Hamilton County has leveraged significant federal resources to support a strong public health response and vaccination strategy, to provide direct assistance to families, and to deliver resources to local governments to use in their own communities.

Mental Health

Mental Health Access Point

Offers a continuum of mental health treatment and supportive services in the environment that best meets the individual’s needs.

VISITmentalhealthaccesspoint.org

EMAILEmail Mental Health Access Point

CALL(513) 558-8888

WARMLINE

The WARMLINE is a peer-operated call-in service for individuals who need supportive assistance in their recovery from mental health issues, but not on an emergency basis. The WARMLINE offer support for low-level crises, help with daily living activities, and peer support.

VISIThttps://www.cincywarmline.org/about/

EMAILinfo@cincywarmline.org

CALL(513) 621-WARM (9276)

Crisis Hotline / 281-CARE

Talbert House’s 281-CARE is a 24-hour telephone crisis intervention service for suicide prevention, crises, bereavement, loss and other personal emergencies. The hotline offers information and referrals for services.

CALL(513) 281-CARE (2273)

TEXT – TALBERT to 839863

Addiction Recovery

Addiction Services Council

Addiction Services Council is a non-profit, community-based organization with the conviction that alcoholism, drug addiction, and other addictive disorders are treatable illnesses, that those affected, including family members, can and do recover, and that quality recovery resources should be accessible and affordable to everyone in need of help.

VISIThttps://addictionservicescouncil.org/

EMAILinfo@addictionservicescouncil.org

CALL(513) 281-7422, 24/7 hotline

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Counselors specializing in alcohol addiction drug treatment and substance abuse issues are standing by ready to listen and address any questions or concerns that you may have. Alcoholics Resource Center is supported by caring individuals with a genuine desire to help you achieve sobriety. Alcoholics Resource Center guides individuals struggling with alcohol addiction to AA meetings and recovery that helps prevent painful relapse. We offer many resources that can help individuals identify problematic behavioral patterns and help establish the best approach to fully overcome the challenging obstacles of alcohol addiction.

VISIThttps://alcoholicsanonymous.com/

CALL(800) 839-1686, 24/7 hotline

Hamilton County Addiction Response Coalition

The HCARC is a group of community members, leaders, advocates and experts dedicated to ending the opiate epidemic in our community. They connect prevention options to treatment specialists to public health officials to law enforcement – bringing together the right resources for real results that make a real difference.

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyohio.gov/government/open_hamilton_county/projects/addiction_response_coalition

Hamilton County Public Health Harm Reduction Program

Hamilton County Public Health is dedicated to helping our community during the addiction crisis. Substance use can lead to an increase in hepatitis, HIV, and sexually transmitted infections. The Harm Reduction program offers a comprehensive, community based program that provides disease prevention, education and referral services, including: substance abuse education, overdose prevention, access to NARCAN (Naloxone), injection education, and safe injection equipment and disposal (Syringe Services Program).

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org/harm-reduction/

24/7 Hotlines

The below hotlines are available 24/7 to provide a wide range of services.

CALL

(513) 281-7422 – Addiction Services Council

(513) 817-0907 – Becket Springs

(513) 834-7063 – BrightView

(513) 281-2273 – Mental Health Hotline

Recovery Health Access Center

Domestic Violence

Women Helping Women

Experiencing or witnessing domestic/partner abuse? Immediate help is available. If you are currently experiencing abuse, please call or text our 24-Hour Hotline directly at (513) 381-5610 for immediate help. For all other inquiries, please use the contact form below.

VISIThttps://www.womenhelpingwomen.org/

CONTACThttps://www.womenhelpingwomen.org/home/contact/

CALL(513) 381-5610

YWCA Cincinnati

Crisis counseling, risk assessment, information, referrals, safety planning, and support for survivors in Hamilton County 24 hours a day.

VISIThttp://www.ywcacincinnati.org/

CALL(513) 872-9259

Minority Health Resources

Center for Closing the Health Gap

The goal of the COVID-19 Community Resources website is to be your one-stop resource guide for the latest information about COVID-19. It has the most recent updates from organizations serving the Black and Brown communities throughout our region. We all serve you and want to make sure you have a trusted source to receive information to keep you safe and healthy.

VISIThttps://covid19communityresources.com/

Hamilton County Economic Inclusion and Equity

The Hamilton County Board of Commissioners established the Economic Inclusion and Equity Department to promote inclusion in County procurement and County employment practices for all people of Hamilton County regardless of race, gender, disability, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The BOLD Initiative is Hamilton County’s Economic Inclusion Initiative to help ensure inclusion and diversity success in Hamilton County operations such as staff recruitment, hiring and advancement, and in Hamilton County’s purchasing and procurement opportunities with local small businesses.

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyohio.gov/government/departments/economic_inclusion

Minority Health Strike Force

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, evidence has shown that communities of color have been disproportionately affected by the virus, especially African American and Latino communities. To respond to and help address these disparities, the State of Ohio under the advisement of the Minority Health Strike Force worked with the Us4Us Coalition to create the “More Than A Mask” campaign. The goal of the campaign is to provide specific messaging and resources to protect and prevent the spread of COVID-19 within communities of color in Ohio.

VISIThttps://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/families-and-individuals/More-than-a-mask/More-than-a-mask

Prescription Card Programs

Hamilton County Prescription Card Program

In our ongoing efforts to provide valuable services to county residents, we’ve enrolled Hamilton County in the National Association of Counties’ Prescription Discount Card Program. We recognize rising prescription drug costs are a problem for many of our residents and we’re pleased to offer an option to help cuts costs. The entire family is covered with just one card and virtually all commonly prescribed medicine is covered. You can pick them up at the county’s Job and Family Services Department, branches of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, YMCA branches, the Council on Aging of Southwest Ohio and many social service agencies, such as the FreeStore Foodbank and Talbert House.

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyohio.gov/government/open_hamilton_county/projects/hamilton_county_prescription_discount_card_program

CALL(513) 946-1010

Ohio Drug Card Program

All Ohio residents are eligible to get pharmacy discounts through this program. The program may be used to provide savings on prescriptions not covered by your health insurance or Medicare Part D. The program may also be used instead of your insurance coverage when it offers greater savings than your copay.

VISIThttps://ohiodrugcard.com/

Healthcare

Healthcare

You can enroll in or change plans if you have certain life events or income range, or you qualify for Medicaid or CHIP.

VISIThttps://www.healthcare.gov/coverage-outside-open-enrollment/special-enrollment-period/

Resources to help keep you and your family healthy

Hamilton County has leveraged significant federal resources to support a strong public health response and vaccination strategy, to provide direct assistance to families, and to deliver resources to local governments to use in their own communities.

Mental Health

Offers a continuum of mental health treatment and supportive services in the environment that best meets the individual’s needs.

VISITmentalhealthaccesspoint.org

EMAILEmail Mental Health Access Point

CALL(513) 558-8888

Talbert House’s 281-CARE is a 24-hour telephone crisis intervention service for suicide prevention, crises, bereavement, loss and other personal emergencies. The hotline offers information and referrals for services.

CALL(513) 281-CARE (2273)

TEXT – TALBERT to 839863

Addiction Recovery

Addiction Services Council is a non-profit, community-based organization with the conviction that alcoholism, drug addiction, and other addictive disorders are treatable illnesses, that those affected, including family members, can and do recover, and that quality recovery resources should be accessible and affordable to everyone in need of help.

VISIThttps://addictionservicescouncil.org/

EMAILinfo@addictionservicescouncil.org

CALL(513) 281-7422, 24/7 hotline

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Counselors specializing in alcohol addiction drug treatment and substance abuse issues are standing by ready to listen and address any questions or concerns that you may have. Alcoholics Resource Center is supported by caring individuals with a genuine desire to help you achieve sobriety. Alcoholics Resource Center guides individuals struggling with alcohol addiction to AA meetings and recovery that helps prevent painful relapse. We offer many resources that can help individuals identify problematic behavioral patterns and help establish the best approach to fully overcome the challenging obstacles of alcohol addiction.

VISIThttps://alcoholicsanonymous.com/

CALL(800) 839-1686, 24/7 hotline

The HCARC is a group of community members, leaders, advocates and experts dedicated to ending the opiate epidemic in our community. They connect prevention options to treatment specialists to public health officials to law enforcement – bringing together the right resources for real results that make a real difference.

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyohio.gov/government/open_hamilton_county/projects/addiction_response_coalition

Hamilton County Public Health is dedicated to helping our community during the addiction crisis. Substance use can lead to an increase in hepatitis, HIV, and sexually transmitted infections. The Harm Reduction program offers a comprehensive, community based program that provides disease prevention, education and referral services, including: substance abuse education, overdose prevention, access to NARCAN (Naloxone), injection education, and safe injection equipment and disposal (Syringe Services Program).

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org/harm-reduction/

The below hotlines are available 24/7 to provide a wide range of services.

CALL

(513) 281-7422 – Addiction Services Council

(513) 817-0907 – Becket Springs

(513) 834-7063 – BrightView

(513) 281-2273 – Mental Health Hotline

Domestic Violence

Experiencing or witnessing domestic/partner abuse? Immediate help is available. If you are currently experiencing abuse, please call or text our 24-Hour Hotline directly at (513) 381-5610 for immediate help. For all other inquiries, please use the contact form below.

VISIThttps://www.womenhelpingwomen.org/

CONTACThttps://www.womenhelpingwomen.org/home/contact/

CALL(513) 381-5610

Crisis counseling, risk assessment, information, referrals, safety planning, and support for survivors in Hamilton County 24 hours a day.

VISIThttp://www.ywcacincinnati.org/

CALL(513) 872-9259

Minority Health Resources

The goal of the COVID-19 Community Resources website is to be your one-stop resource guide for the latest information about COVID-19. It has the most recent updates from organizations serving the Black and Brown communities throughout our region. We all serve you and want to make sure you have a trusted source to receive information to keep you safe and healthy.

VISIThttps://covid19communityresources.com/

The Hamilton County Board of Commissioners established the Economic Inclusion and Equity Department to promote inclusion in County procurement and County employment practices for all people of Hamilton County regardless of race, gender, disability, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The BOLD Initiative is Hamilton County’s Economic Inclusion Initiative to help ensure inclusion and diversity success in Hamilton County operations such as staff recruitment, hiring and advancement, and in Hamilton County’s purchasing and procurement opportunities with local small businesses.

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyohio.gov/government/departments/economic_inclusion

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, evidence has shown that communities of color have been disproportionately affected by the virus, especially African American and Latino communities. To respond to and help address these disparities, the State of Ohio under the advisement of the Minority Health Strike Force worked with the Us4Us Coalition to create the “More Than A Mask” campaign. The goal of the campaign is to provide specific messaging and resources to protect and prevent the spread of COVID-19 within communities of color in Ohio.

VISIThttps://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/families-and-individuals/More-than-a-mask/More-than-a-mask

Prescription Card Programs

In our ongoing efforts to provide valuable services to county residents, we’ve enrolled Hamilton County in the National Association of Counties’ Prescription Discount Card Program. We recognize rising prescription drug costs are a problem for many of our residents and we’re pleased to offer an option to help cuts costs. The entire family is covered with just one card and virtually all commonly prescribed medicine is covered. You can pick them up at the county’s Job and Family Services Department, branches of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, YMCA branches, the Council on Aging of Southwest Ohio and many social service agencies, such as the FreeStore Foodbank and Talbert House.

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyohio.gov/government/open_hamilton_county/projects/hamilton_county_prescription_discount_card_program

CALL(513) 946-1010

All Ohio residents are eligible to get pharmacy discounts through this program. The program may be used to provide savings on prescriptions not covered by your health insurance or Medicare Part D. The program may also be used instead of your insurance coverage when it offers greater savings than your copay.

VISIThttps://ohiodrugcard.com/

Healthcare

You can enroll in or change plans if you have certain life events or income range, or you qualify for Medicaid or CHIP.

VISIThttps://www.healthcare.gov/coverage-outside-open-enrollment/special-enrollment-period/