Student Services Resources

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Social and Emotional Resources: On Campus 



BEST POINT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH BY THE CHILDREN’S HOME

Best Point Behavioral Health offers school-based counseling and support serving grades K-12. Services are provided in the school, home or at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati by a licensed mental health therapist or a qualified mental health provider.  The therapist will work with you and your child to determine the specific treatment plan that meets your needs.  Programs available on 3 Rivers Campus are BHC Individual Therapy, Care Coordination, and School-Based Day Treatment Groups.  There are programs available for children ages 2-8 that are experiencing social, emotional, and behavioral challenges through our Early Childhood Day Treatment program and for ages 8-20 through our Campus Day Treatment program.

To find out more you can call The Children’s Home at 513-272-2800 or you can contact one of the program supervisors below:

 

 

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Social and Emotional Resources: Outside of our District

Family Support Resources

Every family needs support. If you and your family are in need of assistance with basic needs please feel free to contact one of the organizations below.

Contact Information
Pathways      
Website:   www.pathwaysharrison.com
Phone:   513.367.1441
BLOC House Cleves    
Website:   www.blochead.org
Phone:   513.325.5635
     
     
     

Mental Health Resources

We believe it is important to address any need that your child might have that affects success both in and out of school. Mental health is just as important as physical health. Many adolescents experience issues that may require assistance beyond what you as a parent or the school guidance team can provide. Working together, families have been very successful at finding help in the resources listed below to provide your child with support and encouragement in school and in life.

Contact Information
Mental Health Access Point (MHAP)      
Website:   www.mentalhealthaccesspoint.org
Phone:   513.558.5888
Suicide Prevention Lifeline    
Website:   www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Phone:   1.800.273.TALK (8255)
Mobile Crisis Team    UC Medical Center
Website:   uchealth.com
Phone:   513.584.5098
Pediatric Intake Response Center (PIRC)   CCHMC 
Website:    www.cincinnatichildrens.org
Phone:    513.636.4124

Referrals can also be made after hours at the psychiatric emergency service (513) 584-8577


Substance Abuse Resources

We understand that this is a time of experimentation, peer pressure and exploring different paths in life for many of our teenagers. You may be experiencing some struggles related to substance abuse in your family or friends. The information and resources you will find on this page are meant to provide you with knowledge and support that may be of assistance to you and your family. Three Rivers is not directly associated with these organizations and they are offered only as suggestions for support. If you feel your child may be experiencing difficulties involving substance abuse, please feel free to contact your child’s counselor or the school nurse. This is a completely confidential process.

Contact Information
Alcoholism Council of the Cincinnati Area      
Address:

  2828 Vernon Place
Cincinnati, OH
Website:   addictionservicescouncil.org
Phone:   513.281.7880
Talbert House   Adolescent Services
Address:

  4760 Madison Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45227
Contact:   Sandy Moore
Phone:   513.321.8286
Gateways   Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program
Address:

  3131 Harvey, Suite 201
Cincinnati, OH 45229
Website:   www.gatewaysrecovery.com
Phone:   513.861.0035
Alcoholics Anonymous    
Website:   www.aa.org
Phone:   513.861.3500
Narcotics Anonymous    
Website:   http://www.nacincinnati.com/
Phone:   513.820.2947
Focus on the Family Hotline    
Phone:   1.800.232.6459
Website:   www.focusonthefamily.com

Talbert House Teens text to Save Lives!

281-CARE is reaching youth through a texting service targeted to teens. Text 4 HOPE to 839863 enables teens to access help 24/7. Facilitated by trained Talbert House crisis staff, questions and concerns are addressed any time of day or night.