OhioGuidestone is built on a solid foundation of experience and expertise - rooted in faith and a legacy of serving children and families in need for over 150 years. Our programs serve the most vulnerable individuals in our community.Our Franklin County office opened in January 2008 (location and directions). We are a diverse organization, dedicated to strengthening children, families and communities. We accept Medicare and Medicaid in addition to Medical Mutual and Anthem insurances. Learn more by calling 440.260.8300.
Recovery 360 offers a continuum of addiction treatment services to adults and adolescents both in the office and in the home/community. A focus of treatment is developing sober support during the beginning of the recovery process. When needed, clients are linked with medication assisted treatment and psychiatry.
Our counseling services offer personalized, professional support to children, adolescents, adults and families in the home or community setting that is most convenient and comfortable for them. We address a variety of issues including parent-child conflict, anxiety and stress management, depression, grief and loss, oppositional and attention problems, abuse victimization and other mental health concerns. Our therapists are masters’ level professionals licensed by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board. Go here to for more information.
Youth mentors provide a positive role model for youth with behavioral disorders. Youth learn to understand and communicate their feelings, build friendships, problem solve and develop new skills. Mentors help youth become engaged in positive, local activities that build on their strengths and enhance self esteem.
Parent mentors teach age-appropriate expectations and discipline techniques, and organizational skills such as housekeeping, menu planning and money and time management. Mentors also serve as a sounding board for parents to discuss concerns and new ideas.
When our youngest clients display emotional disturbances, behavioral difficulties or adjustment problems, our Early Childhood Mental Health program intervenes to address the needs of children ages 0-6 years. The program offers a specialized, community-based treatment approach that strengthens the child’s mental health by building a relationship between parent and child. Treatment is held in comfortable, familiar environments for the family, including home and school environments. Go here for more information.
Our maternal depression counseling services offers mental health screening and assessment, as well as individual counseling services to support pregnant women and new mothers. Our experienced mental health professionals help pregnant and postpartum women struggling with depression or anxiety as a result of the recent changes in their lives through mental health assessment and individual counseling. Our staff can also offer links and referrals to a variety of other support services, including family counseling. Go here for more information.
Psychiatric services include an assessment that addresses the individual’s psychosocial history, educational background, skills and interests, behavioral issues, and personal, social and emotional functioning. This results in a comprehensive mental health diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Clients are evaluated and receive ongoing treatment and medication management by a mental health nurse and a psychiatrist.