Case Management

Behavioral Health

Our Philosophy

At Child Focus, we recognize the importance of identifying and treating mental health issues as early as possible and offering a wide range of services.  Mental disorders affect not only the children and adults who have them, but also individuals around them.  It is imperative that mental health issues are addressed in the context of a family partnership and all of Child Focus' behavioral health services require involvement of the primary caregiver.  The critical tasks of mental health services include promoting healthy relationships, improving behavioral and emotional functioning, thus drastically increasing the likelihood of success in life.


Our Accreditation

Child Focus’ mental health programs are certified by Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS) and accredited by the Commission for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).  Child Focus contracts with the Clermont County Mental Health & Recovery Board and Brown County Mental Health & Addiction Services Board.


Our Staff

Mental health disorders are complex and require care by a multidisciplinary treatment team that promotes high standards of care and best practice.  Our Child Focus Behavioral Health staff specialize in treating child, adolescent and adult mental health issues.  Our combined expertise utilizing a range of mental health professionals is used to deliver seamless, comprehensive care to the individual.  Learn more about our team by clicking the directory below.

Staff Directory

Community Programs
We strive to improve our community by providing quality services through collaboration and responsive programming.


Case Management

Qualified Mental Health Specialists (QMHS) offer many types of services for children and families throughout Clermont and Brown Counties. They provide services in the home, school and community, in order to assist families in the child’s natural environment.  They help families access community resources within and outside of the agency. QMHS also work with schools, Juvenile Court, Job and Family Services, and other community agencies to coordinate services and advocate for children and families. These services are provided through office visits, school visits, home visits, and/or phone calls.

Specialized Programs

Mental Health in Early Childhood

Child Focus has been providing Mental Health in Early Childhood services since the 1990’s and is considered a leader in the state in this area.  Classroom consultation provides early childhood teaching staff with tools necessary for working effectively with young children, focusing specifically on providing social-emotion supports in Head Start classrooms and child care classrooms in Clermont, Brown and Adams counties.  Specialists provide consultation to administrators, teachers, parents or other adults to recommend behavior modification strategies and to provide support or suggestions to better meet student needs.  Individual intervention/prevention services are offered for children who have been identified as being at risk for removal from the center due to severe behavioral difficulties. The Early Childhood Treatment team also offers diagnostic assessments, individual and family therapy, case management, psychological testing, and group therapy services.

Child Focus is also a recipient of the Ohio Mental Health & Addiction Services (OMHAS) Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Grant.  Through this grant, 2 consultants provide mental health consultation and professional development to early childhood programs in 16 counties in Southern Ohio.


children, adolescents and adults served by Behavioral Health


percentage of persons served reporting high satisfaction and improved symptoms and functioning


life-saving interventions provided by the Crisis Hotline 528-SAVE

Registration & Fees

Registration Packets

Child Registration Packet
Click here to download the CHILD registration packet. Please print out the forms and complete them. You can then return completed forms to the office during office hours or email completed forms to

Adult Registration Packet
Click here to download the ADULT registration packet. Please print out the forms and complete them. You can then return completed forms to the office during office hours or email completed forms to

Client Handbook
Click here to download the Client Handbook. The Client Handbook includes your rights and responsibilities, the notice of privacy practices, the grievance policy and procedures, service locations and hours, an explanation of services, and ethical standards. 

TeleHealth Consent
Click here to download the Telehealth Consent Form.  You can return the completed form to the office during office hours or email completed forms to


Child Focus is a private non-profit agency, funded by state and federal funds, insurance, Medicaid, fees based on a sliding fee scale, contract agencies, United Way and funds from the Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board, the Clermont County Mental Health levy, as well as the Brown County Mental Health and Recovery Board.

Step 1
Please call 513.752.1555 to speak with a Registration Specialist for questions or help completing the registration packet. Registration materials can be completed in the comfort of your home by downloading the registration packets. Alternately, you may come into the office to request a packet and complete it in the waiting room.

Step 2
When you bring in the registration packet or come in to the office to complete the packet, please bring the following documents:

  • Client's Social Security number
  • Parent's/Guardian’s Social Security number (if registering a child)
  • Proof of Insurance/Medicaid/Medicare
  • Proof of Income (wages, child support, disability, social security)
  • Custody Papers, if applicable
  • If you are scanning and emailing your registration, please scan and email the above items, along with the registration packet.

Step 3
You will have the opportunity to discuss services that best meet the needs of the client and express your preferences.

Step 4   
After completing and submitting your Registration Packet along with the other required information (see 2. above), you will be contacted to schedule an Intake Assessment. To provide a complete and thorough assessment, this appointment will take approximately 2 hours.


Flexible scheduling options for busy families include evening and weekend appointments at three convenient locations in Mt. Carmel, Mt. Orab and Norwood. In addition, services can be provided in your child's school, in your home, and in other community locations and on-call support is available 24 hours a day! 


Mt. Carmel


M-Th: 8am-9pm

F: 8am-4:30pm

Sat: 8am-4:30pm (by appointment)

4633 Aicholtz Road

Cincinnati, Ohio 45244

Phone: (513) 752-1555

Fax: (513) 753-2144


Mt. Orab


M-Th: 8am-8pm

F: 8am-4:30pm

710 N. High Street

Mt. Orab, Ohio 45154

Phone: (937) 444-1613

Fax: (937) 444-1605




M-Th: 10am-8:30pm


4411 Montgomery Road, Suite 201

Cincinnati, Ohio 45212

Phone: (513) 685-5040

Fax: (513) 685-5052