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Samaritan Behavioral Health, Incorporated

Dayton, Ohio
937.734.8333
937.734.8336 (fax)

Eaton, Ohio
937.456.1915

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Samaritan CrisisCare – Preble County

police helping teenSamaritan Behavioral Health – Preble County offers a full range of mental health services. These services include mental health assessments and counseling, case management, psychiatry and crisis intervention.

The crisis intervention services provided in
Preble County include:

  • Hotline – 24-hour crisis intervention phone line that consists of suicide prevention and crisis counseling.
  • Warmline – Non-crisis telephone counseling 24 hours a day.
  • Screening & Triage – Evaluation of crisis needs with follow-up recommendations for service.
  • Emergency Walk-ins – Face-to-face crisis intervention.
  • Pre-Hospital Screening – Conducts all Preble County evaluations for involuntary psychiatric commitments.
  • Mobile Crisis Services – Crisis intervention services provided at residences and/or in the community for those who are at risk of harm to themselves or others.
  • Crisis Counseling – Provides individual counseling up to a maximum of three sessions for acute stabilization.

Our staff includes a broad range of mental health and substance abuse professionals, including:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Licensed Counselors and Social Workers
  • Registered Nurses

Reference Web Sites:

To talk to someone if you are experiencing a crisis, call (866) 532-3097. To talk to someone if you are experience a crisis between 9 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday, call (937) 456-1915.

To schedule an initial assessment, call (800) 453-3386.

 

 


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SBHI is partially funded by the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board for Montgomery County
and the Preble County Mental Health and Recovery Board.