Links to National Helplines
Clermont County Crisis Hotline
Start a conversation
Video talking about signs and symptoms of stress and showing recovery is possible!
National Center for PTSD Resources
Code 9: Making first responder mental health a priority
Responder Support has web-based clinical support
Trauma and Compassion Fatigue
Vicarious Trauma Tool Kitincludes tools and resources for first responder organizations to understand and mitigate the potentially negative effects of trauma exposure by becoming vicarious trauma-informed.
Is it burnout or compassion fatigue?A discussion about the differences, common signs and symptoms and when to seek help.
Grieving Behind the Badge is a web-based resource changing how first responders and their families deal with grief.
Providers that take insurance
TriHealth EAP 513-891-1627
UC Stress Center 513-558-5872
Call your insurance carrier for local providers
Fee for Service
Thrive Therapy-Mental health provider with experience treating first responders and veterans
Sabrina N Mignerey, LPC(Mark Pruden and Associates)
Reduced rates for Veterans and First Responders
Offers EMDR, outdoor and equine based approaches
Tristate Veterans Community Alliance 513-845-6822
Clermont County Veterans Services 513-861-3100
FOP of Ohio Critical Incident Response Service 1-800-367-6524
ERIN First Responder AA Closed Meeting
Monday through Friday 12:00 pm
St. Xavier Church
We are a peer operated organization that provides recovery-oriented services that include social support, learning opportunities, leadership training and creative expression.
HOPE Community Center
4 Cecelia Drive
Amelia, OH 45102
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”Coming here changed my life. I never thought I would be able to finish a class or lead a group. Now I am doing those things and I am showing others how to do that too.”
– Male, 33