Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Information & Resources

MHRSB Operations 

Consistent with the Ohio Governor DeWine Stay at Home order to restrict spread of the COVID-19, the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services office is closed until further notice.   Staff, who are working remotely, check voicemail daily and can be contacted via email.  Click here for staff contact information.

All in-person training events scheduled for April or May have been cancelled.   MHRSB staff are conducting meetings online.  Likewise, the Board of Director Meetings will be held online during the pandemic.  The public can view Board meetings live on the MHRSB Facebook page.

Accessing Services 

Hamilton County MHRSB contract agencies continue to provide behavioral health services, many via telehealth to protect the well being of clients, family members, and staff.  Please visit a provider websites to learn more about the services, hours and locations that are currently available.  Click here for a Provider Directory.


If you or someone you care about is experiencing increased distress due to COVID-19, the following support is available to Hamilton County Residents:

Crisis Services

Mental Health Access Point for assistance with accessing mental health services

Recovery Health Access Center for assistance with accessing addiction services


Other Resources:

Hamilton County Public Health

Ohio COVID-19 page

County leaders: don’t suffer in silence, resources are available

Resources to Help During COVID-19 in Hamilton County

Center for Disease Control (CDC

Coping With Stress During the 2019 nCoV Outbreak

Ohio Department of Health: Flatten the Curve Video

Tips For Social Distancing, Quarantine, And Isolation During An Infectious Disease Outbreak

Mental Health and Coping During COVID=19 (CDC)

Talking About the Coronavirus With Children. How should you discuss the new coronavirus with your students? 

Talking with children about Coronavirus Disease 2019

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