NAMI Butler County is dedicated to helping families and individuals dealing with mental health disorders find and utilize resources available in the community. To this end we have made local and national resource information available through this web page. Click on “Find Support”, “Family Support” or “Links” to the left (in blue) up above to get started. For further information please contact us at info@nami-bc.org.


If you have an emergency call 911.

For mental health related help and support call: Butler County Consultation and Crisis Team

CALL: 1-844-4CRISIS (1-844-427-4747)

24 hr. Hotline: Need someone to talk to? Call same phone numbers as Butler County Mobile Crisis Team numbers above. They are there to help!

Suicide Prevention Hotline:

suicidepreventionThe National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a federally funded network of local crisis centers providing suicide prevention and intervention services through a toll-free telephone number: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). For more information, visit suicidepreventionlifeline.org 

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 PRESS 1.  If you’d prefer a confidential chat to a call go to VeteransCrisisLine.net  –  The Veterans Crisis Line provides confidential help for Veterans and their families. If you’re experiencing emotional distress or thoughts of suicide, or know a veteran in crisis, the Veterans Crisis Line can help.

Butler County Mental Health Board: Go to www.bcmhb.org to download their comprehensive list of services.

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center: If your child is in crisis and needs immediate assistance call the Psychiatric Intake Response Center at 513-636-4124. This number can also be used to arrange for counseling, for routine questions about your child’s mental health problems or for professional referrals. Cincinnati Children’s offers both

Cincinnati Children’s Emergency Room Locations:

Burnett Campus, 3333 Burnett Ave. in Cincinnati (513)636-4124

Liberty Campus, 7777 Yankee Road, Liberty Township (513)803-9307.

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital also offers a Surviving the Teens/Suicide Prevention Program  providing support for families and teens during challenging times. For more information see their web site at cincinnatichildrens.org/psychiatry.

mha254For additional information:
513-721-2910 ext.12  –  Mental Health America of Southwest Ohio