The Coalition for Children's Mental Health, based in Hudson, Ohio, is dedicated to increasing awareness of mental illnesses among children and adolescents. Our goal is to promote early intervention and to prevent the physical, emotional and social consequences of the failure to treat mental illnesses. By encouraging the entire community to support youth who suffer from these disorders, along with their families, the Coalition works to reduce stigma and increase understanding and treatment of these disorders, often referred to as mental illnesses. The Coalition consists of a wide range of organizations and concerned individuals and families, who volunteer their time to make a difference in the lives of children who are experiencing or are at increased risk for behavioral or emotional disorders.
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"This website is maintained by CCMH for the purpose of creating awareness of mental illnesses among children and adolescents and to provide education and information for the community. This website is to be used for informational purposes only and should not be used to replace professional medical advice. It is best to seek advice and attention from your physician or qualified healthcare professional. Always consult your physician before beginning a new treatment, diet, or fitness program. The identification of any individual or entity providing healthcare of any kind does not constitute an endorsement or promotion of that individual or entity. CCMH makes no representations as to whether the information provided is fit for a particular use, nor does CCMH endorse or promote any entity or individual identified in the information. CCMH disclaims any liability or responsibility for errors or omissions contained therein."
If you are experiencing an emotional crisis,you can call the mobile crisis hotline at 216-623-6888 or call #211.
If it is an emergency, do not hesitate to call #911.