Mental Health Services
People with severe mental illness represent one of the largest disenfranchised groups in our community. GCBhs has been in the business of serving this population for more than 40 years. We’re constantly trying to figure out ways to do it even better, through partnerships and mergers.
Assertive Community Treatment
These intensive, wrap-around services (often provided in teams) help people achieve independence by living and working in the community as they’re able.
In many ways, Care Management is the backbone of what we do. It’s how we coordinate the overall care for our clients, as we work to help them improve and restore their mental health and their ability to function in the community. Care managers may assist with Social Security benefits, medical benefits, housing, and crisis management. They may refer clients to job training and placement, day programs, support groups, family support and education groups, and specialized services. Our care managers collaborate with family members, psychiatrists, medical professionals and other service providers to make sure everyone who comes through GCBHS’ doors gets the best care possible.
Criminal Justice Services
GCBHS provides many mental health services to people involved in the court system. Read about the various “Criminal Justice Services.”
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services
Our specialized culturally competent team of providers takes into account the unique experiences of our clients that are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and have a mental illness. Services such as care management, counseling and psychiatric services are provided all while accommodating our clients' preferred means of communication.
FIRST – Early Identification & Treatment of Psychosis
This is a specialized treatment program for people who have a recent diagnosis of psychosis. Get details on FIRST.
These services work to identify homeless people in the community with mental illness, and to get them the help they need. Learn more about the various teams involved.
Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment
This is a specialized treatment program for people who have both a mental illness and a substance abuse disorder.
Transitional-Aged Youth Services
This program helps young people (ages 16 – 22) move from children’s mental health services to adult mental health services. The goal is to smooth the transition and focus on independence. Aimed at young people who have been receiving services from the children’s system, this program supports them with their mental health and emotional issues. It also helps them with education, employment, housing, and increasing natural supports.
- For information about our youth services in Hamilton County, call (513) 354-7210
- For information about our youth services in Clermont County, call (513) 354-1300