Mental Health Services

Did you know that 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experience mental illness each year?

Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio Mental Health Services provides mental health services to people of all faiths, ages and income levels. We currently offer services in our offices, in the schools and in the community.  Please read through our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about our services. If you would like to enroll in services or make a referral for someone, please fill out our referral form below. 

Immigrant Mental Health Program

Immigrants and refugees often have complex mental health needs but face multiple barriers to mental health treatment in our community. Our team specializes in culturally competent care for the immigrant community of Greater Cincinnati. We are able to provide services in English, Spanish, and various other language through professional interpretation. Services we offer include:

  • Partnerships with local schools to provide services onsite in the school building
  • Psychosocial skills groups for immigrants
  • Mental Health Case management for immigrants with major mental illness.
  • Care coordination with Su Casa Hispanic Center, Refugee Resettlement Services and Immigration Legal Services
  • Clinical Evaluations for Immigration Legal Proceedings: Our independently licensed clinicians will complete a comprehensive mental health assessment and report for individuals who are in the process of immigration legal proceedings. This is a fee for service. Attorneys can make a referral for their client here.

You can call our bilingual intake specialist at (513) 489-8898 or fill out the form below contacted about services.