The Center Adult Mental Health and Crisis Services

Counseling & Therapy | The Center Adult Mental Health and Crisis Services offers client focused behavioral health services, which are provided to adults 18 years and older by licensed mental health professionals. Individual and group therapy is also offered in addition to medication evaluation and management. Clients and their significant others are encouraged to actively participate in developing their treatment plan and goals, and to give input to ongoing care.

Case Management | Case Management Services provide professional coordination of community services for adult mental health clients. Services include advocacy, assisting clients in accessing community resources, budgeting, housing support, working with clients to improve daily living skills, and linkage to Crisis services/Crisis stabilization if necessary.

Crisis Intervention | The Catalyst Stabilization Unit (CSU) provides adults, age 18 and older, voluntary admission to a supervised, short-term residential-type setting. The unit offers clients a protective and supportive environment to stabilize and resolve crises.

Crisis intervention and information services can be accessed 24/7 by calling the Helpline at 419-522-HELP (4357). The caring support staff answering phones can assist you with referral to services provided by The Center and The Rehab Center, and can also provide information regarding other community resources. The Helpline also provides Teletype (TTY) communication services for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing consumers.

Medical & Nursing | Our medical department consists of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and nurses providing quality medication evaluation and management. Together the medical department and other clinicians at The Center Adult Mental Health and Crisis Services assess your current stressors and problems, which leads to the formulation of a comprehensive individualized treatment plan.

Evidence-based Programs | A number of evidence-based programs for treating mental health and addiction issues are in use at The Center. These programs are sometimes used in conjunction with other treatment regimens, and sometimes on their own.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy | Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or DBT, is a treatment program that emphasizes validation of all the client's thoughts and feelings, while simultaneously pointing out the ineffectiveness of maladaptive ones. Based on cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), DBT attempts to foster an allied relationship between the client and counselor.

DOVE Treatment for Domestic Violence Offenders | DOVE Treatment for Domestic Violence Offenders is based on the Duluth Model, which is a community-based system that holds offenders accountable for battering. Community resources are used in conjunction with one another to ensure their maximum potential is reached.

Substance Abusing/Mentally Ill (SAMI) Dual Disorder Treatment | The SAMI team utilizes a collaborative approach to treatment in order to work together with people based on their stage of change. This approach incorporates community resources and contacts so that most of the interventions occur in a natural setting. Motivational Interviewing is also used to work cooperatively toward change.

Contact | To access services, or to find out more information, please call the Helpline, 419-522-HELP (4357). If you are attempting to access service, staff will collect some demographic information from you. Later, a staff member from financial registration will contact you to verify eligibility for services and financial arrangements. Once your eligibility has been verified, a clinician will conduct an assessment to determine appropriate services needs.

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