily living.
Service for pregnant women with opioid dependency.
Free app, available 24/7, is private and confidential, and provides quality information and inspiration on a variety of different conditions/topic areas.
Education and diversion programs for adolescents and adults to assist with substance related offenses.
Walk-in outpatient medical detoxification program providing withdrawal management, comfort, support and education for drug and alcohol recovery.
Need a prescription refill? Call your pharmacy first. If no refills are available at your pharmacy, call 419.475.4449. We require 5 days notice for all medication refills.
Prevention programs on alcohol, tobacco, drugs and violence to schools and community groups throughout Lucas County. Programs run 10-12 weeks and are taught to whole classrooms or other groups weekly for forty-five minutes to an hour.
Mental health and physical health are connected. Make sure your body is cared for too. Currently accepting new patients!
The diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders, medication management and psychiatric evaluations by Psychiatrists and Certified Nurse Practitioners.
Psychological services address what is affecting your behaviors and emotions. Testing and assessments by licensed Psychologists.
A community of people with shared mental and physical health and/or substance use disorder struggles working together to achieve their full potential.
These after school day treatment programs are for youth ages 7-17 and will focus on: Self-esteem, Teamwork, Expression, Problem-solving and Socialization.
Services to help individuals with substance use and emotional health needs at the same time.
Five-week summer youth services for eligible youth, ages 16-24 who are referred by Opportunity for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD).
Harbor will provide you with a tablet to help you stay connected to your provider
Most services are available via HIPAA secure video. Confidential telehealth services may be delivered while a patient is at home, one of our agency sites, or at another healthcare facility.
The Central Community Health Board of Hamilton County, Inc. (CCHB) is a private, comprehensive community-based, non-profit behavioral health organization that provides mental health and chemical dependency treatment and HIV prevention services to the citizens of the Greater Cincinnati/Hamilton County, Ohio.
Residential treatment program offering services to pregnant/post-partum women with addiction.
Assists transitional aged individuals (age 14-29) who have emotional/behavioral difficulties making a successful transition into adulthood. TIP offers support groups, residential program and intensive, case management services.
Trauma and toxic stress involve feeling overwhelmed by difficult life experiences that can lead to physical, emotional, and substance use problems.
Career Connections is a unique program designed to assist individuals with career assessment, job seeking and interview skills training and job coaching for successful employment placement based on individual strengths and interests.
Program designed to help older adults (55+) celebrate healthy aging, make healthy lifestyle choices and avoid substance use.
Program for individuals over the age of 18 who have a mental health diagnosis and need assistance coordinating mental and physical health care.
24/7 residential treatment program designed to meet the challenges that women face in accessing services for alcohol and drug addictions.
Ensures that participants become familiar with workplace expectations and exhibit work behavior and attitudes necessary to compete successfully in the labor market.