Talbert House’s mission is to improve social behavior and enhance personal recovery and growth.
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- 513-221-HELP (4357) for more information or to schedule an appointment.
- 513-281-CARE (2273) or text Talbert to 839863 if in crisis or in need of immediate assistance. Available 24 hours-a-day.
The following is sample of Talbert House's programs and services. Visit their website for more information.
Adolescent Substance Abuse Outpatient
Adolescent Substance Abuse Outpatient is a non-residential treatment program providing assessment and treatment for adolescents (ages 12-17) whose primary diagnosis is a substance use disorder. Services include individual and family counseling, group counseling and case management.
Adult Substance Abuse Services
This program provides comprehensive chemical dependency assessment and treatment options to men and women who are best served in an outpatient setting. Services include individual and group counseling, intensive outpatient group services, continuing care, and random drug testing. Supportive services may include family and culturally specific counseling, employment readiness, and referrals to other needed services. Adult Services also provides outpatient services to clients dually diagnosed with mental illness and substance abuse issues and housing case management to clients in the Shelter Plus Care Program. (See the Hamilton County Court Guide as a PDF)
Alcohol and Drug Addiction Partnership Treatment (ADAPT) for Men and Women
The comprehensive residential and outpatient program provides assessment, treatment, and reintegration services for drug and alcohol addicted adults charged with drug-driven felony offenses through the Hamilton County Drug Court. Services include chemical dependency education and treatment, criminality/behavior modification, frequent and random drug testing, vocational/educational services, family counseling, and a variety of supportive services. This program is offered through a partnership between Talbert House, Central Community Health Board, First Step Home, and Prospect House. (See this program’s FAQ’s as a PDF)
Alternatives is a treatment program providing assessment and treatment exclusively for adolescent males ages 12-17. The goal is to provide gender-specific treatment for adolescent males by using a cognitive-behavioral approach to address issues of substance abuse, criminality, victimization, grief, anger, and family dysfunction. Alternatives offers residential care, intensive outpatient, aftercare, and drug education groups.
The Bridge is a residential facility designed to provide assessment, treatment, and reintegration programming to adolescent males ages 12-17 experiencing difficulty with daily functioning due to mental/behavioral health issues. The program is dedicated to providing the highest quality service in the least restrictive environment possible. Services include individual, group, and family therapy. In addition, psychiatric and nursing services are available to each client.
Brown County Recovery Services
Brown County Recovery Services offers a broad range of substance abuse services and mental health assessment, treatment, and prevention services to the children, adolescents, adults, and families of Brown County and surrounding areas. The program works in collaboration with the educational and criminal justice systems, the county Department of Job and Family Services, and the medical community to provide individualized services and promote healthy behaviors and improve life skills within families, schools and the community.
Community Correctional Center (CCC)
A Community Based Correctional Facility (CBCF) located in Warren County, CCC has provided residential assessment, treatment, and reintegration programming for adult male felony offenders from Butler, Clermont, and Warren Counties since 1995.
Community Link is a welfare-to-work program that provides coordinated services to Ohio Works First (OWF) recipients in order to facilitate their transition to work placement and self-sufficiency. Community Link is a collaboration of the following agencies: Talbert House, Easter Seals Work Resource Center, Recovery Link Inc. and the Alcoholism Council. Other agencies working with the collaboration are Jewish Vocational Services, Crossroads and Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health.
Cornerstone is a community corrections program for federal and state offenders that offers assessment, treatment, and reintegration for adult male ex-offenders in a residential setting. Services include case management, chemical dependency treatment, criminality/behavior modification, restitution and child support, frequent and random drug testing, education, employment readiness, verified and monitored community employment, and a variety of supportive activities.
This community corrections program provides treatment and reintegration services to Hamilton County probationers. Using a cognitive-behavioral approach, the program ensures a high level of accountability through targeted interventions. The program is a partnership with the Hamilton County Courts. Services are coordinated through a treatment team that include monitoring, daily reporting, substance abuse treatment, random drug screens, risk/needs assessment, and life skills training. Job search assistance, educational services and financial management services are available.
Driver Intervention Program (DIP)
Certified by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS), DIP provides prevention and assessment within a jail alternative setting for first-time DUI offenders in the state of Ohio. The program is designed to reduce the likelihood of repeated DUI behavior and runs every weekend, Thursday evening through Sunday afternoon. A 48-hour adolescent program is scheduled four to six times per year, and women’s weekends are held 10 times per year. Services include alcohol and drug education, traffic safety, and referral. Bilingual counselors and materials are also available for Spanish and Russian-speaking clients.
Extended Treatment Certified by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services (ODADAS), DIP provides prevention and assessment within a jail alternative setting for first-time DUI offenders in the state of Ohio. The program is designed to reduce the likelihood of repeated DUI behavior and runs every weekend, Thursday evening through Sunday afternoon. A 48-hour adolescent program is scheduled four to six times per year, and women’s weekends are held 10 times per year. Services include alcohol and drug education, traffic safety, and referral. Bilingual counselors and materials are also available for Spanish and Russian-speaking clients.
This jail-based, chemical dependency program provides substance abuse assessment, treatment, and reintegration for adult misdemeanant men sentenced by the Hamilton County Courts. Services include counseling, continuing care, criminality programming, employment readiness, and life skills development with specialty tracks for anger management, relapse prevention, assaultive behavior/domestic violence, criminality/behavior modification, and family issues.
This program assists men in their efforts to become the responsible, committed and nurturing fathers they want to be. Fatherhood Project helps dads strengthen their connection and involvement in the lives of their children by providing classes, coaching and fellowship support meetings. Click here to check out how other organizations are supporting the Fatherhood Program.
Inter-Agency School Crisis Team
The Inter-Agency School Crisis Team is trained to respond to crisis situations and have experience in dealing with children, adolescents and school staff. The team’s mission is to help schools respond effectively during times of crises. This service is provided through a collaboration between Talbert House, Centerpoint Health, Central Clinic, Red Cross, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. For immediate assistance, call 513-281-2273. (See Talbert House tips for helping children cope with crisis as a PDF)
Jail Intervention for Men
Jail Intervention for Men (JIM) is a program for incarcerated men with interpersonal violence or drug-related charges. Services offered include assessment, counseling for criminal thinking and behavior, anger management, alcohol and drug abuse education, relationships, life skills development and reentry planning.
Mental Health Court Day Reporting
This program provides treatment and reintegration as an alternative to incarceration for Hamilton County residents with a mental health diagnosis. The program is a collaboration between the Mental Health Court Team, Crossroads Center and Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health. Using a cognitive behavior approach, services include monitoring, daily reporting, case management, drug testing, risk/needs assessment and life skills training. Job search assistance, educational services and financial management services are available.
Parkway Center is a shelter that works with homeless men with substance abuse and mental health issues to provide emergency shelter and social services that help clients solve many of the problems that have left them with no place to call home.
Passages is a residential facility serving adolescent females ages 12-17 referred primarily by the Hamilton County Juvenile Court. The program uses gender-responsive techniques to provide assessment, treatment, and reintegration by offering intensive case management services and family counseling for the youth and each family member. The program uses positive, strength-based interventions utilizing a rewards system and cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques. Services are provided where needed, such as in the facility, at the youth’s home, and in the community.
For over 20 years, Pathways has served the community by providing assessment, treatment, and transition for adult female felons and misdemeanants in a residential setting followed by aftercare services. Gender-responsive services include community monitoring, cognitive-behavioral therapy, chemical dependency, and employment services.
Project PASS (Partnerships for Academic Success in Schools)
Project PASS is a mental health and substance abuse program providing assessment, prevention, education services, case management and an overall support program for school-aged children and their parents through a partnership with schools. It provides flexible, unique and cost-effective support services promoting healthy functioning in schools, home and the community. Staff members address the social, emotional, and behavioral health needs of students and families.
(See Talbert House Tips for Helping Children Cope with Crisis as a PDF)
Project STEPS (Solutions That Empower Parents and Students) is a youth and family centered program made up of three programs; Family Peer Support, Project WRAP, and Cincy After School. Family Peer Support offers support to families with school age children experiencing behavioral difficulties or need support managing services or resources for their child or family. This partnership is provided through Talbert House and Beech Acres. (For more information, see the Family Peer Support Program brochure, as a PDF). Project WRAP develops and implements plans for children and their families who have very complex needs by promoting healthy functioning in school, home and the community. Cincy After School provides a quality experience through academic achievement opportunities, anti-drug/anti-violence programs, and other recreational and educational activities at Shroder High School.
Recovery Halfway House
This residential substance abuse program provides assessment, employment and chemical dependency services, and reintegration for drug-dependent and homeless men.
Rewards Jail Intervention (RJI)
RJI is a residential, jail-based, chemical dependency program for adult women referred by the Hamilton County Courts. RJI uses gender-responsive techniques to provide assessment, treatment, and reintegration with programming that includes education and intensive discharge planning by addressing matters of chemical dependency, mental health, prostitution, and criminality.
Second Chance Reentry
Second Chance Reentry is a community corrections program that offers adult non-violent ex-offenders in Hamilton County a full array of reintegration services to help them successfully return to the community, including job training, case management, social support, and mentoring. This partnership is between Talbert House and Urban League of Greater Cincinnati, Transformation Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky, Allen Temple, Dress for Success, and Ohio Justice and Policy Center.
Section Road Center
Second Chance is a Department of Justice/Hamilton County collaborative with Talbert House acting as the lead agency. The program serves men and women returning to Hamilton County communities from local jails. Clients are enrolled into the program for a minimum of six months. Services include pre and post release assessment, service planning, cognitive behavioral groups and individual sessions, case management, and employment services.
Located in Butler County, Serenity Hall is a community corrections program that provides assessment, treatment, and reintegration for adult males in a residential setting. Services available include case management, chemical dependency treatment, criminality/behavior modification, restitution and child support, frequent and random drug testing, education, employment readiness, verified and monitored community employment, and a variety of supportive activities.
Spring Grove Center
Spring Grove Center is a community corrections program that provides assessment, treatment, and reintegration for adult males in a residential setting. Services available include case management, chemical dependency treatment, criminality/behavior modification, restitution and child support, frequent and random drug testing, education, employment readiness, verified and monitored community employment, and a variety of supportive activities.
Substance Abuse Prevention
This program targets the prevention of substance use and abuse among youth. The goals are to increase effective coping skills and to identify at-risk youth and link them to the appropriate treatment resources.
This chemical dependency community corrections program for Hamilton County provides assessment, treatment, and reintegration services in a residential setting for adult men convicted of a second or multiple DUI or alcohol and drug offenses. Services include orientation, assessment, educational sessions, individual, group and family counseling, a six-month Continuing Care Program, and other supportive activities.
Turtle Creek Center (TCC)
Located in Warren County, TCC provides assessment, treatment, and transitional services. Programming includes community monitoring, cognitive-behavioral groups, substance abuse treatment, employment services, as well as other specialized treatment services. Since 2003, TCC has served adult males in a residential halfway house setting serving 15 Southwestern Ohio counties.
Union Day School
Union Day School is an alternative school program for Butler County students who are experiencing serious emotional and behavorial challenges impacting academic success. The program provides three types of services: intensive school-based treatment, in-classroom support and outpatient clinic. This partnership is between Talbert House and Butler County Educational Service Center.
Residential and outpatient substance abuse and mental health services are provided to Veterans in the Talbert House service area. Additional programming includes the Fatherhood Project and transitional housing for homeless veterans. These services are tailored to ensure the success of veterans as they reintegrate back in to the community after their service to our country.
Warren Outpatient Services
Warren Outpatient Services offers accessible and affordable substance abuse treatment including assessment , group and individual counseling to adults and adolescents, so that they can regain control of their lives. The program also provides services for those who have been dually diagnosed with substance abuse and mental illness. Warren Outpatient serves adolescent and adult residents of Warren and Clinton counties. Click here to read more about Warren Outpatient Services.