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Local System of Care

The local system of care is a comprehensive network of community-based services and supports organized to meet the needs of individuals and their family members to effectively address behavioral health issues.

The Mental Health and Recovery Board funds programs and services delivered through many provider agencies. If you are looking for help for a mental health or addiction concern, please contact the agencies below if you are seeking assistance.

Belmont County Student Services

349 35th Street
Bellaire, OH 43906
(740) 676-4815 Ext. 8

Student Services is a school-based agency that provides prevention, early intervention, and support services in Belmont County Schools.  These services are designed to help students develop skills to succeed in school, and lead healthy, productive, positive lives.  These goals are accomplished through classroom education programs, presentations, small education groups, student support programs, and referral services for students who may be in need of counseling or other community services.  All of our services are free and available to any student who attends school in any of the districts with which Student Services has a contract.


Cedar Ridge Behavioral Solutions


118 West Main Street
St. Clairsville, OH 43950

(855) 692-7247


Here at Cedar Ridge Behavioral Health Solutions (CRBHS), we are committed to enriching the lives of individuals and families throughout Central and Southeastern Ohio. Our highly-qualified and caring therapists are dedicated to providing each individual we serve with the best possible opportunity to reach his or her full potential.

Unlike many other outpatient behavioral health providers who commonly rely upon traditional office-based therapy, CRBHS also delivers services within the community to best meet the unique needs of our clients. Acknowledging the environmental influences on emotional and behavioral development, CRBHS therapists offer services in the comfort of your own home, or the convenience of your child’s school while ensuring that privacy and confidentiality are maintained.

Problems that many of our clients face on a day-to-day basis that require our attention include: Low Self-Esteem, Depression, Attention Difficulties, Hyperactivity, Classroom Defiance, Skipping School, School Work Deterioration, Suspension or Expulsion, Victims or Perpetrators of Bullying, Victims or Witnesses of Trauma, Survivors of the Loss of a Parent, Children/Teens of Divorced Parents, Self-Harming, Easily Irritated, Running Away, and Substance Abuse to name a few. If you or loved one experience any of these symptoms or any other emotional/behavioral issues, contact CRBHS today to speak to a professional. 

Coleman Professional Services, Inc.


740 N 6th Ave.
Steubenville, Ohio 43952-1844
(330) 673-1347
(330) 678-3677

Coleman is a non-profit mental health & addiction recovery organization serving more than 18 counties across Ohio. We offer programs for individuals diagnosed with mental & physical disabilities.

At Coleman, we: Foster recovery through such services as crisis stabilization, counseling, psychiatry, and case management Build independence by helping clients who need adult day services, supportive residential services or permanent housing placement Change destinies by assisting clients to secure competitive, community employment that matches their abilities

Nami Ohio

1225 Dublin Rd #125,
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 224-2700
(614) 224-5400

NAMI Ohio (National Alliance on Mental Illness of Ohio) was created in 1982 by a small, dedicated group of family members to provide mutual support, education, and advocacy for individuals and families affected by serious brain disorders. Over the years, our membership has expanded to include family members, mental health consumers and providers, community mental health boards, mental health organizations, and other supporters.

As a grassroots organization advocating for mental health issues, NAMI Ohio has an outstanding history of affecting public policy and legislation regarding care and resources for persons with serious mental illness. NAMI Ohio members testify before the General Assembly, educate business and education leaders, and sit on state planning and advisory committees, Community Mental Health Boards, and various task forces. NAMI Ohio’s network of 39 local affiliates, serving most of Ohio’s counties, plays an active role providing support, education, and advocacy on a local level.


Southeast Healthcare
St. Clairsville
68353 Bannock Road
St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950
(740) 695–9344
(740) 695–7787

Southeast Cadiz
241 S. Main St
Cadiz, OH 43907
(740) 942-4905

Martins Ferry
301 Walnut Street
Martins Ferry, OH 43936
(740) 633-2161

37990 Airport Rd
Woodsfield Ohio 43793
(740) 472-0753


Southeast, Inc. of Belmont, Harrison and Monroe Counties provides consumer oriented services, including outpatient counseling for adults and children, crisis intervention, community psychiatric support (case management), medication management, children’s partial program, and primary care services.
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Tri-County Help Center, Inc.
24 Crisis Line- (740) 695-5441

Belmont Co.
104 ½ North Marietta Street
St. Clairsville, Ohio 43950
Phone: (740) 695-5441

Monroe Co.
117 North Main Street
Woodsfield, Ohio 43793
Phone: (740) 472-0255

Harrison Co.
109 West Warren Street
Cadiz, Ohio 43907
Phone: (740) 942-1018

Tri-County Help Center is a trauma informed, mental health agency that specializes in working with victims/survivors of violence. Our mental health recovery program believes in a client directed recovery process and recognizes the need for hope, meaningful activities, spirituality, cultural understanding, education and socialization.

We provide individual counseling, group counseling, support groups, case management, psychiatric services, legal advocacy, and a domestic abuse intervention program (DAIP). We also offer a 24 hour emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.  At this shelter, one can receive support, linkage to needed recourses, legal advocacy, safety planning, and case management.

Victims/survivors of sexual assault can receive support through the work of a trauma-informed advocate. This advocacy includes emotional support, accompaniment to law enforcement interviews and medical care, connection to counseling services, accompaniment to court, safety planning, and assistance with other issues associated with assault. Advocated can also help survivors fill out paperwork for victim compensation and VINE.  This program is funded through s grant from the Attorney General’s Office.

Tri-County offers community education and prevention and an internship program.




67925 Bayberry Dr., Ste A
St. Clairsville, OH 43950
Phone: (740) 526-0204
Fax: (740) 526-0207

The Village Network is a multi-discipline inpatient and outpatient behavioral health organization helping the citizens of Ohio at multiple locations with outpatient clinics,  residential, day treatment, treatment foster care, respite care, court intervention, alternative schooling and adoption services.

Our mission is to work in partnerships that will empower clients to build brighter futures.

The Village Network provides residential treatment services for at-risk youth and families recovering from abuse & neglect. Foster Care services are provided for boys and girls who deserve a loving family. In-Home Services for family preservation and mental health, respite care, and licensing of foster parents.

The Village Network received the NMT Flagship Site status by the Child Trauma Academy in Houston, TX. At this time, TVN is the only organization in the state to be certified in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics and one of only eight internationally implementing NMT and training other organizations to use it.

crossroads Crossroads Counseling Services, Inc.www.cxroadscounseling.com

Central Office
PO Box 118
255 W. Main St.
St. Clairsville, OH 43950
(740) 695-9447
Fax: (740) 695-8895

Belmont County
Chase Building
3201 Belmont St.
Suite 516
Bellaire, OH 43906
(740) 676-5741

Monroe County Clinic
PO Box 613
117 N. Main Street
Suite 44 (4th Floor)
Woodsfield, OH  43793
(740) 472-5333

Harrison County Location
239 E. Warren St.
Cadiz, OH  43907
(740) 942-2891

Our primary treatment approach at Crossroads Counseling Services is through outpatient programs including individual, group, and family counseling. We provide these counseling services to individuals who may need treatment for their own substance abuse issues, and to those individuals and families who are negatively affected by the problems associated with someone else’s abuse, dependency, or addiction. We also provide treatment for other addictions and related issues such as eating disorders, compulsive gambling, anger control, and dual diagnoses.

When an individual makes the important decision to come to Crossroads Counseling Services, it is the agency’s goal to provide the treatment most beneficial to that person’s needs. Each person presenting for services will receive an initial evaluation to determine the type and extent of his/her problem as well as an individualized treatment plan that will outline the treatment process. The person may then be offered one or more of a variety of counseling services, whichever will most effectively help the person achieve his/her goals in treatment. You can find descriptions of our many treatment programs on this page.

Our goal is to provide a comprehensive range of treatment that will be effective while also providing easy access. In this way, we can help people maintain their work, family, and/or school lifestyle as much as possible.