If you or someone you love are in crisis, thinking of harming your self or others, and need immediate help, reach out! Help is available!
Short Term Crisis Counseling: Crisis resolution can be achieved through brief, focalized counseling with a trained crisis therapist. The crisis therapist will perform a risk assessment and work to develop a safety plan. Individuals in crisis can be seen face to face within 24 hours of making an appointment at the following locations:
Clermont and Brown Crisis Hotline: The Crisis Hotline is here to help. The Hotline is a free and confidential hotline that provides suicide prevention, crisis intervention, and referral information to residents of Clermont and Brown Counties of all ages. A trained mental health professional is available 24/7 to answer your call and talk to you. The professional can assist you with access to resources and treatment, and can help with a face-to-face assessment, if needed.
Crisis Text Line: Crises don't always lend themselves to a phone call. That's why the Crisis Text Line is an important means of reaching out. Anyone can text "4hope" to 741741 and get connected to a trained person who is ready to help. The Crisis Text Line is not a replacement for counseling, but it can serve as a good starting point for people needing help to cope with a crisis. Your messages are confidential.
Crisis Hotline(513) 528-SAVE (7283)
Crisis Text LineText “4Hope” to 741741
Mobile Crisis Team: The Mobile Crisis Team is staffed by Master’s level mental health professionals who are available to provide in-person mental health assessments to Clermont County youth and adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis and may be at risk of harm to self or others. Due to safety precautions, the mobile crisis responder is often accompanied by law enforcement. The service is available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, including holidays. The Mobile Crisis Team can be accessed by calling the Clermont and Brown Crisis Hotline at (513) 528-SAVE (7283).
Mobile Response and Stabilization Services (MRSS): The Mobile Response & Stabilization Services (MRSS) is a comprehensive program available to youth ages 0 to 21 and their families, and is a branch of the Clermont County Mobile Crisis Team. MRSS staff meet with youth and families in person wherever they are to provide intensive services to address emotional and/or behavioral issues that require intervention. Families can stay with MRSS for up to 60 days. MRSS can be accessed by calling the Clermont and Brown Crisis Hotline at (513) 528-SAVE.