One Eighty

For Immediate Release 03/27/2020

Christy VanSickle                                                                                             

vansicklec@one-eighty.org

330.804.4402

www.one-eighty.org

OneEighty COVID-19 Response

 

OneEighty remains open and well equipped to assist clients with mental health, recovery treatment, or safety from a domestic violence or sexual assault situation. We have advised our staff, where appropriate, to offer telehealth (via telephone or video chats) to their clients as an option for continued services. The agency will continue to provide the following resources to the community:

  • The Emergency Shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children remains open.

  • Residential treatment facilities are open and accepting new clients.

  • Victim Advocacy, a service to assist individuals dealing with a domestic violence and/or sexual assault situations, are scheduling appointments Monday- Friday between 8am-5pm. Please call 330.263.1020.

  • The 24-hour domestic violence and sexual assault hotline is available: 800.686.1122.

  • Mental health counseling and counseling/support services for individuals dealing with domestic violence and/or sexual assault, substance abuse and addiction are available.  Mental Health Crisis Line: 330.264.9029 (provided by The Counseling Center of Wayne and Holmes Counties)

  • A 24-Hour Treatment Navigator phone number with a trained clinician is available to assist you or someone you know who is encountering a substance abuse crisis. Please call 330.466.0678.

  • Certified Peer Recovery supporters trained to help others navigating the road to recovery are available at the Peer Recovery 24-Hour Hotline. Please call 330.464.1423.

  • Homeless service and risk of being homeless services are available.

OneEighty’s Main Office and Millersburg locations will be operating on a modified schedule. During specific hours, clients who prefer to be seen in person will have access to most services. Guidelines have been established to protect the health and well-being of both our clients and are staff. Please call our main office at 330.264.8498 for more information or to make an appointment. Our website is the best resource for the most current information: www.one-eighty.org.

 

NAMI Wayne and Holmes Counties offices and the MOCA House Program are temporarily closed due to the COVID 19 crisis. Our staff will be available to answer the phones and respond to emails between the hours of 11:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this difficult time. Our Recovery Aides are diligently reaching out to Peers via telephone. If you need to talk to someone for support call us at 330-264-1590.

 

If you are in a mental health crisis, feeling suicidal, or wanting to hurt yourself or another, please call the mental health crisis line: 330-264-9029 or 911. It is advised that you not go to the emergency room before calling first.

 

Please visit our website for changes we have made to the date of our WALK  / 5K for Wellness and any of our events. www.namiwayneholmes.org.

NAMI Wayne and Holmes Counties

For Immediate Release

March 18, 2020

From the desk of Helen Walkerly, Executive Director

NAMI Wayne and Holmes Counties

 

 

NAMI Wayne and Holmes Counties offices and the MOCA House Program are temporarily closed due to the COVID 19 crisis. Our staff will be available to answer the phones and respond to emails between the hours of 11:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this difficult time. Our Recovery Aides are diligently reaching out to Peers via telephone. If you need to talk to someone for support call us at 330-264-1590.

 

If you are in a mental health crisis, feeling suicidal, or wanting to hurt yourself or another, please call the mental health crisis line: 330-264-9029 or 911. It is advised that you not go to the emergency room before calling first.

 

Please visit our website for changes we have made to the date of our WALK  / 5K for Wellness and any of our events. www.namiwayneholmes.org.

Mental Health and Recovery Board of Wayne and Holmes Counties

March 18, 2020

Continue to Access Treatment - Agencies Still Open & Available

The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services has made adjustments to enable providers to continue mental health counseling, addiction treatment, and even crisis services. We will be providing more details as they become available. In summary - please don't assume services aren't available at this time. Contact your provider to learn about your options. In some cases, you can access services without leaving your home by using cell phones, landlines, and video chat.

The crisis text line is always available by texting HOME to 741741

A client seeking first-time services or a client currently in treatment may receive and continue services in their own home.

If you have symptoms of the virus, you should call your provider before your appointment to identify the best course of action.

All present clients, including people receiving Medication Assisted Treatment, may receive their medications upon coordination with the provider.

Psychiatric patients may continue treatment, including potential telepsychiatry.

Residential facilities are closed to outside visitors. Please contact the facility directly with questions. 

 

A list of MHRB Funded Partner Agencies and Contact Information can be found here: https://www.whmhrb.org/find-help-funded-partner-agencies

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