The Mental Health Recovery Board Serving Warren & Clinton Counties (MHRB) has selected a new provider for crisis services starting in Fiscal Year 2021.
Butler Behavioral Health (BBH) will address crisis needs in Warren and Clinton Counties starting July 1. The organization, founded in 1948, will handle general mental health and addiction-related crisis services and mobile crisis services, and will also offer walk-in services at their Warren and Clinton County offices.
“(BBH) is no stranger to our service area,” said MHRB Executive Director Colleen Chamberlain. “It’s already been serving the people of Warren and Clinton Counties through the Mobile Response & Stabilization Services (MRSS) program, and they have responded with strong services to our communities. We look forward to our expanded partnership with BBH.”
BBH will locate their Warren County office at 212 Cook Rd. in Lebanon. A Clinton County location will be announced soon. In addition to MHRB, BBH also has contracts with mental health and addiction services boards in Butler County and Preble County.
Crisis services can be accessed using the crisis hotline phone number, (877) 695-6333.
To learn more about BBH, visit the organization’s website at www.bbhs.org.
The Mental Health Recovery Board Serving Warren & Clinton Counties (MHRBWCC) is the local board of mental health and addiction services for residents of Warren and Clinton Counties.
MHRBWCC plans, funds, monitors, and evaluates services and programs provided by various agencies that care for residents living with mental health and addiction issues.
For more information, visit mhrbwcc.org.