If you or someone you know are in crisis, thinking of harming oneself or others, tell someone right away! Help is available 24/7
Clermont and Brown Crisis Hotline (513) 528-SAVE
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.
Clermont County Mobile Crisis Team (513) 528-SAVE.
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 who may be at risk of harm to themselves 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 County Crisis Hotline at 513-528-SAVE (7283).
Mobile Response and Stabilization Services (MRSS) (513) 528-SAVE
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.
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.
If you are in crisis or know someone in crisis, help is available!
The Clermont and Brown Crisis Hotline is staffed 24/7 with trained mental health professionals. Call (513) 528-SAVE (7283).
Survivors of Suicide Support Group: If you have lost a loved one to suicide, you are not alone. You don’t have to cope with your loss alone. Healing Hearts is a free support group for connection and healing with others who have lost loved ones to death by suicide. The group is based on the work of Dr. Alan Wolfelt who uses the metaphor of a wilderness to assist survivors on navigating through grief and mourning. Starting August 7, 2023, the group will meet on the first and third Mondays of each month at 5:30pm at Child Focus at 4633 Aicholtz Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45244. This is a no-cost and drop-in group. For more information, please call (513) 752-1555 ext. 5288 or visit child-focus.org. Sponsored by the Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board.
Clermont County Crisis Response Team is a group of caring individuals from various social service agencies committed to joining with communities in crisis to share the burden of grief and to facilitate the process of healing. The Response Team can respond to any type of crisis situation, including a suicide. The Team offers the following services at no cost: crisis intervention; education about short and long-term stress reactions; debriefing a safe environment about the feelings related to the crisis; and assisting those in need with connection to treatment services.
Gaining a better understanding of suicide and the risk factors for suicide can help save a life! Free training is available to assist the community in learning more about the warning signs of suicide.
QPR Training teaches you to recognize the warning signs of suicide, know how to offer hope, and how to get help and save a life. QPR training is scheduled at Child Focus on a regular basis and the Coalition can also bring QPR training to your organization! For more information, go to Child Focus Events or contact Marcie Keith at email@example.com or (513) 732-5400.
These 8-hour trainings teach community members how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental health disorders and substance use disorders. The training provides the skills needed to reach out and provide initial help and support to someone who may be developing a behavioral health concern or experiencing a crisis. For more information, contact Marcie Keith at firstname.lastname@example.org or (513) 732-5400.
The Signs of Suicide® Program (SOS) is a school-based suicide prevention program that serves secondary school students ages 13 to 18. The program teaches students that suicide is directly related to mental illness—typically depression—and that it is not a normal reaction to stress or emotional upset. This approach stands in direct contrast to other programs that seek to destigmatize suicide by separating it from mental illness. SOS concentrates on teaching youths to recognize the signs of suicide and depression in themselves and others and the specific actions needed to respond to those signs. SOS is also currently being used in other non-school settings that serve youth. The program's primary objectives are to educate teens that depression is a treatable illness and to equip them to respond to a potential suicide in a friend or family member using the SOS technique. For more information, contact Marcie Keith at email@example.com or (513) 732-5400.
There are also trainings that assist clinicians with improving identification and treatment of suicidality.
CAMS Framework is first and foremost a clinical philosophy of care. It is a therapeutic framework for suicide-specific assessment and treatment of a patient’s suicidal risk. It is a flexible approach that can be used across theoretical orientations and disciplines for a wide range of suicidal patients across treatment settings and different treatment modalities.
The clinician and patient engage in a highly interactive assessment process and the patient is actively involved in the development of their own treatment plan. Every session of CAMS intentionally utilizes the patient’s input about what is and is not working. All assessment work in CAMS is collaborative; they seek to have the patient be a “co-author” of their own treatment plan. For more information, contact Marcie Keith at firstname.lastname@example.org or (513) 732-5400.
Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk℠ (AMSR) training teaches best practices recommended by the nation’s leading experts in the research and delivery of suicide care. AMSR’s research-informed risk formulation model helps health and behavioral health professionals feel confident navigating challenging conversations and offers key strategies for providing compassionate care to people at risk for suicide. Authorized expert trainers lead half-day and one-day AMSR trainings, teaching professionals essential skills through videos, live demonstrations, and paired and written practice. AMSR has been working since 2006 to train clinicians on how to provide effective treatment for patients and clients who are at risk of suicide. Over 70,000 mental health professionals have attended AMSR workshops in the United States and abroad. For more information, contact Marcie Keith at email@example.com or (513) 732-5400.