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Finding Help

If you or a family member is experiencing a mental health or an alcohol or other drug-related emergency, seek immediate assistance by calling the 24-hour Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Crisis, Information and Referral Hotline, (216) 623-6888, or the United Way's First Call for Help, 211 or (216) 436-2000.  

For information about alcohol and other drug and/or mental health service providers within the ADAMHS Board system of care, please view the 
2018 Provider Network Guide Chart, or click on the tabs at the left.

Family Education & Support Group Program Schedule


Location: MetroHealth-Parma Medical Center, 12301 Snow Road, Parma, Ohio 44130
Every Saturday, August 4 - December 29, 2018 from 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

The goal of The Education Group is to provide participants with basic information that will assist them in making healthy choices for themselves and those they love. The Education Group meets from 12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.

The Family Support Group is designed and conducted primarily for parents, spouses and other family members who are concerned about a loved one’s harmful use of alcohol or other drugs. It is not a 12-step community based self-help group. The Family Support Group provides a structured, caring environment for individuals seeking support for making healthier choices for themselves and those they love. Participants are free to share their common strength and hope through their past and present experiences, without fear of reprisal, judgment or negative feedback.
The Family Support Group meets from 1:45 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. or immediately after the Education Group.

Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare Family Transportation

If you are a family member of a consumer staying in the Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare (NCBH) State Hospital in Northfield and need transportation to visit your loved one, NCBH has contracted with GLF Transportation to provide a shuttle service to and from the hospital corresponding with visiting hours, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. If you need special arrangements, please contact your family member's treatment team for other options. 
Click here to download a brochure with the shuttle schedule, pick-up locations and other details.

Transitional Youth Housing Program

The Transitional Youth Housing Program (TYHP) is a housing program developed to support young adults, ages 18 - 25 years old, in gaining independent living skills and self-sufficiency through a non-clinical peer support model with the ultimate goal of permanent housing. This program is funded by the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County, and peer support services are contracted with Life Exchange Center (LEC), a peer-run operated organization

Transitional Youth Housing Program Information Sheet

Transitional Youth Housing Referral Form
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