Dr. Tracey Skale voted as Best Psychiatrist in Cincy Magazine Best Docs 2020 issue

We are proud that Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services’ (GCBHS) Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tracey Skale has been voted as Best Psychiatrist in this year’s Best Docs issue put out by Cincy Magazine. In the same issue GCBHS was awarded as Best Non-Profit in the General Mental Health Information/Education & Hospital Based

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services January 6, 2021

GCBHS Voted Cincy Magazine Top Nonprofit in Two Categories

Cincy Magazine recently released its inaugural Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit of the Year Awards and Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services was selected in two categories: General Mental Health Information and Education & Hospital Based Outpatient Services. According to Cincy Magazine, thousands of people voted online for their favorite nonprofits in 88

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services January 6, 2021

President & CEO Jeff O'Neil selected as Leader of the Year

Published 11:49 a.m. ET Aug. 13, 2020 – Cincinnati Enquirer The company that compiles the Top Workplaces Cincinnati list for The Enquirer, Energage, identifies special or “best in show” award recipients that are chosen based on standout scores for employee responses to 11 specific survey statements. Employees rate these statements on a seven-point

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services August 18, 2020

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services Awarded Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Expansion Grant

Cincinnati, OH – Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCBHS) has been awarded a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Expansion grant by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) is a national model and will strengthen and transform how behavioral health and

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services July 10, 2020

2020 Top Workplace – Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services Offers Mental Health Help Now

This organization’s staff are stepping up to provide mental health and addiction care during  the  COVID-19 pandemic. President and CEO, Jeff O’Neil, is pictured  to the right.  Jessica Levy, for Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services Published 6:00 a.m. ET June 11, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t just a physical health crisis. It’s also

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services June 11, 2020

Hamilton County's Mental Health Court: Battling addiction, mental health issues during a pandemic – The Cincinnati Enquirer

Alexander Ralph, Special to The Cincinnati Enquirer and USA TODAY NETWORK Published 10:39 p.m. ET June 8, 2020 Maura Kiger is graduating from the Hamilton County Felony Mental Health Court program after battling major depressive disorder and opioid addiction. Photo: Sam Greene/The Enquirer Every Wednesday, Judge Jody Luebbers stands beside

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services June 10, 2020

March is Self Harm Awareness Month

To schedule an appointment with a GCBHS Couselor who works in Self Harm please call our Central Scheduling Line at 513-345-5555. (The information below is reprinted from the National Alliance on Mental Illness website: https://www.nami.org/learn-more/mental-health-conditions/related-conditions/self-harm) People often keep it a secret, but the urge to self-harm isn’t uncommon, especially in adolescents and young

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services March 2, 2020

Bethesda Inc. Awards Grant to GCBHS

bi3 Awards $1.2 Million to Integrate Community-based Mental Health and Primary Care Goal to improve health outcomes by building on existing relationships between patients and providers   CINCINNATI, OH (August 23, 2019) —bi3, Bethesda Inc.’s grantmaking initiative to transform health, announced today it is awarding a two-year, $216,144 grant to Greater

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Shared by Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services August 28, 2019

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