Ohio Medicaid, Self-Pay,
Subsidy/Sliding fee scale based on income
available for the uninsured
(Please call if you have other insurances or questions)
Adults 18+ with Severe Mental Illness
(Some Transitional Youth, Adults & Seniors)
2052 Princeton RD
Hamilton, OH 45011
1131 Manchester AVE
Middletown OH 45042
M-F: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Case Management services are on call &
Homeless Outreach services are 24hours/7 days a week
Mental Health Services Offered:
Counseling (Individual & Group): Service includes the interaction with a client in which the focus is on treatment of the person's mental illness or emotional disturbance. This is typically done through a counselor-client therapeutic relationship which is developed and continues over a fixed number of sessions (usually weekly) over time. When the person served is a child or adolescent, the interaction may also be with the family members and/or parent, guardian and significant others when the intended outcome is improved functioning of the child or adolescent. Group counseling occurs in a group setting with two or more clients facilitated by one or more counselors.
Diagnostic Assessment: Clinical mental health evaluation provided by an eligible individual either at specified times or in response to treatment, or when significant changes occur. It is the process of gathering information to assess client needs and functioning in order to determine appropriate service/treatment based on identification of the presenting problem, evaluation of mental status, and formulation of a diagnostic impression.
Pharmacological Management (Medication): Psychiatric/mental health/medical intervention used to reduce/stabilize and/or eliminate psychiatric symptoms with the goal of improving functioning, including management and reduction of symptoms. Pharmacological management services should result in well-informed/educated individuals and family members and in decreased/minimized symptoms and improved/maintained functioning for individuals receiving the service. Medication management is commonly utilized in this service.
Housing/Residential: These are considered other mental health services which support clients with mental illness to find affordable residential living placements to assist in meeting physical needs for shelter.
Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (Case Management): Service provides a number of services delivered by community based, mobile individuals or multidisciplinary teams of mental health care professionals and trained others. Services address the individual needs of clients and focus on an individual's ability to succeed in the community; to identify and access needed services, and to show improvement in school, work and family and contributions with the community.
- Treatment and Assessment Program (TAP): Program provides 24-hour intensive supervision and skill building for Butler County residents ages 18 and older who have been diagnosed with severe and persistent mental health disorders and generally referred from Summit Behavioral Healthcare, local community hospital psychiatric units, family, friend, or clients may refer themselves. Capacity is 26 residents. This includes 23 beds for regular referrals plus three beds used for short-term stabilization stays. The TAP program provides an interim treatment location for persons with the goal of discharge to community housing at the highest level of functioning. Residential staff work hands-on with clients to teach needed skills, such as daily living skills and medication management. The program is designed to improve and/or maintain psychiatric stability, train in areas of hygiene, meal planning, cooking, grocery shopping, laundry, cleaning, and leisure/social skills. Staff monitors each dose of medication and assists residents in learning names and purposes of their medications. Mornings and afternoons are devoted to teaching and assessing daily living skills and hygiene. Time in the evenings is set aside for recreation activities such as would be found in any home. Outings are scheduled during the week.
- PATH Program: Services provided to consumers from the PATH Team staff are outreach and engagement. The targeted population is those individuals who are homeless or high risk homeless in the community with severe and persistent mental health needs. PATH staff outreach into the community to locations and areas that these individuals may be living or frequenting. Many of the referrals into this program are initiated by PATH staff however many referrals also come from community individuals, police & fire departments, churches, and other agencies that provide basic needs services to these individuals. The goal of the program is to engage these individuals into mainstream services such as housing, medications, psychiatry, counseling, and other mental health services including medical treatment.
- Treatment Alternative Court (TAC): Program involved in the Mental Health Court in the City of Fairfield. The program works with individuals who are charged with misdemeanor crimes and also have a diagnosis of severe and persistent mental health needs. Individuals are referred to the program through the Judge, family members, attorneys, and often through the police department. Individuals who qualify for this program would be eligible for pre-conviction status at the Court.
- Outreach Program: Aggressive outreach into the community through follow-up with Area Courts, Common Pleas Courts, Middletown Municipal Court, Jail, Police Departments to improve referral accessibility for mental health services and other appropriate social service resources. Yearly, this team has contact with over 600 individuals in the community.
Specialized Mental Health and Support Programs: