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Mental Health | Substance Use | Homelessness | Intimate Partner Violence  | Seniors | Developmental Disabilities | Officer Wellness & Peer Support

Mental Health


Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: 988

Mobile Crisis Team: (513) 584-5098

3200 Burnett Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45229

Open 24 hours

The Mobile Crisis Team offers response into the field for mental health crises. Additionally, referrals may be made for those who are not in crisis, but would benefit from mental health services. This service is available to officers and the community.

Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES):

(513) 584-8577 main/public line, (513) 584-8349 direct/officer line

University of Cincinnati Medical Center                                               

3200 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45229

Open 24 hours

University Medical Center psychiatric emergency room. PES provides 24/7 services to patients in crisis with psychiatric emergencies.

Central Connection (formerly MHAP): (513) 558-8888

Open 24 hours

Central Connection (formerly MHAP) is available 24/7/365 to provide resources and connect individuals to appropriate mental health and substance use services. 

Talbert House (crisis line): (513-281-CARE) (2273)

2600 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45206

Open 24 hours

A suicide and crisis telephone Lifeline staffed by ASSIST trained professionals to assist callers with issues such as: emotional well-being, health, information/referral needs, suicide prevention/assessment, stress management, grief/loss, emergency needs, bullying, addiction, and problem gambling.

Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC) at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital(513) 636-4124

3333 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45229

Liberty Campus: 7777 Yankee Road, Liberty Township, OH 45044                                         

Open 24 hours

Located within Cincinnati Children’s, PIRC is the admission and evaluation center for all emergency psychiatric services for juveniles.

Best Point Education and Behavioral Health (Juveniles): (513) 272-2800

5050 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45227

8:00AM-5:00PM Monday-Friday

Network of community-based and evidence based services to strengthen individuals and families with the necessary tools and make them feel cared for, valued, and safe.

Warmline: (513) 931-WARM

Available 24 hours

The WARMLINE (931-WARM) provides an understanding voice for consumers from trained consumers. It reduces the burden on case managers, professional crisis lines and on other community resources by providing a safe place for consumers who are not in crisis to receive information and support.

Substance Use


Center for Addiction Treatment (CAT): (513) 381-6672

830 Ezzard Charles Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45214

8:00AM-4:30PM Monday-Saturday/ Admissions 8:00AM-3:00PM Monday-Saturday

Full continuum of care including assessment, detox, treatment, counseling, support, and more. Inpatient and outpatient services.

Addiction Services Council: (513) 281-RHAC (7422)/ AIM- 24 Hours (513) 620-RING (7464)

24 Hours

2828 Vernon Place, Cincinnati, OH 45219

AIM (Afterhours Individualized Mobile Engagement) Team An after-hours crisis response service for individuals experiencing issues related to substance use disorder (8:00 PM and 8:00 AM 365 days per year). Peer Recovery Supporters make in-person visits to individuals where they are and transport individuals to area treatment centers IMMEDIATELY when appropriate.

Talbert House   513-281-CARE(2273) Immediate assistance/513-221-HELP (4357) Services

24 Hours

2600 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206 (offices)

The Addictions service line provides intensive substance use disorder programming, with a focus on opiates, to adolescents, adults and families. Integrated care includes; assessment, day reporting, Medication Assisted Treatment and counseling in outpatient, residential and jail settings. Services provided in Brown, Butler, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties.

DeCoach Recovery Centre(513) 914-4673 (HOPE)/Text (513) 796-7710 24 Hour Line (937) 966-4673

1620 Harrison Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45214

Monday:8:30AM – 7:30PM, Tuesday:8:30AM – 4:30PM, Wednesday:8:30AM– 7:30PM, Thursday:8:30AM – 7:30PM, Friday:8:30AM– 4:30PM, Saturday:9:00AM– 11:00AM

DeCoach Rehabilitation Centre specializes in providing medication assisted treatment to control addictions to enhance your road to recovery. Services inclue- detox, withdrawal management, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, psychiatric services,peer mentoring, and housing. On-site pharmacy, transportation assistance, case management, telehealth, court services, same day appointments (walk-ins welcome until 2:30PM.  Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance accepted.




Central Access Point (CAP)(513) 381-SAFE (7233)

Central Access Point (CAP) providing help for families and individuals experiencing homelessness, or who are at risk of becoming homeless. Call to access all shelters.

PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness)(513) 814-3886

9:00AM-4:00PM Monday-Friday

411 Gest Street, Cincinnati, OH 45203

Homeless outreach in Cincinnati and suburbs. The PATH Team (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness) focuses on outreach. They work with area shelters and also go directly into the community to find homeless individuals and connect them to mental health and other services.

David and Rebecca Barron Center for Men- Shelterhouse: (513) 721-0643

411 Gest Street, Cincinnati, OH 45203

The David and Rebecca Barron Center for Men ensures homeless men in Cincinnati have access to basic human needs such as shelter, food, emergency clothing items, basic toiletries, and safety.

Esther Marie Hatton Center for Women- Shelterhouse: (513) 562-1980 

2499 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH 45202

The Esther Marie Hatton Center for Women ensures homeless women in Cincinnati have access to basic human needs such as shelter, food, emergency clothing items, basic toiletries, and safety.

Lighthouse Youth and Family Services: Juveniles & Young Adults

Age 17 and under, go to or call the Mecum House, 2522 Highland Avenue, Cincinnati, (513) 961-4080.
Age 18 and over, go to or call the Lighthouse Sheakley Center for Youth, 2314 Iowa Avenue, Cincinnati, (
513) 569-9500.

Lighthouse provides a wide range of trauma-informed services to help young people and families heal and grow. Whether it’s therapy, residential treatment, foster care, emergency shelter, or housing, every young person receives personalized care and unconditional support to thrive.

Pets of the Homeless-  Interfaith Hospitality Network: (513) 471-1100  

990 Nassau Street, Cincinnati, OH 45206

Feeding Pets of the Homeless is the first and one of a few national animal organization focused on feeding and providing emergency care to pets of homeless people. Check out the 'list view' for resources on website.Call for available services.

Intimate Partner Violence (Domestic Violence)


DVERTWomen Helping Women   (513) Also available through HCCC

DVERT (Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team) is a trauma focused crisis response team that provides an on-call, on-scene response to domestic violence survivors to avert gender-based violence and to prevent children from growing up in violent homes. DVERT provides on-scene safety planning, access to resources, empowerment, and engagement in on-going support services.

Women Helping Women- 24 Hour Hotline and Services: (513) 381-5610

215 E 9th St, Cincinnati, OH 45202

WHW helps survivors find hope, healing, and empowerment through our confidential support services. Domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and teen dating violence. We currently serve Butler and Hamilton Counties, and provide additional sexual assault services in Brown and Adams Counties.

YWCA of Greater Cincinnati- 24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline   (513) 872-9259

898 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Crisis counseling, risk assessment, information, referrals, safety planning, and support for survivors in Adams, Brown, Clermont and Hamilton counties 24 hours a day. 

Family Justice Center- YWCA   (513) 302-2175

898 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

The Family Justice Center (FJC), is a comprehensive victim service center located at our main downtown building, is accessible to all survivors in Hamilton County, and meaningfully increases access to services for under-served populations.In an effort to provide wrap-around services and reach diverse populations, the FJC maintains impactful relationships with community-based partners.

Domestic Relations Court/ TPOs(513) 946-9000

800 Broadway Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45202

8:00AM-4:00PM Monday-Friday 

Civil Stalking and Sexually Oriented Offense Protection OrdersFile online - 24 Hours

Domestic violence and dating violence civil protection orders. Civil Stalking and Sexually Oriented Offense protection orders online. Domestic Violence temporary protection orders in person. Call ahead for more information.

Services for Seniors


Adult Protective Services-   (513) 421-LIFE (5433)

222 E. Central Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45202

7:30AM-4:30PM Monday-Friday

Adult Protective Services (APS) works with Hamilton County’s elderly residents to help keep them safe.

Council on Aging (COA)-   (513) 721-1025

4601 Malsbary Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242 

8:00AM-4:30PM Monday-Friday

COA is your connection to the wide variety of programs and services available to older adults, people with disabilities and caregivers in our community.

Alzheimer's Association-   (513) 721-4282 Local/ (800) 272-3900 Helpline-24 Hours

Office hours 9:00AM-5:00PM Tuesday-Thursday By appointment Monday & Friday

644 Linn Street Suite 1026, Cincinnati, OH 45203

The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Cincinnati Chapter serves individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease and related dementia, their families and caregivers in 37 counties in Southern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Southeastern Indiana.

Developmental Disabilities


Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services (HCDDS): 24 Hours (513) 794-3300/ MUI Line for Officers (513) 910-1281

8:00AM-4:00PM Monday-Friday (office hours)

1520 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45206

On-call number for general questions. A Major Unusual Incident (MUI) is any alleged, suspected, or actual event that may adversely impact someone with a developmental disability.(513) 910-1281 MUI line for LE- 24 hours. 

Living Arrangements for the Developmentally Disabled (LADD): (513) 861-5233

3603 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45229

8:00AM-4:30PM Monday-Friday

LADD provides the dignity of adulthood through housing, health and wellness, day programs, employment, and advocacy.

Officer Wellness and Peer Support


Cincinnati Police Department Officer Wellness: (513) 498-1052 24 Hour cell/ (513) 564-1880 Office

CPD Academy, 800 Evans Street, Cincinnati, OH 45204

8:00AM-4:00PM Monday-Friday Walk-in hours

Connect with trained, confidential law enforcement peer support members from the Cincinnati Police Department. The CPD Wellness Team is available for first responders 24/7 who are experiencing stress, coping with trauma exposure, or in need of culturally competent mental health resources.

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Wellness Team: (877) 965-3977 24 Hour Peer Team Hotline

513-910-3366   Ali Hoevel, Wellness Coordinator/ 513-266-6332 Rabbi Mendy, Police Chaplain/ [email protected]   general email

Copline (800) 267-5463

An officer's lifeline.

Additional Resources- United Way  Call 211