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Through a network of agencies, Wood County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board provides support to families, adults and children. These services include the availability of transportation, housing, child-care, education and employment training that help to ensure both accessibility to treatment and support in achieving and maintaining recovery and improved quality-of-life. Prevention of substance abuse is also a high priority for WC ADAMHS Board. Services are targeted at youth and for adults that are identified through courts, agencies and other resources.

Learn more about these agencies through the information below or by visiting their website.


A Renewed Mind

Phone: 419-359-5621

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A Renewed Mind is a faith based behavioral healthcare agency who invites their clients to “Come as you are. Leave Renewed”. Youth, adolescents, adults and families receive a wide variety of services at offices located in Lucas, Wood, Hancock and the Four County area, as well as in the community. Our services include:
• Individual, Group and Family Counseling
• Trauma Informed Care
• Case Management
• Outpatient Mental Health Treatment for Youth and Adults
• Intensive/Non-Intensive Outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment
• Dual Diagnosis Treatment
• Adult Mental Health Day Treatment Services
• Youth and Adult Psychiatry
• Residential Treatment for Adult Males
• Medication Assisted Recovery
• Ambulatory Detox
• Adult Transitional Program
• Expressive Arts Program
• Parenting Skills Development
• School Services
• After School/School Break Programming
• Early Childhood Mental Health Services

Arrowhead Behavioral HealthArrowhead Behavioral Health

Phone: 800-547-5695

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Arrowhead Behavioral Health is a private, caring, free-standing mental health treatment facility located in Maumee, OH. As a provider for behavioral health and substance abuse services in Northwest Ohio and Southeastern Michigan, we provide a continuum of care, support, and hope. Our mental health programs and addiction treatment services are for adults 18 years and older. We offer a private, confidential and non-institutional environment conducive to healing and recovery. Arrowhead Behavioral Health is committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive behavioral healthcare to those we serve.

Arrowhead provides a variety of specialized services:

  • Inpatient Acute Psychiatric Services
  • Inpatient Substance Abuse and Detoxification Treatment
  • Inpatient Dual Diagnosis (Co-occurrence of mental illness with substance abuse)
  • Suboxone Induction and Maintenance (for Opiate Dependence)
  • Outpatient Treatment
    • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
    • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
    • Relapse Prevention (Aftercare)
  • Up to 28-Day Dual-Diagnosis Rehabilitation Programs
    • Impaired Professionals Program

Counselors in our Admissions Department at Arrowhead Behavioral Health are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for mental health evaluations. For more information about our mental health programs or substance abuse treatment for yourself or a loved one, please give us a call now at 800-547-5695.

Children's Resource Center (CRC)Children’s Resource Center (CRC)

Phone: 419-352-5788

CRC IS HERE TO HELP! We are fully operating all of our services. We are offering therapy, home-based and group programs through telehealth by telephone or online. For Crisis Services, please call 419-352-7588, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please click on link for more information: CRC Still Open

Link to information for CRC Summer Coping Camp: CRC Summer Coping Camp flyer

Link to information for Parent Chat: Parent Chat Flyer June

CRC is a private, non-profit community mental health center for children, adolescents, young adults and their families. CRC is in the process of trauma informed Sanctuary Certification. We offer a complete continuum of care through the following services:

Prevention – supporting the healthy development of children birth through 5 year of age, utilizing evidence-based practices such as Incredible Years and ACT/Parents Raising Safe Kids. We also provide Suicide Prevention activities in area schools using SOS (Signs of Suicide) curriculum.

Behavioral Health Counseling – provided by licensed mental health staff, providing an assessment and treatment plan to address the needs of youth at home, school and in the community. Evidence-based practices, such as, Trauma-Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress are utilized.

Community Support – assisting children and families in their homes, schools and communities with mental health support, coordination of care and referrals to additional resources. Community support can also be provided at a higher intensive level.

Co-occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services – providing a comprehensive approach for adolescents and young adults struggling with mental health and alcohol or drug abuse.

Youth and Young Adult Services – providing youth and young adults, aged 16 – 24 support in setting and reaching goals related to education, employment and housing.

Crisis Intervention – On-call therapists are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for Wood county children, youth and their families in need of emergency mental health services.

Partial Hospitalization (Day Treatment as of 1/1/18) – offering children and adolescents opportunities to participate in a variety of group activities promoting safe decision making, social skills, problem solving, conflict resolution and positive coping strategies.

Residential Services – providing short-term care in a structured setting for children and adolescents whose behaviors may be a danger to themselves or others.

Psychiatric Services – providing psychiatric assessment and medication management for those youth in need of these services.

Educational Service Center

Phone: 419-354-9010

The Wood County Educational Service Center provides programs, services and activities that promote healthy lifestyles by empowering youth and adults to create drug-free schools and communities.


Harbor Behavioral Health

Phone: 419-352-5387


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Harbor Behavioral Health, affiliate of ProMedica, is the leading mental health provider in Northwest Ohio, serving over 23,000 individuals annually.  Harbor employs over 700 employees in 28 locations across Lucas, Wood and Defiance counties. Services include counseling, psychiatry services, alcohol and other drug assessment, prevention and treatment, developmental and behavioral pediatrics, and partial hospitalization.  The mission to improve the health and well-being of individuals and families by providing the highest quality compassionate care possible has been Harbor’s purpose for over 100 years. Harbor has been awarded Top Workplace for Greater Toledo for four consecutive years.

Connection Center:

The Connection Center is committed to creating a restorative environment for those who have had their lives disrupted by mental illness. The relationships that are formed at the Connection Center allow members to see beyond mental illness and envision a promising future.  Guests can participate in a variety of programs.

Phone: 419-354-4200

Address: 194 S. Main Street Bowling Green, Ohio 43402


NAMI: National Alliance on Mental IllnessNAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

Phone: 419-352-0626

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NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is a volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)3 grassroots national organization, founded in 1979. NAMI comprises family, friends and persons affected by a mental illness. These disorders can profoundly disrupt a person’s ability to think, feel and relate to others, which can result in diminished capacity for coping with ordinary demands on life. NAMI Wood County is your local contact agency providing support, education, compassion, hope, coping skills and advocacy to families, friends and those with mental illness. For more information, visit


Phone: 419-352-4624


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Unison Health in Bowling Green

The Unison Health facility located in Bowling Green, Ohio, ensures continuity of care for the residents of Wood County by integrating behavioral health services with effective treatment for substance abuse disorders.

The Unison Health team of licensed professionals offer the services you rely on, including:

Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Individuals receive a comprehensive mental health and addictive behavior assessment and from those results an individualized care plan is developed. The culturally diverse, professional treatment staff at Unison Health has significant expertise in the treatment of substance abuse and can offer dual diagnosis for mental health issues as well.

Outpatient Services
In addition to providing counseling for families, couples, and individuals, Unison Health also assists people with the management of their medications and their cases overall. Our licensed staff works with each client to determine the services that place him or her on the road to recovery.

Assertive Community Treatment
For people who struggle with a serious mental illness, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) provides an intensive approach to therapy that evidence shows has been highly effective in treating individuals who are at risk for decompensation. In Assertive Community Treatment, individuals who have previously experienced chronic homelessness, frequent hospitalizations and/or involvement in the criminal justice system are paired with a team of experts who are available at all times.

Group Services
Unison Health provides the people of Wood County with opportunities to engage in group settings, employing innovative approaches to therapy. The Dialectical Behavioral Skills Group empowers people to identify negative thought patters, and then take actions to change them. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy encourages mindfulness as individuals seek actions that move them toward their personal values.

We offer grief counseling for people who have lost a loved one, as well as a Changing Families group aimed at helping children process divorce and other stressful situations. In addition, Unison Health facilitates anger management groups and batterer intervention groups aimed at preventing domestic violence.

The People You Know. The Care You Deserve.

Whether it’s conquering an addiction or seeking help with depression or other behavioral health disorders, Unison Health is available 24/7 to help get you or someone you know started on the path to a better life.

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Additional Resources:

Brightview is taking new patients and will also accept patients who had their services disrupted for some reason. Walk-ins are welcome until 3:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Please click on the links below for more information.


1655 Holland Drive, Suite F

Maumee, OH 43537

833.510-HELP (4357)

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