Crisis Intervention in Clermont County

Free enCompass Trainings for Families and Communities

Governor DeWine’s RecoveryOhio Initiative and the Addiction Policy Forum are partnering with county Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services boards to host enCompass, a comprehensive training on navigating addiction for Ohioans. This free training session is virtual and open to all adults who want to learn more about addiction and have the skills to respond. Attendees often include families, friends, caregivers, clergy, law enforcement, first responders, healthcare providers, employers, educators, community-based service providers, and anyone interested in learning how to respond to substance use/co-occurring disorders. Like CPR, the course is designed to build the skills to support and respond to someone who needs help. The training will also help participants navigate the resources available in your own community. Click HERE for a list of upcoming training dates/locations and registration information.

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Suicide in Ohio: Conversations

The Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation has partnered with Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS), VA Northeast Ohio Healthcare System, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and others to create these four-part video series on suicide prevention. These videos will give a closer look into the mental health crisis and impact it has on our state. We are hoping these personal stories will help raise awareness and prevent future deaths. We will also discuss the effects COVID-19 has had on Ohioans, and ways to get help if you are struggling.

Please help us share out these videos to your local communities, papers, and partners to keep the conversation going.

Click here for more informnation.

Photos from the 2020 Virtual Candlelight Vigil

Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation Releases New Video

Child Focus Inc. COVID-19 Action Plan

Child Focus Mental Health

All Child Focus mental health services are fully operational with both in-person and telehealth sessions being offered. Once the school year starts and schools are open, school-based services providers will be available for in-person sessions at school and via telehealth.  Please call 752-1555 for more information.

 

Child Focus 24/7 Crisis Hotline Support

The Clermont County Crisis Hotline 513-528-SAVE (7283) is a free and confidential hotline available 24-hours/7 days a week that provides suicide prevention, crisis intervention and referral information to residents of Clermont County of all ages.  The Hotline is operated by Child Focus, funded by the Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board, and accredited by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).   You can also use the National Crisis Text Line.  Text: 4HOPE to 741741.  The Crisis Text Line is independently owned and operated.

 

Child Focus Extended Day

Based on the new ODJFS guidelines of group sizes of 9 children only, we are full in our extended day program.  We are still taking names for our waiting list.  Register online at: https://www.child-focus.org/registration/

 

Child Focus Head Start Preschool

Limited enrollment spots are open, please call 528-7224 to pre-register.

 

Questions? Email info@child-focus.org

NAMI Coping with COVID: A Virtual Workshop for Parents

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CWC FAQ’s

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