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Online Screenings
A checkup from your neck-up!

Mental health is a key part of your overall well-being. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health specialist. The University of Findlay Counseling Services joins Hancock County Alcohol Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board (ADAMHS) to provide easy access to anonymous online mental health screenings for concerns related to depression, bipolar illness, disordered eating, anxiety, trauma​​ and substance use.

This system provides a quick and simple way to self-screen with complete anonymity and confidentiality. This is often helpful for individuals to determine if counseling is an appropriate next step. This serves as a screening only and does not indicate a mental health diagnosis. Immediately following the brief questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations, and key resources. UF Counseling Services can review your results with you. If you'd like to schedule an appointment please complete this form.

Click here to enter the Online Screening Program.
Community Support
Domestic Violence
Open Arms Domestic Violence/Rape Crisis

Eating Disorder Support Group
For info on support groups and educational sessions, contact Toledo Center for Eating Disorders at 1-866-889-8290 or toledocenter.com.

Treatment Referrals for Eating Disorders
Emily Program (Cleveland)
Linder Center (Cincinnati)
Toledo Center for Eating Disorders (Toledo)
The Center for Balanced Living (Columbus)
To search for treatment centers across the United States visit Edreferral.com.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Support Group
For information on local support groups, please visit: namihancockcounty.org

Hancock Helps!
To access resources for mental health, substance use recovery, housing, food support, transportation needs, healthcare and more, visit: hancockhelps.org

12 Step meetings (AA, NA, Al-Anon)
Meetings designated as "open" are open to the public. Look for daily schedules in The Courier, Findlay Ohio AA, or call the AA hotline for Hancock & Wyandot Counties AA District 17 at 1-888-683-9768.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Options
Arrowhead Behavioral Health

LGBTQ+ Community Support
Spectrum of Findlay LGBTQ+

Helpful Links
Counseling Services Materials


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307 Frazer St, 

Findlay, OH 4584

Office: 419-434-4526 

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