Resources

Mental Health Resources

Mental Health America of Franklin County #614-221-1441

www.mhafc.org

MHAFC helps refer individuals suffering from a mental illness to the right treatment. MHAFC envisions a just, humane, and healthy society in which all adults and children receive the help they need, are well-informed, and receive the respect, dignity, and opportunity they deserve.

OSU Counseling & Consultation Services #614-292-5766

www.ccs.ohio-state.edu/students

NETCARE Crisis Hotline #614-276-CARE

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Ohio

www.namiohio.org

NAMI of Ohio is a grassroots organization advocating for mental health issues. It has a winning history of affecting public policy and legislation. The organization provides mutual support, education, and advocacy to individuals and families who are affected by mental illness.

The Ohio State University Harding Hospital

www.medicalcenter.osu.edu

OSU Harding Hospital provides behavioral healthcare services to those suffering with mental illness. The hospital understands the challenges of coping with mental illness, and it offers Central Ohio’s most comprehensive behavioral healthcare services and programs for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults.

Southeast, Inc.

www.southeastinc.com

Southeast, Inc. is a comprehensive mental health, chemical dependency, and healthcare organization that serves diverse populations regardless of their economic status.

Central Ohio Vocational Alternatives

www.cova.org

COVA started in 1982 as a janitorial service program employing people with severe mental health disabilities. Today, COVA advocates for employment opportunities for people living with mental illness and other disabilities. They also focus on building economic stability and life skills for the individuals they help.

Partner Agencies

Community Housing Network

www.chninc.org

The Community Housing Network invests in properties and people by providing safe, affordable rental housing for people with disabilities and other special needs related to homelessness. A critical part of CHN’s mission is connecting tenants to services that support their mental health, recovery from addiction, and return to employment.

Concord Counseling Services

www.concordcounseling.org

Concord Counseling Services is a private, non-profit organization and one of Central Ohio’s first community health agencies. Since 1972, Concord has provided holistic recovery services to clients to increase their personal growth and full participation in society.

Franklin County ADAMH Board

www.adamhfranklin.org

The Franklin County ADAMH Board helps connect Franklin County residents to affordable and quality alcohol, drug addiction, and mental health services. ADAMH does not provide any direct services, but instead contracts with more than 35 not-for-profit agencies throughout the county.

Jefferson Center for Learning & the Arts


www.thejeffersoncenter.org

The Jefferson Center for Learning & the Arts is a non-profit organization that provides the facilities and funding for the support of charitable, religious, and educational organizations in Central Ohio. The organization has restored a number of historic houses and buildings along Jefferson Avenue and adapted the spaces for other non-profits in order to increase the number of learning opportunities in our community.

Columbus Jewish Foundation


www.columbusjewishfoundation.org

The Columbus Jewish Foundation is dedicated to providing community resources to ensure the stability and continuity of Jewish life in Columbus and elsewhere. Their primary function is providing grants to non-profit organizations that serve social, cultural, health, and educational needs.

Jewish Family Services

www.jfscolumbus.org

Jewish Family Services provides comprehensive community-based services to at-risk individuals and their families who are facing a number of issues, such as domestic violence, parenting, and economic crisis. Services are provided to everyone, regardless of affiliation with the Jewish community.