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Behavioral health and general well-being depend greatly on people's habits, lifestyle and sense of community. That's why we always work on things like safe & affordable housing, employment, education and access to primary care.
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Adult Services
Youth Services

Community Behavioral Health Work

Community Behavioral Health Workers (CBHW) are members of a community and part of a team working to promote the health and well-being of all. CBHW’s work alongside those we serve to address issues related to mental health, substance use, poverty, marginalization, and other health crisis facing our region.


ISBH has a team of counselors available to help with any mental health and/or substance use concerns. Our integrative approach focuses on managing challenges related to mental health, processing trauma, moderating risky behaviors, and other concerns brought to us by those we serve in a holistic way that is tailored to meet each person’s unique needs. Counseling is available in the home setting, in office or through telehealth to make sure those we serve have access to the support they need.

Family Counseling

At ISBH, we believe that the family unit is an integral part of an individual's overall wellbeing and happiness. We understand that family dynamics can sometimes be complex and challenging, which is why we offer a variety of therapeutic services to help families navigate these challenges and strengthen their relationships with one another. Our team of skilled and compassionate therapists are trained in a range of techniques and approaches that are tailored to the specific needs of each family.

Groundworks Recovery Housing

Groundwork Residences of Vinton County is composed of two Level II Ohio Recovery Housing-Certified sites in McArthur, OH. Level II Recovery Housing is a safe and substance-free, supportive housing program for women and women with children. This program has a focus on women who are currently in recovery and could benefit from stable housing and additional wrap-around services. Our team works alongside residents to assure our spaces are safe, home-like and that residents are connected with resources that support them in reaching their goals.

Homelessness Assistance

ISBH follows a housing-first model, providing a range of supportive services to help individuals who are experiencing homelessness find and maintain housing. At ISBH we believe that safe and affordable housing is one of the key components of recovery and healing for those we serve. ISBH also has a Community Development team that is focused on the development and preservation of permanent supportive, transitional, and affordable housing options. The specific housing services available can vary by county. To learn more about the programs available in your area, please contact your local ISBH county office.

Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

Medications for Opioid Use Disorder program utilizes medication to help those we serve manage their cravings and withdrawal symptoms as they work through their personal recovery process. In addition to traditional, office-based services, we also recognize that many individuals face barriers in attending office-based appointments, we also offer support through telehealth and home-based appointments.

New Beginnings Studio & Home Away from Home

The Athens-Hocking-Vinton 317 Board funds the New Beginnings Studio and Home Away from Home Programs, which offer a warm and welcoming environment for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness in Hocking and Vinton counties. The programs provide daily encouragement and support and foster connections with others. Participants can enjoy a range of amenities, including lunch, nutritional support, creative programs, field trips, hygiene resources, and basic social service supports. Attendance is open to all, and individuals do not need to be ISBH clients to participate.

Peer Support

At Integrated Services, we believe that sharing lived experiences allow individuals to feel understood, connected, and empowered to make positive changes in their lives. Our mission is to create strong communities by lifting up the value of lived experiences between our team and the people we serve. Peer support is one of the ways that we do that.


ISBH Psychiatry services are provided by compassionate psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and specially trained registered nurses who focus on the use of medications to treat mental health conditions. These conditions can include anxiety, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and addiction, among others.

Substance Use Treatment

At ISBH, we follow a harm reduction model in our approach to substance use treatment and support services. We believe that this approach is the most effective way to minimize the negative consequences and harm that may result from substance use, and to support individuals who may be struggling with addiction or other challenges. Our harm reduction programs are designed to provide support, resources, and education to people without judgment or condemnation. We believe that this approach promotes a sense of dignity and respect for all individuals and helps to create a more inclusive and compassionate community.

Help Me Grow

The Help Me Grow Home Visiting program is a voluntary, home-based program offered at no cost to your family. Our home visitors are well-trained professionals who use a compassionate approach that offers information and support during pregnancy, and empowers you as the parent with skills, tools, and confidence to nurture the healthy growth of your child through the earliest years – a critical time of development.


What is IHBT? Intensive Home-Based Treatment (IHBT) is an evidence-based treatment model designed to address the needs of youth experiencing serious mental health concerns. The primary goal of IHBT is to prevent out-of-home placement or to assist youth in returning home from placements such as inpatient hospitalization or residential treatment. What is I-FAST? Integrated Family and Systems Treatment (I-FAST) is an evidence-supported family treatment model applicable to a wide range of child and adolescent mental health diagnoses. I-FAST is used at various levels of care, including Intensive Home-Based Treatment, focusing on specific symptoms and problems identified by families.

Mary Hill Youth & Family Center

Mary Hill Youth and Family Center (MHYFC) is a Class 1, QRTP-Qualified Residential Treatment Program licensed by Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMAS). We believe that family/kin involvement is the key to the success of each of the youth we serve. That is why our therapeutic interventions are designed to include the youth and all those on the family team.

OhioRISE Care Coordination

As a Care Management Entity for OhioRISE, ISBH has a team of compassionate and dedicated Care Coordinators who come alongside families to assure that the family voice is heard and lifted up. Our Care Coordinators will support families as they navigate the system of care and services available to youth with complex behavioral health conditions.


We believe that the well-being of students is of the utmost importance. That's why we offer a variety of behavioral health services to support the behavioral well-being of youth. Our team of trained professionals are dedicated to helping students succeed in the school environment. We offer a range of services, including individual and group counseling, parent education, and support for students struggling with mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, and trauma. Our services are offered on-site at the school, making it convenient and accessible for students and families.

The Hive

The HIVE is a unique, supportive, and welcoming place for Nelsonville youth to hang out, have fun and enjoy a wide range of constructive activities for kids and young adults. For youth, we encourage creative play time and offer a range of activities like arts & crafts, lego challenge, outdoor adventures, bingo, ukulele lessons, pool tournaments, and frequent field trips. Books, magazines and computers are always available for learning and healthy fun. Older youth serve as mentors, enjoy good company with each other and join in events throughout the community.

The Roweton School

At the Roweton School, we believe in a holistic approach to education for students with challenging behavioral issues. Our program is designed to address the unique needs of each student, considering their physical, emotional, and social well-being. At The Roweton School, we understand that students with behavioral challenges often have underlying issues that contribute to their behavior. These issues may include trauma, stress, anxiety, or developmental delays. By addressing these underlying issues, we can help students develop healthy coping mechanisms and improve their overall well-being.

Youth Day Treatment

ISBH day treatment is an intensive program that serves youth who are struggling in the home and/or school setting. These intensive services are designed to support young people in getting the support and treatment they need with the least disruption to their daily routines. During day treatment, individuals participate in group and individual therapy sessions, as well as activities and workshops designed to help them improve their mental and emotional wellbeing. These sessions may focus on topics such as coping skills, communication, stress management, and conflict resolution. Youth and families served through the day treatment programs will also be linked to in-home supports as needed.

Youth Risk Management

The Youth Risk Management program is delivered 365 days a year and provides support to enrolled youth and families after hours and during weekends. The program is designed to engage youth and families with proactive interventions when a youth in the home is struggling with complex behavioral health concerns that can lead to unsafe or risky behaviors. Risk Managers working with the family will plan therapeutic actives to reduce the risk of a crisis and are also available to respond in person when a crisis is occurring to reduce the need for ER visits, police involvement or hospitalization.

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