Richland County Mental Health and Recovery Services is here to ensure that you have access to the mental health and addiction resources you need to lead healthy and abundant lives. We are trauma-informed and recovery-oriented providing a system of care when you are in need of help and hope.
Click here for a printable 1-page version of our Contract and Affiliate agency providers.
If you are willing to make a change, our providers will walk with you into a better tomorrow for you and your loved ones. There’s healing and there’s hope.
We provide free evidence-based Addition & Mental health assessment through our contract agencies. These assessments are used to create your personalized treatment plan.
Providing you with straightforward information we will assist you in navigating the system. Our agencies honor a no wrong door approach ensuring you find the right fit.
All of the organizations we connect with abide by HIPAA Privacy laws so you can trust that your circumstances will be kept in confidence.
When you’re facing mental health, addiction, or trauma, making the decision to get help is an enormous first step. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed. What’s out there? What can you afford? Who can you trust? We are here to guide you to the resources to help you get to where you want to be. Download our Richland County Community Contacts 1-Pager for contact information.
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