Samaritan Behavioral Health, Inc.
Samaritan Behavioral Health, Inc., is an outpatient treatment program for children, adolescents, families, and adults exhibiting symptoms associated with mental health concerns. Emphasis is on primary treatment, continuity of care, client satisfaction, and prevention care. Individuals or families experiencing the following may benefit from Samaritan Behavioral Health Services:
Situational stress, personal problems, emotional problems, depression, anxiety, victim of physical or sexual abuse, social problems, work related problems, family and relationship problems, hyperactivity, anger and oppositional behavior, school problems, and adjustment to foster homes.
The staff at SBHI include licensed psychologists, licensed social workers and counselors, community support specialists, and a registered nurse.
2172 –A US Rt. 127 N., Eaton, OH 45320
For more on Samaritan Behavioral Health, click the link below:
Recovery & Wellness Centers of Midwest Ohio
Recovery & Wellness Centers of Midwest Ohio represent hope, education, and rehabilitation to individuals, families, and community. Here, non-judgmental assistance is given to sufferers of addiction including alcoholism or other drugs. Counseling is given not only to the individuals, but to their families. Adolescents and women are provided with dedicated treatment providing privacy, respect and age-appropriateness to counseling sessions.
Recovery & Wellness Centers also give high priority to educating youth in our county’s school systems, focusing on prevention, learning not only to avoid drugs, but to foster the self-esteem and life skills needed to live a healthier, dependency-free lifestyle. Youth activities headed by R&WC also include the popular SLAM (Students Living As Mentors) events at the Preble County YMCA, geared toward junior high school students and encouraging fun, drug-free activities.
228 N. Barron St., Eaton, OH 45320
For more on Recovery & Wellness Centers of Midwest Ohio,
click the button below:
Preble County TASC
Established in 1990 and the first program in the state of Ohio, TASC (Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities) Case Management serves as a “bridge” between the courts and the substance abuse treatment system. TASC assesses all first time court involved youth, determines their at-risk status, and makes recommendations for any additional services that may be beneficial to the youth and/or his family, which could include a referral to an appropriate substance abuse treatment program. TASC Case Management monitors court ordered youth with urinalysis testing, surveillance and communication with treatment providers, as well as linking the youth to ancillary services as needed.
TASC Treatment serves any adolescent and adult seeking drug and alcohol addiction services. TASC is certified as a Non-Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program and offers Assessments, Individual Counseling, and New Beginnings and Horizons Group Counseling. Youth do not have to be involved in our TASC Case Management Program to receive treatment services. TASC Treatment accepts Medicaid and self-pay clients.
Strengthening Families is a free seven-week course offered by TASC to any Preble County family with youth ages 9 to 16. This series is designed to aid parents/caregivers and their children in developing skills in communication, handling stress and peer pressure, and setting appropriate limits.
Wraparound is a free program offered to any Preble County family with a child/children with multiple needs. These needs may include physical, emotional, or behavioral issues. Wraparound is a family driven process that builds off of the strengths of the family in order to meet the needs of the family.
Women Celebrating Recovery Listed as an evidence-based program, this curriculum draws from cognitive-behavioral, experiential, and 12 step approach to help clients achieve life-long recovery. These are 1 hour group sessions and will be held on a continuous cycle, year round.
225 N. Barron St., Eaton, OH 45320
For more on Preble County TASC, click the button below:
Cherry Street Clubhouse
Clubhouse models, growing in number since their inception in the 1940s, are designed to give community based social and vocational rehabilitation for individuals who have experienced severe or enduring mental health problems. Clubhouse members work with staff and other members giving a chance to form meaningful relationships and assist in productivity. No members live here, nor is it a “hang-out.” Rather, it is responsible to meet standards upheld by the International center for Clubhouse Development (ICCS), of which over 300 now exist throughout the world. The Clubhouse provides pre-vocational day programming, some education, social and recreational programs, and assistance with housing and accessing needed community services.
120 N. Cherry St., Eaton, OH 45320
For more on Cherry Street Clubhouse, click the button below: