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Talbert House helps children, adults and families coping with addiction, mental health and/or involvement in the legal system to support positive growth and change.

Mental Health

Integrated mental health, substance use, and primary care services include; prevention, case management, and outpatient treatment delivered in the community, schools, residential facilities, and health centers.

Services provided in Brown, Butler, Clinton, Hamilton, and Warren counties.

 

Adult Case Management

Case management services are provided to adults with behavioral health issues including mental health and addiction. Services include symptom monitoring and assistance with benefit applications, housing, medication, budgeting, vocational, and other specialty services.

Adult and Youth Outpatient

Outpatient services are provided to adults with behavioral health issues including mental health and addiction. These mental health and substance use counseling sessions are held in office settings throughout Hamilton, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, and Warren counties. 

View our Open Access locations and information

 

Community outpatient services are provided to adolescents with behavioral health issues including mental health and substance use.  Specialty services are offered to youth impacted by sexual/physical abuse and other types of trauma and also for youth with fire setting behaviors.  Summer day camp allows staff to engage youth outside of the school session and includes treatment groups, social recreation, and positive peer support.

These mental health and substance use counseling and case management sessions are held in home, office, school, community, and residential settings throughout Hamilton, Brown, Butler, Clinton, and Warren counties. 

Learn more about these services:
Safeguards, Parents and Children Together (PACT)
Juvenile Fire Setters Program

 

Camp Possible

Camp Possible is a therapeutic camp for children ages 6-12 who struggle with behavioral/mental health issues. Campers attend for 8 weeks during their summer break. They participate in traditional and non-traditional group therapy sessions which provide opportunities to practice new skills in pro-social camp activities. Each week a new character trait will be presented with opportunities to build skills around the trait. At Camp Possible children practice skills such as anger management, self-esteem, peer relations, taking direction, interacting with adults, and more. Trained clinical staff take children into the community to practice in real-life settings that are safe and kid-friendly.

View the Summer 2018 flyer

Learn More about Camp Possible and how you can help.

 

Deaconess Health Check

Deaconess Health Check offer primary care to adults and youth, ages 12 and older. Deaconess Health Check also provides mental health and addiction services to meet the needs of patients. Deaconess Health Check accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and several major insurance providers. Call today to schedule an appointment.

Walnut Hills: 2621 Victory Parkway • Cincinnati, OH 45206 • (513) 242-7164

Western Hills: 4966 Glenway Ave. • Suite 112 • Cincinnati, OH 45238 • (513) 684-7955  

Driver Intervention Program (DIP)

Certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS), DIP provides prevention and assessment within a hotel setting for first-time DUI offenders in the state of Ohio. The program is designed to reduce the likelihood of repeat DUI behavior. The weekend program is offered Thursday evening through Sunday afternoon. Services include alcohol and drug education, traffic safety, and referral. Bilingual counselors and materials are also available for Spanish and Russian-speaking clients.

Contact us at (513) 861-0035 for questions or help with registration.

Click Here for the list of program dates for 2018.

Girls Residential Treatment

Residential care for female youth ages 12-17 who have emotional or behavioral difficulties. Services include assessment, individual, group and family counseling, case management, medication management, primary care, life skills development, self-help recovery groups, parenting education and relapse prevention to address mental/behavioral health, substance use, criminality, family functioning, victimization, grief, and abuse. Treatment is provided in a trauma-informed environment with a graduated step down from residential into an outpatient level of care including home based services to keep youth engaged in their treatment and successful in the community. Psychiatrists and Nurse Practitioners are on staff to reduce and manage symptoms and treat physical health needs.

Mental Health and Substance Use Prevention

These services target the prevention of mental health and substance use and abuse among youth. The goals are to increase effective coping skills and to identify at-risk youth and link them to the appropriate treatment resources.

 

Resources

Start Talking!
Research shows children are 50% less likely to use drugs when their parents or other trusted adults talk with them about drug use.

Psychological Assessment Center

The agency offers psychological testing of children and youth ages 5-18 to individually tailor treatment recommendations and answer specific diagnostic questions about the child's emotional, educational, and behavioral development. Tests address intelligence, achievement, personality, learning style, hyperactivity, attention, emotions, moods, and peer relational style.

School Based Services

Family Peer Support

Support for families with children and youth experiencing behavioral difficulties or who can benefit from support in accessing/managing services and resources. This service is provided in Hamilton County.

 

School Based Behavioral Health Services

Prevention, consultation, education, social recreation, assessment, case management, treatment and pharmacological management services related to a student's behavioral issues are provided in the school, community and home. This service is provided in Hamilton County.

 

Crisis Team

Response to crisis situation to help children, youth, schools, and communities recover from traumatic events. This service is provided through a collaboration between Talbert House, Central Clinic, Red Cross, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. For immediate assistance, call (513) 281-2273. This service is provided in Hamilton County.

 

TIP Program

The Therapeutic Interagency Preschool Program (TIP) in collaboration with Head Start at Grant Early Learning Center, serves low income children and their families to facilitate school readiness. This service is provided in Butler County.

 

Union Day Therapeutic Day School

A program for students kindergarten to 12th grade experiencing serious emotional and/or behavioral challenges that impact learning. Therapeutic interventions are integrated into educational programming to assist academic achievement. This service is provided in Butler County.

 

Wraparound

Coordination, resource development, and management for children, youth, and their families who have complex needs in the least restrictive environment. This service is provided in Hamilton County.

 

Access to services
To find services near you, call 513-221-HELP(4357).  
In crisis or need immediate assistance 24/7 call 513-281-CARE(2273) or Text Talbert to 839863. 
If you are a veteran in need of resources, call 513-281-VETS (8387)
In an emergency call 911.