Treatment Providers


BOLD:    Indicates agency has ability to serve people without insurance/income or with a limited income.
MHA:     Mental Health and Addiction Services
A:         Addiction Services
MH:      Mental Health Services


NameAddressPhoneWeb SiteCode
Public Health of Montgomery County CADAS
Center for Alcoholism & Drug Addiction Services
One Elizabeth Place, E 3rd Floor
Dayton,OH 45417
Access Hospital Dayton2611 Wayne Ave.
Dayton,OH 45420
 Crisis Care
Daybreak, Inc Teen Shelter605 S. Patterson Blvd.
Dayton, OH 45402
DayMont Behavioral Health Care, Inc.1520 Germantown Street
Dayton, Ohio 45417
Eastway Corporation600 Wayne Avenue
Dayton, Ohio 45410 MHA
Ellis Human Development Institute
Wright State School of Professional Psychology
9 Edwin C Moses Blvd
Dayton OH 45402
Family Service Association2211 Arbor Blvd.
Dayton,OH 45439
Friends of The Castle133 North Main Street
Centerville, Ohio 45459
Goodwill/Easter Seals of the Miami Valley1511 Kuntz Road
Dayton, Ohio 45404
Kettering Behavioral Medicine Center5350 Lamme Rd
Dayton, Ohio 45439

Life Essentials, Inc.
Guardianship and Peer Services
123 Riverside Drive, # 100
Dayton, Ohio 45405

Mahajan Therapeutics6300 N. Main Street Suite 4,
Dayton,OH 45415
937-275-1500 MH
Miami Valley HospitalEast Medical Plaza Bldg,
1st Floor Elizabeth Place
627 Edwin C Moses Blvd
Dayton, OH 45417
Miami Valley Housing Opportunities, Inc.PO Box 28308
Dayton, Ohio 45428
Montgomery County Board of
Developmental Disabilities
One Elizabeth Place,
Dayton, OH 45417
Nova Behavioral Health732 Beckman Street
Dayton, Ohio 45410
Places, Inc.11 West Monument Ave, 7th Floor, Dayton,OH 45402937-461-4300 
Project C.U.R.E., Inc.1800 N. James McGee Blvd
Dayton, Oino 45427
Project C.U.R.E. Prevention115 E. Third St., 4th Floor
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Women's Recovery Center, Inc.515 Martin Drive, Xenia, OH 45385937-562-2400www.recoverycentersinc.orgA
Samaritan Behavioral Health, Inc.601 Edwin C Moses Blvd, Dayton,OH 45417937-276-8333www.sbhihelp.orgMHA
Senior Resource Connection222 Salem Avenue
Dayton, Ohio 45406
Sinclair Community College
Office of Disability Services
444 W. Third Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
937-512-5113 MH
South Community Inc.3095 Kettering Blvd.
Dayton, Ohio 45439
Suicide Prevention Center, Inc.PO Box 1393
Dayton, Ohio 45401-1393
Urban Minority Alcoholism and
Drug Abuse Outreach Program of Dayton, Inc.
One Elizabeth Place, 4 West Pavillion, #400, Dayton,OH
Woman Line301 East Sixth Street, dayton,OH 45402937-223-3446 MH
Wright State University Consumer Advocacy Program/CAM6 South Patterson, Dayton,OH 45402937-222-2400MHA
Wright State University School of Professional Psychology/PECE-PACT Program9 N. Edwin C. Moses Blvd
Dayton, Ohio 45402



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