Counseling Services

Professional Services

*The following information is a listing of some of the available services in the Lima area. The University of Northwestern Ohio Counseling Office does not make referrals.

Behavioral Access Center at St. Ritas:

(419-996-5517)

Allen County Veterans Service Commission:

(419-223-8522)

Hope Line:

(1-800-567-4673)
Free call Crisis Counseling and Referral

National Hope Line Network:

(1-800-784-2433)

Professional Psychological Associates:

3611 S. Dixie Hwy. (419-999-2024) (1-800-567-4673)


Offers substance abuse and mental health counseling Accepts insurance

Family Resource Centers:

530 S. Main (419-222-1168)
Offers substance abuse and mental health counseling Operates on a sliding fee scale (based on income)
Accepts insurance
Primarily works with individuals 18 years of age and younger
Offers crisis intervention services at no cost

Coleman Professional Services:

799 S. Main St. (419-229-2222)
Offers substance abuse and mental health counseling Operates on a sliding fee scale (based on income)

Covenant Ministry Services:

1130 W. Market St. (419-228-2070)
Offers mental health counseling Operates on a sliding fee scale (based on income)
Accepts insurance

Applied Behavioral Services:

2371 Western Ohio Ave. (419-228-4555)
Offers substance abuse and mental health counseling Accepts insurance

St. Rita's Addiction Services:

730 W. Market (419-226-9828)


Offers substance abuse treatment
Offers immediate urgent mental health assistance in ER Please call for payment details Support groups for Alzheimer's, Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, Parkinson's and more

Life Management Center:

915 W. Market (419-224-6222)


Offers anger management courses

Crossroads Crisis Center:

(419-228-4357)


Offers counseling to battered women, rape victims, and abused children Free assistance Does not have caller ID

Creative Counseling:

2653 West Elm St. (419-222-5449)


Offers counseling for mental health issues including grief and eating disorders Accepts insurance

Women, Infants, Children (WIC) Program:

940 N. Cable Rd. Suite 4 (419-224-8200) or (1-800-755-GROW)

Provides highly supplemental foods, health care referral, immunization screening and referral, and nutrition education for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, women who have a baby less than six months old, and infants and children up to five years old Call for additional eligibility requirements

Allen County Health Department

219 E. Market (419-224-8200)

Women's Preventative Healthcare Project:

300 S. Elizabeth St. (419-224-4500) or (1-800-901-9727)

Provides breast and cervical cancer screening for women Call for eligibility requirements

Samaritan House:

328 W. McKibben (419-222-4663)

Emergency shelter for women with or without children

Lima Rescue Home:

216 E. Wayne (419-224-6902)

Emergency shelter for men

Mental Health and Recovery Services:

529 S. Elizabeth St. Lima, OH 45804 (419-222-5120)

Support groups for the mentally ill on the second & fourth Tuesdays of the month at 7:30 p.m.

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill:

(614-224-2700) or (1-800-686-2646)

National Drug Information Treatment and Referral Hotline:

(1-800-662-HELP)

Dayton Suicide Prevention Center:

1110 Webster St.
Dayton, OH, 45404
(937-229-7777)

24 hours /7 days a week

St. Rita's Medical Center (Hospice):

(1-800-332-4724) or (419-226-9064)


Offers several support groups for grief

Compassionate Friends:

www.compassionatefriends.org (630-990-0010) or (1-877-969-0010)

Support for parents (and siblings) who have had children die

Baird Funeral Home:

555 N. Market St., Troy, Ohio 45373 (937-339-2602)

Offers a variety of services for grief issues

Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation:

924 North Cable (419-228-1421) or (1-800-584-9768)

HIV/AIDS Testing Sites and Information

Allen County Health Department:

219 East Market Street (419-228-4457)

Testing on Tuesdays 4:00 - 5:30 and Fridays 2:30-3:30 Also does testing for other STDs Provides birth control education

Allen County American Red Cross:

610 South Collett Street (419-227-5121)

Testing on the first Wednesday of each odd month from 10:00a.m. -12:00p.m.

Information and Referral:

Ohio AIDS Hotline 1-800-332-2437 National AIDS Hotline 1-800-342-2437 Drug Treatment Referral 1-800-662-4357

Aids Resource Center (ARC):

329 N. West St., Suite B (419-222-0827) or (1-800-252-0827)

Provides prevention, education and support services for persons infected, affected or at risk of HIV and AIDS Acts as the primary resource for persons infected with HIV/AIDS by providing case management, housing assistance, support services, education, information and referrals Provides financial assistance with housing, utilities, HIV/AIDS related health services, health insurance payment plans and HIV/AIDS related medications for those with HIV/AIDS who qualify

Meningitis Information

www.nmaus.org

 

Social Services

Goodwill Industries:

940 N. Cable (419-228-4821) 2100 Harding Hwy (419-224-0091)

Salvation Army Thrift Store:

614 E. Market (419-224-9055)

University of Northwestern Ohio Food Bank:

UNOH Housing Department (419-998-3170)

St Vincent DePaul/God Store:

105 W. Peal, Wapakoneta, Ohio (419-738-7456)

Provides one time assistance with bills, rent, and prescriptions Food pantry Call for eligibility requirements

Our Daily Bread Kitchen:

125 S. Central (419-224-2086)

West Ohio Food Bank:

1380 E. Kibby St. (419-222-7946)