Resources for information, support

Wednesday, December 16, 1998

BY The Cincinnati Enquirer

  • National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) of Hamilton County offers information, referrals, support groups for people with mental illness and family members. 351-7555. To reach the national NAMI headquarters in Arlington, Va., call (703) 524-7600.

  • Services, referrals, support programs and information available from county and non-profit agencies, including:

      • Brown County Counseling, (800) 482-4811

      • Butler County Mental Health Board, 860-9240

      • Central Community Health Board (Cincinnati), 559-2000

      • Clermont County Counseling, 248-0421

      • Community Mental Health Center in Lawrenceburg, (812) 537-1302

      • Hamilton County Community Mental Health Board, 621-3045

      • Mental Health Association (Cincinnati), 721-2910

      • Mental Health Association of Northern Kentucky 431-1077

      • Mental Health Centers of Warren County, (800) 932-3366 or 933-1354.

  • Psychiatric Emergency Service of University Hospital, 584-8577.

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