Counseling / Mental Health
Solutions for Children, Youth and Families
Counseling & Outpatient Services, School-based counseling, Group Counseling, Psychiatry, Residential Treatment, Foster Care & Adoption, and The Gerson School.
The Jones Campus
3518 West 25th Street
Cleveland, OH 44109
Children’s Aid Society Campus & The Gerson School
10427 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44102
Cleveland Christian Home annually provides hope and healing to approximately 900 children, youth and families who are struggling with mental illness, abuse and neglect, including:
- Children who have been physically, emotionally or sexually abused
- Children who have been neglected
- Children who are struggling with emotional and behavioral disturbances
- At risk children in the Cleveland Metropolitan Schools and charter schools
- Adolescents at risk for juvenile delinquency or involved with the juvenile courts
- Families at risk for child-abuse or neglect, or that are in danger of breaking apart
- Families that are reuniting after their children have been in protective custody
At OhioGuidestone, we believe that every individual and community is unique and that their needs are different. Because of this, we’ve created flexible, customized programs designed to help children, families and communities, especially those in need. Our innovative, comprehensive programs preserve family relationships, help make children and families more self-sufficient and reduce clients’ need for future social service or court interventions. They are focused on making a positive, lasting, measurable difference in the lives and communities we serve. At OhioGuidestone, we strive to provide a 360o support network. Learn more about our programs or services here:
Our Programs and Services
Assessment, Counseling and Therapy Service appointment requests can be made Monday through Friday by calling 216-267-7070. Appointments can be arranged for daytime or early evening hours, Monday through Friday. Weekend hours may be arranged on a case-by-case basis.
The Northern Ohio Recovery Association (NORA), a behavioral health prevention and peer recovery support organization, has been awarded 1.6 Million to increase its capacity to provide medication assisted treatment using methadone, buprenorphine/naloxone products and injectable naltrexone to adults for the maintenance treatment of opioid use disorders in Northern Ohio (Cuyahoga, Lorain, Erie and Ottawa Counties) and to combine this treatment with comprehensive opiate use disorder psychosocial services driven by Recovery Support Services to continue its work to increase Northern Ohio’s efforts to improve the accessibility and effectiveness of treatment services and recovery supports for adults who have an opiate use disorder and/or co-occurring mental health disorders. The Recovery from Opiates through Peer Empowerment (ROPE) Project will target adults over the age of 18 years with primary opiate use disorders and/or co-occurring opiate use and mental health disorders who have received detoxification services from detox centers and hospitals and are in need of maintenance treatment. In addition , the project will link participants to HIV related services, primary healthcare, recovery housing and telehealth/electronic services.
Founded in 1973 Pathway is a non-profit social service agency. Our mission is to empower children and families to realize their potential and achieve the possibilities of their lives through innovative mental health, foster care, and adoption services.
Our licensed mental health therapists and clinical social workers can assist children, families, and individuals experiencing a wide range of difficulties. These can include depression and anxiety, behavioral issues, ADHD, social and peer relationships, trauma, grief or loss, and stresses related to everyday life. We are committed to forming an individualized plan that may include individual or group therapy, support groups, or case management in an effort to bring about positive change and growth.