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Health Association

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If you or someone you know has a mental illness and you don't know where to turn, please call us at (614) 221-1441.


Advocacy & Client Support

Audio-Visual Library

Current Legislation


Fact Sheets

Information & Referral

ParenTalk Newsletter

Programs & Conferences

Support Groups




Mental Health & Recovery Services Directory
The Mental Health & Recovery Services Directory, published in October of 2004, provides a listing of not-for-profit organizations in Franklin County that provide mental health and drug and alcohol services. We publish the Directory every two years. It is distributed throughout the community and is also available to anyone in Franklin County. Our members receive a free copy upon request. Others in Franklin County can arrange to pick up single or multiple copies for a nominal contribution. Call (614) 221-1441.

Our online directory allows you to search for organizations providing mental health and alcohol/drug services by keyword, agency name and services offered. You can also view an alphabetical listing of all organizations found in the printed directory. This searchable online version provides the most recent information on mental health and alcohol/drug services available in Franklin County. Updates are made to the database as they are received so the information found will be current. Click here to search the online directory.

Click here for the PDF version (requires the FREE Acrobat Reader, available here).

Audio-Visual Library
Our Directory of Videos and Programs lists over 100 titles on mental health and wellness topics for adults and children, for use in schools (elementary through high school) and by the general public. For more information and a listing of our videos, click here.
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ParenTalk Newsletter
ParenTalk is a series of 20 parenting newsletters providing educational information for new parents. It contains reliable, up-to-date information written for a culturally diverse audience. As the child grows, newsletters are sent to match their age for five years. Click here for more information.
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Advocate Newsletter
The MHAFC publishes a free, quarterly newsletter. To view the latest edition, click here.
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In Touch Newsletter
For free information on coping with a family member with a mental illness, click here.
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Annual Report
To review our most recent Annual Report, click here.

Brochures/Fact Sheets
We can provide literature on a wide variety of mental health and mental illness topics listed below. If you are interested in receiving these, click here or call us at (614) 221-1441. Brochure topics available:

Anxiety Disorders

  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Panic Disorder/Panic Attacks
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Social Phobia

Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)


  • African Americans
  • General
  • Older Adults
  • Women
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)



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Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)Autism
Anxiety Disorders
Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)
Effect of Terrorism and War on Children

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Nurturing Your Child's Mental Health


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